THE BLUES HALL OF FAME celebrates those most significant artists who have forged and advanced Blues history. Since its inception in 1980, The Blues Foundation has inducted members for their historical contribution, impact and overall influence on the Blues. This package tour features a rare opportunity to see three living Blues legends and Hall of Fame inductees together on one stage! Anchored by Charlie Musselwhite and his band (2010 inductee), the show also features individual and collaborative performances from James Cotton (2006 inductee) and John Hammond (2011 inductee).

With 27 Blues Music Awards to his credit and 8 Grammy nominations, harmonica virtuoso Charlie Musselwhite has truly earned legendary status as one of Blues music's most important artists. He recently teamed up with Ben Harper on the new studio album Get Up! which follows collaborations over the years with musical legends including John Lee Hooker, Tom Waits, Bonnie Raitt and many more. Charlie also
continues to add to his wins by being voted the Most Outstanding Musician (Harmonica) in the 2013 Living Blues Awards for the 5th time.

Grammy Award-winning Blues legend and harmonica master, James Cotton has recorded almost thirty solo albums throughout his career - his latest CD Cotton Mouth Man (2013) features guests Gregg Allman, Joe Bonamassa, Ruthie Foster, Warren Haynes, Delbert McClinton and Keb Mo. The album has garnered rave reviews from major media outlets with features in Rolling Stone, The Wall Street Journal and the Chicago Tribune in addition to a Living Blues Magazine 10-page cover story. Cotton has performed and collaborated with Blues giants from early mentor Sonny Boy Williamson to Howlin' Wolf, B.B. King, Freddie King and many more. He was also a fixture in Muddy Waters' band for over a decade.

The legendary John Hammond has won the Blues Music Award for Acoustic Artist of the Year a record six times He is generally regarded as one of the world's most important acoustic Blues musicians and Blues Revue named his Wicked Grin album one of the top 25 albums of the decade. Inaddition to his Blues Foundation Blues Hall of Fame honor, John has shared the stage and/or recorded with many of the greatest legends of the Blues including Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, John Lee Hooker and Howlin'Wolf.

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