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Interviews

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 — Dave Beardsley talks National Blues Museum

Listen up to hear all about the National Blues Museum, the good it's already doing for the blues community, and how one localized blues scene is thriving and exploding with the support of a very successful website.
Reverend Peyton FEATURED

Juke Joint Festival Coverage — Reverend Peyton and his Big Damn Band Interview

The good reverend opened up about his (now formerly) secret upcoming new album, it's (now not secret!) name, and the band's deceptively powerful, unique sound that's made them a major crossover success while maintaining staunchly loyal to the old school blues that was their influence

Juke Joint Festival Coverage – An interview with Reverend K.M. Williams

We got the chance to speak with the powerful Texas cannonball Reverend K.M. Williams, an ordained minister and a striking modern version of old Texas country bluesmen like Lightnin' Hopkins and guitar evangelists like Blind Willie Johnson. Check out what K.M. had to say!

American Blues Scene Interview with 2012 IBC Winners WIRED!

We sat down on the back porch with this year's IBC winners The WIRED! Band to talk about their enormous win, how it felt to , and who the big winners liked on Beale.

Blues in Turkey — an Interview with Öncü GreyWolf

Blues is a universal language -- appreciated and revered by fans everywhere.

International Blues Music Day

New York City Bluesman Johnny Childs is eager to tell anyone who will listen why he initiated the grassroots movement to establish an International Blues Music Day. Find out why!

ABS interview with the legendary Robert Cray

Robert Cray has continued to be one of the most popular artists in blues and soul music for decades. Cray helped to shape the blues on the national scene in the 1980s with his...

Cedric Burnside sits in on the Back Porch

We spoke with Burnside about his many talents,his budding new business, playing with Samuel L. Jackson, and, of course, coming up learning the blues with one of the greatest bluesmen in the world; his grandfather.
Matt Guitar Murphy FEATURED

Matt “Guitar” Murphy Delivers at Black Eyed Sally’s

Ten years removed from a stroke that had doctors saying he wouldn’t be able to play again, Matt “Guitar” Murphy, 81, is proving age and injury can't diminish his skill set.
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