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"It is an opportunity to have a glimpse into our town and inspire them to come back."This year's "Women in Blues" lineup includes not only popular acts on the regional scene but also a couple who are building international reputations. She has been a force on the regional blues scene ever since.■ to p.m.: J. She now fronts one of Kansas City's premiere funk, soul, R&B, jazz and blues bands.■ to 4 p.m.: Rachelle Coba Band.
Coba is a Wichita guitarist and vocalist who has twice represented the Wichita Blues Society at the International Blues Challenge and this year reached the semifinals at the IBC as the Topeka Blues Society’s entry in the solo-duo competition.■ to p.m.: Cassie Taylor.
Delicious meals are available for carry-out, or dining-in.
Catering, tea parties, or special orders can be arranged.
All of our wines are made with Kansas grown grapes, not coastal grapes that are trucked in.
Our wines display the regionality of our rich Flint Hills soil.
Or, you can also visit our tasting room in Topeka at Brookwood Shopping Center on SW 29th ST.
She soon joined her father's band as bassist and backing singer before fronting her own band, which tours nationally from its base in Boulder, Colo.■ 6 to p.m.: Samantha Fish.
While still a student at Shawnee Mission North High School, Fish discovered a passion for the guitar and the blues, which eventually led to her signing by the German-based Ruf Records and a spot on its Blues Caravan: Girls With Guitars tour of Europe and North America.
Allana Saenger finds connections between the modern day Paxico Blues Festival and the African American population of early Wabaunsee County.
She describes the tradition of church singing in black congregations with vivid a capella hymns and homemade tambourines.