Tag Archives: blues

An interview with Lone Wolf One Man Band

From the humid, insect-ridden swamps of Florida, Bruno Esposito, also known by the moniker Lone Wolf, has stepped forth as a newcomer to the one-man band scene. With his vigorous banjo playing and gruff vocal delivery, he certainly plays a … Continue reading

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T-Model Ford & GravelRoad release “Taledragger” album

James Lewis Carter Ford, also known by the moniker T-Model Ford, is the blues. That is to say, the blues isn’t just a way to describe his music but also his life – hard times and hard liquor, bad women … Continue reading

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Hillgrass Bluebilly’s tribute to Hank Williams and Leadbelly — “Hiram & Huddie”

Throughout the times and all the way up to the present the enduring repertoires of early country and blues artists have lived on. In many cases the songs are even more popular today than they were during the lifetimes of … Continue reading

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Interview with Honkeyfinger

When it comes to today’s one-man bands you won’t find anyone else out there quite like London’s Honkeyfinger, who has made it his business to further bend and twist the already curved-line formula of underground music…certainly more than most have … Continue reading

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Hillgrass Bluebilly re-releases Left Lane Cruiser’s debut “Gettin’ Down On It”

When it comes to the vast and crazy wilderness that is today’s underground music scene, there occasionally comes along a band or singer/songwriter that turns out to be an entirely different breed of animal than we are accustomed to. Fort … Continue reading

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Molly Gene One Whoaman Band

From the depths of the one-man band underground there has emerged an undeniably impressive female singer/songwriter — a one-woman band, rather — whose dirty blues and raw country sound is quickly earning her a place among the more notable artists … Continue reading

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