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We sat down with Joe Bonamassa, one of the best guitar players alive, to talk about blues, rock, guitars, and the release of his new album “Dust Bowl”, which hits store shelves Monday!
With 6 Grammy awards and 24 Blues Music awards, Charlie Musselwhite is clearly at the top of his game. 2010 turned out to be a great year for him, with a Grammy nomination and with his release of “The Well”.
We’re back with the second of three parts of our interview with the piano slammin’ “Blues Diva” Eden Brent!
When you are a Taft you grow up to be a lawyer, politician or go into business. Certainly, being a professional musician does not appear high the list but in Dudley Taft’s case by the time he realized this it was much too late.
Eden Brent is the sultry blues piano master who is topping the charts and thrilling fans worldwide. Her new album “Aint Got No Troubles” is number two, behind only Buddy Guy on the Roots Music Report.
We sit down with Mary Lou Sullivan, the author that recently released Johnny Winter’s long-time-coming biography Raisin’ Cain – The Wild and Raucous Story of Johnny Winter.
Beyond the quick wit and self-deprecating brand of humor lies a man that has a vast amount of knowledge about music and life; the type of knowledge that can only obtained by living through it, not reading about it. Check out Todd Sharpville’s story!
This part two of our interview with Todd Sharpville, in this segment we’ll be discussing his latest work and some of the great players that took part in it.
Next Big Sound’s massive digital data collection system is simply a must-have for anyone in the music business. If you’ve ever wished you had a personal assistant to monitor all of your social media sites, this might be for you.
We recently sat down with Curtis Salgado, and he had a lot to say! The man is a walking encyclopedia of knowledge in the blues world and beyond, and he puts off an amazing amount of positive energy.