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Ocean Blues

Ocean Blues – Making Waves

This act seems to be south Surrey based and play blues-based music. We offered the group one of our (customised) 20 Questions sets and as you will see from their responses, they know their music..So thanks Ocean Blues, from Just Listen To This
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Fabrizio Grossi

Fabrizio Grossi (Supersonic Blues Machine)

When SBM released their first album, showcasing their skills and their ability to squeeze great performances out of their pals guesting on the set, we secured an interesting chat with Fabrizio in which we went into the start of the group and his passions.
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Mick Fleetwood

Mick Fleetwood – A Mac Book – at last!

Working with boutique publishers Genesis, a book project has now been completed, delivering a truly delicious and brilliantly-illustrated tome on the early days of Fleetwood Mac and named Love That Burns.
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Black Stone Cherry

Black Stone Cherry – Cherry Picking The Blues

The band’s lead singer and guitarist Chris Robertson speaks with our Pete about the group’s high energy six-track EP of classic blues numbers…
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Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Transmission Statement

Car nut and ace musician Shepherd is in town to talk about the forthcoming album Lay It On Down, the Deluxe Edition of which takes book form and indulges in selected vehicle and guitar images. Pete and Kenny talk through the new record contents and all matters related. Shepherd is gifted the MOJO edition covering the re-vamped Sgt Pepper album, guitar picks are traded…
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Stevie King – Young Man’s Blues

He's 21, he loves his music, he is aiming at the top. Here, Just Listen To This pitches a hatful of questions to this young artist. Although we cannot share Stevie's love of Bono, we can share his responses, to create a picture of what makes this player tick. Thank you Stevie! read more

The King’s Parade – Marching On

We caught this act out at The Walled Garden Festival in deepest Kent and were pleased to find in conversation with them after their set that the material was their own. The nearest reference points might perhaps be The Gin Blossoms, Squeeze and Crowded House however for us it was the touch of Hall & Oates that made their performance special. We have now lined them up against the wall to explain themselves ...thank you all, gentlemen for your entertaining responses... read more

Danny Core (Broken Witt Rebels)

Broken Witt Rebels are a four-piece band from Birmingham, United Kingdom who are building up their fanbase with catchy songs, savvy media campaigns and high-profile support slots alongside festivals. With the recording of their debut album nearing completion and an extensive headline Autumn UK Tour looming, we sat down for an exclusive and detailed chat with frontman Danny Core. So sit back, get a drink and read on... read more

James Montgomery – Drawing On An Icon

Harpist and singer James leads The James Montgomery Blues Band and he and Pete share the same main inspirational player from their earliest days – Mr Paul Butterfield. However the latest album on Cleopatra Records blues imprint shows that the band has no fear of stepping forward from the Chicago master’s style to channel their own ideas… read more

Devon Allman – Riding Hard

The US musician is on a series of UK dates promoting his Ride Or Die album and after a classy and soul-soaked set at the Boom Boom Club in Sutton, Pete and Devon speak about all manner of things, after he has met the attending fans and checked in with home. His guitar playing is fluid and spiky, but you’d hire him as a singer anyday… read more

Wilko Johnson – As The Years Go Passing By

It’s an anniversary year for our guitar-toting livewire, still firing after a close brush with death. When Pete and the then seriously ailing Wilko last met to talk life and music at his, our man said he thought Johnson would somehow pull through and the two-part interview that we ran ended with Pete the more optimistic of the two. Operations proved successful, Johnson survived and here we are, catching up now for a celebratory Part Three… read more

Joe Bonamassa – Back To The Wood

It’s acoustic album time once more for the American guitar man, as his Live At Carnegie Hall – An Acoustic Evening set is released. Pete and Joe discuss the material, personnel and everything else. But how long this time before the conversation descends into pure guitar nerdery? Read on to find out… read more

Henrik Freischlader – You Want Moore?

A few special shows called ‘ Blues For Gary ‘ and nodding to the late Irish guitarist Gary Moore are planned by the formidable axe duo of Matt Schofield and Henrik F – with former Moore group players aboard. Namely bassist Pete Rees and veteran keyboard player Vic Martin. Drumming by Moritz Heinschafer read more

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