Robin Morris: Aching for Clapton in '13

Full story: Monterey County Herald

Electric guitar has been important to blues music for a long time. As younger players attempt to fill the huge shoes of the immortal B.B. King, Albert Collins, Albert King and Otis Rush, a slight lull falls over the crowds at the hundreds of blues festivals around the country.

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Jul 10, 2010
 
What a great idea! I hope the good folks at the Blues Festival can make this happen! And that does explain a LOT about why the big guys are so hard to book - although honestly, I love all the smaller acts that play the Blues Festival, especially the high schoolers - they were AMAZING!
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SWEEEET DAD!

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