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Adam Gussow – Beyond The Crossroads

Published By: Lamont Jack Pearley On this episode I speak with arthur and Blues Harp Musician Adam Gussow about his latest book Beyond The Crossroads, the ongoing dialog about Blues, the Church and the devil and the Myth of Robert Johnson. Adam Gussow is an associate professor of English and Southern Studies.  A member of the University of Mississippi faculty since 2002, his teaching and research interests include American and African American literature; blues, country, and other southern musics; the pastoral South; Freedom Summer; and the shaping role of race…

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Jack Dappa Blues Heritage Radio Archive Date 101117

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley On this show my featured guests are TJ Wheeler and Mrs. Shirley King. We will discuss Tj’s long tenure of work in Blues Music and history and Mrs. Shirley’s Book and the legacy of her Father BB King! To Donate click Link paypal.me/LamontJack To support our Crown Fund Campaign https://www.gofundme.com/we-are-public-media Tj Wheeler – Tj Wheeler is a treasure of American Roots music, or better put, a living, one man Juke Joint! He performs his gumbo of Blues, Jazz, Ragtime and more on a wide variety…

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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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JACK DAPPA BLUES INTERVIEW W/ BILLY BRANCH

Published By Lamont Jack Pearley In this epsode I’m honored to talk with 3 Time Grammy Nominee the “Son Of Blues” Billy Branch, who was discovered by Willie Dixon, the “father of modern Chicago Blues. He’s recorded with Willie Dixon, Johnny Winter, Lou Rawls, Koko Taylor, Eddy Clearwater, Honeyboy Edwards, Syl Johnson, Lurrie Bell, Lonnie Brooks, Ronnie Baker Brooks, John Primer, and Taj Mahal, just to name a few.

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CAN THE BLUES BE TRACED BACK TO THE LOST TRIBES

Published by Lamont Jack Pearley   “ Spirituals & Slave songs are America’s only folk music and the finest distinctive artistic contributions she has to offer” –  James Weldon Johnson On my journey researching and studying my heritage, it’s connection to Blues Music and the traditions of christianity the generations of both sides of my family lived by, I’ve began to draw a conclusion tracing all the way back, that the Blues, work/prison songs and the Spirituals all stems from the Hebrew Tribes of Israel, and we (descendants of Prisoners…

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