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PREVIEW: Howlin' Wolf 100th Birthday
"It's all about that booming / belting voice, I read once it described as ‘machinery working on a gravel road’..."
Mojo Weekends Blues School
A series of blues workshops running throughout 2010
PREVIEW: Tamikrest & Dirtmusic
"Tamikrest are bursting with energy and with enthusiasm for their mission. In a standard-issue world, they have that precious commodity: individuality. "
Bluesinlondon Photographer Andy Hall
Blues Kitchen Festival of Rhythm & Blues
22nd - 28th Feb 2010. The Pretty Things, Son Of Dave,Ian Siegal, Big Joe Louis & His Blues Kings, Little Barrie, Nine Below Zero
Preview: Oil City Confidential premier & Wilko gig
Dr. Feelgood documentary to launch across the UK with a ground breaking rock & roll cinema event.
Preview: Michael Chapman
"If you want a masterclass in acoustic guitar playing (including some highly individualistic slide playing), go see him."
Preview: Harry Manx
"Expect slide guitar blues, Indian folk melodies, a bit of gospel... Expect some instruments you don’t see every day too."
Charlotte Street Blues - Update
We catch up with Artistic Director Sophia Natso for an update on how it's been going.
The Blues Kitchen
Yes, yet another blues related venue opens in London. This time in North London’s fashionable Camden...
Five Years of Not The Same Old Blues Crap
A mini-festival of eight rockin’ shows throughout September and October that reflect the diversity of NTSOBC’s history.
Ramon Goose & The Triangle Project
The NuBlues frontman tells us about a project exploringthe roots of blues and jazz all the way back to Africa...
Another new blues venue, this time in Islington
Charlotte Street Blues
A new seven nights a week blues venue in central London
Back to Wax
Tom Rodwell on his upcoming shows which take the CD vs. Vinyl debate to a whole other level...
Charlie Munn takes us on a Cajun / Zydeco journey via Valcour, from Eunice, Louisiana
We put our money where our mouth is a launch our own label
Coulda Had Religion
David Atkinson casts a secular eye over God's music
Recapturing The Banjo
Otis Taylor's celebration of the history of the Black Banjo
Brother Can You Spare a Dime?
BluesinLondon writer takes underground music where it belongs: The Underground!
Man in... California - Episode 2
Carl goes to Chicago to play some shows
Instrumental Acoustic Players
Harrison takes us through a personal selection of acoustic guitar
players purveying a wholly instrumental repertoire.
Man in... California - Episode 1
Stellar pianist Carl 'Sonny' Leyland introduces hisself
Man in... Alabama - Episode
Eric chats with inspirational
local character Byron
Campbell Juke Radio
Atkinson finds an internet radio station worth listening to!
Man in... Alabama - Episode
Eric meets local legend max Russell
Nu Meeja editor Emily Clarke gives us the lowdown
on the downloads
Bar & Lounge, Camden Oct 2007
Festival of The Blues 2006 April
Man in... Alabama Jan 2006
Episode 1: Tales from the frontline in Florence, Alabama
Ain't Nothin' But... Dec
London's 'Home of The Blues'
Green Bullet Nov
A new London based internet record label
Not The Same Old Blues Crap May
South London's Punk Rock Blues club night profiled.
Change Mai Blues May
Our man in Thailand Dave Toussant gives us the lowdown on the state of the blues
in Chang Mai in the North.
The Spitz festival of the Blues 2005 April