|Women's History Month feature|
|March is "Women's History Month."|
In next week's e-Guide issue we are delighted to begin by honoring blues women in a cool series by Lynn Orman Weiss.
Weiss is a photographer, print and broadcast journalist and founder of the Women of the Blues Foundation!
|Photo Moments with the 18th Annual BFG Magazine!|
Here's Janet and David Burkitt at Old Town Blues Club in Temecula, CA on Feb 20, 2021 during a break at Michele Lundeen & Blues Streak's blues n' funky-post-Mardi Gras show. David's double-masking it here with one of the festive eye masks that were on patron's tables. Laissez les bon rouler!
Photo: Michele Lundeen
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|What's Happening Out There?|
|Thoughts about venues opening or not... share yours!|
|Hey Blues Fans!! Some blues music venues are opening up around the country. Albeit, opening then closing. What are your thoughts and/or experiences?|
Here's a few notes from readers:
"Haven't been to a live show, venue, or anything since Jan last year. Also don't plan on doing so until vaccinated. Really hoped to get back to Juke Joint Fest again in April. And even though there's plans to have it again this year but on a limited bases, we've decided to still wait a little longer. We're now hoping to make the Sunflower River Blues & Gospel Festival (Clarksdale) in August."
- Mike in Parkersburg, WV
"Pre-pandemic, I performed about 60 Delta Blues shows a year either solo, or duo. My last regular show was March 12 of last year. I am 63, My harp-player, John Colgan-Davis is 70. We did five outdoor shows in the summer/fall. But performing indoors with lots of carefree (inebriated), non-mask wearing folks, at close range was and remains too risky for us. However, I see hope on the horizon. I am now booking outdoor shows starting in May and indoors starting July, by which time both John and I will have been vaccinated."
- Johnny Never
We're interested in your thoughts:
- Have you attended or performed any live shows since the pandemic and where?
- If so, how was the vibe (i.e. joyous, awkward, attendance, etc.)
- If not, when will you feel comfortable attending?
Email me 100 words MAX and make sure to put "VENUES OPENING" in subject line (so it doesn't get lost in my email). Tell us where in the world you're located. Feel free to send me a pic of this blues music experience if you like, too.
Wishing you all good health and peace,
|Charlie Keating Band with the Rhythm Regulators |
|Charlie Keating Band with the Rhythm Regulators are celebrating 14 years together featuring New England's premier slide guitar player Charlie Keating playing that “Boston Boogie.” The band delivers a unique combination of blues and boogie.|
“Charlie could be compared to Clapton and Buddy Guy… yes he's that good" - Craig Venske/Concert Photos Magazine
Members are Charlie Keating on guitar and vocals with the Rhythm Regulators Lenny Turnquist on bass and Tim Sweeney on drums. Charlie has a brilliant slide guitar style that channels Johnny Winter, Duane Allman and Elmore James. Many have compared his playing to early Stevie Ray Vaughan due to his ability to combine lead and rhythm guitar simultaneously. The band is well-known for its big sound and driving rhythm section and are equally comfortable playing unique versions of covers or originals.
"Keating is a wild man on the guitar and his mighty rhythm section know how to keep him afloat and anchored at once" - Bill Copeland/Bill Copeland News
Their most recent single, “The End Of Us" written by Keating/Turnquist, is a slow soulful ballad shifting gears from their usual rocking blues-infused sound, and showcases their versatility.
Charlie is a gifted, prolific songwriter and a member of SESAC. The band's CD, Slide On Over, has gotten consistent international airplay. The Charlie Keating Band represented the Massachusetts Blues Society at the 2013 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. They’ve opened for Ronnie Earl, Duke Robillard and Toni Lynn Washington.
“This is a boogie band... and these cats can play” - Aj Watchtell/The Noise
Charlie Keating Band with the Rhythm Regulators are accepting bookings for festivals and clubs for 2021 and beyond. Contact via website or email
|The Forgotten Story of Americas’ First Black Superstars|
|Dorian Lansksy/BBC Culture |
In the 1920s US, glamorous, funny black female singers were the blues' first – and revolutionary hitmakers. Why were they then relegated to the sidelines...
On Valentine's Day 1920, a little over a century ago, a 28-year-old singer named Mamie Smith walked into a recording studio in New York City and made history. Six months later, she did it again.
The music industry had previously assumed that African Americans wouldn't buy record players, therefore there was no point in recording black artists. The entrepreneurial songwriter Perry Bradford, a man so stubborn he was known as "Mule", knew better. "There's 14 million Negroes in our great country and they will buy records if recorded by one of their own," he told Fred Hagar at Okeh Records. When a white singer dropped out of a recording session at the last minute, Bradford convinced Hagar to take a chance on Smith, a Cincinnati-born star of the Harlem club scene, and scored a substantial hit. Bradford then decided to use Smith to popularise a form of music that had been packing out venues in the South for almost 20 years. On 10 August, Smith and an ad hoc band called the Jazz Hounds recorded Bradford’s “Crazy Blues.” Thus, the first black singer to record anything also became the first to record the blues.
Rarely has the music industry’s received wisdom been upended by a single hit. By selling an estimated one million copies in its first year, Crazy Blues was like the first geyser of oil in untapped ground, instantly revealing a huge appetite for records made by and for black people. As labels such as Okeh, Paramount and Columbia rushed into the so-called "race records" market, they snapped up dozens of women like Smith, ("Queen of the Blues"), including Gertrude "Ma" Rainey ("Mother of the Blues"), Bessie Smith ("Empress of the Blues"), Ida Cox ("Uncrowned Queen of the Blues"), Ethel Waters, Sara Martin, Edith Wilson, Victoria Spivey, Sippie Wallace and Alberta Hunter. …Find this cool, full story
|Pre-purchase the New Studio Record from Chris Antonik!|
|Canadian guitarist, singer, and songwriter Chris Antonik is running a crowdfunding campaign for his highly anticipated, fourth studio record, which is a progressive blues-rock record centered on the power of community. |
Chris has been nominated for three of Canada’s national Maple Blues Awards (including Record of the Year and Songwriter of the Year in 2018), and has received some rave reviews from the blues world: American Blues Scene called him “one of the best artists we've heard from the Great White North,” while Concert Monkey Magazine referred to him as “the Canadian Gary Clark Jr."
By joining Chris’ team and participating in the campaign, not only can you pre-purchase the record, but you can also access a variety of other cool perks, such as song writing journals, guitar lessons, or even become an Executive Sponsor of the record!
Check it out here!
|B.B. King Museum Allstars Performance Available Now|
(INDIANOLA, MS) - Starting February 25, as part of B.B. King Museum’s “Tune Into Black History Month Series: Past, Present, Future African American Women Leaders,” you can now watch and enjoy special performances by the B.B. King Museum AllStars on the museum’s website.|
This year's "Tune In To Black History" presented by the B.B. King Museum (BBKM) was offered virtually due to Covid19. The series is focused and centered around African American Mississippi Delta women who were and are pioneers in making a positive impact and moving their communities forward. The series concludes with this special performance from the B.B. King Museum Allstars. Enjoy their performance here as well as the entire February 2021 series, via these videos on the BBKM web “Event” page.
The Allstars performance is aligned with the series theme of Past, Present, and Future African American Women Leaders. They are performing music selections of African American Women artists that have not only made an impact within their industries, but also in the fight for racial social justice.
The Allstars is a program designed to identify boys and girls from grades 6-12 who display exceptional or potential musical talent. Participants focus is on musicianship, showmanship, pride of accomplishment, spirit and citizenship. Students train during the school year with accomplished music educators and travel during the summer recess as official representatives of the B.B. King Museum. Since Covid19, participants have been meeting and training virtually.
|Rory Gallagher – The self-styled "Working Guitarist" who was touched by genius|
|[Cool article about Gallagher and his gear]|
Does Ireland’s first guitar hero deserve to be mentioned in the same breath as SRV and Eric Clapton? Quite probably. Rory Gallagher was a pioneer with a sound and style as unique as his battered Fender Strat.
It’s a sad truth that in rock ’n’ roll, dying can often be an unrivalled career enhancer. When Irish bluesman Rory Gallagher passed away in 1995, his career had seemingly plateaued: neither of his final two albums, Defender or Fresh Evidence had troubled the UK charts at all (though later went Silver.) But in his posthumous years, under the guidance of Rory’s brother Donal and now his nephew Daniel, Rory Gallagher’s estimable talents have been refocused in a series of albums that have not only delighted diehard fans but brought-in new followers too.
Gallagher never got the attention he probably warranted, even if he’s sold over 30 million albums. He arrived just after the height of the ‘British blues boom’ of Clapton, Beck, Peter Green et al but really, deserved to be considered a peer… albeit from a close-by nation. His electrifying Strat playing was only one aspect of his talents: he was also a fine acoustic bluesman who dug deeper than many (his heroes were Big Bill Broonzy, Lead Belly and Son House rather than Buddy Guy and B.B. King), a jazz student, a keen interpreter of trad Irish songs and a songwriter of some note. If there was a problem with Gallagher’s career it was his image… or complete lack of it. He was, as he liked, ‘just’ a working musician.
Even so, his followers are testament to his talents. ...Find full story on Gallagher at Guitar.com with lots of details and images
[Photo: Brain Cooke/Redferns]
|John Mayall and the Eric Clapton Connection|
|[As some may know] John Mayall recruited the then unknown Eric Clapton to join his influential group John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers in 1965.|
Over the years, the band featured the likes of the late Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie of Fleetwood Mac and former Rolling Stones strummer Mick Taylor, and inspired a whole generation of blues and rock legends.
Mayall, dubbed ‘The Godfather of British Blues’, insists the most important thing to him is being an authentic artist rather than chasing fame and he has always been happy for Clapton regarding his many achievements in the music business.
When asked if he had ever envied Clapton, Mayall said: “I don’t think it really works that way. You do what’s natural to you and see if it works for the public in the same way it does for you.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, he continued: “My philosophy has always been to work as honestly as I can with the kind of music that was natural to me so to put those songs into words, it’s a great feeling to have had that freedom.”
Clapton quit the Bluesbreakers in July 1966 and was replaced by Green. He was then invited by late drummer Ginger Baker to play in his new group Cream, the now-iconic band which also featured former Bluesbreakers member Jack Bruce.
Before Cream, Clapton was not well known in America, and had left his other group, The Yardbirds, before their track “For Your Love” hit the US top 10.
Mayall also insisted he would never work with just any musician and is very selective when it comes to his collaborators. ...Find full story at Noise 11
|Can't Stop The Blues (CSTB)|
|This Week on Can't Stop The Blues|
|Can’t Stop the Blues is a not-for-profit, volunteer run virtual platform for the blues, founded in mid-March of 2020 as a response to the Covid pandemic.|
We are here to bring money to the bands and music to the fans. 100% of all tips go directly to the artists’ own accounts. Thus far we have helped over 200+ artists. Please enjoy and donate if you can.
Coming up this week only on Can’t Stop the Blues:
• THURSDAY 2/25:
9pm EST: The Cinelli Brothers Garage Encore
10pm EST: The Matt Howels Project
• FRIDAY 2/26:
9pm EST: Bidu Sous- Don’t Wake Me Up Early
10pm EST: Greaseland Fridays w/Friends Festival - Season 2, Episode 1
• SATURDAY 2/27:
9pm EST: Alvon & Niecey - A Golden Gate Blues Soc. Presentation
10pm EST: Bonny B. & The Jukes - Live at Blues Club Fribourg (Switzerland)
• SUNDAY 2/28:
9pm EST: GG Amos Trio - A Club Fox Presentation
10pm EST: Jay Coda Walker at The Blues Can
• TUESDAY 3/2:
8pm EST: Mindi Abair’s Wine+Music Sessions
Follow this link for the shows at Can’t Stop the Blues and YouTube
|Hudson Valley Blues Society Compilation Album & more|
|(PATTERSON, NY) - Three years ago, the Hudson Valley Blues Society formed in Patterson to “preserve and promote the past, present and future of blues music.”|
One year ago, everything shut down. Unable to perform or raise funds, the group instead began work on a double album, HVBS Blues Alive in the Valley: The Lockdown Sessions, which features 23 original songs written and performed by musicians from the region.
“We put a call out to our members,” explains Hillary Fontana, a founding member of the nonprofit and an officer. “No one can tour, so opportunity struck. We’ve found that, through lots of airplay, largely on internet radio, we have new listeners from around the world. We also picked up a sponsor, Meadow Blues Cafe. She names her drinks after blues artists.”
Of Note: To join the Hudson Valley Blues Society or purchase its CD for $20 postpaid, visit their website or write P.O. Box 63, Patterson, NY 12563. The society is also hosting a Downstate Virtual Bluesfest on March 14 with the Long Island Blues Society and is sponsoring a concert scheduled for May 21 at the Paramount Hudson Valley in Peekskill with Joe Louis Walker, Guy Davis and Professor Louie and The Crowmatix.
|CD, Single & DVD Releases |
|Dennis Jones :: SOFT HARD AND LOUD|
L.A.-based, stalwart singer songwriter and guitar gunslinger Dennis Jones’ Soft Hard and Loud, his first all original album since 2016. delivers a set of tunes showcasing his musical dexterity and poignant worldview. The CD title references the dynamic range of Jones' power trio.
Jones has crafted thought-provoking lyrics and ear-grabbing riffs in this energetic set of high-powered blues funky rock and super charged soul. His formidable, muscular rhythm section is Raymond Johnson on drums and bass player Cornelius Memes, who co-produced the album with Jones. Special guests include Bennett Paysinger, a keyboard monster (Beyoncé, Snoop Dog and Demi Lovato), dropping tasty Hammond B-3 on track 2, Jason Freeman on Hammond B-3 on track 9, and harmony vocalists Michael Turner and Allison August on track 5.
Tantalizing rhythms fill the opening track “Revolves Around You,” along with its precocious word play. The autobiographical “I Love The Blues” speaks about his small-town roots and a family that supported his musical ambitions. Jones delivers his assessment of the current state of the world on the acerbic rocker “Like Sheep." He then flips Howlin’ Wolf’s “Back Door Blues” message on the fast-moving “Front Door Man,” followed by a classic R&B sonnet, “Nothing On You.”
Jones calls for us to “All come together now, and love one another now,” on the island anthem “I Hate Hate.” The rocking “Gonna Be Alright,” features dynamic interplay with the rhythm section. Heavy duty bump and grind blues “When I Wake Up” is a fiery showstopper full of guitar pyrotechnics.
For “I’m Not,” a 12-bar steamy blues, the band stretches out on dynamic extended solos. Jones wraps Soft Hard and Loud with “Burn The Plantation Down,” a guitar driven, vigorous rebuke of Southern culture.
|Mary Stokes :: COMIN’ HOME|
“Irish vocalist extraordinaire Mary Stokes continues progress in musical collaboration with the sensational Irish guitarist Sarah Michelle and partner Brian Palm. For several recording projects and in preparation for live shows, Mary Stokes has fine-tuned her authentic blues sound for which she is widely known, while at the same time reinterpreting original material,” writes The Sound Café
“With recent successes including a critically acclaimed show in Liverpool’s world renowned Cavern Club - by invitation from Julia Baird, John Lennon’s sister and Director of the Cavern, and the release of a new album Comin’ Home, including a new interpretation of Bessie Smith’s “At The Christmas Ball,” the album which garnered critical acclaim and airplay in the run up to Christmas!
In addition to Sarah Michelle on guitar, The Mary Stokes Band features sidemen Brian Palm on harmonica, with Chris Byrne on bass and Robbie Barrett on drums, and Dermot Stokes on Piano. Recorded in Dublin, the album was expertly mixed by renowned rock legend Pete Holidai (the Radiators from Space, Trouble Pilgrims) and mastered by Joe Chester.
In a musical history spanning two decades The Mary Stokes Band has performed with B.B. King, Fats Domino, John Lee Hooker, Bo Diddley, Hubert Sumlin, Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, Lowell Fulson, Johnny Copeland, Jeff Healey, Rory Gallagher, Carey Bell, Lurrie Bell, Pinetop Perkins, Georgie Fame, Louisiana Red, Lefty Dizz, John Campbell, U.P. Wilson, Eddie Kirkland and many other blues greats.
Mary Stokes and her band have toured throughout Ireland, Europe, and the U.S.A, performing at numerous festivals and in many of the most iconic Blues Clubs in the World.”
Comin’ Home has had widespread accolade and acknowledgement as an authentically “live” Blues album, displaying the power, passion and blues feel that Mary Stokes and her band are renowned for.
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|Holidays, Birthdays and... Just In Case|
|February is Black History Month|
March is Women's History Month
"Hard times ain't nothing that music won't help heal..."
Birthdays upcoming of note:
Feb 25-Ida Cox (1896 or 1898-1967); Feb 26-Antoine "Fats" Domino (1928-2017), Bob "Bear" Hite (1943-1981); Mar 1-Zac Harmon (1957); Mar 2 Alvin “Youngblood” Hart (1963), Rory Gallagher (1948-1995); Mar 3-John Primer (1945); Mar 4-Bobby Womack (1944-2014); Mar 5 J.B. Lenoir (1929-1967), Peg Leg Howell (1888-1966), Tommy Tucker (1933-1982); Mar 6 Walter "Furry" Lewis (1893-1981), Walter Trout (1951);
Just in Case:
February 25th is "National Chili Day." Chili is so popular in America that there are often city and state-wide competitions to choose the ultimate chili recipe. Get down with some Tex Mex blues and warm chili.
March is "Women's History Month." Women's History Month actually started as Women's History Week, an event which was organized by the school district of Sonoma, California, and was first observed in 1978.
NEXT WEEK we are delighted to begin by honoring blues women in a cool series by Lynn Orman Weiss, a photographer, print and broadcast journalist and founder of the Women of the Blues Foundation!
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With almost 20 years of experience delivering blues music and blues music news around the world, Publisher Kaati Gaffney says, “We are experienced digital marketers specializing in live music events. During this time of pandemic, while festivals and events are virtual, it is our pleasure to provide this service.” ...Find more about BFG or to contact us to share your events
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Can't Stop The Blues
Thurs-Sun 9PM EST
Blues on Reid
Port St. Joe, Florida, USA
Juke Joint Festival
& Related Events
Apr-15-2021 - Apr-18-2021
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Manor House of Blues
Mason, Ohio, USA
Bob Sykes BBQ & Blues Festival
Bessemer, Alabama, USA
15th Clarksdale Caravan
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Lincoln Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Lincoln, United Kingdom
Leeds Blues, Rhythm
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Leeds, United Kingdom
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Soul Blues Festival
May-14-2021 - May-16-2021
Holly Springs, Mississippi, USA
Whitby Rhythm & Blues Festival
Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK
Southport Blues, Rhythm
& Rock Festival
Southport, United Kingdom
Black Hills Blues Stomp and Swamp Romp
Jun-04-2021 - Jun-06-2021,
Sturgis, South Dakota, USA
Flagstaff Blues and Brews
Jun-11-2021 - Jun-12-2021
Flagstaff, Arizona, USA
Sierre Blues Festival
Alpine Country Blues Festival
Jun-18-2021 - Jun-19-2021
Alpine, Arizona, USA
Northwoods Blues Festival
Jun-18-2021 - Jun-19-2021
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, USA
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