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Jamming Jean Concert Featuring Corky Siegel and Lynne Jordan
Get ready for the holidays with a virtual Jamming Jean Concert!

This online music spectacular will include three recorded sets with Siegel and Jordan plus a lively conversation with the musicians in real time. Joining Siegel and Jordan will be concert producer and emcee John Anderson, a renowned Grammy-nominated and Emmy-winning director, producer and editor. Free admission for this special event is made possible by the Levy Senior Center Foundation.

Dec 4, 2020 05:30 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Lynne Jordan
Lynne Jordan grew up in Ohio and first came to Evanston in 1979 to attend Northwestern University where she enrolled as a journalism major. She later switched to communications and found her voice as a performance artist. She has worked steadily as a performer since 1993. She has performed as a soloist and with her band in clubs, concert halls and outdoor festivals all around Chicagoland. A natural storyteller, in her spare time she has been fine tuning a one-woman show, A Great Big Diva, which she first performed in December 2017 at City Winery. Last summer she and the band performed at one of Evanston’s 2018 Starlight Summer Concerts. Ms. Jordan has a soft spot for Evanston and still keeps in touch with many of her friends from her Northwestern days, saying “Coming here feels like a homecoming.”
Corky Siegel
Corky Siegel is known internationally as one of the worlds great blues harmonica players, blues pianist, singer and writer of unusual songs, a Chamber Blues progenitor and sole pioneer/composer of award-winning revolutionary works that weave blues and classical forms together. He celebrates 55 years of performance, a co-founder of the popular Siegel-Schwall Band, a Chicago Blues Hall of Fame inductee and Lifetime Achievement awardee. Corky Siegel has a catalogue of recordings on RCA, Vanguard, Alligator, and million selling blues/classical recordings on the iconic classical label Deutsche Grammophon. He learned his craft - personally - at the feet of such legendary first generation bluesmen as Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, and Otis Spann. In the earlier days of Chicago blues, he was an essential part in the blues rock revolution, and his surprising and continuing success in bringing together blues and classical audiences make him a unique figure in popular music history.
John Anderson
Anderson is a Grammy-nominated and Emmy-winning director, producer and editor whose work has aired on PBS, A&E, MTV, VH1, Showtime, Cinemax, HBO, FOX, ABC, NBC, CBS, MuchMusic, the BBC and elsewhere around the world. He was nominated for a 2006 Grammy for his direction of “Brian Wilson Presents SMiLE”, the platinum-selling DVD release from Warner Brothers/Rhino Home Video. Anderson won an Emmy and received nine Emmy nominations for his work as Executive Producer, Director and Editor of “CPS Right Now!”, a bi-weekly television newsmagazine he created for Chicago Public Schools. His company, Anderson Productions, is a Chicago-based, full-service HD production and post-production facility.