Posts Tagged ian siegal

British Blues Awards Winners 2012

September 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

The winners of the 2012 British Blues Awards were announced at Newark Blues Festival on Sunday September 9th. All artists and bands were nominated, and voted for, by blues fans.

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What’s New in Issue 127

June 29, 2012 | Leave a comment

Why does Chantel McGregor say young guitar prodigies shouldn’t believe in their own hype? Why does Buddy Whittington describe Texas Blues as “…a country guy playing jazz”? Which 1967 European-Tour video inspired Vintage Trouble to bring their old school rhythm and blues to the UK? Which former poet-laureate writes about Colne for ‘First I Look […]

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What’s New in Issue 125

April 27, 2012 | 1 Comment

Who does Ian Siegal say should feature on commemorative British Blues Post Office stamps? Why does BBC Radio 4’s Count Arthur Strong say he’s ready to take over from Paul Jones? How did Southern songbird Lisa Mills first meet the blues in Alabama? What made Sugar Pie Desanto say her 1964 tour of the UK was ‘horrible’? […]

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British Blues Awards Winners 2011

September 12, 2011 | 10 Comments

The winners of the 2011 British Blues Awards were announced at Newark Blues Festival on Sunday September 11th. All artists and bands were nominated, and voted for, by blues fans..

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What’s New in Issue 107

October 31, 2010 | Leave a comment

Three of the musicians who are featured in this issue are key figures in the UK blues scene and have a musical connection. Harmonica player Paul Lamb came to London from Newcastle and soon made a name for himself. When they were not touring, Paul and his band, The King Snakes, hosted a Sunday afternoon […]

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