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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.
Mike Zito ignored the naysayers when he formed his record label. And he’s ahead of the curve with his new album ‘Blues for the Southside,’ a 17-cut live extravaganza that will blow your head off and “take you there” as the Staple Singers would say.
What Bob Wolfman does with his mentor isn’t a retreat, but rather an inspiration
More than 60 years after first helping to break the glass ceiling by defining the sultry siren in the all-male rock and roll bastion, Ronnie Spector remained a role model for contemporary artists like the late Amy Winehouse
The variety of styles of all these artists who guest on this album says something significant about Dion’s own eclecticism and underlines his already well established 66-year legacy
Conversations with iconic duo Larry and Teresa are like an open jam where two guitarists vamp off each other, or a first date where a couple clicks and both people know and trust the time together is magic.