Iko Iko Brings Soulful Swampadelic Blues to Jupiter, FL With Performance at The (New) Blue Note Cafe

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Award-winning favorite, Graham Wood Drout & Iko-Iko perform with their signature brand of Rock, Blues and Soulful Swampadelic music at The Blue Note Cafe on Saturday, December 16. Tickets are $5 at the door. More information from http://www.iko-iko.com or http://www.bluenotecafepb.com

Little Silver Records announced today that award-winning performers, Graham Wood Drout & Iko-Iko, are appearing in Jupiter, Florida with their signature brand of Rock, Blues and Soulful Swampadelic music at the only Blues venue in Jupiter, the newly re-opened and remodeled Blue Note Cafe.

What: Graham Wood Drout & Iko-Iko

When: Saturday, December 16, 2006; Doors open 8pm, show starts 9:30pm

Where: The Blue Note Cafe

201 US Hwy 1 @ Indiantown Rd.

Jupiter, FL

Tickets: $5 at the door on the day of show.

About Iko-Iko:

Highlighting his more than 25-year career, Graham Wood Drout & IKO-IKO's work has received multiple awards including both Best Blues Band and Songwriter of the Year from New Times Magazine and a Jammy Award for Best Blues Band. Blues Revue Magazine described his music as "Soul filling ideas that flow out of [Drout's] pen and into the heart of the listener...the result is breathtaking."

Artists of all genres cover Drout's songs and, most recently, Living Blues has The Bittersweet Sessions: Live and Acoustic in the top 20 CDs of the year. Drout currently has the #2 song on the Contemporary Blues Radio charts with Big Toe performed by Albert Castiglia on his release, A Stone's Throw, that is tied for second place as Blues CD of the Year on Sirius Radio networks. Joey Gilmore's recording of Drout's The Ghosts of Mississippi (featuring Drout performing on bass on the CD) won him the IBC award for Best Blues Performance 2006.

Today, the band is more energetic, vibrant and musical than ever with live shows that will reassure anyone that their mojo is definitely workin'! Visit them online at http://www.iko-iko.com .

About The Blue Note Cafe:

The newly remodeled Blue Note Cafe is no longer one of the best-kept secrets for great live music and dining in the Palm Beaches. The combination of a refined, yet familiar atmosphere offers Bourbon Street images and audible flavors of Blues, R&B, Soul, Zydeco and Americana season the room to create a fun, festive feel that is appropriate for anything from black tie to blue jeans and everything in between. A showcase for the premier national and regional recording artists of three generations, The Blue Note Cafe hosts concert performances for chart-topping favorites who feel right at home - no matter where they are from originally. Located a few steps from the Cobb 18 Theater in Jupiter, Florida on U.S. 1 at Indiantown Road, The Blue Note Cafe is convenient to I-95, Florida's Turnpike and Dixie Highway for easy access from Stuart, Port St. Lucie, Tequesta, Abacoa, Juno Beach, Hobe Sound, Palm Beach Gardens, Lake Park, Broward County, Martin County and all of The Palm Beaches. Visit them online at http://www.bluenotecafepb.com

For more information contact:

Daniel East

Little Silver Records

(561) 889-9932

http://www.littlesilver.com

Frank Eckles

The Blue Note Cafe

(561) 748-3212

http://www.bluenotecafepb.com

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