city blues

city blues

n
(Jazz) (functioning as singular) jazz another name for urban blues
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The City Blues finished ten points ahead of their visitors in the A-League last season, when they lost just four of their 15 home league games, and their wins in this competition have been convincing.
This event in the Black box is presented by the Belfast City Blues Festival.
They are due to perform at 2pm in a line-up which also includes city blues singer Connie Lush and DJ Dave Monks.
Plus live music from the Inner City Blues Band at 1pm.
Purchases of art during the exhibit will benefit two local music organizations: Kansas City Blues Society and KC Jazz ALIVE.
e resulting album, Big City Blues, scored the band a number one hit on the British Blues charts upon its release in August 2013.
KILL CITY BLUES provides a fine new Sandman Slim novel in which James Stark (Sandman Slim) has escaped Hell, renounced his title as the new Lucifer, and come back to L.A.
THE MANCHESTER giants suffered Second City blues yesterday.
Jimmy & the Sleepers and Robbie Antone's Blues Machine both represented different Canadian city Blues Associations as entries into the International Memphis Blues Challenge.
Standout tracks include versions of Bob Dylan's Seven Days, Jimmy Cliff's Too Many Rivers To Cross and Marvin Gaye's Inner City Blues.
"Castro navigates seriously funky Southern soul, gritty big city blues and scorching rock," writes the San Francisco Chronicle, one of his hometown papers.