What’s New in Issue 132

November 27, 2012 in Editorial

After 50 years of playing blues, how does John Mayall say he wants to be remembered?

How did a Bex Marshall song have her crying at her own wedding?

Does Tom Attah believe that Robert Johnson really sold his soul to the Devil?

Which is the most important instrument in the history of blues music?

Who was on the red carpet at the opening of the latest BB King documentary movie?

What happens when Hokie Joint go all-Christmassy?

All these questions are answered in Issue 132.

And there’s more:

Tune in to this month’s featured blues radio station on www.bishopfm.com (Gary Grainger's acclaimed Blues Show), Ian Siegal features in gig-of-the-month, and Les Back casts doubt on which guitar Robert Johnson really used in his recordings..

There are reviews of festivals in Canada and on the Isle of Wight and of gigs from Paris, Portsmouth, Wiltshire, Yorkshire and Surrey, plus all your favourite features.

Michael Ford

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