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I have carried that philosophy with me all of my life and I thank them from the bottom of my heart.”—Eddy The big birthday celebration ended with the whole audience singing happy birthday to Eddy and the band of blues brothers on stage playing, 'Got Your Mojo Workin’ and did they ever.Eddy's fans were in the aisles dancing the night away and singing along.On November 5, 2007 Eddy was presented with a plaque by the Village of Skokie’s Mayor, George Van Dusen.The first, “Arts Legacy Award” was created by Skokie resident, Lynn Orman Weiss to honor the Grammy-nominated & Handy Award winner, Blues artist for his musical achievements and mentoring of young artists.Eddy is working on his next CD release on the Alligator Records label and looking forward to going back into Rax Traxx to record.
“There’s something very special about gathering with your family and friends on New Year’s Eve at the foot of the beautiful Carillon, sharing resolutions, laughter, ringing bells and enjoying the music of City Carillonneur Tim Sleep.
Eddy even has a new CD and video out of his 80th birthday, SOUL FUNKY now available here; CD Baby, i Tunes, Amazon and the Alligator store.
SOUL FUNKY LIVE was mixed with Rick Barnes at Rax Traxx studios and mastered by Mike Tholen.
Suter, Ghost Town Blues Band, Missy Andersen, Bobby Messano, Magnus Berg, Markey Blue Band, The Duo Sonics, Big Harp George, Altered Five Blues Band, Eight O’ Five Jive, Oscar Wilson, Big Dave Mc Lean with Steve Dawson & Dan Phelps It has been a great year for Eddy Clearwater the cover of Living Blues Magazine & five honors, awards in recognition of his master guitar playing, songwriting, humanitarian and social justice testimonials he shares in his lyrics with soul stirring songs written in honor of Dr. and Rosa Parks — “A Time For‘Peace’ penned while on a segregated bus from Birmingham to Chicago and arranged with new verses with Ronnie Baker Brooks & featuring the Memphis Gospel Choir in 2008 for the alligatorrecords CD, West Side Strut (#1 Living Blues Magazine Critics Poll) — “A Time For Peace” can be heard on the Alligator Records site and on all the Blues & Gospel DJ's around the world will play, it for World Peace Day this Monday, September 21st.“BB was so amazed when he saw me get up on stage and play with Muddy Waters.
BB came up on stage to play with us and he gazed at me and then asked me.....
I can’t think of a better place to ring in the New Year.” Festivities will begin at p.m., with complementary hot cocoa provided by My Chef and entertainment provided by Magic of Scott Piner.