"No more boundaries. Nothing like the blues, the soul and the jazz crashed the thick wall of discrimination and racial prejudice."
Luca Sapio: The Blind Faith Of Soul
Italian Luca Sapio mostly known as a singer he is also a producer and an engineer. He owns a studio full of sweet vintage gear. His goal is to find the missing link between the…Continue
"When you consider the roots of the blues and the fact that there is a place in blues and blues rock for people and groups to recite the more divisive rhetoric of the day and be taken seriously, ..and are popular, …in these genres, you can see that it’s ok that you can get out of The Blues what you want nowadays."
The Bush League: RVABlues
"Blues and soul music have always been genres that have united people across all of the lines that typically divide. If you look back at the history of places like FAME Studios and Stax Records, you see people from all different walks of life working together."
Joyann Parker: Love American songbook
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"All those styles of music historically have pushed the boundaries forcing the truth on people to think, act, learn, change. I was just watching the Earth Song video by Michael Jackson. Wow, that is powerful. First it takes artists brave enough to tell the truth, then the media’s willingness to put it out there."
Kathryn Grimm: Electric Blues…Continue
"My hopes are to surge in the moon non-stop, with everything that I do. My fears are where the world is going, at this rate. And if the expectation can be provided from what it is that I do, that God has blessed me to be able to do, then there may be some hope."
Eric Gales: Pure, Free and…Continue
"Maybe, One day a change will appear out of the Sky for all the women who sings the Blues."
Carolyn Gaines: The Blues Singer
Carolyn Gaines was born into the blues as the daughter of the great guitarist-singer Roy Gaines who was superstar Diana Ross and Billie Holiday’s guitarist. In addition, her uncle is saxophonist Grady Gaines, who worked with…Continue
"The racial, political socio-scene has more affect on the blues culture. It’s getting harder for the average person to make ends meet. The music is some relief from the day-to-day struggle. There are a lot of blues societies and people involved in supporting the blues but they are basically just maintaining, working hard, keeping the blues alive and well!"
Guitar Jack Wargo: Keepin It…
"What I miss about music of the past is the musicianship, style and character of the musicians. Music relied less on engineers, over dubbing and electronic wizardry."
Gus Spenos: Let The Fun Times Roll!!
Gus Spenos is a killer sax player who fronts a monster big band outta the Indianapolis area. He’s one of those guys that has a velvety-smooth…Continue
"I would hope that people would finally have enough of this homogenized crap they pawn off as music nowadays and demand something substantial. But that's highly doubtful."
The Dark Zone of High Energy Rock n' Roll
THE FUZZTONES' Dark Zone, finally on…Continue
"I’ve learned that the music gives a voice to how I’m feeling about myself or the world around me. The blues gives meaning to my memories and life’s experiences."
Reverend Raven: Smokin' Passion
Bringing crowds to their feet at the hardest to please and sophisticated night clubs in the Midwest, Reverend Raven and the Chain Smoking Altar Boys play…Continue