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08 FEEDBACKB.B. King, The Black Crowes, Erja Lyytinen
13 HAPPENIN’Duke Robillard, The White Stripes, Eric Bibb, T-Model Ford, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company, Steve Winwood, Paddy Milner, The Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Matt Schofield
37 SUBSCRIBE TO WINJoe Bonamassa DVD, ZZ Top DVDs
104 DVD REVIEWSZZ Top, Joe Bonamassa, The New Lost City Ramblers
106 BOOK REVIEWS“Ultimate Hendrix”, “Brian Jones”, “Rock Roadie”
110 GOT LIVEAynsley Lister, Gomez, The Animals, Rob Tognoni, Seasick Steve, Alberta Cross, ZZ Top, Davy Knowles & Back Door Slam, Chantle McGregor, Walter Trout
127 MEMBERS’ COMPETITIONSRobben Ford CDs, Otis Taylor CDs...
20 INTERVIEWSIan Gillan, Kill It Kid, Tom Allalone & The 78s, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Rick Vito, Orb Mellon, Black Stone Cherry, King King, Patrick Droney, The Heavy...
35 SUBSCRIBESupport our efforts!
63 EASE THOSE BLUESWith “Live At The Regal” by B.B. King.
64 GETTIN' THE BLUESGov’t Mule’s Warren Haynes gets the Blues!
108 BLUE BLOODThe Billy Bats, Eat A Peach and Heavy Mama.
128 NOW, BEFORE WE FORGET…Blind Blake.
Hijak Oscar, Seasick Steve, Tinsley Ellis, Mitch Ryder, Maria Muldaur, Moriarty, Gov’t Mule, Soulsavers, Hill Country Revue, Kellie Rucker, Davy Knowles & Back Door Slam, Mike Zito, Gregg Wright, Ian Siegal, Nick Moss & The Flip Tops, Harry Manx, Beggar Joe, Jon Amor, The Allman Brothers Band, Taj Mahal, Samuel James, Savoy Brown, Nine Below Zero, Albert King, Living Colour, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Kill It Kid
Blues Matters! 6 24 KILL IT KIDTaking inspiration from Blind Willie McTell, and with a lead vocalist that sounds uncannily like a Delta Blues great, you wouldn’t expected Kill It Kid to have made much of an impression on the mainstream, but 2009 saw them picking up accolades across the media, from renowned indie magazines to high-profile TV/radio personalities. “I’m not sure if it’s making a comeback. It’s hard to tell. I can’t hear too much of it in modern music, so I don’t know if Blues is coming back in a big way... I’m happy to reconstruct what those country Blues guys were playing.”
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