This week features one of the most powerful, soulful guitarists in Chicago’s history: the late Luther Allison from way back in January, 1997, just seven months before his untimely death.
R.L. Burnside talks about getting the name “Reverend”, eating neck bones, and his musical family
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown talks about his process, NOT being a bluesman, his best home cooking, and knowing he was going to be a musician before he even left the womb!
Every week, Elwood Blues digs deep down between the seats and pulls another interesting, exciting, revealing interview with another blues personality from the archives.