Blues Overdose 4/24/2014 – These free tracks are available for 30 days. More info below. Download Instructions 1.) Click the link below where it says “Click HERE to download” just after any of the artist descriptions
Cover photo by Bob Kieser © 2014 Blues Blast Magazine In This Issue This week is our Blues Overdose Issue with 3 FREE downloadable Blues tracks. Jim Crawford has our feature interview with Samantha Fish.
JJ Thames – Tell You What I Know 11 songs – 41 minutes DeChamp Records DC100214 www.dechamprecords.com The fertile Detroit music scene has always been a major contributor to blues, soul and all combinations of both.
Leo Welch – Sabougla Voices Big Legal Mess 2013 www.biglegalmessrecords.com 10 tracks; 34 minutes The music of the churches in rural southern states retains the rough-hewn feel of yesteryear, albeit often with electric instruments. This release
Willie May – Moon Chillun Self Release www.williemaymusic.com The most rewarding music invariably emminates from the pen of a musician willing to take chances. Willie May is a musical sponge that takes from the musical spectrum
Steve Howell & The Mighty Men – Yes, I Believe I Will Self Release through Out of the Past Music www.stevehowell.ws 10 tracks / 43:00 When Texas comes up in a conversation most folks immediately think
The influx of female Blues guitarist in the past few years is refreshing and impressive. These ladies can burn and aren’t afraid to show anyone who cares to listen. Kansas City native Samantha Fish has been
Billy Branch And The Sons Of Blues – Blues Shock Blind Pig Records www.billybranch.com 11 tracks; 52 minutes Chicago harmonica great Billy Branch has been absent from the recording scene for a long time although he
The Danny Petroni Blue Project - The Blue Project DPS Records http://danpetroni.com/ CD: 10 songs; 46:20 Minutes Styles: Jazz and Funk-Inspired Blues When massive natural disasters strike, one fantastic way to recover (especially if musically inclined) is
Bobby Murray – I’m Sticking With You Self-Release – 2013 www.facebook.com/BobbyMurrayMusicBand 11 tracks; 55 minutes Born in Japan to a military family, Bobby Murray started out playing in the North West, befriending a young Robert Cray.