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- If you can’t make it down to Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival, bring the festival to you, via pay-per-view online or TV!
- Pittsburgh band The Commonheart overcomes Pressure of sophomore album with terrific new release
- Riding without the King, B.B. King Blues Band still captures The Soul of the King on new album, tour
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Tag Archives: Andy Fairweather Low
If you can’t make it down to Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival, bring the festival to you, via pay-per-view online or TV!
We’ve had the pleasure of attending and reporting back on three of Eric Clapton‘s four previous Crossroads Guitar Festivals: the inaugural festival in Dallas in 2004, its 2010 run in Chicago, and the most recent festival in 2013 at Madison Square Garden in … Continue reading
If summer’s all about freedom, then this episode of our (have we mentioned talk-“free”?) BluesPowR Radio Hour fits right in, featuring doubleshots from both the Tucci Band and blues-rocking “Mama” Ana Popovic; “Something Strange” from the Billy Price Band; some … Continue reading
Coming up on the Crossroads; double DVD, CD sets capture some of world’s best guitarists at Clapton’s fourth Crossroads festival
Having been fortunate enough to attend both nights of Eric Clapton‘s Crossroads Guitar Festival this spring, we’ve been eagerly awaiting the highlights DVD that customarily follows, scheduled for release next Tuesday. For the first time, some of the music will … Continue reading
This slow but soulful blues tune recorded by such artists as Nina Simone, The Animals, and British band Amen Corner is one of our new favorite old songs after hearing it again from Andy Fairweather Low and Eric Clapton at … Continue reading
Having attended two of the three previous Crossroads Guitar Festivals (the first in Dallas, as well as the most recent in Chicago), we weren’t all that sure what to think about last fall’s announcement of the 2013 installment of the renowned festival. … Continue reading