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Interviews page #1
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Interview: Marshall Chess (Feb. 05, 2007
Marshall Chess (born 13 March 1942, Chicago, Illinois-) is
the son and nephew of the founders of Chess Records, the
Chicago based independent record label that first recorded an
unprecedented list of African-American, blues and early rock
and roll artists such as: Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little
Walter, Bo Diddley, Sonny Boy Williamson, Memphis Slim,
John Lee Hooker, Rufus Thomas, Memphis Minnie, Elmore
James, Willie Dixon, Chuck Berry, Etta James and Buddy
Guy, among others.
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Over the course of his 30-year career, guitarist and vocalist
Coco Montoya's explosive guitar playing and soul-driven
voice have propelled him to the upper reaches of the
blues-rock world. From his early days as a drummer to his
current status as one of the top-drawing guitarists and
vocalists on the blues-rock scene, Montoya has forged his
reputation through years of hard work and constant touring.
And it all started with a chance meeting in the mid-1970s
with legendary bluesman Albert Collins, who offered
Montoya a gig as his drummer...
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CD Spotlight: Coco Montoya  (Feb. 19, 2007)
CD Spotlight: Steven Seagal  (Jan. 08, 2007)
CD Spotlight: Ronnie Baker Brooks
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"I grew up among the best of the best," Brooks says. "Every time
I play, I feel like I've got to do it with the authenticity and passion
that I saw in guys like Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, B.B. King and
my father.  But I also have to put my twist on it. None of those
guys repeated what came before them."
Archives: Peter Malik / Otis Spann
Segment 1
CD Spotlight 06.04.2007: Fiona Boyes
“ I ain’t never heard a woman finger-pick a guitar like that since Memphis
Minnie. She’s the best gal guitar player I heard in more than 35 years.”
- Delta pianist & Blues Hall of Fame Legend, ‘Pinetop’ Perkins