Elvin Bishop and Charlie Musselwhite to perform in Park City

Elvin Bishop is a legendary guitarist…impeccable and spirited…a distinguished American player.
Charlie Musselwhite, with unabashed excellence, sets the standard for blues harmonica.”–Rolling Stone

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame guitarist Elvin Bishop and Grammy-winning harmonica master Charlie Musselwhite will perform as part of the Park City Song Summit at The Cabin in Park City on Friday, September 10, 2021.The duo’s award-winning Alligator Records release, 100 Years Of Blues , is front-porch, down-home music with Bishop and Musselwhite trading licks and vocals on 12 rootsy, spirited songs, mixing nine originals with three reimagined classics. The two history-making musicians – both Blues Hall Of Famers – are blues legends with over 100 years of professional musicianship between them. They are among the most famous bluesmen in the world. Although they’ve known each other since the early 1960s and recorded as guests with John Lee Hooker (and other friends), this is the first time that they ever teamed up to make a full record. According to Musselwhite, “This is us sitting down to play the music that we love and resonating together effortlessly because we’re ‘coming from the same place’…on many levels.” Concert information is as follows:

Date: Friday, September 10, 2021

Event: Park City Song Summit

Venue: The Cabin

Address: 427 Main St.

City: Park City, UT

Showtime: 8:15pm

Ticket price: $55

Website: www.parkcitysongsummit.com

*See website for complete event line-up and detailed ticket information

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