BluesWax Sittin’ In With Craig Chaquico Part Two By Robert Putignano In Part One of his interview with Robert Putignano, guitarist Craig Chaquico told us about his musical upbringing and influences, playing in the Bay Area, and his experience with Jefferson Starship. This week, in Part Two, he talks more about his new release on [...]
” S’cuse Me, While I Kiss The Sky (Kiss This Guy?)” “And then Billy, he burned his guitar!” – My best buddy, Bobby McCoy, screaming into the phone, after seeing Monterey Pop. October, 1967 I was thirteen, and hanging out with new friends. One of them was Brain Sedore, a weird guy who lived [...]
Blues Revue Edtior Art Tipaldi recently had the chance to catch up with Derek Trucks and talk about the Tedeschi Trucks Band and his exquisite slide guitar voice.
On last week’s Photo Page, award-winning photographer Aigars Lapsa shared some of his photographs from the Lucerne Blues Festival in Lucerne, Switzerland. We liked them so much that we decided to run a few more this week.
Arthur Adams has worked with just about everybody in jazz, blues, and soul. On his recent two-track EP, “Feet Back in the Door,” he is working with Keb’ Mo’. Now you know that has to be good! Check out Bob Putignano’s review.
Having a house party soon? Bob Putignano has found the perfect music! Check out his review of Maceo Parker’s “Soul Classics.”
The four-CD set “Keystone Companions: The Complete 1973 Fantasy Recordings” by Merl Saunders and Jerry Garcia is definitely not Grateful Dead music. But it is great roots music with great musicians and cool packaging. Read Bob Putignano’s review!
The Lucerne Blues Festival is one of the major blues festivals in the world. If you couldn’t make it to Switzerland last week, on this week’s Photo Page award-winning photographer Aigars Lapsa will make you wish you had.
In Part One of his interview with Bob Putignano, guitarist Craig Chaquico talks about how he got started, Jefferson Starship, and about being a Bay Area musician in the Seventies. And, yes, he talks about the Acid Queen and Baron Von Tollbooth. You gotta wanna know!
With the holiday season in the United States and with Rev. Billy on vacation, on this week’s Blues Bytes page we share a little blues fable by Luther Badman Keith.