From their early days playing together in Washington, D.C., to their years with Jefferson Airplane, to their current acoustic and electric blues music, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady have always been an important part of the American music scene. The duo formed Hot Tuna as a side project in 1969 to explore their passion for blues, jazz, bluegrass and folk, combining Kaukonen’s talent for finger-picking guitar with Casady’s interest in the electric bass. Joining them for this performance are blues icon Charlie Musselwhite on harmonica and guitar and two-time Grammy winner and Americana and bluegrass guitarist John Lauderdale. “[Hot Tuna’s] music is more current now than ever before.” (Popmatters.com)
Saturday, Feb. 19 at 8 p.m.
Tickets: $44, $36, $22
Family Friendly: youth through grade 12 half price when accompanied by an adult.