Archive for the ‘Interviews’ Category

The Record Company Interview: Chris Vos

Six weeks after The Record Company’s second album All of This Life released on Concord Records, the album and its first single “Life to Fix” climbed to the top of the Americana Music Association’s albums and singles charts. It’s not quite as big a moment for the band as, say, a Grammy nomination announcement or […]

Ben Poole Interview

British blues rock guitarist Ben Poole seems ready to break out. Poole was recently named one of 10 acts to watch under the age of 30 in blues rock. On September 14th, Poole will release Anytime You Need Me. Blues Rock Review’s Clive Rawlings caught up with Poole to discuss the album and more.

John Fusco Interview

John Fusco is a man of many talents. His first screenplay was the blues cult classic Crossroads. He’s also written such movies as Young Guns, Hidalgo and the new Netflix film, The Highwaymen, set to be released in October. He’s also the creator of the Netflix series Marco Polo. Not only that, Fusco is an author, but one of […]

Peter Dammann (Waterfront Blues Festival) Interview

Peter Dammann is a seasoned blues musician that has played guitar professionally for his entire adult life, including twenty years with the legendary late Pacific Northwest blues harmonica artist Paul Delay. At the same time he’s the artistic director of Portland, Oregon’s “Waterfront Blues Festival,” which is the largest blues festival West of the Mississippi […]

Dany Franchi Interview

Dany Franchi’s new album Problem Child is some of the best modern Blues you can get your hands on at the moment. He’s from Genoa, Italy originally, but it seems as though he will call the U.S. home for now, as his passion is the Blues. Blues Rock Review’s Ethan Burke caught up with Dany […]

Eddy Clearwater Interview

Hailing from Chicago, Eddy Clearwater is a blues music hall of famer. Blues Rock Review caught up with Clearwater to discuss his life in music, a new record, and more.

The Sheepdogs Interview

Canadian roll and rock group The Sheepdogs released their latest album, Changing Colours, earlier this year. Blues Rock Review caught up with drummer Sam Corbett to discuss the album and more.

Albert Cummings Interview

Albert Cummings is a contemporary blues master, very much inspired by and in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughan. On Live at the ’62 Center, his latest album, Cummings documents his legendary live show, demonstrating not just guitar chops but a strong, soulful voice. The fourth-generation master carpenter out of Massachusetts checked in with Blues […]

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