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Bring on the Bluzmen

October 10, 2011

Tickets are now on sale
for the first main headline
event at the Donald W.
Reynolds Community
Center on November 5
and Director Candace
Martin couldn’t be more
excited.
The Bluzmen, the ultimate
Blues Brothers
Tribute artists starring
Eric Martin and Carmen
Romano are bringing the
blues to Poteau.
The Blues Brothers
were an American phenomenon!
The Blues
Brothers were first introduced
to the masses by
Dan Aykroyd and John
Belushi as a satirical musical
sketch on Saturday
Night Live. The untimely
death of Belushi in 1982
left a void in everyone’s
soul that has since been
filled by the Bluzmen.
When Martin and
Romano explode on stage
as The Blues Brothers,
they are like a powerful
locomotive barreling down
the tracks. The two soul
men captivate the audience
with their high energy
performance from start
to finish.
The blend of Martin as
“Elwood” and Romano as
“Belushi” is a perfect mix
in re-creating The Blues
Brothers. However, they
go a step further by showcasing
some of the original
choreography along
with a few steps of their
own.
They are considered to
be one of the world’s best
Blues Brothers Tribute
Artists and have been performing
together as The
Blues Brothers for 20
years. They have performed
over 9500 shows
internationally. They
starred in “Legends in
Concert” in Las Vegas,
NV., for ten consecutive
years.
They were one of the
first United States performing
groups invited to
perform in Russia after
the fall of the Iron Curtain.
They headlined at the
SuperDome in New
Orleans during Mardi Gras
for over 50,000 spectators.
They have been
invited to perform in
Tokyo, Japan on the hit
Japanese Impersonator
Show “Monomane” representing
the best tribute act
in the U.S.
They have also made
numerous appearances on
television including The
Tonight Show, The Today
Show, Entertainment
Tonight, David Letterman,
MTV, VH1, ESPN, CBS
and many more.
Whether you have seen
the original Blues Brothers
or not, you will never forget
the performance of
Martin and Romano as
they bring back to life The
Blues Brothers.

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