Performing with Bob Dylan in the Village in the '60s, opening for the Grateful Dead in the '70s, snagging Grammy nominations in '00s, Maria Muldaur could give Forrest Gump a run for his money. The reason for this jazz, blues and roots vocalist's continued prominence is simple: Muldaur is profoundly talented. Though perhaps best known for her 1974 top ten hit, "Midnight at the Oasis," this certified pop star has embarked on an adventurous, decades-long odyssey through various forms of American Roots Music. Nominated in 2005 for a Grammy in the Traditional Blues Category for her album Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul
, this Baby Boomer icon continues her musical journey with a live performance at Highway 99 Blues Club and Restaurant.