Friday, October 12th, 7PM at the Westin La Paloma.

Blue, Blues and Boogie Woogie features vocalist Joe Bourne and Boogie Woogie pianist, Arthur Migliazza Joining the headliners will be Doug Davis on drums, Larry Lerma on bass, and guest Blues harmonicist Tom Walbank. This show will be an eclectic blend of great vocal and instrumental songs saluting the color blue and the blues style along with some jaw dropping Boogie Woogie piano!

Blue, Blues and Boogie Woogie will feature songs like “Blue Moon,” “Blues in the Night,” “Blue Monday,” “When Sunny Gets Blue,” “Stormy Monday Blues,” “Everyday Blues,” “At Last,” “Black and Blue,” “Blueberry Hill,” “Rockin’ Pneumonia,” “Blues in The Night,” “Boogie Woogie on the Saint Louie Blues,” “Bye Bye Blues,” and a blues selection from the Ellington songbook plus a fun and educational narration.

Doors will open and beverages will be available for purchase beginning at 6:00 PM. Azul Restaurant is offering a 20% discount to all concert attendees prior to the show.

Award winning Blues and Boogie Woogie pianist Arthur Migliazza began playing the piano at age 9. It was through his love of Blues music and his dedication to the piano that he came under the wing of such mentors/teachers as Henry Butler, Ann Rabson and Mr. B. Aside from these direct influences, Arthur spent many years listening to and studying the recordings of piano players such as Otis Spann, Champion Jack Dupree, Jimmy Yancey, Professor Longhair, James Booker, Jay McShann, Katie Webster, and many more. Arthur was inducted into the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame, was a finalist at the 2010 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN, and has shared the stage with Albert Lee, John Mooney, Little Milton, Buckwheat Zydeco, Guitar Shorty, Saffire the Uppity Blues Women, Cephas and Wiggins, Robert Cray, Bob Margolin, Elvin Bishop, Tommy Castro, Bob Malone, Bruce Katz, Henry Butler and David Maxwell to name a few, in venues all over the US, Europe and Japan. A common response to watching Arthur perform is “Wow, I didn’t know it was possible to play the piano like that!