"MUSIC, ART, and ARTISTS of all genres are taken for granted. They are not being paid for nurturing and cultivating their craft. If any employer told an employee that they would not get paid for their work, they would be screaming and infuriated at the lack of respect given them and yet this is how artists from all genres continue to be treated."
"Peter Gabriel has always managed to incorporate both the weird and accessible into his music which makes for an intriguing combination that is relatable to many of his fans. And while his music can mean different things to many people - universal themes like love, self-discovery, dreams, loss, alienation, doubt, hope – these are all a part of the human experience."
Jeremy Nesse & Deane…Continue
"Playing is music is like most things in life. You can do your best and some people will think you are great and give thanks for your effort. But many times, your effort will go unnoticed or unappreciated. There are too many different types of people, likes and dislikes to let it change you."
Ron Addison: Ride on Life’s Emotions
From the long arm…Continue
"The key so far for me is to find your center and be true to yourself. Don’t try and sound or be like anyone else. Find time to laugh and see the world take it on and meet people. Live life, be with family, loved ones and definitely try to find time go to the beach and be near the ocean. Don’t be afraid to try new things and make them a part of yourself. Talk to people all kinds of people it’s the best way to cure the blues."…Continue
"Being honest with yourself and others. Without that we have nothing."
Anthony Geraci: Blues Called My Name
Boston, Massachusetts-based Anthony Geraci’s fifteen Blues Music Award nominations and 2021 BMA win reflect four decades of musical excellence both in studio and onstage. A native of New Haven, CT, Geraci witnessed the live performances of…Continue
"JB Hutto is still popular because his blues were so essential and broken down to a really pure form. You could never get more authentic blues, and he wrote all his tunes, so when you hear JB, you hear his lyrics, his singing, his guitar, his slide and his band."
Dave Weld: Nightwalk Blues On The Slide
Chicago blues is Dave Weld’s lifeblood. From…Continue
"Music can bridge all barriers…race, socio-economic, political…it can be as simple as people forgetting their problems and differences for 90 minutes to enacting actual long term change. Let it move you, and a lot of other things will fall into place."
Mighty Mike Schermer: Just Gettin’ Good!
Mighty Mike Schermer was a fixture on the…Continue
"Children are just trying to figure out how the world works, they are like little alien beings, completely innocent and excited and they are looking at everything through their eyes. This is kind of magical…"
Miss Bix: The Tales of Blues Mama
LESLIE BIXLER aka MISS BIX aka LESLIE LETVEN has been writing, recording and performing since her early…Continue
"The impact is obviously worldwide. Who doesn't know Marvin Gaye’s "What's Going On” or Bob Dylan’s "The Times They Are a Changing" music has a way to tell the truth and shame the devil."
Harrison Kennedy: Thanks For The Music
Hamilton, Ontario’s legendary award-winning bluesman Harrison Kennedy is back with a brand new release on Electro-Fi…Continue
"You’ve got to understand a culture quickly to get what you want or need. The earth is in a terrible fix. Water to drink is a Huge issue. There are saints and assholes everywhere."
The Blues Stories of the Beat President
Andy Clausen was born Andre Laloux in a Belgian bomb…Continue