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Interviews

Mud Morganfield Honors the Past and Chases the Future

"Well man, I spent over half my life in the streets of Chicago. So, I’ve seen plenty of blues, and I’ve had plenty of blues."

Ben Harper Is in a Good Place

"When blues is doing what it's supposed to be doing, you wanna say 'Amen!' after it. It has a way of grabbing you by the chest and shaking the nonsense out of you."
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The Devil’s Crossroads – Owning a Piece of the Robert Johnson Legacy

"It could be a place where somebody could stop by and really learn something about Clarksdale, the blues, and Robert Johnson."

Jaimoe – The Last Superman Standing

"I still do that. I do that right today. I play with anybody I want to. Get a CD, stick it on that thing, and fire it up. I love playing drums, man."

Bernard Allison Gives Us Blues and Then Some

"I always tell people, 'I can not be my father, I can represent the Allison name the best I can.'”
Jesse Graves Photo by Brant Buckley

Brant Buckley Interviews Bluesman Jesse Graves

In the 1970s, Graves started his own record label to promote the blues music of his early heroes.

Angel Forrest On Why Her Career Is So Amazing

"You never know what’s going to happen when you’re playing live. You get on stage and you open yourself up; you cry, you dance, and you laugh."

Sexism in the Music Industry – Can This Still Be a Thing?

While sexism, on its face, may seem to affect up-and-coming artists more than those who are more established, nothing could be further from the truth.

John Mayall On ‘Three for the Road’ and the New Trio Format

"And that’s the nice thing about the blues is you can tell your stories through words and music."
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20 Questions With Andrew McGibbon, Jr. of The Bonnevilles

"Then I heard RL Burnside's 'A Ass Pocket Of Whiskey' album which is pretty much my favourite record of all time. It literally changed my life." - Andrew McGibbon, Jr.
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