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“Jimi told me the reason he started setting his guitar on fire was because he couldn’t do the back flips like I did.” – Guitar Shorty
What Bob Wolfman does with his mentor isn’t a retreat, but rather an inspiration
“I think of myself more of a designer and artisan rather than a reverse engineer. It is very gratifying to understand what a musician is asking for and give them the feel or the sound or whatever they are looking for.”
Indie Blues Rock Artist Greg Sover on New EP: ‘I Wanted to Get More Edgy on This One’
Greg Sover Band’s new hard-hitting EP, ‘The Parade,’ is out now!
Review: Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s ‘Straight To You: Live’ Goes Beyond a Live DVD Experience
The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band complement each other perfectly, slip into each other’s pocket with ease, and put on one hell of a show
Adia is a classically trained violinist turned an award-winning rock and blues improviser, who took to her balcony to perform for an unseen audience of neighbors
1965-1967 recordings feature Jimi Hendrix’s first-ever recorded composition
‘Music, Money, Madness… Jimi Hendrix in Maui’ Documentary and ‘Live in Maui’ Album Due November 20
Film about Hendrix’s legendary 1970 Maui performances includes previously unseen footage/audio available as Blu-ray With 2CD Or 3LP
Editorial note: In honor of Amy Winehouse’s birthday, we’ve shared this article originally published in 2011.
“Blues is an honest look at real life.” – John Hammond