Christine Ohlman

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Introduction Christine is the current, long-time vocalist with the Saturday Night Live Band, who sang at Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary bash at The Garden and the Central Park Summerstage Tribute To Janis Joplin; appears on Grammy nominees A Tribute To Howlin Wolf (with Taj Mahal and Lucinda Williams) and Charlie Musselwhite’s One Night In America (with Marty Stuart); sings the theme song for NBC’s 30 Rock; duets live whenever possible with blues legends Eddie Kirkland and Hubert Sumlin; collaborated with Marshall Crenshaw on a critically-acclaimed track for Labour Of Love: The Music of Nick Lowe and Big Al Anderson on Pawn Shop Guitars, as well as with Ian Hunter on his latest, Shrunken Heads; edited Andrew Loog Oldham’s autobiography 2Stoned; worked with Bonnie Raitt & Ry Cooder on the Rhythm & Blues Foundation Awards, all the while continuing to torch clubs in support of her recordings--Strip, The Hard Way, Radio Queen, Wicked Time, Re-Hive (a 2008 career retrospective), and 2010's The Deep End, her first CD of original material in five years, with special guests Ian Hunter, Dion DiMucci, Levon Helm, Marshall Crenshaw, and many more.