Chicago Blues Camp

Interviews

Samantha Fish Grows with New Skills and a Fresh New Sound

"You have to put your own spin on it. You have to find a voice... You have to find a way to be heard and you have to have something to say."

Dr. Marie Trout on Her New Book, ‘The Blues – Why It Hurts So...

"One of the most moving things for me doing this work was to unpack the therapeutic effect of this music, and how it helps us find peace..."

Heather Gillis Is Going Back to the Future

"I saw a movie called It Might Get Loud... I saw that, and I saw Jack White in it. I went down that rabbit hole for a while and dove into what he was doing. And he was really into Robert Johnson."

The Gospel According to Reverend Peyton

The only thing, that can save blues in America, is blues artists making music that people want to listen to, and play.

‘Sidemen: Long Road To Glory’ Tells an Inspirational and Important Tale

Theirs was the music behind the big names. Each, a master of his craft, influenced the world in such a way, that rock 'n' roll may well have been stillborn without them.

Walter Trout: A “Grim” Fairy Tale with a Happy Ending

His life story reads like the blues version of a Grimm fairy tale...

Quinn Sullivan Grows a Little More Every Day

"I got to play Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival at Madison Square Garden with Buddy Guy."

Bob Margolin Raises the Ghost of Muddy Waters in the Last Waltz 40 Years...

Margolin is currently on tour with The Last Waltz 40, a celebration of the original concert billed as The Band's last performance.

Walter Trout Is Back – Alive, Grateful, Humble, Better Than Ever

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.

Eric Gales Is Back, Making the Most of a Second Chance

"You should do what you can man. Do what you can, and try to make every day better than the day before."
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