“I want to do everything I can to inspire people and help make people’s lives better, even if its just for the night.”
I think people will be thrilled with the diversity of this album. The passion behind it; it is electrifying on some tracks and can bring you to tears on other ones.
Things are fun for me. I’m very lucky. I get to make records, play and make music.
I love them very much. We’re brothers. We love each other like brothers, we fight like brothers, and we make up like brothers. It’s a team!
I had to relearn how to talk, I couldn’t speak; I didn’t recognize my kids. I had to relearn how to walk again. Basically, I was gone.
I think part of it is that blues is this great big tent, and there’s all kinds of blues, and I love all of it.
Reba is as raw as her back story, and talking to her is like peeling back the skin of an onion. The meatier it gets, the more you cry.
To say that Joan Osborne is pleased to be co-headlining with Mavis Staples, one of her strongest influences, would be a gross understatement. Both strong women are at the peaks of their careers as their new tour kicks off.
IBC winning guitarist, singer and songwriter Zak Harmon’s road from the Mississippi Delta to L.A. to acclaim as a singer is powerfully coming full circle.
I never thought I’d call a blues band “authentic” that splashed a heavy dollup of Ramones punk attitude onto a bed of alien invasion smoothy guitars, but Ted Drozdowski’s Scissormen are unquestionably authentic.