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BB King

From “Man-Child” to Blues Royalty…. Long Love the King by TJ Wheeler The 20 year old Black man in May 1945 was having mixed feelings about his life’s prospects. There was a World War still raging and still another in his inner world. After all, at his young age he had already achieved the coveted…

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We say goodbye to David Maxwell

There are all types of personalities in Blues. David Maxwell was a top shelf gentleman and extraordinarily talented piano player. His great deep voice brought his songs to the Blues community with creativity and humor. Peter Ward puts on a show at the Regent Theater in Somerville, MA in memory of the late, great, Queen…

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Johnny Winter

Johnny Winter lets his guitar do the talking at the Bull Run -by Nick Tsui A thin, albino, elder statesman of the Blues was aided up a small flight of steps to the stage. He sat down on a chair where he would remain for the rest of the night. Barely looking like he couldn’t…

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The Legendary Rynborn Blues Club

From The Oct/Nov 2005 issue of The Blues Audience newsletter We say goodbye to a New England Treasure- The RYNBORN BLUES CLUB 1987-2005 The Rynborn Restaurant opened in 1987 in Antrim, NH a sleepy little NH town at the crossroads of Rtes. 202 and 31 not too far from Concord and Manchester, NH. It began…

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