Andrew Trube of the Greyhounds

When you listen to the Greyhounds, the cool thing about their sound is the variety of music they draw from when they write.  Anthony Farrell's keyboards bring the funky, R&B, and classic soul flavor, while Andrew Trube has a Texas guitar sound that reminds me of greats like the Vaughan brothers or Doug Sahm.  No... Continue Reading →

The Conversation with John Cuniberti.

That word, "conversation", and it's importance, came up a lot during my August 10th phone call with producer, recording engineer, and creator of the One Mic Series, Mr. John Cuniberti.  How the unspoken conversation affects the performers, how that translates to a recording, and the process that John uses is as simplistic as a single... Continue Reading →

Ian Noe and Colter Wall.

In October, I attended another show at Codfish Hollow and was stunned by the music created by these two gentleman and their accompanying band mates. They are simultaneously the roots of where their individual brand of music came from and, the direction that great music should be going. They each blend personal life experience with... Continue Reading →

Through the lens of Carter Tomassi

In my ever expanding hunt for all things Allman Brothers related, I purchased a Carter Tomassi print a year or so ago and mentioned that I would love to interview him about his photographs.  He was wonderfully accommodating throughout the purchase and said that he'd be more than happy to answer any questions I had. ... Continue Reading →

“The Blues In Black & White”

This past weekend’s adventure was a quick, 24hr, trip to the heart of Chicago and the heart of the Blues, Chess Records.  2120 S Michigan Avenue is still the physical building and has been repurposed as the Willie Dixon Blues Heaven Foundation. My reason for going was to support and meet Kirk West and his... Continue Reading →

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