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CD Reviews INDIE Blues

By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 27th, 2017
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Anthony Rosano and The Conqueroos Independent Anthony Rosano and The Conqueroos are a relatively new band. Formed in 2012 their debut recording was 2014’s “Get ROO’D”. They followed up with the live “ROO’D Awakening” in 2016. The Conqueroos are two time International Blues Challenge semi-finalists wh...
By Rhetta
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 26th, 2017
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I am enthralled by You Can’t Do That! I’ve been a Beatles fan all my life and I can honestly say that I never imagined them this way. Bu oh, how well it works! Mick Kolassa and Mark Telesca are Beatles fans too, and at the 2016 International Blues Challenge in Memphis they started swappin...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 25th, 2017
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Steve Krase Should’ve Seen It Coming Connor Ray Music Steve Krase got his education playing harp with Jerry Lightfoot and The Essentials. In 2004 he formed his own band, “Steve Krase & The In Crowd”, and they won the award for Houston’s Best Unsigned Blues Band. The following year “The In Crowd” ...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 23rd, 2017
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John Primer & Bob Corritore Ain’t Nothing You Can Do! Delta Groove Music Alfonso “John” Primer was born in Camden, Mississippi but moved to Chicago where he was a regular at Theresa’s Lounge located at 48th and South Indiana Avenue. He played in Willie Dixon’s Chicago Blues All-Stars and in The M...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 19th, 2017
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Monster Mike Welch & Mike Ledbetter Right Place, Right Time Delta Groove Music When guitarist Mike Welch was only thirteen years old blues aficionado, actor and comedian Dan Aykroyd gave him the nickname Monster Mike. Welch released his 1996 debut recording “These Blues Are Mine” on the Tone-Cool...
By Rhetta
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 17th, 2017
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Bobby Messano has been up and down the scale a time or two in a lot of years of playing music. He has been music director for Steve Winwood and Lou Gramm and for county artists Jimmy Wayne and Rodney Aikens. For his own solo work, he chose to play and sing the blues and […]...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 17th, 2017
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Hector Anchondo Band Roll The Dice Independent Hector Anchondo was born in Omaha but raised on a farm near Salem, Missouri. He picked up the guitar when he was sixteen and has learned quickly. He moved back to Omaha in 2000 because there were more places to play. He formed his first band, Anchondo, a...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 14th, 2017
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Chris Bergson Band Bitter Midnight 2 Shirts Records Chris Bergson grew up in a Boston suburb. He began taking guitar lessons at a very young age and developed an appreciation for jazz and blues. He listened to everything from Muddy Waters to Miles Davis. Bergson moved to New York City and began to si...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 12th, 2017
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Eric Bibb Migration Blues Stony Plain Records Eric Bibb is the son of Leon Bibb a singer-songwriter popular during the folk music scene of the 1960’s. The younger Bibb was given his first guitar at the age of seven. Growing up in New York City he was surrounded by the folksingers of that era includin...
By Richard Ludmerer
In CD Reviews INDIE Blues
Apr 8th, 2017
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Ruthie Foster Joy Comes Back Stone Truth Music/Blue Corn Music Ruthie Foster is still on a roll. The former gospel singer won her first Blues Music Award as Contemporary Blues Female Artist of The Year in 2010. Since then she won the BMA for Traditional Blues Female Artist a.k.a. The Koko Taylor Awar...
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