Who would be interested in a Podcast revolving around the places I visit?
This would include interviews with staff, inmates, patients, etc. Let me know!
A look around the Laundry Building at the Joliet Correctional Center
“Soul Man” - Portrait of John Belushi as “Joliet”Jake Blues
To show how young he really was when he died, Belushi would have only been turning 70 years old today if he was still with us. He left SNL in 1979 and was dead by March of 1982 at age 33.
R.I.P. Blues Brother
#johnbelushi #jakeblues #jolietjakeblues #bluesbrothers #snl #soulman
Stormy skies over the infamous Joliet Correctional Center.
A look inside Northern Segregation
Some light work, staircases, and a giant steel door.
A chilly reminder that winter is still here. The backside of the Administration Building, the infamous cupcake graffiti, and a look inside the gym.
A classroom in the Hospital at the Joliet Correctional Center, a Cellblock, and a cell.
The struggle has been real!
A look back at our 2018 adventures.
this moodboard was requested by @lane.pop7
!! after seeing the trailer and making this i really want to watch the movie now
Thank you everyone for helping make 2018 a very exciting year for The Chicago Bluesmobile! It’s been an unbelievable ride from start to finish! Some highlights from the past year!
-Interviewed by automotive journalist Jesus Garcia (jesusbehindthewheel)
-Featured in Rolling Stone Magazine article Sweet Home Chicago!
-Received permission from the City of Chicago to drive the Bluesmobile across Daley Plaza for photo ops in front of the Picasso!
-Crashed Wizard World Conventions in Cleveland & Chicago!
-Hung with NFL great and broadcaster John Jurkovic!
-Held a Bluesmobile reunion in Mt. Prospect!
-Invited to events at Ravinia Festivals, White Sox Park, and the Town of Cicero!
-And of course being chosen by Jerry Seinfeld for an episode of Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee!
The most important thing of all though has been meeting all our our new friends, fans, and followers along the way! I can’t wait to see what 2019 brings, and I certainly hope all of you come along for the ride!