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Jaco Pastorius: The Great Innovator

Jaco Pastorius: The Great Innovator

December 1st, 2013

On December 1st bass legend Jaco Pastorius would've been 62 years old... The following article was written in September 2008. Out of the many jazz posts I’ve done, this one is my favorite. Twenty six years after his tragic death, Jaco Pastorius’ extraordinary talent continues to generate a sentimental spot...Read Entire Article

Willie Dixon: I Am The Blues

Willie Dixon: I Am The Blues

July 1st, 2013

Today music legend Willie Dixon would have been 98 years old. The following is a piece I wrote in the spring of 2009. I've decided to re-post it to commemorate the man and this day in music history. And also for those who missed the article the first couple times...Read Entire Article

The Lewsh Project: CD Review & Giveaway

The Lewsh Project: CD Review & Giveaway

June 4th, 2013

Playing and collaborating with Lewsh & Sandy on this project has been a truly inspiring musical experience. Our roots and connection is as strong as ever regardless of the time that has passed. ~Dave Garber (guitar) FLASHBACK – XMAS NYC 2012 Last Christmas my wife TBBW and I got together with...Read Entire Article

Joe Bonamassa Live in Las Vegas: Palms Pearl Theater - Concert Review

Joe Bonamassa Live in Las Vegas: Palms Pearl Theater - Concert Review

May 5th, 2013

Two weeks ago I witnessed Joe Bonamassa and his band live at The Palms Pearl Concert Theatre in Las Vegas. This was one of the best concerts I’ve seen in a long time. Not since perhaps Jeff Beck or Eric Clapton did I see the level of musicianship that unfolded...Read Entire Article

Blues Hall Of Fame Museum Benefit: Raise The Roof!  PPV Event March 24th

Blues Hall Of Fame Museum Benefit: Raise The Roof! PPV Event March 24th

March 17th, 2013

“I’m excited to be part of this event, and even more excited to have my friends join me in supporting the Blues Foundation. I think it is important for all of us to give back to the music that we love and to ensure that the history of Blues is...Read Entire Article

Jon Schwartz & The Kids Like Blues Band: Thematic Teaching Using The Blues

Jon Schwartz & The Kids Like Blues Band: Thematic Teaching Using The Blues

November 17th, 2012

Today I’m featuring an educational and entertaining guest post by Jon Schwartz - a second grade teacher at Garrison Elementary School located in Oceanside, California. When I was first made aware of Jon’s teaching endeavors, I was moved by his efforts in utilizing the blues as a vehicle for education...Read Entire Article

Bonnie Raitt: Discography and Current News

Bonnie Raitt: Discography and Current News

July 26th, 2012

(This following is a guest post written by Grace Beckett who briefly covers discography and current news for Bonnie Raitt, along with info regarding her latest album Slipstream... I've included a twitterstream and some of Raitt's videos from now and then for your viewing pleasure.)    Bonnie Raitt Anyone who is a...Read Entire Article

Top Jazz Musicians of All Time

Top Jazz Musicians of All Time

June 18th, 2012

(Today I'm featuring a guest post by Grace Beckett, who briefly notes some of the top jazz musicians of all time. I've also included video and audio playlists for each artist, as well as links for additional  information. Please share your thoughts in the comment area below the post... If...Read Entire Article

Guitar Master Class: Review & Giveaway

Guitar Master Class: Review & Giveaway

June 4th, 2012

Guitar Master Class: Free 40 Techniques Solo Lesson (This giveaway is now closed... The 3 lucky winners have now been emailed. Thanks to all the participants.) It’s the first weekend of June and I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed by all the work that needs to be done around the house. There’s enough...Read Entire Article

Shakura S'Aida: Time... CD Review

Shakura S'Aida: Time... CD Review

May 14th, 2012

.....This album is my way of marking all of my TIMEs with music; accepting and celebrating all of the TIMEs and ways that the BLUES ROCK'ed my SOUL.... ~Shakura S'Aida A little over two years ago when I first heard the powerful and spirited voice of Shakura S’Aida , I knew...Read Entire Article

Fender FSR American Standard Hand Stained Ash Stratocaster - Review

Fender FSR American Standard Hand Stained Ash Stratocaster - Review

May 9th, 2012

As many of you are aware, The Blues Blogger site draws a lot of interest from guitar players and six string enthusiasts worldwide. So today I'm featuring a guest post from Steve Williams and his review of The Fender FSR American Standard Hand Stained Ash Stratocaster.  Steve has rated it out...Read Entire Article

Bring On The Blues: Documentary by Elvis D'Silva

Bring On The Blues: Documentary by Elvis D'Silva

April 15th, 2012

It was a fascinating experience meeting all these people most of whom work other jobs and learning that for a lot of them blues music is a burning passion. They make time to hone their craft and keep alive their love for the blues by playing small venues...Read Entire Article

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Chops: Documentary Highlights Essentially Ellington Program
The Blues Blogger 06/28/2009

As many of you are already aware, I grew up listening to a lot of music. My earliest memories are of my father spinning his vast collection of jazz records. It was his appreciation of jazz that introduced me to the music of Duke Ellington and so many other jazz greats... My love of music carried over into my late teens and throughout high school. Most of my friends were musicians and… Read More

A Significant Day
The Blues Blogger 09/18/2008

Today is one of those days that will forever be remembered by most serious music lovers... It was 38 years ago today that Jimi Hendrix left us. His influence was and continues to be absolutely astounding. His legacy forever lives on and continues to blossom as times passes. Back almost a year ago, the very first post I ever wrote on this blog featured a piece on Jimi. You can view that post by clic… Read More

Electric Blues Masters (Part 1 of 3)
The Blues Blogger 10/27/2007

Like most beginning bloggers I was struggling with what might be a good idea for my very first post. I thought about going back and reflecting on icons like Robert Johnson and W.C. Handy. They were incredible human beings who motivated so many people. However, my influences come from people inspired by these delta bluesman. When I thought about this for a moment, I realized I had my firs… Read More

Electric Blues Masters (Part 3 of 3)
The Blues Blogger 10/25/2007

When you look back and think of all the major influences when it comes to the electric blues in the mid to late sixties, you cannot ignore what Jimi Hendrix brought to the music scene. Not usually known as a blues player to the general public, there was no doubt to many of the musicians who played with Hendrix that he had a great blues feel. He was influenced by musicians like Albert Kin… Read More

Led Zeppelin: 40th Anniversary of Landmark Release
The Blues Blogger 01/26/2009

This month marks the 40th anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s debut album. It’s a record that not only made a distinct impression on the music world, but also stimulated our imaginations; leading us on a alternate path into the blues/rock world. And a newly discovered one that would eventually give birth to heavy metal… January 1969 was the last year my family spent together in the… Read More

Steve Khan: The Blue Man
The Blues Blogger 10/06/2008

My son was asking me the other day about a picture I have hanging in my basement. It’s called The Blue Man and the artist is the late Jean Michel Folon. The artwork is also on the cover and is the title of one of my favorite guitarists Steve Khan’s albums. As my son is now 13 he is trying to understand the significance of some of the pieces of art I choose to display on the wall. He… Read More

Electric Blues Masters (Part 2 of 3)
The Blues Blogger 10/26/2007

After school and on the weekends I enjoyed watching shows like Batman, Star Trek, Bewitched, I Dream of Jeannie, and my personal favourite Get Smart. My brother would also add that I was watching Lassie. Yes I admit it! Lassie was in syndication and I watched the show as much as I could. Did I mention in 1966 I was five years old? I-I-I … don’t care … I loved that dog! In the middl… Read More

The Lewsh Project: CD Review & Giveaway
The Blues Blogger 06/04/2013

Playing and collaborating with Lewsh & Sandy on this project has been a truly inspiring musical experience. Our roots and connection is as strong as ever regardless of the time that has passed. ~Dave Garber (guitar) FLASHBACK – XMAS NYC 2012 Last Christmas my wife TBBW and I got together with my brother Dave and his family in New York City. Twenty years had passed since… Read More

Top Jazz Musicians of All Time
The Blues Blogger 06/19/2012

(Today I'm featuring a guest post by Grace Beckett, who briefly notes some of the top jazz musicians of all time. I've also included video and audio playlists for each artist, as well as links for additional  information. Please share your thoughts in the comment area below the post... If you'd like to contribute a guest post for The Blues Blogger, please click here for further detai… Read More

Joe Louis Walker: Appears on Conan March 5th
The Blues Blogger 03/04/2012

One Of My Favorite Performers Joe Louis Walker will be appearing on TBS’s Conan on Monday March 5th, 2012. JLW and his band will perform the song "Ride All Night" from his new Alligator Records debut CD Hellfire. Walker is no stranger to the music business. His discography includes 23 albums and 2 DVDs. And throughout his illustrious career has gathered four Blues Music Award… Read More

Lee Ritenour: 6 String Theory
The Blues Blogger 06/28/2010

This was an amazing album for me to produce and perform on... already one of my top favorites of recent times! ~ Lee Ritenour As you look back and explore through close to three years worth of material featured on The Blues Blogger, you’ll discover the vast majority of the articles are guitar influenced. Of course it has a lot to do with growing up surrounded by lots of music. I… Read More

Twittering the Blues: 10 Music Blips
The Blues Blogger 05/19/2009

Ten Random Music Blips Many of the posts you read on this blog have me venturing out to the country and engaging on a hike with my dog Lucille. Well, the past weekend Lucille stayed home and I took the family dirt biking instead. It was certainly a different experience for us. Unfortunately, I guess I'm not as familiar with the word clutch as I thought and lost control of the bike. One thing for… Read More

Canned Heat: A Feverish Flashback
The Blues Blogger 11/23/2008

The fall time flu has set in… The Blues Blogger has got it bad man! And yes …Like any typical guy, I’m whining and complaining like you wouldn’t believe. My wife TBBW has gone out because she says I look hideous. “You’re a mess, man. Get some sleep.” She’s right... So what do I do? Stare at my laptop screen and blink a lot… As I continued my gaze, a tune from my past began to play… Read More

Guitar Virtuosos:Ross & McKee
The Blues Blogger 05/13/2008

For the past year or so I've been listening to this guy called Andy McKee on Youtube. His playing reminded me of another guy that my wife TBBW just loves. And his name is Don Ross... I often thought to myself ... I wonder if TBBW has heard of Andy McKee? I also keep forgetting to ask her. So I decided to write a post that would help me not forget! Andy McKee was born in Topeka… Read More

Etta Baker: Queen of the Piedmont Blues
The Blues Blogger 03/17/2008

If there’s one thing you should know about me it’s this; I drive my wife nuts ... I’m always asking her about my articles. “What you think?” “Is this a good idea?” “How does it look?” After hearing me pontificate yet again, my wife TBBW gives me a steady gaze and says, TBBW: Your articles are nice dear. They’re interesting … They have a good flow. (mockingly)…Yo… Read More

Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters: Spread the Love
The Blues Blogger 09/11/2010

"I feel the respect and affection for him that a father feels for his son. He is one of the most serious blues guitarists you can find today. He makes me proud." ~ B. B. King Early Morning The clanking of blinds could be heard as the approaching autumn breeze sailed throughout the open north windows. Getting out of bed I couldn’t help think how time seems to move faster wit… Read More

The Steve Miller Band: Bingo!- New Studio Release Preview
The Blues Blogger 06/08/2010

"I'm excited about releasing some new music for the audience and for my band and for me to play. This material we're just releasing now we've been working on stage for the last couple of years and it's been going over really, really well and it's just worked out that now seemed like a good time to release a record."~ Steve Miller Saturday Morning - Breakfast My wife TBBW and I sat do… Read More

Delmark Records: It Ain't Over
The Blues Blogger 04/20/2010

The Blues Foundation will present the 31st Annual Blues Music Awards (formally known as "W.C. Handy Awards,") on May 6, 2010, from the Cook Convention Center in Memphis, Tennessee. Artists, industry reps and supporters from around the world will have the opportunity to celebrate the finest in Blues recording and live performance from 2009. Growing up in the sixties many of the… Read More

Otis Rush: I Can't Quit You Baby
The Blues Blogger 06/05/2009

I feel a whole lot better this weekend! It's funny, every time I get sick or injured, I always seem to trip back to the sixties. I guess forced relaxation can do that to some people... On that note, I'm going to take it easy this weekend. In the meantime, here's a post from last year you may enjoy if you missed it the first time around. ~tbb It Was The Year 1966 My brother knew hi… Read More

Ma Rainey: Mother of the Blues
The Blues Blogger 05/10/2009

"You like blues? I'll give you the blues. Don't call your mother for another week, and I guarantee you'll have the blues..." ~ my mom During the last 18 months that I’ve written for TheBluesBlogger site, I rarely mention my mother. Since its Mother’s Day, I thought I’d give her a bit of a plug… This year I bought her a digital photo frame that plays music. So I've been loading a b… Read More

Memphis Minnie: Blues Pioneer
The Blues Blogger 03/24/2008

The previous post I wrote featured Etta Baker. It was derived by some rather mocking and playful remarks made TheBluesBloggersWife or for short TBBW. She felt I was totally overlooking some of the more influential women that played the blues. She was right! I then started the research process … What I was looking for was a woman that made a major influence on the blues that didn’t… Read More

Shakura S'Aida: Time... CD Review
The Blues Blogger 05/14/2012

.....This album is my way of marking all of my TIMEs with music; accepting and celebrating all of the TIMEs and ways that the BLUES ROCK'ed my SOUL.... ~Shakura S'Aida A little over two years ago when I first heard the powerful and spirited voice of Shakura S’Aida , I knew something special was happening. I was so knocked out with her previous release Brown Sugar, that I wrote a piece e… Read More

Janiva Magness: Stronger For It - New Alligator Release
The Blues Blogger 03/19/2012

On Stronger For It Janiva Magness manages to rise above all the loss & hurt; providing us with her most inspiring release to date. Read More

Remembering Joe Zawinul
The Blues Blogger 07/07/2010

"There is nothing wrong with electronic music as long as you're putting some soul behind the technology." ~ Joe Zawinul Today marks what would have been Joe Zawinul's 78th birthday. I remember first hearing Zawinul in my early teens when I worked part time in the blues and jazz department of a trendy record boutique back in the seventies. One of my many responsibilities was to kee… Read More

Albert King: Born Under a Bad Sign
The Blues Blogger 04/26/2010

"At that time, my writing partner was William Bell. He came over to my house the night before the session. William wrote the words and I wrote the music in my den that night. That was one of my greatest moments in the studio as far as being thrilled with a piece of music. The feeling of it, it's the real blues done by the real people... I was there in the middle of it and it was exhi… Read More