Hall of Fame bluesmen and old pals reunite for Everett gig

Charlie Musselwhite and Elvin Bishop play with a rapport developed over 50 years of friendship.

Charlie Musselwhite, known for his skills with the electric blues harmonica, is playing with fellow Blues Hall of Fame member Elvin Bishop Jan. 19 at the Historic Everett Theatre. (Danny Clinch)

Charlie Musselwhite, known for his skills with the electric blues harmonica, is playing with fellow Blues Hall of Fame member Elvin Bishop Jan. 19 at the Historic Everett Theatre. (Danny Clinch)

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