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      September 1, 2012

      Saturday   9:00 PM

      275 Parkway Dr
      Lincolnshire, Illinois 60069

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      Duke Robillard

      2012 Blues Music Award Nominee - Gibson Guitar Award - an honor he has won previously 4 times.

      2011 Blues Music Award Nominee:
      ♦ Traditional Blues Album of the Year for Passport to the Blues
      ♦ Best Instrumentalist - Guitar

      2011 B. B. King International Artist of the Year Award Nominee in The Toronto Blues Society's 15th Maple Blues Awards program. Duke won this award three years in a row (2001-2003) and this also marks Duke's seventh nomination

      2010 GRAMMY Nomineee for Best Traditional Blues Album for Stomp! The Blues Tonight (2nd nomination in 3 years in this category)

      2010 Blues Music Awards Winner for Traditional Blues Male Artist of the Year. Also nominated in 2010 for Album of the Year, Band of the Year, and Best Instrumentalist - Guitar.

      Four-time Best Blues Guitarist Winner at the Blues Music Awards

      The Chicago-Sun Times says of Passport to the Blues (2010): "If the theory holds that a musician who's having fun conveys that same giddy feeling to his listeners, then "Passport [To The Blues]" should be a certified joy-bringer."

      Collaborations playing with and/or producing: Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Maria Muldaur, Dr. John, John Hammond; plus sorely-missed legends such as Jay McShann, Ruth Brown, Jimmy Witherspoon, Rosco Gordon and Long John Baldry. Duke also produced Joe Louis Walker's "Between a Rock and The Blues" which won Album of the Year at the 2010 Blues Music Awards.

      Featured on Mountain Stage (NPR) in July 2009 and frequently spotlighted on House of Blues Radio Hour, most recently having Passport to the Blues chosen as Blues CD of the Month for September 2010

      2004 Keeping The Blues Alive Award for Best Producer presented by The Blues Music Foundation

      The legendary B.B. King says of him: "Duke's one of the great players."

      "a soloist of stunning force and originality" - The New York Times

      Founder and 12-year member of Roomful of Blues, which accompanied Big Joe Turner and Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson and many more on record and in live appearances. After leaving the group, Duke played briefly with rockabilly king Robert Gordon, then replaced Jimmie Vaughan in the Fabulous Thunderbirds.

      Cost: Payment required - 15.00

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