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Election Coverage

It seems the election coverage has been ramping up since the Labour Day weekend, as if the real campaign has only just begun. So far only one of the candidates in my area has been around to try to convince me to vote for him and his party. 34 more words


The Grand Art Of The Conversion Challenge - Sunnyland Slim

I have often told my kids… in the style of The Godfather… “one day you will come to me and ask, do you have that one song? 592 more words

Daily Dose Of Blues 2.6.15

Little Hubert Sumlin With Sunnyland Slim – Come On Home Baby

Published on Dec 11, 2011

” The late, great Hubert Sumlin learning & plying his trade with everything he has.

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Historic lodge part of African-American, local history

Wink’s Lodge

By Jeffrey V. Smith
One of the most significant buildings of historical and cultural importance for African Americans is tucked away in small corner of Gilpin County. 1,679 more words


Blues and Rhythm Show 153 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, October 28th, (1:00-2:30 pm)

Mostly blues and a couple of gospel sides on today’s show. We have a brief set of… 163 more words

open the passenger door and climb in...

..writes rock’n’roll author and ex-Clash Road Manager, Johnny Green in Highway 61’s foreword.  Johnny should know because when the Clash first toured the States in 1979, Bo Diddley was the band’s support of choice. 425 more words


(Feb 7, 2013): Sunnyland Slim – Be Careful How You Vote

From the 1989 compilation reissue, Be Careful How You Vote.  In his 1997 book on the Blues, Tony Russell reported that Studs Terkel once said Sunnyland Slim was “a living piece of our folk history, gallantly and eloquently carrying on in the old tradition.”  After moving to Chicago, Slim played with the likes of Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Robert Lockwood, and Little Walter.  21 more words