The 2021 Lineup





Stage Map


Wednesday, October 6th

Andrea Staten

1:00pm to 1:45pm

Ben Wiley Peyton

1:00pm to 1:45pm

Fruteland Jackson

2:00pm to 2:45pm

Rip Lee Pryor

2:00pm to 2:45pm

Gaye Adegbalola

3:00pm to 3:45pm

Mickey Rogers Band

3:00pm to 3:45pm

Charles Wilson Band

4:00pm to 4:45pm

Diunna Greenleaf

4:00pm to 4:45pm

Maurice John Vaughn

5:00pm to 5:45pm

Sweet Angel

5:00pm to 5:45pm

Dejeana Burks, Margie Turner-Screws, Earnestine Barze

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Ms. Margie Turner hails out of Eldorado, AK. She began singing at age 8 at Union Ark Baptist Church. At the age of 12 she moved with her family to Oakland, CA. Margie began singing the Blues at an early age while being chaperoned by her mother. Her skills and vocal stylings eventually led her to Dallas, TX where she met and background sang for Johnny Taylor and she eventually became an opening act for Marvin Sease. Today, Margie shares her talent on stages in the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area with her band, The Outback Blues Band, and has performed on various festivals including The Hayward/Russell City Blues Festival, Oakland’s Art & Soul Festival, The Dusk til Dawn Festival, Rentiesville, OK, The King Biscuit Blues Festival, W. Helena, AK and at countless venues throughout California. Margie’s performance is “Delta Smooth” with a little “Oakland Grit”. It’s Blues that will make you wanna’ dance or, most certainly pat your feet. 

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Earnestine Barze , “Lady E”, was born in Glendora, Mississippi, the state that has produced more blues men and women than any other state in the US. Earnestine loved to sing and dance when she was young. In 1971 she migrated to California, continuing her education and receiving a degree in Business. Shortly after, Earnestine began singing again. Her Gospel roots made it an easy transition for her into the R&B and Blues scene. She performs at many clubs in Oakland, the surrounding Bay Area and throughout California. She has performed on the Monterey Blues Festival, Hayward-Russell City Blues Festival, The Red, White, & Blues Festival Stage, Alameda CA County Fair, and at The King Biscuit Blues Festival, W. Helena, AK. When on stage, in true Mississippi tradition, “Lady E” delivers a raw energy, soulful performance one you will remember and she will tell you, that’s what she’s about. 

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DeJeana Burkes was born and raised in Detroit, MI. Growing up vibin’ with the Motown sound and singing in church is how DeJeana developed her interest in both music and production. DeJeana spent all of her babysitting money as a teenager going to the Motown Revue, watching them sing and perfect their acts before hitting the road. It was in those seats she decided she could both sing and produce shows. Today, she resides in Richmond, CA in the San Francisco Bay Area. She performs locally in clubs, on festivals and is a producer of the North Richmond Music Festival. She has performed on the Polk Street Festival, San Francisco, Hayward Russell City Blues Festival, Richmond Juneteenth, Blues Ball, Medicine Park, OK and The King Biscuit Blues Festival in Arkansas. When DeJeana hits the stage it’s all business. While witnessing her passion, drive, and sass coupled with her strong vocals and melodic tones audiences do understand what she means when she exclaims “When you’ve got Burkes, It Works and the “It” is, she leaves It all on the stage to enjoy. 

The Blue Monday Blues Band featuring King Edward

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Arthur Adams Band

7:20pm to 8:30pm

Bigg Robb

7:20pm to 8:30pm

 Watch Big Robb here.

Thursday, October 7th

Andrea Staten

1:00pm to 1:45pm

Ben Wiley Peyton

1:00pm to 1:45pm

Fruteland Jackson

2:00pm to 2:45pm

Rip Lee Pryor

2:00pm to 2:45pm

Gaye Adegbalola

3:00pm to 3:45pm

Mickey Rogers Band

3:00pm to 3:45pm

Charles Wilson Band

4:00pm to 4:45pm

Diunna Greenleaf

4:00pm to 4:45pm

Maurice John Vaughn

5:00pm to 5:45pm

Sweet Angel

5:00pm to 5:45pm

Dejeana Burks, Margie Turner-Screws, Earnestine Barze

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Ms. Margie Turner hails out of Eldorado, AK. She began singing at age 8 at Union Ark Baptist Church. At the age of 12 she moved with her family to Oakland, CA. Margie began singing the Blues at an early age while being chaperoned by her mother. Her skills and vocal stylings eventually led her to Dallas, TX where she met and background sang for Johnny Taylor and she eventually became an opening act for Marvin Sease. Today, Margie shares her talent on stages in the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area with her band, The Outback Blues Band, and has performed on various festivals including The Hayward/Russell City Blues Festival, Oakland’s Art & Soul Festival, The Dusk til Dawn Festival, Rentiesville, OK, The King Biscuit Blues Festival, W. Helena, AK and at countless venues throughout California. Margie’s performance is “Delta Smooth” with a little “Oakland Grit”. It’s Blues that will make you wanna’ dance or, most certainly pat your feet. 

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Earnestine Barze , “Lady E”, was born in Glendora, Mississippi, the state that has produced more blues men and women than any other state in the US. Earnestine loved to sing and dance when she was young. In 1971 she migrated to California, continuing her education and receiving a degree in Business. Shortly after, Earnestine began singing again. Her Gospel roots made it an easy transition for her into the R&B and Blues scene. She performs at many clubs in Oakland, the surrounding Bay Area and throughout California. She has performed on the Monterey Blues Festival, Hayward-Russell City Blues Festival, The Red, White, & Blues Festival Stage, Alameda CA County Fair, and at The King Biscuit Blues Festival, W. Helena, AK. When on stage, in true Mississippi tradition, “Lady E” delivers a raw energy, soulful performance one you will remember and she will tell you, that’s what she’s about. 

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DeJeana Burkes was born and raised in Detroit, MI. Growing up vibin’ with the Motown sound and singing in church is how DeJeana developed her interest in both music and production. DeJeana spent all of her babysitting money as a teenager going to the Motown Revue, watching them sing and perfect their acts before hitting the road. It was in those seats she decided she could both sing and produce shows. Today, she resides in Richmond, CA in the San Francisco Bay Area. She performs locally in clubs, on festivals and is a producer of the North Richmond Music Festival. She has performed on the Polk Street Festival, San Francisco, Hayward Russell City Blues Festival, Richmond Juneteenth, Blues Ball, Medicine Park, OK and The King Biscuit Blues Festival in Arkansas. When DeJeana hits the stage it’s all business. While witnessing her passion, drive, and sass coupled with her strong vocals and melodic tones audiences do understand what she means when she exclaims “When you’ve got Burkes, It Works and the “It” is, she leaves It all on the stage to enjoy. 

The Blue Monday Blues Band featuring King Edward

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Arthur Adams Band

7:20pm to 8:30pm

Bigg Robb

7:20pm to 8:30pm

 Watch Big Robb here.

Friday, October 8th

Andrea Staten

1:00pm to 1:45pm

Ben Wiley Peyton

1:00pm to 1:45pm

Fruteland Jackson

2:00pm to 2:45pm

Rip Lee Pryor

2:00pm to 2:45pm

Gaye Adegbalola

3:00pm to 3:45pm

Mickey Rogers Band

3:00pm to 3:45pm

Charles Wilson Band

4:00pm to 4:45pm

Diunna Greenleaf

4:00pm to 4:45pm

Maurice John Vaughn

5:00pm to 5:45pm

Sweet Angel

5:00pm to 5:45pm

Dejeana Burks, Margie Turner-Screws, Earnestine Barze

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Ms. Margie Turner hails out of Eldorado, AK. She began singing at age 8 at Union Ark Baptist Church. At the age of 12 she moved with her family to Oakland, CA. Margie began singing the Blues at an early age while being chaperoned by her mother. Her skills and vocal stylings eventually led her to Dallas, TX where she met and background sang for Johnny Taylor and she eventually became an opening act for Marvin Sease. Today, Margie shares her talent on stages in the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area with her band, The Outback Blues Band, and has performed on various festivals including The Hayward/Russell City Blues Festival, Oakland’s Art & Soul Festival, The Dusk til Dawn Festival, Rentiesville, OK, The King Biscuit Blues Festival, W. Helena, AK and at countless venues throughout California. Margie’s performance is “Delta Smooth” with a little “Oakland Grit”. It’s Blues that will make you wanna’ dance or, most certainly pat your feet. 

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Earnestine Barze , “Lady E”, was born in Glendora, Mississippi, the state that has produced more blues men and women than any other state in the US. Earnestine loved to sing and dance when she was young. In 1971 she migrated to California, continuing her education and receiving a degree in Business. Shortly after, Earnestine began singing again. Her Gospel roots made it an easy transition for her into the R&B and Blues scene. She performs at many clubs in Oakland, the surrounding Bay Area and throughout California. She has performed on the Monterey Blues Festival, Hayward-Russell City Blues Festival, The Red, White, & Blues Festival Stage, Alameda CA County Fair, and at The King Biscuit Blues Festival, W. Helena, AK. When on stage, in true Mississippi tradition, “Lady E” delivers a raw energy, soulful performance one you will remember and she will tell you, that’s what she’s about. 

<p>

DeJeana Burkes was born and raised in Detroit, MI. Growing up vibin’ with the Motown sound and singing in church is how DeJeana developed her interest in both music and production. DeJeana spent all of her babysitting money as a teenager going to the Motown Revue, watching them sing and perfect their acts before hitting the road. It was in those seats she decided she could both sing and produce shows. Today, she resides in Richmond, CA in the San Francisco Bay Area. She performs locally in clubs, on festivals and is a producer of the North Richmond Music Festival. She has performed on the Polk Street Festival, San Francisco, Hayward Russell City Blues Festival, Richmond Juneteenth, Blues Ball, Medicine Park, OK and The King Biscuit Blues Festival in Arkansas. When DeJeana hits the stage it’s all business. While witnessing her passion, drive, and sass coupled with her strong vocals and melodic tones audiences do understand what she means when she exclaims “When you’ve got Burkes, It Works and the “It” is, she leaves It all on the stage to enjoy. 

The Blue Monday Blues Band featuring King Edward

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Arthur Adams Band

7:20pm to 8:30pm

Bigg Robb

7:20pm to 8:30pm

 Watch Big Robb here.

Saturday, October 9th

Andrea Staten

1:00pm to 1:45pm

Ben Wiley Peyton

1:00pm to 1:45pm

Fruteland Jackson

2:00pm to 2:45pm

Rip Lee Pryor

2:00pm to 2:45pm

Gaye Adegbalola

3:00pm to 3:45pm

Mickey Rogers Band

3:00pm to 3:45pm

Charles Wilson Band

4:00pm to 4:45pm

Diunna Greenleaf

4:00pm to 4:45pm

Maurice John Vaughn

5:00pm to 5:45pm

Sweet Angel

5:00pm to 5:45pm

Dejeana Burks, Margie Turner-Screws, Earnestine Barze

6:00pm to 7:00pm

Ms. Margie Turner hails out of Eldorado, AK. She began singing at age 8 at Union Ark Baptist Church. At the age of 12 she moved with her family to Oakland, CA. Margie began singing the Blues at an early age while being chaperoned by her mother. Her skills and vocal stylings eventually led her to Dallas, TX where she met and background sang for Johnny Taylor and she eventually became an opening act for Marvin Sease. Today, Margie shares her talent on stages in the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area with her band, The Outback Blues Band, and has performed on various festivals including The Hayward/Russell City Blues Festival, Oakland’s Art & Soul Festival, The Dusk til Dawn Festival, Rentiesville, OK, The King Biscuit Blues Festival, W. Helena, AK and at countless venues throughout California. Margie’s performance is “Delta Smooth” with a little “Oakland Grit”. It’s Blues that will make you wanna’ dance or, most certainly pat your feet. 

<p>

Earnestine Barze , “Lady E”, was born in Glendora, Mississippi, the state that has produced more blues men and women than any other state in the US. Earnestine loved to sing and dance when she was young. In 1971 she migrated to California, continuing her education and receiving a degree in Business. Shortly after, Earnestine began singing again. Her Gospel roots made it an easy transition for her into the R&B and Blues scene. She performs at many clubs in Oakland, the surrounding Bay Area and throughout California. She has performed on the Monterey Blues Festival, Hayward-Russell City Blues Festival, The Red, White, & Blues Festival Stage, Alameda CA County Fair, and at The King Biscuit Blues Festival, W. Helena, AK. When on stage, in true Mississippi tradition, “Lady E” delivers a raw energy, soulful performance one you will remember and she will tell you, that’s what she’s about. 

<p>

DeJeana Burkes was born and raised in Detroit, MI. Growing up vibin’ with the Motown sound and singing in church is how DeJeana developed her interest in both music and production. DeJeana spent all of her babysitting money as a teenager going to the Motown Revue, watching them sing and perfect their acts before hitting the road. It was in those seats she decided she could both sing and produce shows. Today, she resides in Richmond, CA in the San Francisco Bay Area. She performs locally in clubs, on festivals and is a producer of the North Richmond Music Festival. She has performed on the Polk Street Festival, San Francisco, Hayward Russell City Blues Festival, Richmond Juneteenth, Blues Ball, Medicine Park, OK and The King Biscuit Blues Festival in Arkansas. When DeJeana hits the stage it’s all business. While witnessing her passion, drive, and sass coupled with her strong vocals and melodic tones audiences do understand what she means when she exclaims “When you’ve got Burkes, It Works and the “It” is, she leaves It all on the stage to enjoy. 

The Blue Monday Blues Band featuring King Edward

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Arthur Adams Band

7:20pm to 8:30pm

Bigg Robb

7:20pm to 8:30pm

 Watch Big Robb here.