Cruisin’ The High Seas: LRBC Review

Hello again everyone, man what a week or so. Starting out at a fabulous pre-cruise party put on by the South Florida Blues Society featuring super bands and great party vibes just setting  us up for the seven days at sea. WHOA ! I am not gonna get complex or deep here, since I need to […]

Dion: Blues Taught Me How to Live; Part Two

By Don Wilcock On January 24, 2012, 1950s rock and roll star Dion Di Mucci released the third CD in his blues trilogy, Tank Full of Blues. The first two, Bronx in Blue and Son of Skip James, were largely covers of classic delta blues songs. On Tank Full of Blues Dion discovers his own […]

JP Soars: Blues-Metal Mania

JP Soars is a young guitar slinger that can play anything, anywhere, at any time.  To classify him as a blues guiotarist would not do him justice, he is a true young professional musician. After seeing him several times and being fascinated by his stage presence and demeanor – the last time as a special […]

Dion The Wanderer Comes Home to The Blues: Part One

By Don Wilcock “Sometimes white guys are trying to get inside the blues. Blues guys are trying to get out.” Dion Di Mucci makes profound statements like that in a Bronx accent that he delivers in a drawl that is the vocal equivalent of a mixed metaphor. It’s as though he were a Bronx borough […]