Doc Lewis

The Place to Be

by admin October 28, 2009

The blues didn’t evolve in the rarefied atmosphere of festival stages and concert halls. The music was played on grocery store porches, at family hog slaughters, and inside neighborhood drinkhouses. It was local, and it was personal. That’s why the place to be Sunday night was a New Orleans bar aptly called The Place to […]

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