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5201 S Harper Ave (E. 52nd Street & S. Harper Ave.)
"No blues tour would be complete without a trip to the Checkerboard--at least according to Prince and the Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards, who were known to pop in for late-night jam sessions."
1249 E 87th St (btwn S Avalon Ave & S Kimbark Ave)
"Great DJ on Friday's, DJ P Dyddy!"
2548 N Halsted St (at Wrightwood Ave)
"LOVE this place, the dual stages with rotating artist is brilliant. GREAT artist / music here, and cold beer. Be sure to stroll to the back for lip licking ribs, fired catfish, delicious soul food 😄"
Blues Brothers Mural / Shelly's Loan & Jewelry Co.
300 E 47th St (47th & Prairie)
"You can also like our store on Facebook or come see our blues brothers memorabilia wall. We also have a 2 ft tall Jake and Elwood statue on display in our window. www.facebook.com/shellysloanco"
Buddy Guy's Legends
700 S Wabash Ave (at Balbo Dr.)
"One of the best blues bars in Chicago! Buddy Guy does a concert series in January, but be prepared to get to the bar early for seats. I was surprise by the $3 312 draft special on a Friday night!"
S Cottage Grove Ave (at E 49th St. (NW Corner))
"Chess Records was known for its regular band of session musicians who played on most of the company's Chicago soul recordings."
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