Several short stints in several increments have survived since 1969. Starting with ‘The Court of The Crimson King’until their upcoming appearance on July 3rd in Montreal– this band is still cutting edge.
Please listen below to my chat with Gavin Harrison, one of three drummers within King Crimson. He talks about all of the above and why he thinks touring in a van may not be such a good idea for young bands.
Michael Kaeshammer has been here -done that. The Montreal Jazz Festival? Second nature for him …
Before setting out on an European tour and then China – Michael’s upcoming appearance at The Montreal International Jazz Festivalon July 6this just one of very few gigs this summer. Michael is taking the time to prepare for two upcoming albums to be partly recorded in New Orleans.Two discs Michael is currently writing material for.
Please listen below to my chat as Michael talks about all of the above and much, much more….
Steve Hill has opened for Buddy Guy a few times. Meeting him – an entirely different tale …
Steve will be opening up for Buddy once more on June 30thas part of Le Festival International de Jazz a Montreal. It is part of a triple bill including; Guy, Charlie Musslewhiteand Matt Andersen. A definitive Blues fans’ delight.
Please listen belowas Steve talks about Buddy’s influence on him and hear Hill’s thoughts on both Charlie and Matt Andersen. You can listen to some great tunes as well !
Rarely does an artist come along who delivers vocals so powerfully. So passionately. So forcefully. Combining a lifelong education of the Blues with a passion for learning more and more.
Big Beets is Martin’s sophomore disc and it displays a willingness to take a craft and expand it to another level. Please – listen below to some very cool tunes as well as Martin talk about his transition from first grade to second grade in the classroom of music.