Matt Schofield abandoned college at the age of 18 and went to play guitar instead. Since that time, he has seven CD’s under his belt, and his newest CD was produced by John Porter. He is in the midst of a grueling tour for the year 2011 all for the love of music. Matt appreciates [...]
Archive for Category: "British Blues Awards 2011"
The British Blues Awards 2011 Winners!
Check in tomorrow to see our interview with Matt Schofield!
Congratulations to all the nominees and winners!
Oli Brown has been nominated in five categories for the British Blues Awards this year. He is nominated for Best Guitarist, Best Male Singer, Best Band, Best Album and Best Young Artist! There is more exciting news for Oli. In October he will tour with the legendary John Mayall. He is working on a new CD. And his favorite venue to [...]
Dave Arcari must be quite the songwriter, as he has been nominated for two songs – Devil’s Left Hand and Cotton on my Back – in the British Blues Awards‘ best original blues song category. Though across the pond, Dave attributes his earliest influences to be Johnny Cash, Lou Reed, and Bob Dylan. And, has stated that [...]
Erudite. Eloquent. Interviewing Todd Sharpville is like conversing with a poet, someone who is a scholar of his own life. Reflective and genuine, Todd Sharpville lays bare, his life, his experiences and his thoughts with honesty.
Earthy and soulful, Walter Trout has passion and purpose. With roots that are nestled in the idealism of the 60′s, he has long given voice to the struggles of the working class. American Blues News spoke with Walter about music that has meaning, what makes his life worthwhile and his plea for Common Ground.