What’s New in Issue 128

July 26, 2012 in Editorial

Why did Booker T Jones feel it was so important to play blues in the East Room of the White House?

What does Jack Bruce think of Ringo Starr’s drumming?

How did a lager advert first turn Tommy Allen on to the blues?

Why did a broken leg turn out OK for Norman Beaker?

Could face-paint, revolving chairs and a clap-o-meter liven up blues festivals?

All these questions are answered in Issue 128

And there’s more –

Earl Thomas plays ‘The Gig of Month’, Hokie Joint reveal who they voted for in the ‘British Blues Awards’ and John Lee Hooker is ‘Blues Birthday of the Month’.

There are reviews of festivals in France, Wales, The Isle of Man and Durham with gigs from London to Laycock plus dozens of CD and DVD reviews.

Michael Ford

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