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Interviews

The Fast Track with Anthony Moser

"I write songs because I feel like I have something I want to express, and that is the best way that I can do it."

The Infinite Cool of the Legendary Dr. John

When musical legend Dr. John walks into a room, the air electrifies. The charisma-laden native son of New Orleans talks about seeing it all & learning right from "the best there was." As a result, he might just be the coolest cat in the music industry.

The Magic of Sonny Landreth

Sonny Landreth has developed not just as an extremely competent conventional guitarist, but into someone who has mastered a technique with slide harmonics that nobody can touch. Sonny's music is magical.
Ori Naftaly Band FEATURED

The Happy Blues of The Ori Naftaly Band

"We're fighting to bring the blues from Israel to the world," says Ori Naftaly

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.
Samantha Fish at the Spirit of Kansas Blues Festival FEATURED

Spirit of the Blues Fest: Q&A Interview with Samantha Fish

After a blowout jam with the boys of Royal Southern Brotherhood to end the night, Sam swung by the back porch to talk about her explosive career, winning a Blues Music Award, and unsuccessfully trying to buy fireworks in England!
Lee Pons FEATURED

Juke Joint Festival – Lee Pons Interview

Lee reveals the surprising meaning behind the name of his new album, his upbringing around some of the most famous Jazz cats on the planet, and what makes his rockin' rollickin' blues so powerful. Take a listen!

Juke Joint Festival — Interview with Low Society

We got a chance to visit Sturgis and Mandy from Low Society Band, the blues band with a great name who's definitely not your grandpa's blues music!

John Mayall Is Enjoying Himself and Looking to the Future

"Blues and jazz are intertwined; you can’t separate one from the other. It’s just different flavors. It all comes from the same place."

Eric Burdon of The Animals: Burdon of Proof

The lead singer of The Animals talks "House of the Rising Sun", an 'erotic' trip to the Vietnam Memorial, and his new blues album, which combines the urgency of youth with the creative sharpness of a seasoned juggernaut and the wisdom of a sage.
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