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Michael Harrison Blues – Fortune Favors The Brave Self-Release 2014 www.michaelharrisonblues.com 10 tracks; 49 minutes Michael Harrison wrote all the material on this album, his fifth release. Recorded in Denver by Ron Jolly who plays keys,
Rev. KM Williams - Jukin’ in the Holy Land: Live in Israel Nobody’s Fault Productions https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rev-KM-Williams/161352464251 CD: 11 Songs; 58:45 Minutes Styles: Hill Country Blues, Drone/Trance Blues, Contemporary Electric Blues In this reviewer’s opinion, the musical niche
Jeff Dale And The South Woodlawners - Good Music www.jeffdaleblues.com Pro Sho Bidness 12 songs – 40 minutes Some blues players have back stories could have come straight from Central Casting. Jeff Dale is one of them.
Dozzler and van Merwyk - Darkest Night Groove Stew Records http://www.bluesoul.de 13 Songs; 52:21 Minutes Styles: Traditional Acoustic Blues, Piano Blues When one hears the phrase “German-speaking part of the world,” what words leap immediately into one’s
Cover photoby Bob Kieser © 2014 Blues Blast Magazine In This Issue Terry Mullins has our feature interview with Tad Robinson. Marilyn Stringer has photos from The Winthrop Rhythm & Blues Festival. We have 11 reviews
Fife and Drom - Introducing Fife and Drom Self-Produced http://www.fifeanddrom.com CD: 7 Songs; 27:34 Minutes Styles: Contemporary Electric Blues, Delta and Chicago Blues If two blues musicians, a husband-and-wife team, had only twenty-seven minutes and thirty-four
Cal Williams Jr - Little Black Crow www.calwilliamsjr.com Self release 10 songs – 35 minutes Cal Williams Jr is an Australian folk-blues singer/songwriter/guitarist whose reputation has been steadily growing in recent years, both at home and in
It could have been a lot harder and filled with more trepidation and apprehension than it turned out to be. Moving from a (smallish) town in Indiana to the (big, big, big) city of Chicago and
Malaya Blue - Bourbon Street Mad Ears Productions www.madearsproductions.com https://www.facebook.com/MalayaBluesJazz?fref=ts Fourteen tracks with a running time of 56:45 Just the mere words “Bourbon Street” conjure up different memories for different areas of the world. It would seem