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Interviews

Karl Denson’s Low Rider Blues

"I asked Keith about that once. ‘Do you ever get bored with your catalog,’ and he said, ‘Definitely not.’"

John Németh is Feelin’ Freaky About His New Release

"In show business, if you’ve been recognized for something you’ve done, you’re taking a big risk to do something different."

Marty Stuart Honors the Past, Looks to the Future

"You can’t keep music for yourself any more than you could put your arms around the water in a river. You have to be a part of the moment."

Third Man Recording Artist Todd Albright & His Guitar Revival – Part 2

"From an artist’s perspective, you couldn’t ask to be on a better label - as well as they treat their artists and the amount they’re willing to promote, stick up for their people, push their projects. You’re not getting that anywhere else."

Third Man Recording Artist Todd Albright & His Guitar Revival – Part 1

"He got married and had a family and nobody even knew he had a career in music, not even his wife. After he died, his wife found a scrapbook that he had kept..."

Selwyn Birchwood Picks His Poison

"We just try to sit down and write the best songs we can. I think if we can do that, everything will take care of itself."

Chris Antonik Comes Full Circle

You have to go through the shit sometimes. Well, I'm through it, and looking forward to a new chapter in my life.

IBC Winner Brody Buster Is All About the Music

B.B. King once described him as ‘one of the greatest harmonica players of our time.’ He was only a youngster then. Now he is aged a bit and like a fine wine, his music gets better every day.

Quick Chat and A Mad Soundcheck with Trenton Ayers

"The blues market is only about two to three percent of the music market, whereas if you look at rock, for instance—well that’s more like forty percent. See, if you can corner that market, you can make more money," Trenton Ayers explained to me...

Bruce Katz Talks Blues, Jazz, and Great Mentors

"I knew Butch for a long time, and he was a friend of mine. It’s heartbreakingly sad man. He was the most dedicated musician I’ve ever seen. As far as the music, he wouldn’t compromise anything."
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