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What’s New In Issue 145

January 3, 2014 | Leave a comment

In January’s Issue we start our two part article on the legendary Producer Mike Vernon, we talk to No Sinner and Brothers Groove. The new Newcastle Blues Club is our Club this month and the Big Picture features Joanne Shaw Taylor and Alan Nimmo taken by Adam Kennedy. We have reviews of Festivals, CD releases […]

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What’s New In Issue 144

December 13, 2013 | Leave a comment

In December’s Issue, as you can see, we bring you a feature on Ron Sayer Jr, we continue our interview with Gary Fletcher and talk to Eric Bibb and Blues Boy Dan. Blues With Bottle is our Club this month and the Big Picture of Rosco Levee in action comes from Rob Stanley. We have […]

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What’s new in Issue 143

October 30, 2013 | Leave a comment

In this issue naturally we bring you the latest news, we talk to Gary Fletcher as he goes on tour with The Blues Band and likewise with Bill Wyman before his nationwide Rhythm Kings tour. Also we’re in conversation with Joe Bonamassa at the risk of incurring the wroth again of Mr. Sore (Aug’13 140 […]

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What’s New in Issue 142

October 3, 2013 | Leave a comment

October 2013’s issue is jammed packed with interviews and reviews. Unfortunately the gig guide suffered a sorting glitch and we are working on that now. This month we talk to Dave Arcari, Joanne Shaw Taylor  and BabJack who release their new album ‘Running man’ this month. You can find out about The Red Dirt Skinners, […]

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What’s New in Issue 141

August 30, 2013 | 1 Comment

Here we are then with my first issue as Editor, I hope you enjoy the read. In the centre pages we’ve started a new feature called The Big Picture – this month Laurence Harvey caught Larry Miller and Derek White having fun on stage at The Limelight Theatre, Aylesbury. We’ve loads of reports from festivals all around […]

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What’s New in Issue 140

July 27, 2013 | Leave a comment

Why did Bob Hall get “…that little tingle on the back of the neck,” when he first heard Little Jimmy Reed? Why does guitar tutor Rick Payne say “…kids today would benefit from using their ears more.” How did the Nightporters make-up after breaking up? How did a Spanish conquistador’s search for gold help Moreland […]

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What’s New in Issue 140

July 27, 2013 | 1 Comment

Why did Bob Hall get “…that little tingle on the back of the neck,” when he first heard Little Jimmy Reed? Why does guitar tutor Rick Payne say “…kids today would benefit from using their ears more.” How did the Nightporters make-up after breaking up? How did a Spanish conquistador’s search for gold help Moreland […]

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What’s New in Issue 139

June 29, 2013 | Leave a comment

Why does David Migden think marching bands are “really pretty cool”? How does acoustic singer-songwriter Lucy Zirins prepare to open the show for blues-rock bands? Why did Victor Brox re-christen Norman Beaker live on TV? Why does Sam Hare say being sleep deprived is good for song-writing? Who does Dale Storr nominate as the greatest […]

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What’s New in Issue 139

June 29, 2013 | Leave a comment

Why does David Migden think marching bands are “really pretty cool”? How does acoustic singer-songwriter Lucy Zirins prepare to open the show for blues-rock bands? Why did Victor Brox re-christen Norman Beaker live on TV? Why does Sam Hare say being sleep deprived is good for song-writing? Who does Dale Storr nominate as the greatest […]

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What’s New in Issue 138

May 29, 2013 | Leave a comment

Why does Finnish ‘slide-queen’ Erja Lyytinen particularly like playing to English people? What new name for his band did Norman Beaker find on a Mindbenders album in 1967? Which overheard ‘phone call ‘outed’ Dana Dixon as a harp player? Which single does Alan Glen nominate as the top Chess release of all time? Why does […]

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