Big city blues, small town roots by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Clarendon musician Julie Corrigan performed at RBC Bluesfest in Ottawa on July 12.

Getting ready to step on stage, she knew performing was nothing new for her. The size of the crowd may be one of her bigger recent shows. The venue, elegant, clean, and indoors, with a capacity for 250 people, looked to be full. She knew her friends and family had come out to support her, but that, too, wasn’t causing the moment’s anxiety.
She had practiced and practiced, maybe squeezing in a few more rehearsals just to be sure. And her band was more than capable of backing her up.

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