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She Is Experienced: Joanne Shaw Taylor, June 18 at Creekside Bar & Grill
Written By: Jeff Ignatius
Section: Music

Category: Feature Stories

2009-06-16 14:19:52

Joanne Shaw TaylorThe striking thing initially about Joanne Shaw Taylor's debut record, White Sugar, is a voice that has the soul and wisdom that only experience can provide. Decades of experience.

With an introduction like that, it's not surprising that she's only 23, but even though she lacks the requisite years, she has a startling maturity. Despite the quadruple-novelty appeal of being a (1) young, (2) British, (3) white, and (4) female blues guitarist and singer, Taylor has taken her time getting to this point.
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Stirring the Hornets: Joe & Vicki Price, May 22 at the Dam View Inn
Written By: Jeff Ignatius
Section: Music

Category: Feature Stories

2009-05-20 19:21:10

Joe & Vicki Price

The phrase "hornets' nest" is usually employed as a metaphor, and it is in the lead track from Joe Price's new record, Rain Or Shine. But the origin of the song called "Hornet's Nest" is quite literal.

"I realized that it was time to start writing some words to some of these grooves," Price said in a phone interview this week, "so I went out to the shed and ... I started playing a little groove, and the next thing I know I had hornets all around me. And they were buzzing me. ... There were hornets' nests all over the damned shed. It was the slide, the sound of the slide, that made them curious. They never did sting me."

It could have been as simple as the slide guitar, but I'd like to think it might have been something more mystical that stirred up the hornets: the energy of creation after a songwriting and recording layoff of almost a decade.
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The Chief Rides Into Town: Eddy Clearwater, November 7 at the Redstone Room
Written By: Jeff Ig
Section: Music

Category: Feature Stories

2008-10-29 08:21:16

Eddy The Chief Clearwater In 1980, Living Blues magazine founder Jim O'Neal approached left-handed guitarist Eddy Clearwater about making an album for his new label, Rooster Blues.

That's when everyone started calling Eddy "The Chief," he said in a recent phone interview, "because I wanted to wear my headdress and ride a horse for the artwork, for the cover." The headdress has since become a signature piece in Clearwater's stage shows.


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