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Botanical Blues 2014 – Cindy Grill and Alan Smith
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Date/Time
Date(s) - January 12, 2014
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location
Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden

www.dmbotanicalgarden.com

Grill and Smith met back in 2006 and have played the Central Iowa Blues circuit as “Hot Tamale and The Red Hots” and put out their CD (Hot Off The Grill) in 2007, a Blues and Boogie feel good sound! As Alan wanted to expand into more acoustic country, variety styles he hooked up with Cousin Eddie/ Muhlbauer and Smith and eventually joined Infuzion playing Lead, slide, harp and even vocals…..Yes, he’s a Limey…….But……don’t you Know even though Cindy’s from Minnesota their hearts are deeply grounded in Des Moines and support their local Blues society and can’t Thank The Botanical Gardens enough for keeping ALL music Alive and Well in Iowa! So, Come on out under the dome, sit back & ENJOY THE SHOW……..We’ll save a seat for ya The restaurant will be open and available to you and your guests. As usual, this is a family-friendly series of great shows by terrific musicians both locally and regionally.

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