Best of American Blues Scene

Best Of American Blues Scene – Keith Richards, Joe Bonamassa, Doctor Dan

For the month of December the American Blues Scene is going to take a trip down memory lane and we'll be digging out some of our favorite pieces that have previously appeared in our publication. We've experienced a year of phenomenal growth and we just want to make sure that our readers, old and new have the the opportunity to enjoy all of the great content that the American Blues Scene is known for.

Best of American Blues SceneFor the month of December the American Blues Scene is going to take a trip down memory lane and we’ll be digging out some of our favorite pieces that have previously appeared in our publication. We’ve experienced a year of phenomenal growth and we just want to make sure that our readers, old and new have the the opportunity to enjoy all of the great content that the American Blues Scene is known for.

We’re calling this series the “Best of American Blues Scene,” and although the main focus is on content you might have missed from the last year or so, we’ll be diving back in time even further to pull interesting articles from American Blues Scene’s earlier years! We can’t even begin to tell you how many messages we get thanking us for re-posting something. In fact, this first post concentrates on three articles from 2011.

Here are the first three pieces lined up for the debut in this series, we sincerely hope you enjoy:

 

Keith Richards’ “Life” is Bluesy, Dirty, and Magnificent

 

A Conversation With Joe Bonamassa – Who Needs Rolling Stone or SPIN?

 

Doctor Dan Ivankovich – Big Bluesman, Bigger Heart

 

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