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Corky Siegel and Randy Sabien


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4/25 Update: Per the artist’s request we will be requiring all attendees to provide proof of a doctor-approved negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours OR full COVID-19 vaccination for entry. Masks will also be required. See below for a quote from Corky regarding this update.
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Corky Siegel is known internationally as one of the world’s great blues harmonica players, blues pianist, singer-songwriter, and the sole pioneer/composer of award-winning revolutionary works that weave blues and classical forms together. Co-founder of the SIEGEL-SCHWALL BAND, and Blues Hall of Fame Inductee, Siegel has a catalogue of recordings on RCA, Vanguard, Alligator, and million-selling blues/classical recordings on the iconic classical label Deutsche Grammophon. His close associations with the blues masters in the earlier days of Chicago blues, his essential part in the blues-rock revolution, and his surprising success in bringing together blues and classical audiences make him a pivotal (though stealth) figure in modern music history.

Randy Sabien is a bluesy, rockin’, swingin’, funky, jazz violinist. With an intensely rhythmic, vibrant, and inventive style, he has captivated audiences worldwide, playing with scores of bands and musicians of all stripes. “Listen closely to Sabien’s great cascades of notes, and you will hear the grand arpeggios, broken octaves, double-stops, trills, and tremolos that have marked classical violin playing since the solo work of J.S. Bach. But that’s just the starting point for Sabien’s art which bristles with the spirit of bona fide jazz improvisation. Rather than simply embellishing a tune, he reconceives it, building and developing intriguing new musical motifs along the way.”-Howard Reich, CHICAGO TRIBUNE.

“Dear Cousins,

After two years we are certainly finished with this damnpandic.  Apparently, it’s not finished with us.  What has changed is that we have learned the best ways to mitigate risks.  My cellist said it best; When it comes to each other’s health and safety, the sanctity of life, little things like masks, testing, vaccinations, distancing, should not be a big deal at all.
Thank you for your understanding and I look forward to seeing your smiling and laughing … … eyes.  :-)”
– Cousin Corky

This event is supported in part by grants from the Alfred Peck Fund, the Oshkosh Area Community Foundation, and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Event Information

Doors and bar open at 6:45 p.m.