Stanton Moore drops by Pinecohn Studios to talk blues and how he joined the New Orleans Klezmer Allstars and Galactic. A very busy drummer, Stanton plays regularly with Charlie Hunter, Will Bernard and Tom Morello. Episode #4 features footage Ric Stewart shot in 1996 of Stanton with the Klezmers, a band he still joins! Rare candid moments of his Stanton Moore Trio are also included. Stanton talks about heavy metal, the source of his dynamic attack and great shows in BCI#4. Subscribe to the Blues Center’s YouTube Channel
Little Freddie King sits down with Ric Stewart to discuss his brand of New Orleans blues. The native of McComb, MS is a cousin of Lightning Hopkins who migrated to the crescent city at age 14. After working dockside to pay the bills, LFK cut some highly prized blues recordings over 40 years ago and has continued with a healthy slate of shows and albums over the last decade.
Get to know emerging blues artist Samantha Fish in this article in Offbeat Magazine. Read more here:
After 24 years, Elwood Blues is signing off from the bluesmobile. Read his farewell here: http://thebluesmobile.com/farewell-friends/
Greenville, GA blues phenom Jontavious Willis made it back to the home of the blues this weekend with a dazzling command of authentic blues played on a cigar box. Part of the 2nd annual New Orleans Cigar Box Guitar Festival, this rendering of B.B. King’s “Rock Me Baby” says it all. More Jontavious coverage to come from Blues Center’s exclusive interview.
Love in Vain at #7, aw c’mon man! Ultimate classic rock throws down its version.