Bob Putignano sits down with jazz and blues pianist, producer, and writer Ben Sidran to talk about his new release, “Don’t Cry For No Hipster,” and much more.
Months ago Contributing Writer David Scott had planned on covering the Alvin Lee/Johnny Winter show at the L’Oympia in Paris. Little did he know then that it would turn into a great tribute to his friend. Share David’s special insight into this tribute.
In this week’s Ezine, Bob Putignano continues his conversation with reissue master Gordon Anderson from Real Gone Music.
From the Land of Oz, David O’Sullivan says that Santana and The Steve Miller Band are no Heritage Circuit act. Read why!
Bob Putignano has been reviewing a lot of the reissues coming from Real Gone Music. Now he goes to the Real Gone cat, Gordon Anderson, talk about reissues.
Booker T. Jones was one of the architects of the Memphis soul sound of the late 1960s as the leader of Booker T. & the MG’s. Bob Putignano sits down with this legend to talk about the past, present, and future of his music.
Contributing Writer David Scott offers a personal tribute to his friend Alvin Lee in this week’s Ezine. Award-winning photographer David Jacobs adds his own photographic tribute to Alvin Lee.
In Part One of his interview with BluesWax’s Bob Putignano, Dirty Dozen Brass Band drummer Terence Higgens spoke about the his work with the band and his solo career. They continue their conversation in Part Two in this week’s Ezine.
Senior Contributing Editor Bob Putignano hooked up with Terence Higgens of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band aboard the 2013 Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise where the drummer was playing in Tab Benoit’s band. Read the interview in this week’s Ezine..
Gary Weeks caught a recent Atlanta show of the Damon Fowler Group. Read all about it!