MANDEVILLE DEBUT CD RELEASE PARTY - 'CLARKSDALE' ON BLUE KITTY MUSIC AT BUDDY
GUYS LEGENDS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25TH - 9:00 PM
Winning Songwriter/ Singer/Guitarist, longtime fixture on the World Blues Stage,
and Red Hot Mama, Liz
Mandeville and her smokin’ Blue
What: With her
first new CD in 4 years, Clarksdale,
climbing the charts, Liz is back on tour with a fresh look and sound to get the
house rockin! Downbeat Magazine said: "Pride of place for the most impressive
blues album released so far this decade goes to Clarksdale." Frank-John
When: World tour coming from Chicago straight to YOU!
CD release Party August 25th at Buddy Guys’ Chicago.
Playing music from all 5 of her critically acclaimed CD’s…and lots more music!
Buddy Guys Legends @ 9:00 pm, 700 S. Wabash, Chicago, IL www.buddyguy.com
What: Liz’s new
release dropped in May 2012, She’s already smoked the Chicago Blues Fest,
Mississippi Valley Blues Fest, Portage Music Fest, Alpena Blues Fest and won the
2012 Windy City Blues Society Challenge which brought her to Memphis for the
International Blues Challenge in Memphis. In Helena, Arkansas Liz was a guest on
Sonny Payne's, King Biscuit Hour where the oldest Blues DJ gave her accolades
for some of the best new Blues music including his favorite; Riverside Hotel a
tribute to the Legends in Blues including; Bessie Smith, Muddy Waters, Howlin'
Wolf all who stayed in the hotel. (Bessie Smith died there). Riverside Hotel is
in Clarksdale and Liz was inspired by the landscape of the Crossroads and the
history of the Delta.
Hence, 'Clarksdale' was born and being
raised on her new Chicago Blues Label, Blue Kitty
Liz’s office, Supernatural Productions Inc. 773-271-5265 or email email@example.com For interview
opportunities please contact, Lynn Orman, 847-452-6469.
For More Liz info:
“the spotlight really needs to
focus on Mandeville, who comes up big on this disc. The songs are uniformly
fine, her guitar work (plugged and unplugged) is first-rate, and vocally, she’s
never sounded better.” –Blues Bytes,
“Mandeville, a skilled guitarist, evokes the spirit of
red-hot mamas like Katie Webster in the double entendre-loaded “Sweet Potato
Blues” addresses social issues with Mandeville’s punchy solo acoustic guitar for
Rick Allen, Vintage Guitar Oct. 2012
continues to be the real deal throughout, dig in, dig it.”
-- CHRIS SPECTOR,
Editor and Publisher , 2012 Midwest Record