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Author: Christian Hansen

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A podcast dedicated to supporting all things Blues, Jazz, Rock and Southern Rock music!
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#41: Stu Larsen

#41: Stu Larsen

2021-03-0859:58

Stu Larsen is an Aussie singer/songwriter with a wild streak of wanderlust and a knack for tastefully marrying narrative and melody. Emerging in 2014 with the aptly named Vagabond, his congenial folk-pop is both exploratory and inclusive, a love letter to the power of music and travel.
#40: Quinn Sullivan

#40: Quinn Sullivan

2021-02-2259:54

By all accounts, Quinn Sullivan has had an extraordinary journey so far. He has toured around the world, performed and recorded with musical icons, and he has been called one of the most gifted young guitarists in our midst today. Quinn is humbled by the incredible experiences he has been afforded and appreciates the opportunity to pursue his passion. His goal is simple. “I want to make music with integrity and music that moves people. To me, that is the definition of success”
#39: Connor Selby

#39: Connor Selby

2021-02-1546:28

Connor Selby is a rising British star in the traditions of Eric Clapton and Peter Green, who has already performed with his band at Wembley Stadium, at the age of 22, at the behest of The Who.
#38: Will Johns

#38: Will Johns

2021-02-0850:42

Will Johns is a man with the music in his blood, but it’s hardly surprising given his pedigree. His parents are actress/model Paula Boyd, sister of Pattie, and record producer Andy Johns (who worked with the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Eric Clapton), and his uncles include Eric Clapton, Mick Fleetwood,George Harrison and Glyn Johns. Will sits down with me and we discuss life during year one of the pandemic, his new album slated to come out at sometime this year called "Blues Daddy" and so much more!
#37: Lane Peoples

#37: Lane Peoples

2021-02-0101:04:38

Lane Peoples up in coming blues/rock/southern rock guitarist from Florida!
#36: Othman Wahabi

#36: Othman Wahabi

2020-12-2856:49

Othman Wahabi is a Moroccan Canadian singer-songwriter, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and music producer who has carved his own niche in the blues genre. He is best known for his slide guitar work, versatile vocals and eclectic trance blues records.  http://othmanwahabi.bandcamp.com
#35: Eddy Castles

#35: Eddy Castles

2020-12-2201:01:21

Today is Eddy Castles Day! Eddy is a Singer Songwriter/Guitarist in the newly formed jam band Teachers in Custody.
#34: Zane Carney

#34: Zane Carney

2020-12-1451:04

Zane Carney is a guitarist, singer and songwriter who plays with John Mayer, Avril Lavigne, CARNEY & Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark.
#33: Kenny Potilechio

#33: Kenny Potilechio

2020-12-0801:04:41

Kenny Potilechio! Member of the KP3 Trio, PBJ and the band Run Forrest Run! 
#32: Brian Durbin

#32: Brian Durbin

2020-12-0701:07:59

Brian Durbin lead singer of the 80's Hair Rock/Metal Tribute Band Hairbangers Ball sits down with Christian and talks about his journey through life as a musician and how he's been able to navigate through this pandemic while still performing shows.
#31: Vinnie Moore

#31: Vinnie Moore

2020-12-0147:13

Vinnie Moore is an American guitarist and a member of the British hard rock band UFO. Moore is one of the most influential and important guitarists to emerge from the virtuoso boom in the mid to late eighties.
#30: Erin Coburn

#30: Erin Coburn

2020-11-1701:06:49

Erin Coburn is settled in Kentucky, making music that is primarily Rock, which is heavily influenced by artists like Badflower, The Black Keys, and Cage the Elephant. Having released her debut album Chaos Before Conformity in 2015, followed by her sophomore release Queen of Nothing two years later and her third record in 2019, Out From Under. Since then, Coburn’s fanbase has grown both nationally and worldwide. Joining Erin in this interview is her drummer Brandon Pettiford.
#29: Damon Fowler

#29: Damon Fowler

2020-11-0901:16:40

Fowler's guitar work has been compared to Johnny Winter and Jeff Beck, while his slide guitar has a hint of the late Duane Allman. He can play fiery guitar runs with the best of them, but it's his lyrical work on lap steel and Dobro that makes him stand out among the legions of guitar heroes.
#28: Dweezil Zappa

#28: Dweezil Zappa

2020-11-0201:08:06

Dweezil Zappa is an American rock guitarist and occasional actor. He is the son of musical composer and performer Frank Zappa. Exposed to the music industry from an early age, Dweezil developed a strong affinity for playing the guitar and producing music.
#27: Champ Jaxon

#27: Champ Jaxon

2020-08-1737:07

Champ Jaxon is a nine year old aspiring blues-rock musician based out of Southwest Florida. Champ was born in New Bedford, Massachusetts in 2010 and his family relocated back to Florida in 2013 when he was three years old. Shortly thereafter, in the Spring of 2014, Champ attended the Wanee Music Festival at Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida. He witnessed the Allman Brothers Band on their farewell tour as well as many other great acts such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Moe., Tedeschi Trucks Band, Gov't Mule, Royal Southern Brotherhood, and more. Although he'd already been exposed to music beforehand, that festival is where his passion was ignited. He and his family attended the next four Wanee festivals as well as many other festivals and concerts throughout Florida since then, including the Rolling Stones most recently. Champ began studying the guitar around age six, although he had a ukulele he'd been banging around with prior to that. His father taught him a few basics to get going and he currently receives instruction at the Rock Box Music School in North Port, FL. Champ's debut performance came when sang one song at a youth talent showcase in May 2018. That was followed by a handful of local open mic appearances, which led to his first featured gig at Big Storm Brewing in Cape Coral, FL in March of 2019. Since then, Champ has performed at various venues throughout Southwest Florida, including Punta Gorda's 50th Anniversary Woodstock Celebration, The Southwest Florida International Blues Society Regional International Blues Competition, and the Big Orange Music Festival, where he shared the stage with Blackberry Smoke, The Allman Betts Band, JD Simo, Joanna Shaw Taylor, and more. Champ plays a Gibson SG Signature Guitar through a Fender Blues Junior IV Humboldt Edition Amplifier and uses D'Addario strings, He is also a proud member of the Lone Hawk Hat family, which includes the likes of Sheryl Crow, Chris Robinson, Marcus King, and other esteemed entertainers. Champ's band mates, the Low Flying Owls (inspired by a road sign on nearby Captiva Island), include his father, Nate Winkler on rhythm guitar and backup vocals. They are joined by Brent Adam on drums and Alex Mazevski on bass. All three band members are involved in solo projects or also members of other bands.
#26: Connor Korte

#26: Connor Korte

2020-08-1048:55

Graduating from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelors in Audio Engineering he took his life on the road as a crew member for many professional musicians. While off the road he has a love for the blues. His passion heightened when he decided to create a historical documentary film series called 594 Miles From Chicago. Archiving the lives of over 100 Chicago blues musicians. He is also the owner of Bluesbird Talent Agency LLC., the booking and production company involved in the film.
#25: Aidan Skinner

#25: Aidan Skinner

2020-08-0301:07:01

Aidan Skinner and I talk about his blues influences, getting into guitar, meeting some of his hero's and more.
#24: Neil Carter

#24: Neil Carter

2020-07-2755:18

Neil Carter is an English musician who has worked in diverse genres throughout his career. Classically trained, he became a professional rock musician at the age of 17 and initially had his first "mainstream" experience with singer-songwriter Gilbert O'Sullivan. He subsequently played guitar and keyboard for the hard rock band UFO, blues rock guitarist Gary Moore, and Wild Horses. He is credited for co-writing a number of Gary Moore's songs including the worldwide hit "Empty Rooms". At 30 he left the rock world and developed a different career as both teacher of woodwind (saxophone and clarinet) and as an ABRSM examiner. 2010 saw an unexpected return to rock with Gary Moore, playing festivals across Europe and a tour of Ukraine and Russia. Future tours and a Celtic rock album were to follow but this was curtailed by the death of Gary Moore in February 2011. On 30 April 2019, it was announced that he would return to UFO for their 'Last Orders' tour, following the death of Paul Raymond with Neil replacing Paul. The tour began in June 2019 in Germany with concerts and festival appearances. It is expected that following the USA dates in autumn 2019 there will be some concerts in 2020 as a continuation of the bands’ final 50th anniversary tour.He taught at Brighton College, from January 1993 holding the position of "Head of Woodwind and Brass". He taught one-on-one lessons on clarinet and saxophone. Neil was the conductor of the school Concert Band, and the school Saxophone Ensemble and led the School's Swing Band. Neil left Brighton College in June 2014 to move down to his home in Lanzarote. 
#23: Joey Stuckey

#23: Joey Stuckey

2020-07-2001:23:49

Sponsor: https://nightfood.comWhat is happening y'all! Today is Joey Stuckey Day on the show! Joey Stuckey is an award-winning blind guitarist, songwriter, singer, composer, producer, radio and television personality, music columnist, educator and sound engineer. 
#22: Heritage

#22: Heritage

2020-07-1346:41

Whats happening folks! It's Heritage day on the show! Had a great conversation with the band Heritage from Texas! A southern rock, blues rock band that kicks ass! Their debut album is out now titled "Long Hard Road" available on all streaming platforms! 
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