Issue 215 – November 2019

October 30, 2019 in Editorial, Uncategorized

In this month’s magazine we hear from Graeme of Deep Blue Sea who has some further thoughts on Trev Turley’s piece about pigeonholing in September’s issue, whilst Trev reflects on the New Crawdaddy Club which is closing at the end of this year. Wille Edwards, without his Bandits, is doing a short tour to raise funds for charities supporting the homeless. Black Stone Cherry, probably better known for their rock output have released a second blues album, so we get some details and background. Another ‘rocker’ is on the road but his roots are firmly in the blues as we find out when we talk to Glenn Hughes. Holy Moly & The Crackers introduce themselves this month.
Needless to say it’s a busy time of year for album releases, so we’ve allocated extra space and as usual we have your reviews of gigs and festivals, whilst our Radio Guide starts on Page 42.
Enjoy the read and get out and see some live music.
Enjoy Yer Blues!
Paul Stiles
Editor

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