Camile Baudoin & Curt Obeda
About Camile Baudoin
For over 33 years, guitarist Camile Baudoin laid down the groove for the epic New Orleans rock band The Radiators, defining that lugubrious Crescent City sound known as “fishhead music” with his funk-driven rhythms, powerful slide work, and incendiary solos.
After 4,000 performances, 17 CDs, and hundreds of major festival and television appearances, and with thousands of loyal fans nation-wide, Camile and The Radiators have earned a top berth as American rock and roll icons. His success is marked by a slew of accolades, including a Big Easy Lifetime Achievement Award and induction into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame. READ MORE
About Curt Obeda
The Butanes were formed in 1983 after Curtis Obeda returned home from Chicago. A blues protege, Obeda began his career playing guitar with The Mudsharks as well as the Twin Cities Blues luminaries of the late 70's and early 80's: Mojo Buford, Baby Doo Caston, Lazy Bill Lucas, Big Walter Smith, Percy Strother and W.C. Handy Award winner Sonny Rodgers. He moved to Chicago and began performing around town with Hubert Sumlin, Sammy Fender (Redmond) as well as occasional others. Curt's tenure in Chicago honed his guitar playing skills and cemented friendships with many Windy City Blues men, notably Albert Collins, Jimmy Dawkins, Lefty Dizz, Hip Linkchain and Big Smokey Smothers. READ MORE
Doors open at 7:30pm, show starts at 8:30pm, no cover.