Feb./March 2011
Greenwich Village
Coffeehouse Blues

Still the epicenter of cool and hipness,
where the love of the arts thrives

John Hammond
Raised on folk blues in his Greenwich Village hometown
Maria Muldaur
Singing the blues past midnight
John Sebastian
“With flowers in his hair, and dirt in his teeth!”
Dion DiMucci
Bronx Soulman
Alexis P. Suter Band
Have Voice, Have Band, Will Travel!
Dick Waterman
Remembers the Boston folk blues era
Bobby Radcliff
Dave Fields
Barry Harrison
Bill Sims Jr.
Arthur Neilson
Mikey Jr.
Michael Packer
James Dalton
Guy Powell
Bobby Bryan
Lucas Goldthwaite
Teddy Taub

Ace’s Alley
Bet on the blues with Paul Oscher
Motor City Shakedown
Clubs of Detroit, Past & Present

Big City Blues Profile
CREEM Magazine-Gary Grimshaw

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Western New York
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Kansas City

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On the cover:
A Great Day in
Greenwich Village, Nov. 1st, 2011.
Photo by Robert Jr Whitall

Vol. 17, No. 1

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Charlie Musselwhite
Sonny Terry
by Dane Tighman
Louie Armstrong 4-10
By Scotty D
Willie Dixon 2-10
By Er4ic Z. Manning
Janis Joplin 12-09
By Dane Tighman
Running Shoes 10-09
By Londsay Shannon
Muddy Waters 8-09
By Dagmar Chaplin
Stevie Ray Vaughn 6-09
By Mark Arminski
Robert Johnson 4-09
By Dagmar Chaplin

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