Thursday, September 19, 2019

Tag: Blues

Interview: JD Simo

Tipped as the next big thing in contemporary blues-rock, JD Simo talks to Guitar & Bass about recording his latest album, learning from Bonamassa and the guitar that changed his life.

How I got started… Chris Rea – Rea-view Mirror

Veteran songwriter and slide ace Chris Rea looks back on what made him pick up the guitar in the first place.

News: Joe Bonamassa announces release date of new album "Blues of...

Joe Bonamassa has announced news about his upcoming album Blues Of Desperation, set for release on 25 March.

Interview: Mark Flanagan – Jools Holland’s guitarist

An encounter with Jools Holland led Mark Flanagan into a remarkable career as part of the TV star’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra, playing alongside some true musical greats…

Interview: Vintage Trouble – 1 Hopeful Rd

AC/DC, The Who, Lenny Kravitz, Bon Jovi – all these greats have had the pleasure of Vintage Trouble opening for them. Now, after four hardworking years, ‘everybody’s favourite support band’ have finally cut their second album, 1 Hopeful Rd.

Interview: Jared James Nichols Q&A

With his leonine locks, Jared James Nichols could be a mane attraction as he tours with Glenn Hughes this autumn. We chat to him about Les Pauls, Lynyrd Skynyrd and his new album.

Otis Rush Interview—Trying to Make Those Sounds

This interview was originally published in 2015. It's hard to argue with Otis Rush when he says he's fortunate. He was born to a poor...

Interview: Dan Patlansky Q&A

Seven albums in, Dan Patlansky is finally being recognised for his superlative blues playing, and he’s been reunited with the trusty Strat he nearly lost to Hurricane Katrina, too…

Rory Gallagher remembered (1948-1995)

On the 20th anniversary of the passing of one of electric blue's giants, Bob Hewitt looks back on the Irish musician's life and talks to Gallagher's brother Dónal in an exclusive new interview…

Mike Stern & Eric Johnson Interview – Guitar Summit

Mike Stern and Eric Johnson arrived at the peak of six-stringed creativity via very different routes, but put them in a studio and the sparks fly.
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