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Canadian bluesman Matt Andersen impresses mightily at Pittsburgh’s Club Cafe

A little over five years back now, we introduced you to Canadian guitarist and singer Matt Andersen, about whom we said at the time: “Combined with Andersen’s recent wins at the IBC and 2011 Maple Blues awards (where he took … Continue reading

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Summertime Blues edition

“Monday again, I can’t face another day…”: Janiva Magness captures the start of the workweek perfectly with this opening line from the song “I Need a Man” off her new album Original, but hopefully we can help you through the … Continue reading

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Canada’s Matt Andersen soars again on Weightless

If, as he sings so soulfully on the opening track of his new album Weightless (True North Records), Canadian singer and guitarist Matt Andersen has indeed lost his way, you wouldn’t be able to tell it by this project, which … Continue reading

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All new! The BluesPowR Radio Hour, Episode 2

Thanks to those of you who checked out the inaugural edition of our BluesPowR Radio Hour over the past month. We hope you enjoyed listening to it as much as we did recording it. Today, we’re pleased to bring you … Continue reading

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Canadian Matt Andersen mines some deep blues on latest CD

As much as I’d like to say I accomplished everything I wanted (and more) by the ringing in of the new year, a small stack of unreviewed new releases decorating my home office might suggest otherwise. Among the albums I … Continue reading

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