New York Blues Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
New York Blues Hall of Fame With The Michael Packer Blues Band
The New York Blues Hall of Fame honors artists from across the state, including prior honorees like John Hammond, Levon Helm and Johnny Winter. But the group likes to keep the focus on the local, in-the-trenches blues musicians who play their hearts out night after night. This years celebration will feature music from The Michael Packer Blues Band and a host of special guests, including Jon Paris, Danny Kalb, Hap Moore and industry inductees Mark Klein and WBGO Jazz 88. It promises to be a huge night of music and well-deserved recognition for a stable of talented performers.
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The last date listed for New York Blues Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was Sunday August 4, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Michael Packer is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist who was born in New York City in 1950. After doing his first gig at the Bitter End in Greenwich Village at the age of 15, he formed and recorded with numerous groups throughout the late ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s, including Papa Nebo (with saxophonist Bob Mintzer of the Grammy Award-winning Yellowjackets), Free Beer, and Coolstep. He also worked with the likes of the Atlanta Rhythm Section, Johnny Rivers, Dr. Hook, Clifton Chanier, and the Matt Murphy Band.