Well, last friday's show at the 94th Aero Squadron was their last. Due to the management loosing money, they've bailed on the entire live music program.A small crowd (mostly musicians) gathered for this swan song... and the singer? Michelle Wilson. She is a fabulous blues singer with influences ranging from classic Ann Cole & Dinah Washington to modern day folk like Etta James. She is very personable and infuses the performance with a lot of joy. Her band was very good... And her Hammond organist incredible. He did double duty on organ and bass pedals and didn't miss a beat. During one solo he was busy playing bass with his feet, and organ with his hands that he used his nose to hold another note. The sax/clarinet player, Scott somebodyerother, was great. And the guitarist was solid, but not flashy. They seemed to be breaking in a new drummer, but that wasn't a problem, he caught on very quickly. The music was great. Blues ranging in style from the classic swing blues to contemporary stuff. Most of it was very danceable, though no one danced. I highly recommend coming out to see this woman when she comes back to town. Oh, and an aside here, Michelle was quite impressed with the music scene here in DC. Between Bill Wax's daily blues show and the list of bands playing all over the place, she said it was much bigger than up in Boston. But with folk like, her, Susan Tedeschi, and Paul Richell & Annie Raines coming out of the area, they aren't doing too bad for themselves.