What’s New in Issue 139

June 29, 2013 in Editorial


Why does David Migden think marching bands are “really pretty cool”?

How does acoustic singer-songwriter Lucy Zirins prepare to open the show for blues-rock bands?

Why did Victor Brox re-christen Norman Beaker live on TV?

Why does Sam Hare say being sleep deprived is good for song-writing?

Who does Dale Storr nominate as the greatest ever boogie-woogie pianist?

All these questions are answered in July’s Blues in Britain (Issue 139).

Find out what happened when a cub reporter tried to get John Lee Hooker’s autograph and prepare for your first radio session with one of the BBC’s top producers.

Plus, reviews of gigs and festivals in France, Wales and Ireland and, in England, from Cumbria in the north to Hampshire in the south.

Michael Ford

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