Monthly Archives: March 2018

Blues: Rachelle Coba and Harvey Mandel

On March 3, Saturday night, the Lincoln Road B.I.D. presents “Live #onLincoln” at 1111 Lincoln Road from 1 pm to 4 pm. They are set to feature Rachelle Coba, who was described as a ‘torrential force’ that takes the audience’s breath away.

Her expertise in instruments allows Coba to work on her music and create amazing cover arrangements, whether it’s electric or acoustic. She has played music for countless events and festivals such as Kerrville Texas Folk Festival and Chicago Blues Fest. Rachelle Coba also served as a front act for numerous artists such as Coco Montoya, Johnny Winter, and Koko Taylor

Moreover, she experienced a life-changing performance when she played with blues legend Buddy Guy in Miami. After that, she started touring with Albert Castiglia, Grady Champion, Super Chikan, and Ray Drew. Coba has just returned from a successful tour in Australia as he headlines Bridgetown Festival’s Blues and the Perth Blues Club.

She has just returned from a triumphant tour in Australia headlining at the Blues at Bridgetown Festival and the Perth Blues Club. More information can be found at the official site of KCC Productions according to Jazz Corner.

On the other hand, weaned on the Chicago blues scene by legends like Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, and Buddy Guy, guitarist Harvey “The Snake” Mandel landed in San Francisco in the waning days of the Summer of Love and wove his searing sound and sinuous, horn-like lines into the era’s soundtrack. Check out Papa Survey official website for more inquiries.

His debut album “Cristo Redentor” (Philips), which was released 50 years ago, is still considered a psychedelic funk landmark. Furthermore, following the success of “Snake Pit” in 2016, Mandel finally releases an album after two decades. In addition to this is his return to the local scene where veterans like Pete Sears will make an appearance. He will stop at the San Francisco venerable Biscuits $ Blues on March 1, The Mercury News reported.