Interviews

Tyler Bryant

Tyler Bryant, Blues' Next Rock God, Hits the Back Porch

Tyler Bryant, the 20 year old, blues loving musical prodigy, is taking the music scene by storm... and in good reason! We got a few minutes with Tyler, and he had some amazing things to say!

The Magic of Sonny Landreth

Sonny Landreth has developed not just as an extremely competent conventional guitarist, but into someone who has mastered a technique with slide harmonics that nobody can touch. Sonny's music is magical.
Mr Sip Guitar Win FEATURED

IBC Winner Mr. Sipp & The Deepest Blues in Vicksburg: Authentic, Energetic, Bluesy

Vicksburg's got Blues. And now the whole world knows it.
Kim Wilson "Blues at the Crossroads" live at Benaroya Hall FEATURED

Kim Wilson’s T-Bird Shuffle

Kim Wilson, the only original member left in The Fabulous Thunderbirds, talks new soul album, being a veteran in a tough industry, and being the "John Mayall" of American blues!
Bill Wax FEATURED

Bill Wax Gets Serious about Sirius

Bill Wax talks about why he left BB King's Bluesville on Sirius XM, the impact they were making on the popular station, and "the huge gorilla in the room"

Lisa Lim – Featured interview from Reverbnation

This month we bring to you Lisa Lim. This female blues rockin' versatile axe-slinger has been touring, performing solo, in duos, and with her various bands over the past two decades.

The Bluesmobile’s Between the Seats with Luther Allison

This week features one of the most powerful, soulful guitarists in Chicago's history: the late Luther Allison from way back in January, 1997, just seven months before his untimely death.

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

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

Carroline Shines Honors Her Father's Legacy With The Johnny Shines Blues Festival

“It’s personal to me,” Shines says. “The backyard just feels right. I like sharing my home. I want a cozy feeling.”

Shawn Holt Remembers The Past, Forges New Path

I don't care if everyone changes and starts playing jazz and R&B, I'm gonna play Chicago blues. I'm gonna play traditional blues, and I'm gonna pay homage to the man that gave me the first guitar, which was my dad.
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