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Burton Cummings

Few artists have achieved the level of public success and critical acclaim that Burton Cummings enjoys in a career spanning more than sixty years.

 

Burton’s voice has been rated among the finest in rock music.   As lead singer and songwriter with the original The Guess Who, Burton recorded and wrote/co-wrote hits such as “These Eyes,” “Laughing,” “No Time,” “American Woman,” “Share the Land,” “Hand Me Down World,” “Albert Flasher”, “Star Baby”, “Clap for The Wolfman,” and “No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature”. As a solo artist, he leaves his mark with the poignant “Stand Tall,” “I’m Scared,” “You Saved My Soul,” and his signature “My Own Way to Rock”.

 

With the original The Guess Who, he earned recognition for the first U.S. platinum album by a Canadian artist and, as a solo artist, the first quadruple platinum Canadian-produced album. Burton is honored to have received, in total, 80 platinum and gold record awards. Recently, the best-selling book The 100 Top Canadian Singles ranked “American Woman” the greatest Canadian single of all time.

 

As the voice of the classic Guess Who’s hits before the band broke up in 1975, to then go on and make his mark as a solo artist, Burton Cummings remains at the top of his game as an unrivaled singer, songwriter, showman, and recording artist.  Described as Canadian rock ‘n’ roll royalty, a national treasure, and a living legend, for Burton Cummings there has always been one constant: he remains true to himself and his own way to rock…and continuing to perform the songs the way they were originally conceived by the artist who sang and wrote/co-wrote them.

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Dumpstaphunk

Dumpstaphunk stands out amongst New Orleans' best, cementing themselves as one of the funkiest bands to ever arise from the Crescent City.

Born on the Jazz & Heritage Festival stage and descended from Neville and Meters family bloodlines, these soldiers of funk ignite a deep, gritty groove that dares listeners not to move.

Their performances combine ingenious musicianship through complex funk, rock, and jazz arrangements accompanied by soulful melodies and Big Easy traditions.

The Blind Boys of Alabama

The Blind Boys of Alabama are recognized worldwide as living legends of gospel music. Celebrated by The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) with Lifetime Achievement Awards, inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, and winners of five Grammy® Awards, they have attained the highest levels of achievement in a career that spans over 70 years. The Blind Boys are known for crossing multiple musical boundaries with their remarkable interpretations of everything from traditional gospel favorites to contemporary spiritual material by songwriters such as Eric Clapton, Prince and Tom Waits. They have appeared on recordings with many artists, including Lou Reed, Peter Gabriel, Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson, Aaron Neville, Susan Tedeschi, Ben Harper, Patty Griffin and Taj Mahal. The Blind Boys of Alabama have also appeared on The Tonight Show, Late Night, The Grammy® Awards, 60 Minutes, The Colbert Report and many other television shows.

Toadstool Jamboree

Toadstool Jamboree was the house band for sweaty bars, outdoor festivals, mountain bike races, homecoming dances and proms, and lots of other good timey events from 1994-2003. Their mix of catchy and danceable originals combined with beloved covers from the Grateful Dead, Sublime, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley, and others made a Toadstool set the perfect soundtrack to most any Black Hills party. There have been a handful of reunion shows but last summer’s constantly morphing mini-tour, the first full reunion in over 13 years, culminated in three incredibly memorable and jam-packed shows in August in Rapid City, Spearfish and Deadwood.

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