Jazz singer and pianist Mose Allison
undoubtedly has a legion of loyal fans in Cincinnati, as witnessed by his multiple appearances here over the past several months
. Further, he's most at home amidst the intimacy of The Greenwich where he'll be performing once again. Look for Allison, 71, to perform "Old Man Blues,"from his latest album. It's sort of a bookend to "Young Man Blues," which appeared on Allison's 1957 debut album. If fans are lucky, he'll do the much-covered "Parchman Farm" and his definitive version of Willie Dixon's "The Seventh Son." Allison ranks with that ever-shrinking Boys' Jazz Club, including Bob Dorough -- who raised many of us on the Saturday morning Schoolhouse Rock
commercial breaks -- Mark Murphy, Andy Bey and the late Joe Williams, as perennial and non-conformist Jazz stylists who coat their music with a healthy layer of the Blues.