4th Anniversary of

48th Street Chicago Blues

On 9th Saturday, April, 2005, 48th Street Chicago Blues will celebrate its last anniversary at Hart Avenue. The last four years have been very special to me; every day in the last four years, my life revolved around 48th Street, revolved around music. In terms of music, 48th Street has been a hugh success; so many musicians found their footing in 48th Street (and I am the first one), so many musicians graduated from 48th Street. Speaking for myself, but for 48th Street I would never have become the musician I am. 48th Street provided the opportunity to many young msicians to play on stage to acquire the necessary stage experience and to mature into seasoned musicians. Many of these musicians have matured in the last four years and have moved on to become some of the best musicians in town. On top of all that, I made so many good friends at 48th Street, met so many musicians and exchanged so much musicial ideas.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all our loyal customers and music lovers and I thank in particular all the musicians who play at 48th Street, it is their music that made 48th Street what it has become : the heart and soul of live music in Hong Kong. I thank all the staff who worked at 48th Street. At 48th Street, musicans, staff, customers we always are a big family.

All things must pass, it is now time to move on. It is time to find another place for 48th Street. On 9th Saturday April, we will celebrate not only the 4th Anniversary of 48th Street, but we celebrate four years of good music that have been played at 48th Street, we also pay tribute to the musicians who made 48th Street the best live music venue in Hong Kong. On the night, the following bands will take the stage of 48th Street for one last time :-

 

Mad Mud 6:00 p.m

Alfred Wong & Mike Yip 7:15 p.m

Helter Skelter 8:00 p.m.

Reload 9:00 p.m

Razone 10:00 p.m.

Never End 11:00 p.m.

Speed King 12 :00 p.m.

Tommy & The All Blues 1:00 a.m.

 

Come to our party on 9th Saturduay April, we may never walk this way again.