Three Generations of Blues


The Blues has shaped music for generations. The Blues reveals universal human truths. The Blues has imprinted an unforgettable legacy on our culture. The Blues is an intergenerational celebration of humanity and the antidote to life’s struggles. Just as the Blues has shaped every musical style that has come after, each generation of Blues artists has shaped the next. So we bring you an unforgettable musical experience - Three Generations of Blues. Bob Margolin. Jeff Pitchell. Jake Kulak.

Three Generations of Blues will take you on a musical journey. Billy Gibbons once said, "the blues is a might long road. Or it could be river, one that twists and turns and flows into a sea of limitless musical potential." Come and listen to this winding path of influences, experimentation and improvisation as each artist pays homage to their personal influences and together forge new musical connections in a collaboration that spans generations. The night of Three Generations of Blues will showcase the distinct talent of each generation while providing an inspiring look at this art form which crushes the boundaries between us.

Bob Margolin started playing guitar at age 15, inspired by the one and only Chuck Berry. In 1973 he was hired by the legendary Chicago Blues master, Muddy Waters, to play guitar in his band. In 1976, Muddy invited Bob to travel to San Francisco and play in The Band's "Last Waltz" concert. That concert was filmed by Martin Scorsese and is hailed as one of the greatest documentary concert films ever made. In 1980 Bob formed his own band and started recording and relentlessly touring. He has played on several Grammy winning recordings and throughout his career has shared the stage with a "who's who" list of renowned artists in the Blues and Rock world including BB King, Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, Neil Young, Eric Clapton, Dr. John, and the Fabulous Thunderbirds, to name just a few. Bob is the recipient of two Blues Music Awards and his latest album with harp master Bob Corritore and guest vocalist Jimmy Vivino was released in June 2022.

Jeff Pitchell also had received recognition for his guitar chops by the young age of 15. Jeff has made a name for himself as a recording artists, writer, and incredible front man. His album "Heavy Hitter" made it to No. 7 on the Billboard Top Blues Album Chart, garnering him national recognition for his songwriting. His song "An Eye For An Eye" was recorded by English Blues legend John Mayall. Jeff and his band have shared the stage with B.B. King, the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Joe Cocker, and Johnny Winter to name just a few.

Jake Kulak started performing at CT area Blues jams at the age of 11 and a year later was entertaining audiences at venues across the state. Jake met Bob Margolin in Clarksdale, MS at the Pinetop Perkins Master Classes where he had been o?ered a scholarship to study guitar under Bob. Jake was voted Best Blues Band by the Hartford Courant’s CTNOW Reader’s Poll. He and his power trio were also nominated for a New England Music Award for “Best New Act of the Year”. His original song “Better” was chosen as a semi-finalist in the International Songwriting Competition, the “competition to take note of”, according to the New York Times. Jake is a 2022 graduate of the Berklee College of Music.


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