Special Musical Guests to Join Blue Lunch for Its 12th Annual Holiday Latke Party

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COURTESY OF BLUE LUNCH
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Once again, the local jazz/blues act Blue Lunch will host its annual Holiday Latke Party on Christmas night (that's right, Dec. 25) at the Beachland Tavern. This will be the 12th annual Holiday Latke Party, and soul/blues singer-guitarist Billy Seward, a national artist who's released two critically acclaimed CDs, will come up from Florida to join the band for the show.

Soul singer Billy Price will also join the band. He just performed at the Lucerne Switzerland Blues Fest, and his 2015 release with the late soul legend Otis Clay received the Best Soul Blues Album award at the Blues Music Awards in Memphis. The Holiday Latke Party concert will mark the first time he’s performed with Blue Lunch.



DJ Pete London will spin classic soul and blues before and after Blue Lunch performs.

The show starts at 7:30, and tickets cost $15 in advance, $18 at the door.



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