Pre-show: Misty Blues Duo
in The Garage at 6pm
Incredible bluesman Albert Cummings, who picked up where Stevie Ray Vaughan left off, makes a rare appearance in his home Berkshires—fresh off his new PBS concert special, Live At The ’62 Center. Albert has performed with B.B. King, Johnny Winter and Buddy Guy. B.B. King dubbed Cummings, “a great guitarist.” His debut solo recording in 2003 featured bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Layton from Stevie Ray Vaughan’s band Double Trouble and things took off from there. Albert has toured worldwide for over a decade and his high energy, soulful brand of blues has gained him a large and loyal audience around the globe.
“The blues is best served up live with an enthusiastic audience and a killin’ band and that’s exactly what Albert Cummings does.”–Guitar Edge Magazine
Run Time: 2 hours