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Scott Billington's Musical Letters from NOLA

Scott Billington, producer extraordinaire of so many top-notch musicians (that typically that don’t get mainstream airplay — well, because they have genuine talent — for example “Gatemouth” Brown and James Booker, two of the GREATS — is writing a monthly “Letter from NOLA” column for Universal Music’s uDiscover website, sharing stories about the musicians he’s worked with (and others), and talking about Louisiana music in general. 8 more words

New Orleans

Ruth Brown

You know what would have been fun? Growing up when mambo was a thing. Can we bring that back? And while we’re at it, can we bring back singers who sound like Ruth Brown? 629 more words


1957 - Ruth Brown - Rock and Roll

Cover Critique: I love the colour scheme here. Orange, white, red, and pink. It really makes her name pop out. I do hope the U.S. Postal Service made a special stamp from that picture of her, as it was clearly the designer’s subliminal intention. 965 more words

Music Reviews

[137] Ruth Brown - Miss Rhythm

Fair or otherwise, this is the recording I wanted the Marian Anderson entry into the 1,000 to be.

Ruth Brown has the tone and technique of Anderson, and showcases it in this collection of Jazz and Blues tinged compositions rather than wasting them on stilted songs of praise.  195 more words


Artist Interview: Ruth Brown

KC: Tell us about your experience at Key Changes

Ruth Brown: I’ve learnt more as a person, gained confidence, and helped people with mental health problems through music. 280 more words


WARNING: Cambridge Art Fair is Upon us!

To the uninitiated it may seem slightly odd that this blog starts with a warning. But trust us – The Cambridge Art Fair has the potential to be life changing! 403 more words