Lonesome Blues

Lonesome Blues

Off-Broadway
Musical
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SYNOPSIS: Lonesome Blues is the true story of the legendary bluesman Blind Lemon Jefferson: born blind, but ultimately able to express his deepest emotions through music. Discovered on a street corner in the Deep Ellum section of Dallas, Texas in 1925, Jefferson made more than 80 records over the next four years, becoming one the most prolific and influential performers of his generation and propelling the growth of rhythm and blues, soul, doo-wop, rap, and hip-hop.

Directed by Katherine Owens

Starring Akin Babatundé with David Weiss on guitar

Show Times: Tuesday @7pm, Wednesday @7pm, Thursday @2:30pm and 7pm, Friday @8pm, Saturday @2:30pm and 8pm, Sunday @2:30pm

Tickets from $67.50

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