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Son Seals to perform in Nebraska Union ballroom Sunday night.
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gets the blues Sunday
By Meg Greene
The old and new sound of blues will
be featured side by side Sunday night
when Muddy Waters and the Son Seals
Blues F3and perform in the Nebraska
Union ball room.
The legendary Waters was born in
1915 in Mississippi. He began playing
the harmonica and guitar, drawing his
influence from Southern delta blues
men. The early '50s found Waters in
Chicago, where the bluesmen Otis
Spann and Willy Dixon, among others,
the amplified Chicago blues sound was
quickly developing. Waters rapidly
became one of the most influential and
powerful performers of the Chicago
Many of today's rock musicians have
drawn their influence from Muddy
Waters, including Bob Dylari and the
late Jirni Hendrix. Water's impact as a
musician and performer only now is
Son Sea's is of the new generation of
black blues musicians. The son of
musician Jim Seals, who playe"! with the
Rabbit Foot Minstrels, Seals was
exposed to blues at an early age. At
thirteen, Seals was drumming behind
traveling bluesmen who played at his
father's nightclub. At eighteen, the
guitar replaced his drums. Seals formed
his own band and moved to Chicago,
where he makes his home now.
Seals writes most of his material, but
only has recorded twice in his musical
career. His most current album is "The
Son Seals Blues Band."
Seals and his band's biting, scuttling
blues sound will kick off the concert at
7:30 pm. Tfckets are $2 in advance and
$2.50 at the door.
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