This year the Keeping the Blues Alive Award for Record Label was awarded to Severn Label. Meet up wtih me as I talk with David Earl about music dynamics, a new recording studio, and working with the Fabulous Thunderbirds…among a few things!
Archive for Category: "Keeping the Blues Alive 2012"
Each year, The Blues Foundation determines what categories of Keeping The Blues Alive (KBA) awards should be presented, since it changes every year. And, then decides who should be recognized in those categories.The Blues Foundation presented the 2012 KBA Awards during a recognition brunch on Saturday, February 4, 2012, at the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Memphis, [...]
It was 1975, and the political climate was such that the Rolling Stones were considered to be the root cause of many of the evils that were present in the USA – sex, drugs and rock and roll- the triathlon of youth-destroying American culture and leading young men and women down garden paths of nonconformity [...]
Harvey Stauffer, Keeping the Blues Alive Recipient for Public Radio Harvey Stauffer and his Blues Revue show is one of the longest running public radio blues programs in the country. Stauffer’s three-hour show, which began 28 years ago, runs on Saturday and Sunday afternoon to over 9,000 regular listeners. In addition to his radio show [...]
16 years ago Brad and Mike Benton had a good idea. 16 years later, that good idea has earned them the 2012 KBA Award for a Festival (US). The largest outdoor festival in the State of New Hampshire, the White Mountain Boogie N’ Blues Festival is situated on 72 acres of pure beauty wrapped within the [...]