Welcome to the third episode, “Blues Night,” from our newest series Mark’s Park benefitting Safe Place for Youth.
This episode features 2021 B.B. King Entertainer of the Year award winner Shemekia Copeland performing original songs from her latest album Uncivil War as well as a few of her favorites, including a cover of her father’s—blues guitarist and singer Johnny Copeland—song “Devil’s Hand.” She’s joined by Afro Fiesta’s Mermans Mosengo (cajon/vocals) and Jason Tamba (banjo/vocals), along with Twanguero (lead guitar) and Whynot Jansveld (electric bass).
Enjoy this electrifying performance that is sure to have you up on your feet and join us as we help those who don’t have a home.
"Devil's Hand" written by Johnny Copeland
"Walk Until I Ride" written by John Hahn and Will Kimbrough
"Uncivil War" written by John Hahn and Will Kimbrough
"Honky Tonk Women" written by Keith Richards and Mick Jagger
"Black Cat Bone" written by Hop Wilson
Jason Tamba (Afro Fiesta): Vocals/Banjo
Mermans Mosengo (Afro Fiesta): Vocals/Cajon
Shemekia Copeland: Vocals
Twanguero: Lead Guitar
Whynot Jansveld: Bass