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STEPHEN JEFFREY GUITARMAN NEEDS DRUMMER, BASSIST & VOCALIST immediately. Have car will travel. Styles From Metal to Progressive Jazz. Have unfinished recordings and studio time booked: need your instrument and/or voice to complete recording AND play out live immediately. Visit YOUTUBE.COM/CYKLOPZWALSH OR or facebook.comstephenjeffreyguita rmanwalsh) to see latest videos and recordings for January. Please call back if you left message last month. My voicemail crashed Please call again Call M/F. Call 708-4327987 (days); (708)2804487 (GITR) (anytime). is $6. A trust fund has also been set up for the family. Please consider donating at the site here: from page 18 fundraiser/eric-davis-memorialfund/119080. notice of his efforts. "He put a lot of effort Unfortunately, there's more sad blues into everything. He worked hard. He was concerned about growing as a musician, news. Local blues singer Patricia Scott he wasn't so caught up in the budget,' says also passed away in December. Pat was a Tony Manguillo, owner of Rosa's Blues fixture at Lee's Unleaded Blues and Blue Chicago, wowing audiences with her Lounge of Eric's work Photo: throaty, soulful vocals. ethic. "There was someShe had also been marthing powerful about the ried to legendary Chicago way he presented himblues musician Buddy self. He was a good Scott, whose seminal singer and growing as a group Buddy Scott & great player. He was defThe Rib Tips, she sang initely one with great with until Buddy passed promise for the younger away in 1994 and she generation.' became the Rallying together on Patricia Scott front woman. this sad occasion, the Pat flaunted a rich reperChicago blues communitoire that featured soul ty has organized a and gospel as well as memorial fundraiser for blues. Her versatility Eric's six children. At Rosa's Lounge, 3420 W. Armitage, on served to influence many Chicago blues January 19, 2014, a who's who of Chicago's women. "Pat Scott was an old school enterblues musicians will perform in tribute to tainer, not just a blues singer,' says fellow Eric Davis to raise money for his family. blues diva Deitra Farr. "I enjoyed listening Scheduled to perform are: Lurrie Bell, and watching her back in the day with Eddie C. Campbell, Billy Branch, Sugar Buddy Scott And The Rib Tips and in later Blue, Deitra Farr, Jimmy Burns, years with Willie Kent And The Gents. Katherine Davis, Mike Wheeler, Toronzo We all missed her when she became ill a Cannon, Mathew Skoller, Big James, few years ago and was no longer able to Brother Jacob, Charlie Kimball, and Tom perform. She inspired quite a few ladies on Holland. Showtime starts at 5PM and the the blues scene." Blues singer Sharon Lewis considers minimum donation is $25. Tickets are on sale at All pro- Pat Scott to be one of the reasons she ceeds go directly to the Eric Davis joined the blues scene. "She was my inspiMemorial Fund. If you can't make the ration since she was the first blues diva I show, you can tune into to a live broadcast ever saw," she says. "She was the whole at The package for a diva! For those who never minimum donation to view the broadcast got a chance to witness her, your life is not complete."