Heritage Music Festival Set For May 22-23

(CelebrityAccess News Service) – James Brown, Los Lobos, The Robert Cray Band, Etta James, Keb Mo, Lucinda
Williams, Charlie Musselwhite,
The Blind Boys of Alabama, Robert Randolph, Koko Taylor, John Mayall and
others have been set to perform by House of Blues Concerts at the Doheny
Heritage Music Festival on May 22-23. The Doheny Heritage Music
Festival, produced by Trio Events, in the Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, CA, will feature a modern, eclectic mix of
world-class musicians performing on multiple stages.

"House of Blues is committed to creating the
ultimate live music and environmental experience," says Kevin Morrow, SVP of HoB Talent. "Southern California music
fans and the upcoming 'Doheny Heritage Music Festival' validate that
commitment. Over the weekend, fans will have a once in a lifetime
opportunity to catch some of the best American roots talent."

"Large-scale, special and unique musical events have been a trademark of
Dana Point and Doheny State Beach for many years. These outdoor venues
provide a variety of entertainment options for many different age groups in
a fun, oceanfront setting. Every year, the City looks forward to partnering
with the promoters of these programs to do our part to ensure a quality
event within our beautiful City. As with all the programs in the past, the
City wishes Trio Event Productions every success in their events at Doheny," says
Douglas Chotkevys, City Manager, City of Dana Point.

"We are looking forward to our partnership with the
House of Blues to provide an eclectic array of music," says Jake Pike, Trio Events. "This years festival
at Doheny State Beach will prove to be an unforgettable weekend."

Doheny Heritage Music Festival lineup:

May 22:
James Brown,
Etta James,
Keb Mo,
Charlie Musselwhite,
The Blind Boys of Alabama,
Koko Taylor,
Kid Ramos,
Hollywood Blue Flames,
Jackie Green,

Al Blake,

Ramsay Midwood,
Kyle Riabko, and
Jackie Greene.

May 23: Los Lobos,
The Robert Cray Band,
Lucinda Williams,
Robert Randolph &The Family Band,
John Mayall,
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band,
Olu Dara,
Charlie Musselwhite,
Ramsay Midwood,
Kyle Riabko,
The Paladins, and
Al Blake.

–Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner

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