Willie Dixon – Seventh Son

Willie Dixon Willie Dixon has been called “the poet laureate of the blues” and “the father of modern Chicago blues.” He was indisputably the pre-eminent blues songwriter of his era, credited with writing more…Read more


Ana Popovic – Can You See Me

Ana Popovic 13 May 1976 – Ana Popovic is born in the old town of Belgrade, formerly Yugoslavia, the first daughter of Milutin and Vesna Popovic. Five years later their second daughter, Maja, is…Read more


Walter Trout – The Blues Came Calling

Walter Trout Walter Trout continues to do very well indeed. His new liver is functioning GREAT. Now dealing with the magnitude of re-training a body that has severe atrophy. He was wasting away for…Read more


Furry Lewis – Trail Of The Hellhound

Furry Lewis Born March 6, 1899, in Greenwood, Mississippi, Lewis acquired the nickname “Furry” from childhood playmates. At the age of seven he and his family moved to Memphis, where young Lewis took up…Read more


Cream – Crossroads

Cream It is really hard to believe that Cream was only together for a little more than two years. They were rock’s first power-trio and in their short history would sell millions of records…Read more


T Model Ford – Chicken Head Man

T Model Ford Born in 1921, T-Model Ford waited until he was 58 to start playing the guitar and until he was 75 to start recording. “He has been shot, stabbed, and poisoned,” wrote…Read more


Shemekia Copeland

Shemekia Copeland, one of the great modern day blues singers with a band that is second to none. She is currently touring Europe and if you want to see her you’ll have to hurry,…Read more


Andrew Winton – Numbers Down

Andrew Winton Andrew Winton grew up listening to Deep Purple, Kiss, Frank Zappa and Johnny Cash. He started his musical life as a drummer but in his later teenager years changed to electric guitar,…Read more

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Beth Hart Union Chapel Islington

On Monday 14th, December, 2015 I was very fortunate in that I had a ticket to see Beth Hart at The Union Chapel, Islington, London. I was there early and yet the queue stretched…Read more