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A master of musical multitasking

Whether playing in a group or solo, Doug Bell stays busy

By Scott McLennan
Globe Correspondent / October 28, 2011

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Musician and songwriter Doug Bell, who comes to the Shalin Liu Performance Center this weekend as part of a duo of performances with the Jay Geils All Star Jazz & Blues Revue, has lost record deals, lost money, and could have lost his life to cancer. Yet at 64, Bell has never been busier - he’s got a new album of Americana, an album of ukulele songs, and a solo album in progress. “I feel like I’m 18,’’ says Bell.

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JAY GEILS ALL-STAR JAZZ AND BLUES REVUE

With Gerry Beaudoin, Harry Allen, Fred Lipsius, Doug Bell

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At: Shalin Liu Performance Center , 33 Main St. , Rockport , 8 p.m. tonight and tomorrow .

Tickets: $29-$49 , 978-546-7391 , http://www.rcmf.org