Bad Flowers

Tom Leighton (The Bad Flowers) -Foot To The Petal

Busy times for this inventive power-trio but we grabbed a slice of time from guitar man Tom Leighton to find out what makes him and his crew tick. Enjoy these responses to our wide-range of questions: 
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Christina Martin

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 you will see from her responses, which we can present now ...
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Steve Logan

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
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Sterling Ball

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....
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Dan Patlansky

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.....
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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

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. read more

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… read more

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

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