"This is another kind of marathon, where you don't know the course and you don't know where the finish line is," says [Jan Kent], over the phone, about [Lauren Kent]'s recovery process . "The attitude we have is, let's train like you're going to run again. That's the fire in the belly. She's smiling now, just listening to me talk about her running.""I'm really looking forward to seeing Lauren again," says Aberdeen. "She's a lovely woman-spirited and radiant."There will be three sets, each saturated with a different flavor of the blues. [Mark Doyle] and The Maniacs, a British-style blues band with a big emphasis on guitar, will perform first. "I don't know her daughter Lauren, but I have a daughter of my own and when I heard the news of Lauren's stroke, there was no question that we wanted to help in any way we could," says Mark Doyle, world-renowned vocalist and guitarist. "And reading Jan's updates on Facebook about Lauren's recovery have been so touching and inspiring. There is nothing more fierce than a mother's love."