2nd Sunday Jam Session
Community Services, Inc
329 Railroad Avenue
Chuck Wallace headlines Second
one of the most popular jammers at the Pittsburg
Entertainment & Arts Hall of Fame’s Second Sunday Jam
Sessions, and his band, Chuck Wallace and Friends, will
headline the first Second Sunday Jam of 2014 on Jan. 12.
Wallace, who has lived in Pittsburg
the past three years, is originally from St. Louis. He
has performed with blues stars such as Bo Diddley, Bobby
Bland, Etta James, Little Milton Campbell, Tyrone Davis,
Bobby Rush and Eddie Floyd.
The Jam Session
begins at 5 p.m. at Impulse Gallery, 329 Railroad Ave.
Musicians, singers and spoken word artists are invited
to participate during the session and should sign in by
Donations of $10 or $5 for PEAHOF
members are suggested. A no-host bar and food are
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