Nathan P. Murphy’s has a rich and ever-so-very long tradition of bringing some of the hottest-playing blues guitarist to its stage. If you’ve been a regular to the bar’s blues shows over the years, you have a pretty good idea of at least some of the names involved: Joe Bonamassa, Tommy Castro, Corey Stevens, Indigenous, Chris Duarte, Walter Trout, just to name a very few… and Wes Jeans.
Why did we mention Wes Jeans separately? Because he’s back tomorrow night. Jeans teams up with opening act Eddie’s Blues Train for an are-you-kidding-me-cheap $10. Doors open at 8 p.m.
The last time Jeans came to town was the kind of show blues music is all about: It rocked, there were chops and feats of showmanship (note Jeans playing with his teeth in the pic above) to spare, and it ended whenever it damn well felt like it, which is to say it often ran two-hours-plus and included a free-for-all jam session with local guitar talent. To say this show jams is an understatement. Be there.