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Jamification Station Vol. 1 is a live EP culled from singer/guitarist Debra Devi’s livestream show, “Jamification Station,” hosted by American Blues Scene.
“I was searching for a fresh way to interpret such a well-known song, so I tuned my Les Paul Jr. to DADGAD. That magic sound helped the entire arrangement fall into place!” – Debra Devi
King of the Hokum? In this day and age, the crown fits squarely on the head of Chris “BadNews” Barnes while he sits comfortably on the throne of ‘BADNEWS RISING.’ Long live the king!
A Zillion Stars Overhead will be released Thursday, April 23 by Devi’s True Nature Records
“Tired of Waiting” features thick drop-D rhythm guitar work and two extraordinary guitar solos from Devi– a stinging bluesy solo mid-song and the trippy two-minute slide solo that closes the song.
On July 13th, author and American Blues Scene contributor Debra Devi will receive a Proclamation from the City of Jersey City in recognition of her award-winning book.
The Cutting Room and recording artist Eliza Neals present a rare visit by the Motown legendary songwriter Barrett Strong, who co-wrote “Heard it Through the Grapevine,” “Papa Was a Rolling Stone, “War”, and more.
The show closed with all three artists back on stage, joined by Harerra on harp, for a rousing “Catfish Blues,” first recording in 1941 by Robert Petway. The True Blues trio intends to donate a portion of any profits from the tour, CD and DVD to “a blues-related charity.”
The blues is in good hands, folks, the blues is in good hands.