Author: Don Wilcock

Don Wilcock started writing about blues for the Army Reporter in Vietnam before there were any American blues magazines. He's edited five different blues magazines and interviewed 4000 artists. He's vowed to be the last blues journalist standing.

Escape to a world time left behind with music that’s as timely as it is carrying an American legacy, a Disneyland for blues lovers. This year’s festival begins on Wednesday with an homage to the late Bubba Sullivan, the visionary whose devotion to blues built an event that’s become the gold standard of the genre.

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“To me it’s just me doing what I do.” Today’s medicine for a world gone mad and his welcome home gift to fans, Charlie’s new album marks his moving back to Clarksdale from California. ‘Mississippi Son’ is out now via Alligator Records!

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