The frontman for the hot, young band The Monophonics is the son of a legendary rock and blues sideman. Stacy Jeffress speaks with Kelly Finnigan about his band, his father, and his future.
Kyle Palarino sits down with Magic Slim to talk about Chicago, the Teardrops, and his new album, “Bad Boy.”
Bob Putignano says that Tab Benoit is “filled to the brim with with strong convictions on all fronts.” Check out this unique interview with “The Guardian of the Wetlands” and hell of a player.
Saxman Neal Sugarman is a very busy man. He is a full-time member of the very hot Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, leads his own The Sugarman 3 band, and he co-runs Daptone Records. Bob Putignano sits down with Neal to discuss all the hats he wears, as well as his latest Sugarman 3 release, “What The World Needs Now.”
Last week Robert Putignano said that Sonny Landreth’s “Elemental Journey” might be his best album yet. In this week’s Ezine, Bob sits down with the master guitarist to talk about the CD.
Anthony Gomes is back to the blues with a new album, “Up2Zero.” Bob Putignano talks with Gomes about the album and why the title describes where Gomes is in his career.
Long before Kevin Bacon was a world-famous actor, he was making music with his brother. Charley Burch sits down with the Bacon Brothers to talk about their musical lives.
In Part Two of guitarist Chris Cain’s interview with BluesWax’s Dan Harrell, Cain talks about his influences, his band, and about joining the computer age!
After Chris Cain wowed the audiences on the Blues Cruise with his masterful guitar and gut-bucket vocals, Dan Harrell sat down with him to talk about his music and much more. Read Part One of this fun interview in this week’s Ezine.
Bob Putignano continues his discussion with the Master of the Remaster, Joe Tarantino.