Bluesman Charlie Musselwhite plays a mean electric harmonica. He might even be Dan Akroyd’s inspiration for Elwood.
Ben Harper, however, is perhaps the better known artist. The singer-songwriter shares the Granada’s stage with Musselwhite for a seriously worthy night. Start is a good option for dinner, just to switch things up a bit.
Meanwhile, the Undermain Theatre’s 30th season opener begins previews tonight, which means you get $10 tickets and drink specials. Profanity, a new play by Slyvan Oswald, is a dark comedy set in 1950′s Philadelphia and concerns a shady family real estate business struggling with its legacy.
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