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THE BLUES IS ALIVE AND WELL ON LI

LIBS Packs the Warehouse For Final Show Before Memphis

AMITYVILLE -- Hundreds of blues fans packed the Warehouse in Amityville Sunday to watch a star-studded lineup send Long Island's Blues Challenge winners off to Memphis to represent the region in the International Blues Challenge on the world-famous Beale Street.

Long Island Band winner  the Pameal Betti Band was joined by Blue Roots, the Affordables, the Kerry Kearney Band the Stanton Anderson Band in a show that drew more than 250 blues fans for an afternoon of live music. 

The lineup did not disappoint. The crowd was rockin' and boppin' all day, enjoying the blues, the food, the drinks and the company of fellow blues fans.

Next up for the Pamela Betti Band and solo/duo winner Felix Slim is a trek to Memphis beginning Jan. 28 to be part of the competition that draws musicians from across the globe.



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The Warehouse is packed for the final Long Island show before the Internationl Blues Challenge

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Check Out Newsday'S Coverage of Sunday's Show

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Come out to the Warehouse Sunday for a real good time! Details below

READY FOR MEMPHIS

Pamela Betti and Felix Slim layin' down some blues at Bobbique during the LIBS fundraiser. Help us send our winners to memphis by licking here for the Pamela Betti Blues Band or here for Felix Slim. Or live large and help both!

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