"I wish that African-Americans would embrace this music in its original form more. It is our history we should keep and preserve it."
Khalif Wailin' Walter:
Flamin' Voodoo Axeman
Khalif "Wailin'" Walter without a doubt belongs to the the new generation of Blues players coming from the…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 23, 2019 at 11:30pm — No Comments
"Music really is Universal, and you never know where your instrument will take you."
Will Jacobs: Burnin' Windy City Blues
Known for his powerful, live performances, Will Jacobs is a modern Blues/R&B/Soul artist. from Chicago, Illinois, USA. At 25 years old, he's no stranger to performance stages. Will honed his chops the old-fashioned way –…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 23, 2019 at 10:30pm — No Comments
"These days, things politically seem SO BAD that our music offers some relief and solace and alternative. Maybe we need less ‘big’ and ‘mega’ and ‘corporate’ and more ‘little’ and ‘local’ and ‘friendly’."
Mark "Kaz" Kazanoff:
Let The Lone Star's Good Times Roll
Mark "Kaz" Kazanoff is an…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 20, 2019 at 2:00pm — No Comments
"Music is the universal language. And it does cross political and social and cultural divides. I think we can learn a lot about how to bridge the gap’s between people from studying how music bridges those gaps. You can take a great feeling piece of music anywhere in the world and people will enjoy it."
Mark Teixeira: Groove, Swing & Feel It! …Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 18, 2019 at 11:00am — No Comments
"It seems that Blues and Rock music is most listened to by people a little older these days. I don't get involved in music that is politically motivated. Music is for all people to bring us together."
Head Honchos: Big, Bluesy & Forward
"Bring It On Home" (2018, Grooveyard Records) is the debut studio disc by hard-working band…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 17, 2019 at 3:30pm — No Comments
"I think the impact of the blues in the ‘60s was tremendous. Because it not only was a different kind of music, but it was a new culture. Totally."
Paul Oscher: Original Blues - Cool Cat
Paul Oscher is a blues legend. A blues singer and multi-instrumentalist (harmonica, guitar and piano), who while still in his teens, became the first Caucasian…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 15, 2019 at 5:30pm — No Comments
"It seems to me that Blues and Rock music and visual art can connect with people of all races and political parties. It’s a common language that nearly everyone can understand and feel touched."
Phil Goodrich: Waves, Travels & Blues
Phil Goodrich is a Florida native artist now based in South Carolina, studied Studio Art at San Diego's Point…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 15, 2019 at 2:00pm — No Comments
"Life is constant change and you gotta learn to roll with it and constantly reinvent yourself."
Danny Lynn Wilson: Peace of Mind
After years of traveling along life’s dusty roads, Danny Lynn Wilson has emerged sharing his “Peace of Mind” (2019) - a personal collection of Original Roots recordings expressing his profound inner experiences. Polished…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 9, 2019 at 11:29am — No Comments
"Really good blues artists write and perform from the heart. They tell stories about the human condition, often presenting complex and deep issues with startling simplicity."
Willa Vincitore: Good Choices of Music
A newly minted NY State Blues Hall of Fame inductee (August, 2018), Singer/songwriter Willa Vincitore has been building…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 9, 2019 at 11:00am — No Comments
"Writing about music is like dancing about architecture, you know. So, I really have difficulties finding the words explaining why I cannot stand 99% of the music imposed by the labels, radio etc. There’s so much randomness and lack of beauty in this word and this music is the right product of this society we live in today. What music misses is being more spontaneous and naïve as it used to."
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 8, 2019 at 11:30am — No Comments
Best advice came from my mother: "know what you are talking about in the song, it will inform the way you sing it".
Welcome to the world of Chic Street Man, a world soulful and full of wit and humor
Chic Street Man is a uniquely talented artist with an international following. His music transcends cultural and attitudinal barriers, bringing home…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 8, 2019 at 10:30am — No Comments
"I would zap all people who are greedy, mean, evil, territorial, power-mad, murderous, pessimistic, bigoted, stupid, depressed, or hopeless – with a magic ray that would turn them into positive-thinking, compassionate, intelligent, loving, and productive members of the human race, so they could contribute to solving the problems that threaten all of us with extinction."
Rosie McGee: Tribal…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 5, 2019 at 11:00pm — No Comments
"Mainly I see rural folk music as a manifestation of how well a given culture resists assimilation and influence from the outside. A robust folk music can only exist if it has confidence in itself, if it esteems itself and if its purpose is embraced by the community that created it."
Christopher C. King: Lament from Epirus
Christopher C. King, is…Continue
Added by Michael Limnios Blues Network on January 1, 2019 at 11:00pm — No Comments