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Jack Dappa Blues Radio Wednesday Dec. 7th 2016

Published by Lamont Jack Pearley 05:00 pm Chicago Mill Blues Peetie Wheatstraw Blues 06:00 pm Alabama Blues Three Stripped Gears Blues 06:00 pm Decoration Day Blues Curtis Jones Blues 06:00 pm Gray Goose Lead Belly Blues 06:00 pm Money Johnson Stump Johnson Blues 06:00 pm Pitty Pat Blind Squire Turner Blues 06:00 pm Those Black Man Blues Mary Johnson Blues 06:00 pm Little Brown Skin Girl Lee Brown Blues 06:00 pm Love Bug Peetie Wheatstraw Blues 06:00 pm New Black And Tackle Blues Rhythm Willie & His Gang Blues 06:00…

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Joshua2 and the Pentecostal Blues

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley Talking Bout The Blues Featured Artist Series Highlights Joshua2 and the Blues Project- Pentecostal Blues. Joshua2 presents The Blues Project: “Pentecostal Blues Concert” to Harlem. A musical performance that celebrates the history and continuing relevance of original blues through Joshua2’s signature style call “Pentecostal Blues.” The Blues Project: precipitates a blend of authentic gospel, folk, low-down country, blues and R&B/Soul and conveys a message of unity by bringing people from diverse backgrounds to interact, bond, come together as one and have an amazing time through…

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Podcast 

Jack Dappa Blues Interview W/ Corey Harris

Publish By Lamont Jack Pearley This episode we talk with the legendary Blues Musician Corey Harris about the lineage of the Blues, it’s connection to African American History and the soils of Africa, as well as a detailed discussion about his controversial article “Can White People Play the Blues” which touches on the topic of culture, heritage and who has the right to preserve said heritage.

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Podcast 

Jack Dappa Blues Interview W/ Marquise Knox

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley On this episode of Talking Bout The Blues, I spoke with St. Louis Bluesman Marquise Knox, who shares how the Blues was passed down to him through his family, and the importance of the connection to Blues and African American Heritage. Born St. Louis Mo, Marquise hails from a musical family deeply rooted in the Blues. He learned how to play guitar from his grandmother Lillie. He also played with his uncle Clifford, who was a major influence in Marquise’s life.

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