What’s New in Issue 130

September 29, 2012 in Editorial

Why does Kyla Brox think it’s the girls that get boys into music?

Why did ‘Our Monica’ go all coy at Colne?

Why do his band mates call Mick Ralphs ‘the missing link’?

Why does Tom Attah think that even Lemon Jefferson’s music was shaped by technology?

How do you decide which blues T-shirt to wear to which gig?

All these questions are answered in Issue 130.

And there’s more:

Les Back explains why Les Paul disassociated himself from the Gibson SG, Larry McCray plays gig of the month (on a Les Paul), a music-venue owner explains how to promote your band and a special Christmas-present-subscription-package is announced.

There are festival reviews from Norway, Northern Island, Edinburgh, Hampshire and Lancashire with gigs from Scotland to Kent.

Dozens of DVDs and CDs are reviewed including new releases from Ian Siegal, Paul Lamb and Larry Garner.

Michael Ford

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Comments (1)


  1. very good article on kyla brox a world class blues singer. with a great band.and a great picture

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