The end of the 1980s found McClinton deeply in debt, but a move to Nashville led to his Grammy-winning duet with Bonnie Raitt and other alliances that culminated with his Grammy-winning 2002 CD "Nothing Personal." For the past 10 years, McClinton's "Blues Cruise" has sold out each January, and he brings his longtime road band (including former Richmond favorite Kevin McKendree on piano) to show how it's done at the inaugural Innsbrook AfterHours Wednesday (April 16) at 6 p.m. $10. Ames
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