Remembering “The Chief” Clearwater June 10, 2019 Soul Funky Blues Party Event! Eddy Clearwater’s Band will pay tribute to the Blues Legend
on Monday, June 10th — starting at 7:00pm — at Euro Echo Cafe, 1719 North Lincoln Ave., Skokie, IL.
There is ample free parking Join Us — The Tribute is free!
The cafe will feature a photo gallery exclusively Eddy Clearwater by Chicago photographers. ---------------------------------------------------- Eddy’s costume shirts that he wore on stages around the world will be for sale see below. A portion of the proceeds benefit The Blues Foundation, HART Fund, Eddy's favorite charity.
Eddy Clearwater’s last live show! Performed at Buddy Guy’s Legends on 5-19-18 55:51.477 MINUTES Includes a one minute thank you from Eddy.
The band includes; Tom Crivellone, guitar and vocals
Shoji Naito, harp and guitar
Dave Knopf, bass
Stephen Bass, drums
Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater, lead guitar and vocals
Emcee, Johnny Sims
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“There will never be anyone as humble and grateful for life and his opportunity to play the blues for you then, Eddy Clearwater. He was so honored to be inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2016 and to receive proclamations naming it Eddy Clearwater Day on his birthday, January 10th 2018 from Westmont, IL and Skokie, IL his two residences. Eddy was proud to have lived in Skokie, IL for the past 20 years with his wife, Renee and their family. He loved the village so much he just penned a song, “Skokie A First Class Town.” Eddy was going to be the Grand Marshall for this years Fourth of July Parade. Eddy was family, I was his publicist and neighbor for the past ten years we enjoyed holidays and celebrations together. I will continue to celebrate his life, his music and his legacy.” — Lynn Orman Weiss, publicist/archivist
“Eddy was a top notch showman who remained humbled as his beginnings in rural Mississippi. He always brought in fans from around the world and rocked the house. He and his band would have headlined Buddy Guy’s Legends on Friday, June 8th. The Buddy Guy Family at Legends will miss him.” — Mark Maddox, Manager & Talent Buyer at Buddy Guy’s Legends.
“I am so saddened by the loss of Eddy Clearwater. He was like an uncle to me. Eddy watched me grow up with my dad the legendary, Lonnie Brooks. I’d be running around, but listening to them play guitar. We had been working on his next CD release, co-writing was so healing for me since my father’s death. I produced his award-winning album, “West Side Strut” on Alligator Records which just celebrated its 10th anniversary. We just wrote some killer songs together. I was so looking forward to doing this next record with him. For Eddy to have so much trust in me was priceless.” — Ronnie Baker Brooks
“Eddy Clearwater’s 2016 induction into the Blues Hall of Fame will always remain a highlight for me as one of my first official duties presiding over The Blues Foundation. It was an honor to know Eddy personally, and while his legacy as a premier blues musician should be forever revered, I will always remember him for his kind disposition and warm personality. He will truly be missed by all who knew him and all who ever saw him perform or heard one of his recordings.” — Barbara Newman, President & CEO, The Blues Foundation