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Sybil Gage FEATURED

The Music Room: A Visit With Sybil Gage

American Blues Scene has been Sybilized in our latest featured article... and what a great thing that is! This New Orleans gem is a multi-talented and fascinating musician that you need to read about!
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Tacoma's Jazzbones Latest Victim of Yelp’s Questionable Business Model

At the end of the day Rankin really just wants for Jazzbones what most of the other businesses that are being targeted by Yelp want, to be removed from their site. Unfortunately, Yelp does not allow for businesses to be removed and therein lies the big problem, being included on a website the businesses want no part of.

Juke Joint Festival — Dave Beardsley talks National Blues Museum

Listen up to hear all about the National Blues Museum, the good it's already doing for the blues community, and how one localized blues scene is thriving and exploding with the support of a very successful website.
Ted Drozdowski at 2014 Juke Joint Festival

Ted Drozdowski and The Scissormen – Authentic, Innovative and A Tad Eccentric

I never thought I’d call a blues band “authentic” that splashed a heavy dollup of Ramones punk attitude onto a bed of alien invasion smoothy guitars, but Ted Drozdowski’s Scissormen are unquestionably authentic.
Lee Pons FEATURED

Lee Pons, an Interview with the Boogie Voodoo Man & the Art of the...

Fascinating blues piano master Lee Pons talks about solo, boogie, and plenty more!

A Talk with Big Llou Johnson — Golden-voiced Renaissance (Blues)Man

We got to sit down with the incredible Big Llou to talk about his new album, looking forward to playing with B.B. King, successful acting, and much more! This is a must-hear -- if only for his voice!
Shemekia Copeland at STLBluesweek FEATURED (Photo by Reed Radcliffe, TripleRPhotography.com)

Shemekia Copeland Refuses to Get Stuck in "Mississippi Mud"

The blues superstar talks her huge new album, covering Dylan, Sam Cooke, and her father, as well as playing at the White House, paving her own way, and being presented the mantle as the new "Queen of the Blues"!

Best of American Blues Scene; Gregg Allman & Buddy Guy Interviews

Best of American Blues Scene; Gregg Allman & Buddy Guy Interviews
Todd Sharpville

Conversation with Todd Sharpville – Part 1

Beyond the quick wit and self-deprecating brand of humor lies a man that has a vast amount of knowledge about music and life; the type of knowledge that can only obtained by living through it, not reading about it. Check out Todd Sharpville's story!

Frank Roszak and The Art of Promotion

"I talk to people. I take interest in people. (I) find out what they're doing, what they're about, What they do; just, everything. That's always been my way."
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