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Interviews

AirPlay Direct FEATURED

Interview with Michael Harnett of AirPlay Direct

This is a must-hear for artists looking to bring their music international airplay without having to sell all of their belongings to pay for it!

On the Back Porch with Blues Prodigy Tallan Latz

Tallan Latz is the 11 year old blues guitar hero who's rising star shines brighter every day. Tallan is one of those rare souls who's talent and charisma is well beyond his age, and we were thrilled to chat with him!

On The Back Porch With Joanne Shaw Taylor

Mentored by Dave Stewart and now on her second tour with Ruf Records’ Blues Caravan, Joanne Shaw Taylor has made a name for herself.
Dana Fuchs at JazzBones in Tacoma, Washington (Photo: Carolyn Frye)

Dana Fuchs, the Force of Nature

American female Blues singer with a raw sexuality, ideally with unruly hair and, oh yes, a voice that erupts like the entire field of the Daytona 500 blowing past and nobody’s having engine trouble.

Becky Barksdale's Star Is Rising

Becky Barksdale talks about her new album, working with Michael Jackson, being a female musician today, and working with the Blues Heaven Foundation.

Marc Broussard: Soulful, Aware, and Giving Back

"I think that artists like myself are uniquely positioned to affect change in our society, and music is the leading driver of culture I think."

Noel Webster: Restoring History, and Giving Chess Records a New Start – Part One

"We’ve already recorded albums that are going to be released very soon. The records are already done and in the can."
Charlie Musselwhite

Charlie Musselwhite Sits Down With the American Blues Scene

We recently sat down with 6 time Grammy award winner Charlie Musselwhite to discuss his new album "The Well"

If Carl Weathersby Tells You He’s Bored, Don’t Believe Him

"If I wasn't so old, I don't know if I would continue to do this stuff," says Carl Weathersby after an eight hour session at Chicago's famous late-night blues club, Kingston Mines

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.
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