The Blues Hall of Fame concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 4, at Mount Baker Theatre, 104 N. Commercial St., celebrates significant blues artists. Since its inception in 1980, the Blues Foundation has inducted members for their contribution, impact and overall influence on the blues. The national tour features an opportunity to see three living blues legends and Hall of Fame inductees together on one stage.
• With 27 Blues Music awards to his credit and eight Grammy nominations, harmonica virtuoso Charlie Musselwhite has earned legendary status as one of blues music’s most important artists. He was voted the 2013 Living Blues Awards’ Most Outstanding Musician for the fifth time.
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• Grammy Award-winning blues and harmonica master James Cotton has recorded almost 30 solo albums. His latest, “Cotton Mouth Man,” features Gregg Allman, Joe Bonamassa, Ruthie Foster and Keb’ Mo.’
• John Hammond has won the Blues Music Award for Acoustic Artist of the Year a record six times. He is regarded as one of the world’s most important acoustic blues musicians.
Tickets, $25 to $49, are at 360-734-6080 and mountbakertheatre.com.