The performance kicks off at 8:30 PM with Joey J. Saye, presenting the 'Traditional Blues Hour,' followed by the Rosa's All-Stars Band featuring special guest blues legend at 9:45 PM. A single ticket purchase grants entry to both performances.
Buy tickets for the 8:30 PM show. Stay all night !
Admission is $15 in advance, $20 at the door if available.
• Doors open at 8 PM. To secure guaranteed seating, guests are required to arrive between 8 PM and 9 PM. Guests arriving after 9 PM are guaranteed entrance, but seating will be based on availability.
• Seating is available on a first-come, first-serve basis at tables and at the bar. Tables are shared.
• Rosa’s Lounge automatically reserves seats together when tickets are bought under one purchaser's name. If multiple people are buying tickets for the same group please add the group name in the Shopping Cart / Order Summary/ Customer Notes.
• Holding seats for late arrivals or no-shows is not allowed. Rosa's Lounge reserves the right to seat people in unoccupied seats after 9 PM.
All sales are final. No refund.
Joey J. Saye: A Rising Star in Chicago's Blues Legacy
Joey J. Saye, a gifted guitarist, singer, and songwriter, has been a shining presence in Chicago's vibrant music scene since the age of 15. Embarking on his musical journey at such a young age, he quickly captivated audiences with his innate talent and undeniable passion. Over the years, Joey J. has meticulously nurtured his craft, finding his voice amidst the rich tapestry of the city's blues heritage.
At the heart of Joey J.'s journey is his immersion in the Chicago blues scene, a realm where the legends have left their indelible mark. Influenced by luminaries like Robert Lockwood Jr., Jimmy Rogers, Otis Rush, Pat Hare, and Magic Sam, Joey J. has deftly blended these iconic styles into his own musical identity. His performances are an homage to the masters while retaining a contemporary edge that showcases his distinct personality.
Sharing the stage with acclaimed artists is a testament to Joey J.'s undeniable talent. Collaborations with the likes of John Primer, Jimmy Burns, Willie Buck, Mary Lane, Dave Herrero, Felix Reyes, Mondo Cortez and Tom Holland have allowed him to not only learn from his peers but also to contribute his unique sound to Chicago's musical legacy.