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Bernard Allison

Bernard Allison – It’s A Family Affair

Can it really be twenty years since the great Luther Allison passed? What a giant he was in the Blues field – a strong performer, great writer, a real showman. Now, in his own style son Bernard keeps the creative torch alight with his own recordings and live shows. Here, Pete and Bernard talk family, creativity and life on the road
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Kris Barras Band

Kris Barras – A Player And A Fighter

The Kris Barras Band are back with a brand new studio album entitled 'Divine And Dirty' on the Provogue/Mascot Label Group's imprint and a lot of live gigs ahead that will keep them busy in 2018. To coincide with the release, we sat down with Kris for an exclusive customised chat. Enjoy...
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Ali Jacko

Ali Jacko – Kicking Things Off

From Martial Arts to music? It rarely happens, yet we are currently working on articles for two artists who have made this move ! Here we run some questions past Ali Jacko and he tells all...thanks Ali and good luck with your future shows
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Supersonic Blues Machine

Lance Lopez – Owning Up

What's the inspiration behind the songs on Lance's new album? What's The Lopez Road Diet? What does he think of Eric Gales' axe style? It's all here in this cool exchange with us on 'Tell The Truth' - Thank you, Lance and keep rockin' out...
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Mike Read

Mike Read

For a radio fan of many years’ listening, the chance to talk radio in depth with veteran turntable titan Mike Read was not going to be missed.
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Blake Morgan

New York-based singer/musician/ songwriter is something of a forthright chap, digging on on music business matters where he considers he should do and generally championing those in his field who he feels should be heard. To find out more about Morgan we invited him to field a set of questions - customised as usual - and now have his full responses to share with you fine readers. BTW some of his songs have the kind of rich chordal insistence that Roger Hodgson and Co utilise, hence that Supertramp question! Thanks Blake and here we go.... read more

Christina Martin – Getting To Grips

JLTT had the chance to run some questions past Canadian songstress Christina Martin, whose promoting her latest release 'Impossible To Hold'. She is something of an original within her field...as you will see from her responses, which we can present now ... read more

Steve Logan – In The Spotlight

Steve Logan is a singer - songwriter - instrumentalist with a new album due. We had the chance to run some questions - triggered by his songs - past Logan and can present his thoughtful and informative answers. Thank you, Steve read more

Sterling Ball – Mutual Admiration Society

Intrigued by the work by Ball and his trio on the Mutual Appreciation Society release, we asked Sterling to enlarge upon the album content and array of guests by way of a set of customised questions. Enjoy this veteran's responses and thoughts in this piece, which is free of Ball puns and references, you may be pleased to learn.... read more

Dan Patlansky – Flawless Fatality

The South African guitar ace is building up a reputation on the live circuit outside his native South Africa. With a new album packed with original songs imminent, Pete opted to base the chat with Dan on that this time around. As usual Patlansky's answers inform and show his clear thinking on his work..... read more

Chris Rea – Drive Time

The title of the Northern slidemaster’s new album is Road Songs For Lovers but don’t be fooled, there is real bite in with the romance and glad-to-be-alive moments. Rea is one of music’s survivors and I have been glad of his advice when in my own dark times. The love of music and of communicating through music still beams out of the genial songwriter when we meet up once again in London to trade records and chat… read more

Gov’t Mule – Coming Round Again

A new album from the hard-hitting but remarkably versatile Gov’t Mule is always welcome in these parts. We happily accepted an invitation to meet up once again with bandleader Warren Haynes. With a view to talking about the record content and related matters… Plus a recent sad passing. Thanks Warren for your time and Pete hopes you enjoy that Splinter Group album read more

Black Country Communion – One Four All

Black Country Communion - One Four All “Watch this space..” whispered BCC singer and bassist Glenn Hughes a while ago, after we had been discussing amps, Tommy Bolin, Andy Fraser, BCC and all manner of things in London. Soon afterwards, the musical four-piece...

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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 read more

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