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What’s New in Issue 131

October 28, 2012 | Leave a comment

Why does Ian Jennings say double bass is perfect for Lisa Mills’ music? What’s it like to have Alvin Youngblood Hart singing in your house? Which Delta Blues legend broke Tom McGuinness’ National guitar? Why did BB King call his guitar Lucille? Did Leadbelly really sing his way out of prison? How did an Allman […]

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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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What’s New in Issue 104

August 3, 2010 | Leave a comment

This month’s cover artist is Dana Gillespie, singer, songwriter and British blues diva. Dana leads at least three lives; apart from her blues career she also records and plays her own style of Indian music and she arranges the programme for the annual Mustique Blues Festival. The festival raises money for scholarships for youngsters on […]

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