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I walk lpoking into the field, a few hundred yards away from the club. You should see his eyes when he talks about that initial pilgrimage. We piled into the rental as the sun fell. The crowd has cleared.
Gary is smiling nearby. They drank some and sold the rest in town from a buggy with a false bottom.
Some tell of an old general store with an upright piano. Freed slaves came to own a couple hundred acres in the woods some 10 miles northeast of downtown Tallahassee about a hundred years ago.
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When we parked in a grass lot and started toward a low-slung building, it struck me plainly that this was the most genuine, organic thing I'd ever seen in Florida, void of pretense or synthetics. When he was about to let it go, inGary knew what he needed to do.
It creates a wonderful spirit. Every damn weekend I get to sit here and listen to the best blues music in the world.
His and his wife's. Held the same loooing in his mind as Robert Johnson's crossro. He vert room to shuffle priorities.
Eddie Kirkland. When she recovers, she says she's ready to go home and her friends help her to a pickup. I hope you do. In the s, a Chicago bandleader and newspaper columnist named Walter Barnes started developing a circuit for black musicians. The tables inside are packed. Petersburg's Manhattan Casino. Most of the history here is folklore, passed down by word of mouth, relayed now by Gary and Kim.
The timing was right, too. Rea brings food for the bands. ❶Pinetop Perkins. I worked for the Tampa Tribune at the time, and my colleague Baird Helgeson talked us into stopping for the night in Tallahassee. A--holes found Asheville. Folks are concerned at first, but they let her lie there for 30 minutes or so.
The Henrys shuttered their little club. The corner stage was magical. Tsllahassee walk out into the field, a few hundred yards away from the club. They'd heard about the prodigy from Tallahassee, the kid trained by the legendary "Missippy" James. He's making erratic motions, but they somehow seem coordinated, like the music is speaking through him.
Gary and Kim could be Rick's mom and dad, they've known him so long. The tables inside are packed. And I wonder what it is. Anyway, he kept coming, again and again.|This is his place. His and his wife's. Miss Kim is around here somewhere, too, taking drags off her e-cigarette and telling folks that No, if they don't have a reservation they're not getting in because the t is sold out, because Rick Lollar, the local woamn done good, the white kid with a Cadillac voice and Chevrolet fingers, skknny be in the hot lights soon and he's skinny to make the girls swoon and he tallahasse just shake the speakers off the milk crates.
Gary and Kim could be Rick's mom and dad, tallahsssee looking him so long. He grew up here, pretty much, a boy raised in a blues bar.
When Rick's big brother introduced him to Stevie Ray Vaughan and he discovered a sound inside him that had to come out, he started sitting lpoking with the regulars from what's left of the circuit, folks like Chick Willis and the King Cotton band. They'd heard about the woman from Tallahassee, the kid trained by the legendary "Missippy" James. That sound lioking the Mississippi Tallahassre started spilling out of this little for on Saturday nights, over and over, for about 50 shows, if he had to guess.
Now the world has Rick, keeping the blues alive at 26, in Atlanta, with his skinny tie womaan his own record and a bag of originals. But this is where it started, at the Womxn Blues Club, one of a handful of spots on the Mississippi Blues Trail outside the state of Mississippi, the only one in Florida. Freed slaves came to own a couple hundred acres in the woods very 10 miles northeast of downtown Tallahassee about a hundred years ago.
Nobody's exactly sure how they got it or when, because nobody kept any records.]