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Lindsay Beaver is the
real thing …
Thus far , it has been a lifetime of discoveries for the native of Nova Scotia. Singing, drumming and a love of all genres of music starting with Jazz.
Yet it was Billie Holiday that sealed the deal and inspired Lindsay to pack up and head to Texas and make music her full time ‘job’.
to my chat with Lindsay – a musician who has been referred to as a cross between Amy Winehouse and Little Richard. Please listen below
Lindsay? What’s up?
It’s been a while since Jack DeKeyzer first heard the Blues …
The Stones and Led Zeppelin – just two of the bands who parlayed American Blues into the heart and then hands of Jack.
Spanning a career that has seen Jack open up for the likes of B.B. King, Jack pays homage to the men who inspired him. Otis Rush, Elmore James and Muddy Waters to name a few.
to my chat with Jack about the new album Please listen below . Hear some of the tunes as well ! Checkmate
Jack? What’s up?
Jazz is everywhere – even in J-Pop music …
Senri Oe was one of the biggest Pop stars in Japan. When one of his band mates died unexpected, Senri decided life was short.
He turned his attention to Jazz and moved to New York to become a student. A move that was not as simple as he thought it would be.
as Senri explains it all and hear some great tunes from his new album. Please listen below
Senri? What’s up?
It ain’t easy being grey …
Colin James has a new album due out on
No more hair dye as the fifty-three year old Canadian music legend embraces the present, the future and the past. September 21st.
On the new record – Colin pays homage to the men ( and women) who inspired him and helped him to hone his skills as a young guitar player busking on the streets of Montreal and Toronto.
Two new songs on the disc also allow James the opportunity to gently give a nod to the licks of B.B. King.
to my chat with Colin about the new disc and hear Colin’s thoughts about the late great Jeff Healey. Please listen below
Colin? What’s up?
It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing …
Black Mountain Whiskey Rebellion are poised to take North America by storm. Much like the English re-introducing The Blues back to the States, BMWR are re-introducing the Muscle Shoals sound back to musicians.
With only one single officially released, the band has already made Rolling Stone magazine’s ‘best bands to lookout for’ in 2018. The song
is a tongue in cheek look at the hypocrisy of religion without taking literary licence. Holy Smoke
to my chat with Mitch and hear the Please listen below Montreal debut of Black Mountain Whiskey Rebellion’s first single; Holy Smoke. Mitch? What’s up?