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“We’ve got a few slower songs we play if we’re doing two sets a night, but for the most part we like to rock out.” – Tim “Too Slim” Langford
“I love the ‘golden era of gospel’ of the 50s – the quartets and small ensembles are my favorites. Dorothy Love Coates was probably the preeminent artist of that time.” – Angela Strehli
“I try to keep the music honest and direct like my heroes did. I add a modern twist to reflect this present moment in time, just like they did.” Lightnin’ Malcolm
Harmonica ace Bob Corritore once again puts together an all-star blues showcase of his amazing friends. The cream of today’s…
Pure acoustic Bobs premiere the video for “Blessings and Blues” from forthcoming album ‘So Far,’ out June 17 via VizzTone!
” I love making music. I love being in the studio. I love songwriting. And I really love what I do.” – Gina Sicilia
These are historic recordings from Bob Corritore’s vast archives of performances with some of the biggest names in the blues at his Phoenix, Arizona club, The Rhythm Room.
As Monk tells it, the song comes from his mother’s words, as he was growing up: “She used to tell me that all the time when I was a kid. She used to say ‘Shut up, you think you be a preacher?’ Ha ha ha. She always said the right thing.”