PICS: SD Blues Fest at Embarcadero Marina Park North

Woodstock star Taj Mahal headlined the annual bash at the bay.

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Legendary blues musician Taj Mahal, aka Henry Saint Clair Fredericks, at SD Blues Fest 2019.
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NBC7 and Telemundo representing.
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Local Whitney Shay getting down and feeling the blues.
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Taj Mahal was born May 17, 1942.
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He's won three Grammy Awards and earned 10 nominations in his career.
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And he's still going strong at 77 years old.
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San Diego loves its blues.
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Sisters Rebecca Lovell and Megan Lovell comprise Larkin Poe.
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They're from Knoxville, Tennessee.
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Sometimes, they're referred to as "the little sisters of the Allman Brothers."
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Child blues guitar prodigy Eric Gales, aka Raw Dawg, at SD Blues Fest 2019.
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Like Taj Mahal, he's also performed at Woodstock -- just not in the same year.
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