Sat.9/16 Maria Muldaur & Her Red Hot Bluesiana Band

One of a kind knock-out performer and a true American music treasure, Maria Muldaur appears at Studio Bob in Port Angeles Saturday night September 16th.  Known worldwide for her Grammy-nominated ’74 mega-hit “Midnight at the Oasis,” Maria’s hits are enshrined forever in the hearts of American music lovers. Songs like “I’m A Woman (W-O-M-A-N)” and “Don’t You Touch my Leg” and “Midnight at the Oasis” are still hits and audience favorites.

On show night, tickets will be available at the door.  Before 6pm show night, tickets are available online.  From 11am to 4pm, tickets are also available at Harbor Art Gallery in Port Angeles at 110 Railroad Av, across from the ferry terminal.

But Maria is not a one hit phenomenon. Recent nominations for current recordings include Album of the Year, Blues Female Artist of the Year, and the Koko Taylor award. Upstage and Studio Bob invite you to an unforgettable evening. Her last show that combined her hits and stories sold out and this September 16th show is a straight ahead evening of music – roots, blues, and some of Maria’s pop/rock classics.

Maria consistently delivers great music and entertainment. Her career is prolific, filled with awards, journeying through American roots from blues/rock to jug band music and gospel, as well as cooperative projects with everyone from Bonny Raitt to Marcia Ball. Maria’s longtime friendships with Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal, John Sebastian, Bonnie Raitt, Janis Joplin and many of the greatest names in music and her dedication to American Roots music is renowned.

Some of Maria’s past fun! Maria Muldaur with Leon Russell, Willie Nelson and Bonniee Raitt

During the folk revival of the early ’60s, Muldaur began exploring and singing early Blues, Bluegrass and Appalachian “Old Timey” Music, beginning her recording career in 1963 with the Even Dozen Jug Band. She then joined the iconic Jim Kweskin Jug Band, touring and recording with them throughout the ’60s.

During the folk revival of the early ’60s, she began exploring and singing early Blues, Bluegrass and Appalachian “Old Timey” Music, beginning her recording career in 1963 with the Even Dozen Jug Band. She then joined iconic Jim Kweskin Jug Band, touring and recording with them throughout the ’60s.

In the 43 years since “Midnight at the Oasis,” Maria has toured extensively worldwide and has recorded 40 solo albums covering all kinds of American Roots Music, including Gospel, R&B, Jazz and Big Band. She’s now settled comfortably into her favorite idiom, the Blues – but her performances can go any and everywhere based on her vast experience with rock, gospel, jug band and more.

Often joining forces with some of the top names in the music , Maria has recorded and produced on-average an album per year, several of which have been nominated for Grammies and countless other awards.