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FREE GUITAR CLINIC with Sam Eakins, Saturday May 25, 2013, at 5pm

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SAM EAKINS (of Rob Cassels Band) offers a free guitar clinic on May 25, at The EAT Center, 25 Woods Lake Rd, Suite 401, Greenville, SC 29607
The EAT Center houses lessons for bass, drums, piano, guitar, voice, choirs, praise teams, ministers of music, sound and recording. The EAT Center will also house EAT University, which will include music clinics and courses taught by degreed instructors, professional instructors, national recording artists, pastors and music ministers with years of experience.

Learn more about The EAT Center

It’s CLEMSON BLUES FESTIVAL time! The Rob Cassels Band performs Saturday, April 20. Come see us.

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SATURDAY, APRIL 20 MAIN EVENT: PATRICK SQUARE WITH BANDS, FOOD, DRINK AND ENTERTAINMENT. Event begins at 11:00 am and runs until 7:00 pm.

rob-cassels-band-stackThe Blues Doctors w/Adam Gussow, Robbie Ducey Band, Rob Cassels Band, Cold Bluesion, True Blues, Ceasar, MILL BILLY BLUES w/Freddie Vanderford, Snopes Family Band and The Tony Tidwell Band. We are in negotiations with several other talents to be announced soon. The cost is $10.00 per car, truck or motorcycle load, so load-up those vehicles and bring them to the Festival. The proceeds will help support our charitable component the Clemson Sertoma Club and for start-up of the 2014 Festival.

There will be tables and seating for about 400 under a large tent. We encourage everyone to consider bringing folding chairs and/or blankets to sit on to enjoy the music.

NO COOLERS PLEASE ! FULL INFORMATION AT clemsonbluesfest.com

The inspiration for the Clemson Blues Festival comes from Littlejohn’s Grill, an African American nightclub that once brought LIVE music to Clemson. Located along a music corridor known as the chitlin’ circuit, the Grill hosted scores of major Blues, R&B and Jazz musicians.

A book, “THE LITTLEJOHN’S GRILL STORY: Blues, Jazz and Rock ‘n’ Roll in Clemson, SC” tells the story of Clemson’s blues heritage, chronicling the more than 100 major performers to visit Clemson between 1945 and 1968. The book has many interesting stories about Clemson with a series of photographs of performers. Learn more about the book.

Last year’s Clemson Blues Festival was a great event attended by 1000′s of blues fans. They got all they wanted as Chick, Mac, Frankie, Paula, Sarah Mac, Robbie Ducey and Clemson’s own Hoodoo Hounds scorched us with some great sounds. On Sunday afternoon gospel choirs and bands showed us the roots of the Blues with their inspirational performances.