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Catching up with Maria

She's made 36 albums in 36 years. And Maria Muldaur is still going strong. Singing both jug band, R&B and the blues, her songs are uplifting and reach fans' hearts and minds. "I sing and people feel good," Muldaur said. "I sing a music that's timeless." Muldaur, who is best known for singing "Midnight at the Oasis," is excited to return to Lodi this month for a night of soul with her Red Hot Bluesiana Band.

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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 12:00 am

The last time Maria Muldaur sang her 1974 hit, "Midnight at the Oasis" on a stage in Lodi, it was a summer day in the '80s and she shared the microphone with a lineup of musicians, including BJ Thomas.

"It was a hot afternoon, and we did a great show," Muldaur said in a phone interview this week from her seat beneath a coconut tree outside the Honolulu Airport. She was waiting for a connecting flight to take her to a 10-day Hawaiian yoga retreat.

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