Sunday, April 13, 2008
MIni Review: Curtis Salgado at Moe's Alley: A Name You SHOULD Know
Curtis Salgado, for whom the first "Blues Brothers" movie was dedicated, played a great set at Santa Cruz's Moes Alley last week.
It hurt that the audience was so small on a Sunday night.
This guy is a master, a pro, who inspired Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi to become the Blues Brothers, after they saw him playing clubs while Belushi was filming "Animal House," in Eugene, Oregon.
Salgado knocked out the house, and then, during a break, went into the audience to talk to fans...Great stuff.
Catch him next time he comes to town.