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REVEREND RAVEN

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19 10:00 AM
AT ST. NORBERT COLLEGE - SNC DAY
IN DE PERE

Bringing crowds to their feet at the hardest to please and sophisticated night clubs in the Midwest, Reverend Raven and the Chain Smoking Altar Boys play traditional blues, straight up with a big dose of passion. With smoking grooves, served up with hot harmonica and smooth stinging guitar they play original songs peppered with nods to Slim Harpo, Little Walter, Jimmy Rogers, Billy Boy Arnold, Junior Wells and the three Kings.

Born and raised on the south side of Chicago, the Reverend has been playing the blues since 1971 when he first saw Freddie King play at the Kinetic Theatre in Chicago. After a 15-year hitch in the Navy, he moved to Milwaukee where he began a long friendship and collaboration with Madison Slim, long time harmonica player for Jimmy Rogers.

Since 2015, the band has featured Westside Andy on harmonica. Andy is one of the premier harp players to come out of Wisconsin along with Jim Liban, Steve Cohen, Madison Slim, Matthew Skoller and Cadillac Pete Rahn. Hohner lists him as an endorser alongside Rod Piazza, Toots Thielemans, and Corky Siegel, among many other greats.

Song List

ANOTHER MULE AUTOMATIC WOMAN BAD LITTLE GIRLS BACKSCRATCHER BEE HIVE BABY BIG BEE BIG WALTER'S SHUFFLE BLOOD SHOT EYES BRICKS IN MY PILLOW BROKE & HUNGRY BROTHER'S ADVICE BYE BYE BABY CALL ME THE REV CHECKIN UP ON MY BABE CHICKEN HEADS COME BACK BABY CREATURE OF HABIT DON'T THROW YOUR LOVE HALF AS OLD HANDYMAN HIDDEN CHARMS HIP SHAKIN MAMA HOO DOO PARTY HEY BABY I'M YOUR HONEY BOY IN THE OPEN JUST COUNT THE DAYS JUST YOUR FOOL LET ME LOVE YOU LIKE WOLF LOOKING FOR LOVE LOUISE LOVIN YOU IS A HARD AND THANKLESS JOB LOST WITHOUT YOU MAILBOX BLUES ONCE THE WOMEN OVERALL JUNCTION POISON YOUR MUTT PRAYIN FOR A PRINCESS RED HOT MAMA SHAKE YOUR BOOGIE SHE'S DANGEROUS SIDE TRACKED/SAME OLD SLOW BURN SMOKIN STRANGE THINGS SUGAR MAMA TOO TIRED TOO MANY DIRTY DISHES WHOSE BEEN TALKIN YOU'RE THE ONE