The Blues Foundation has announced a new CEO, replacing Jay Sieleman starting in October 2015. The Foundation is in better shape than when jay took over, both financially and in popularity, that is a good thing, thanks Jay. Ms. Barbara B. Newman now has the reigns, and what can we expect from her, where is […]Read more
Friday’s Festival Preview: The Pennsylvania Blues Fest
It’s festival time thru much of the nation, and as always, we like to spotlight those outstanding festivals and folks who work so hard to bring you the mot outstanding Blues music events around town. The Pennsylvania Blues Festival is in it’s 24th year, and this year has moved to a new fan friendly location. […]Read more
Too Slim Sits a Spell . . .
One of the fun things about doing live sit down interviews with artists is where it goes. Like this one with Too Slim, where we sat and talked about his illness and recovery, and what it meant as an artist to be out of work so long and all of that. But in the middle […]Read more
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A Baker’s Dozen of Blues: April 13, 2015
“Roundin’ third and headed for home” is what Chuck Berry sang in “Brown-eyed Handsome Man” and a few decades later John Fogerty used that very same line in his big hit “Centerfield” Well that just about captures all that is going on with us this week, we are ‘headed home’ after the glorious Tampa […]Read more