Born and raised in Los Angeles, Brigitte Purdy didn't take too long to be noted and be asked to perform on the same stage with artists like Walter Trout, Sugaray Rayford, Tim Bogart Paul Rodgers, Dionne Warwick, and Dolly Parton amongst others.
Once the ice of the music business was broken, Brigitte Rios Purdy's next step into connecting completely with music at 360 degrees was starting to write her own songs. Her profound, love and admiration for the late great B.B. King pushed the American artist to compose her very first song called Lucille, Don't You Weep, a blues ballad with clear references to King's most favourite guitar and the intensity of the sound coming from one of the most famous blues guitars of all time. The song became the perfect platform for the singer and songwriter to combine her wonderful and unique voice with her new found talent as a lyricist and to inspire her to write more songs that would allow Purdy to show her phenomenal vocal skills.
The tune is a superb blues ballad with tinges of jazz, with a flawless vocal performance from Purdy. The Californian artist is, though, not just a great blues interpreter but she has also written and recorded few catchy songs with a more blues/rock approach, like Rise Like The Water and Shot Heard Around The World, part of the original material belonging to the repertoire of this rising star in the music business.
8 – 11 Tickets: $10 (Available at the Door, Day of Show)
Enjoy a full menu of hard liquor libations. And we’ll be serving up good eats until 10 p.m.