Blues musician Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater is set to play the Music Box Supper Club on Friday, July 7th.

A musician of many talents, Eddy, who was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2016, is an iconic figure in blues music for over 60 years.  An accomplished singer-songwriter and an otherworldly guitarist, his sound has been described as “hard-driving Windy City blues, soul-tinged balladry, acoustic country blues and gospel uplift….good-natured fretboard fireworks.”

Raised in the South, Eddy moved to Chicago in 1950 and begin honing his craft with legendary Chicago blues-masters, particularly Magic Sam and Otis Rush.  He recorded his first single in 1958 and hasn’t looked back since, recording and releasing a critically acclaimed catalog of his distinctive blues while touring the world non-stop.  He often performs in a Native American headdress, hence, his nickname, The Chief.

Be sure to check out Eddy Clearwater for a great night of the blues at the Music Box Supper Club.

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Greg Drugan has been attending concerts since 1982 and has seen everyone from AC/DC to ZZ Top. Classic rock is his forte, but he is also well versed in alternative and pop music. When not attending concerts, Greg can be found teaching history, psychology and the history of rock n roll at a rural high school where he also serves as the head track coach. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with his family.