The Blind Boys of Alabama: Family Revival featuring Aaron Neville, Joan Osborne, Dan Zanes, New Orleans's Hot 8 Brass Band, Charlie Musselwhite and John Hammond

Formed in 1939 at the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind, the Blind Boys of Alabama have in recent years covered Funkadelic and the Rolling Stones, recorded a freaky album with pedal-steel prodigy Robert Randolph, and shared bills with Prince (at a club) and Dylan (at the White House). This week, the group—by now whittled down to just one original member, Jimmy Carter—spearheads its own three-night festival. For tonight's finale, the group ducks into blues and the earthy sounds of New Orleans.