GIRLS NIGHT OUT! A SHOWCASE OF PHOENIX BLUES BELTIN' WOMEN

GIRLS NIGHT OUT! A SHOWCASE OF PHOENIX BLUES BELTIN' WOMEN

BETTY JO & THE BLUESHOUNDS, GYPSY! WILD AT HARP, NINA CURRI, ELIZABETH GREENE, MANSARAY BLUE-PONY, CHERRY RED, ROCHELLE RAYA, LILA SHERMAN, GAIL PHOENIX, SHANNON TROTTER

Fri, July 14, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$8.00

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

GYPSY! WILD AT HARP
GYPSY! WILD AT HARP
Music has always been an influence in Gypsy's life. As a child she would attend at least three or more church services, just to hear them sing. She also loves to dance, once given a harmonica as a birthday gift, it all seem to fit.

She has had the opportunity to listen to some of the world’s greatest blues harmonica players. Many of them have been her mentors. Feature artist include, Bullet Bill Tarsha, Bob Corritore, Charlie Musselwhite, Rick Estrin, Lazy Lester, Mark Harman, Billy Boy Arnold, Johnny Dyer, Rob Piazza, Jr Wells, and many others.

She has been playing for about twenty five years, and been in several blues bands, from LA, Las Vegas, to Phoenix. Wild hair and high energy have become her trade mark.

Along with the cosmic talents of Mr. TJ (Tom Jennings) on guitar, New Orleans, Louisiana born Col.Dave DuPont on keys, Don Kolb from Albany, NY on bass, Anthony from Chicago on drums, it all makes for a fine mix.
NINA CURRI
NINA CURRI
Nina Curri is an outstanding singer/songwriter based in Tempe, Arizona. Her musical styles and influences include roots blues, folk, jazz, pop, country and bluesiana. Her music is introspective and real while performing variety covers, traditional roots blues and originally composed material. She is engaging and entertaining while captivating her audience for hours.

Nina has performed in local venues in and outside of Phoenix including Showcases at The Musical Instrument Museum in Scottsdale, AZ; The Desert Botanical Gardens concert series; The Rhythm Room in Phoenix; Tempe Center for the Arts "In The Spotlight" hosted by Walt Richardson; local Phoenix blues festivals; The Southwest Cajun Festival in Chandler; Annual St. Mary's Food Bank Benefit shows featuring Francine Reed & Friends; various local resorts, restaurants and wine bars. She has even performed a showcase at the legendary The Bitter End in NYC where many famed singer/songwriters got their start. She has had the opportunity of opening shows and sharing the bill with legendary artists like Francine Reed, Walt Richardson, Chico Chism, Hans Olson, Ian Moore, Jesse Colter, Delbert McClinton and more!

You may purchase her cd “Back In the Desert” at a live show. Please visit her website for monthly performances and happenings! www.NinaCurri.com
Venue Information:
The Rhythm Room
1019 E. Indian School Road
Phoenix, AZ, 85014
http://www.rhythmroom.com/