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Hands-are-Shelves ( vii )

The elbow balances itself
against the tide of time
Rising into orange mist,
the upturned mouth of Ganges

The bone cracked first… 173 more words


American Epic or American Tragedy? The Myth of Robert Johnson and the State of Mississippi Delta Blues

I wrote this piece  on the occasion of the Robert Johnson Centennial in May of 2011:  Reassessing the worn-out folk legend about his meeting the devil at midnight at the crossroads, it reports on the state of the 21st century blues from the perspective of a contemporary Mississippi blues player, Cedric Burnside. 2,969 more words

Bob Dylan

Don't Live For The Weekend

I am kidding with this title right? I know, I know…I am guilty of this myself but we have to stop doing this!

This morning, I wrote the serenity prayer about 10 times. 394 more words


Blues Hire Darryl Sydor as Assistant Coach, First Move Under Yeo

ST. LOUIS (May 24, 2017) – St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the club has named Darryl Sydor Assistant Coach. 258 more words

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Busted monks

This wild two piece blues band rocks the house!

Check out their recordings here.



CH.89: If you were to categorize or describe the style of your music, what would it be and why?

TB: I think rock and roll works. 957 more words