Chicago Blues Festival highlights
A host of greats -- spanning multiple generations -- will ignite the Chicago Blues Festival's four days starting June 6. Here are some of the artists:
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Born into blues royalty, singer Shemekia Copeland (daughter of legendary guitarist Johnny Copeland) interprets dad's "One More Time" on her latest disc, "33 1/3" (Telarc). She also visits a few Sam Cooke and Bob Dylan songs on that album. Teenage guitarist Quinn Sullivan will perform during her set, and since he's a protege of Buddy Guy, there's no telling who may make a surprise visit.
8 p.m. Thursday, Pritzker Pavilion, Millennium Park