All posts tagged "blues"
Jackson Price and the Blues Rockets, ‘I Used to Have Fun’ – Review
Any blues fan will tell you if you start listening to a blues song and your feet start tapping in the first 15 seconds, it’s gonna be a fun ride. And so it began with “Threshold,” the...
- Posted March 19, 2020
T-Bone Walker, Stormy Monday
The late B.B. King cited him as the musician who inspired him to learn to play guitar. Historically, along with jazz great Charlie Christian, he is one of the very earliest electric guitar masters and showmen. A...
- Posted January 16, 2019
Blue Notes. Backstories and Insights
Onstage Magazine is adding a new feature called Blue Notes so that we may help keep this important part of our musical heritage alive and thriving. Hector Montes is going to discuss blues artists of the past, as well...
- Posted November 22, 2018
Buddy Guy Turns Palladium Into His Own Blues Club
What can I say about the Buddy Guy performance recently at the Carmel Palladium (The Center For Performing Arts) that hasn’t already been said time and time again? That is why I am not going to talk...
- Posted September 25, 2018
Delta Deep “East Coast Live” Reviewed
“We wanna see some attitude.” There’s no shyness or trepidation as Delta Deep takes the stage with a whole lot of attitude care of powerhouse vocalist Debbi Blackwell-Cook. As she tells the audience what she expects from...
- Posted January 24, 2018
Quinn Sullivan Plays Rockwood Music Hall NYC – Review
Ten years ago, legendary blues artist Buddy Guy brought a young boy onstage to play guitar with him. The boy was Quinn Sullivan and his talent moved Buddy Guy to become his musical mentor. Over the past...
- Posted February 8, 2017
Blues Guitarist Quinn Sullivan on Life and the Midnight Highway
“Life’s been good to me so far.”…Joe Walsh For Quinn Sullivan, it sure has. The seventeen year-old guitarist from Massachusetts first gathered attention when he appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show over ten years ago. But it...
- Posted February 1, 2017
Scott Taylor, ‘Blues Kitchen’ Reviewed
Every now and then you get to hear, or more accurately, you get to feel the blues through an artist. On his new release, Blues Kitchen, Scott Taylor not only shares the feeling, but serves it up...
- Posted November 14, 2016
Thank You. The Naveblues Reimagines Zep
Thank You. First rule of doing a cover song is “Do No Harm.” That rule especially resonates when the song is a classic, originally done by a band of legendary status. That being said, The Naveblues, an...
- Posted October 26, 2016
Charles Bradley Forced to Cancel Tour Dates
October, 2016 CHARLES BRADLEY & HIS EXTRAORDINAIRES FORCED TO CANCEL UPCOMING TOUR DATES DUE TO ILLNESS Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires have spent the majority of 2016 on the road in support of Bradley’s latest album —...
- Posted October 6, 2016