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the Lady Bianca Show!!!

Sound Room, Broadway, oakland, ca

Come on out and have a good time at the Sound Room for the new year yeah!!!!!!!

at the door


Christmas show

A Very Merry soulful christmas, 424 Monte Vista, Oakland, CA

Going to have a merry merry soulful concert with Chris Caine, Lady Bianca, Tony, Rhonda Benin, Terrie Odabi and Alvon Johnson.  its gonna be Merry honey


Legendary Blues Cruise

Legendary Blues Cruise, Eastern Caribbean, VI

with Taj Mahal, Ken Mo, Tommy Castro, Mitch Woods and Lady Bianca in the Piano Bar


Pleasanton Red and White Blues Stage

Pleasnton Fair Blues Stage, Pleasonton, California


San Jose Blues Festival

San Jose Fountain Blues Festival, In the Park, San Jose, Ca

Charlie Musselwhite Headliner and Elvin Bishop


Lady Bianca solo

the Hive, 2355 broadway, oakland, ca

Doing s solo thang at the  Hive in Oakland ca starting at 12 in the afternoon


Hella Piano playing with Wendy DeWitt

Soper Reese Theater, 275 s.main st, Lakeport, Ca


Valentine night with Lady Bianca

Fenix Supper Club, 919 fourth st, San Rafael, Ca

A night of romance with dinner with your special one and live music



2018-12-21 - Backroom


The Be Glad Birthday Bash

Geffries inner circle, Oakland, Ca

Other sites with Lady Bianca

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  Art Busse | Sunday night at the Sausalito Cruising Club was one of those nights where, with no preamble and even less fanfare, I fell into a scene that could have topped my bucket list, if only I'd thought to put it there. A funky, listing, run-a-ground ferry that was once home to the likes of Alan Watts and Gordon Onslow Ford, with a bar, a small dance floor and a little stage. Between them, the folks on that stage had played with, sung with, and/or arranged for James Brown, Van Morrison, Steve Miller, Frank Zappa, Sly Stone, Taj Mahal, Pat Benetar, and more. It was more of a jam session than a performance, with people sitting in and standing out throughout the night. Pee Wee Ellis on sax and Lady Bianca on vocals were the stand-outs, but everybody was outstanding. This was the Blues, the way the Blues wants to be - informal, impromptu, with its shirttails out, and it's ass on the bar. One song would make you get up and move and the next would make you want to lay down and die. There were riffs like one-way tickets to places you didn't want to come back from. It was real. It was personal. It was fun. I was lucky to have caught it. Thanks to my home-boy from Chicago, Chuck, for getting me there. Facebook © 2016”

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