Join us for a Fall Harvest Celebration at the Goat Conspiracy: local food, drinks, and music! Beers, ciders and charcuterie boards featuring goodies by Chelsi Tangman! $45. Space is limited. Preregistration is required. Email email@example.com
Come enjoy juicy BBQ from local vendors at family prices, while listening to great Blues! We play noon - 1pm!
We return to Metamora for a set on the Back Porch Stage! Free!
Blues-infused Americana with soulful vocals and killer slide guitar
“Jason Fickel & Ginger Curry can evoke sweet song styles of long-ago decades and can also drive your bottom and top chakras into blues overdrive with supersoul vocals and hurtmesobad slide guitar.” -- Steve V. Johnson,
Reaching back to their influences (Hoagy Carmichael, Elmore James, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Dinah Washington) and capturing their live duo energy, Jason & Ginger assembled a rockin' band (with guest Jason Ricci on harmonica) for their third album of duets, covers and Fickel originals. Blues-infused Americana at its best!
For Jason & Ginger's second album, they returned to their roots: powerful, expressive female vocals from Ginger Curry backed by acoustic finger style guitar from Jason Fickel covering blues classics!
Not long after their semi-finalist performance at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN, Jason & Ginger were asked to put together a program of classic blues and storytelling called “A Salute to the Women of the Blues.” They jumped at the opportunity. After playing the songs and sharing stories at libraries, coffeehouses, bars, and on live radio shows, they decided to record eight of their favorites. The songs, ranging in time from 1918’s title track to 1987’s “Go Back to Your Used to Be,” were recorded at Rainstone Studios in Bloomington, IN, and mixed by Grammy®-nominated audio engineer Marcos Suiero Bal.
Original Blues and Americana duo with wry lyrics, slide guitar and an incredible Southern gospel-trained vocalist.
Born in Kansas, singer-songwriter-guitarist Jason Fickel was bitten by the blues as a teenager. He headed to Mississippi where he apprenticed himself to blues masters James “Son” Thomas and Otha Turner, learning to play blues guitar and to navigate the blues trade. His killer slide guitar and wry lyrics create a musical experience whose roots are nourished by the barrel house vocals of singer Ginger Curry. Raised in the rich traditions of southern gospel music, her writing and performing have surveyed all of creation. Jason and Ginger’s musical partnership explores that eternal source of the blues: man and woman. Their debut album captures all their experiences!