Monday, July 28, 2014
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World Cafe Live Goes South

I've got a story on the World Cafe Live's new outpost at the Queen Theatre in Wilmington, Delaware in the Sunday Inquirer. That's here. I did a walk around with WCL founder Hal Real last Wednesday, and it's an impressive space, a little bit bigger and a whole lot more dramatic than the always busy Walnut Street original where, by the way, Ben Vaughn was sharp as a tack last Friday night. Michael S. Wirtz's video from the WCL at the Queen, complete with a soupcon of slide guitar mastery from Louisiana slinger Sonny Landreth, who played a free at noon on Friday and is back at the Market Street venue tonight, is below.

World Cafe Live Goes South

I've got a story on the World Cafe Live's new outpost at the Queen Theatre in Wilmington, Delaware in the Sunday Inquirer. That's here. I did a walk around with WCL founder Hal Real last Wednesday, and it's an impressive  space, a little bit bigger and a whole lot more dramatic than the always busy Walnut Street original where, by the way, Ben Vaughn was sharp as a tack last Friday night. Michael S. Wirtz's video from the WCL at the Queen, complete with  a soupcon of slide guitar mastery from Louisiana slinger Sonny Landreth, who played a free at noon on Friday and is back at the Market Street venue tonight, is below.

Previously: Ben Vaughn at World Cafe Live

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