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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 100

March 30, 2010 | 2 Comments

This is the one-hundredth issue under the title Blues In Britain, which would have been more obvious if the last issue, number 99, had not been erroneously numbered 98! The magazine, first published in 1989, was originally called Blueprint and reached 80 issues by December 1996.

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