APPLEGATE COUNTRY CLUB

Karen Lovely Blues Concert

  • 23 Nov 2019
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • 15090 Hwy 238, Applegate OR
  • 92

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  • Karen Lovely is a Southern Oregon native. She's a seven-time Muddy Awards winner, with hits hitting #13 - Billboard Top 100 Blues Albums, #1 - Top 50 Contemporary Blues Singles, Roots Music Report.#1 - Top 50 State Chart, Roots Music Report and much more.
    Her voice is unforgettable and her songwriting is crazy good.
    Ticket includes an opening act, the concert, and dinner. Tickets are non-refundable once purchased.

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(Registration will open once dates and times are confirmed by all parties).

The Applegate Country Club is proud to present Karen Lovely in concert November 23rd. She's a Southern Oregon native, and is setting the Oregon Blues scene on fire. $25 Ticket price includes: an opening blues favorite, Karen's concert, and a tap beer or glass of house wine. 

To listen to her latest cd, click here.

Here are just a handful of her achievements and reviews:

KAREN LOVELY nominated by Blues Foundation for 2018 "Best Contemporary Blues Female Artist"

Karen Lovely's "FISH OUTTA WATER" wins 2017 Muddy Award "Best National Recording"

KAREN LOVELY on the cover of Blues Blast Magazine
http://www.bluesblastmagazine.com/karen-lovely-interview/
http://www.bluesblastmagazine.com/tag/karen-lovely/

"FISH OUTTA WATER" - Downbeat Magazine "Editor's Pick"

#13 - Billboard Top 100 Blues Albums
#1 - Top 50 Contemporary Blues Singles, Roots Music Report
#1 - Top 50 State Chart, Roots Music Report
#4 - Top 50 Contemporary Blues Albums, Roots Music Report
#4 - Top 50 Blues Albums, Living Blues

#4 - Top 50 Blues Albums, Roots Music Report 

 

"Fish Outta Water...fantastic" - Bobby Reed, DOWNBEAT Magazine
Downbeat Editor's Pick, Aug 2017 http://downbeat.com/reviews/detail/fish-outta-water

"Lovely is a first class vocalist." - Art Tipaldi, BLUES REVUE

"Lovely’s performance...was one of the most unexpected pleasures of recent memory...[her] style begins from sources within such classic blues singers as Ma Rainey and Bessie Smith. And, like Janis Joplin before her, she has translated those influences into an utterly gripping contemporary style of her own." - Don Heckman, INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF MUSIC, 
(music critic LA Times, NY Times, Village Voice, DownBeat)

"magnificent" - BluesWax Magazine


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