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“I’ve been incredibly lucky. I’m going to bask in this extraordinary honor and my extraordinary good luck and I’ll set to work first thing tomorrow on the global unfairness problem.”
Hugh Laurie has a spirited discussion about an emotional moment after playing with Dr John, how all human life is in the blues, Jelly Roll Morton being an “olympian god” of music, and trying to introduce Bessie Smith to someone new.
The 14th Annual Latin Grammy Awards were held yetserday at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas and Latin Blues singer Gaby Moreno came up big.
In staunch defiance of the familiar actors-turned-bad-musicians stereotype, there was a distinct magic in Hugh Laurie and The Copper Bottom Band’s live set that evokes the rousing ghosts of a New Orleans vaudeville act.
Hugh Laurie’s “Didn’t It Rain” Is An Understated Delight. The album is subdued, mellow, and wonderfully understated. The atmosphere of the album is very unhurried, which really let’s the music speak.
Little Walter was the landmark harmonica player with a wild reputation and a pioneering harmonica sound that was as untouchable in the 1950s as it is today. One song in particular has withstood the test of time.
The hottest show in San Diego on Tuesday night is most likely going to be the Hugh Laurie show at the Belly Up Tavern.
You asked for it… a lot. Now here it is. This is “Guess I’m A Fool” by the world’s favorite grumpy doctor, Hugh Laurie, the star of “House”
Holy cow, Hugh Laurie (Dr. House) is one hardcore blues fan with amazingly insightful things to say about the blues and his many, often very early blues favorites.
Check out Hugh Laurie (Dr. House) playing some delta blues style slide guitar!