What’s New in Issue 135

February 27, 2013 in Editorial


Why could Maria Muldaur write an X-rated book?

Why was a heat-warped guitar the new start for Martin Harley?

How was a serious injury the making of Norman Beaker's blues career?

Why does Jo Harman think that sexual politics dominates the music business?

When did a Shakespearean actor organise a memorial for a New Orleans blues icon?

The answer to these and other questions can be found in Issue 135.

Plus: Mike Vernon writes an obituary for a Blues Horizon guitarist, Heritage Blues Orchestra play the 'Gig of the Month' and the manager of a top UK venue provides 10 tips to bands for securing a re-booking.

There are dozens of CD reviews and reports of live gigs from Cranleigh to the Caribbean in the March issue of Blues in Britain.

Michael Ford


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