Charlie Musselwhite & Elvin Bishop
SFJAZZ DIALOGUES (For Members) • 18m
Ahead of the September 16th Fridays Live broadcast featuring Elvin Bishop & Charlie Musselwhite, the two blues legends join SFJAZZ Founder Randall Kline for a conversation about how they met and developed their collaboration, tracing their early days in search of the blues, to migrating to Chicago, and eventually connecting in the Bay Area. The conversation was featured in the September 2022 Edition of the SFJAZZ Magazine. Watch, Listen and read more from SFJAZZ Magazine at sfjazz.org/onthecorner
Free to SFJAZZ At Home Members. A sit down with the artists featured on Fridays Live, sharing stories and insights behind the music.
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