What’s New in Issue 137

April 26, 2013 in Editorial

issue-137Why does Steve Roux think leading a trio is like being of stage “…with your tackle out.”?

Why did Billy Boy Miskimmin commute from Australia to London to play harmonica?

Who destroyed Tommy Johnson’s new headstone?

How did Paul Long manage to see four Joe Bonamassa concerts in a week?

What happened when Norman Beaker met Lonnie Donegan?

All these questions are answered in Issue 137

And there’s more –

Otis Spann is Dale Storr’s ‘Keyboard King’ and Bob Margolin is ‘Blues Birthday of the Month’.

There are festival reviews from Scarborough and Cheshire and reports on live music at venues from Dorset in the South to Yorkshire in the North as well as dozens of CD and DVD reviews.

It’s a bumper issue with four more pages – all of them colour.

Michael Ford

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  1. neil williams says:

    the reverand peyton’s big damm band & kyla brox duo at friezland church hall greenfield saddleworth oldham saturday 11th may 7pm to 12am neilbluesnights@hotmail.co.uk

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