• Brant Buckley Interviews Blues Rocker Tommy Conwell

    Tommy Conwell in flight Photo courtesy of the artist.
    Tommy Conwell is a guitarist, songwriter, and performer. He is best known as the frontman for the Philadelphia-based band Tommy Conwell & The Young Rumblers. The band had a #1 US mainstream rock hit in 1988 with “I’m Not Your Man”.
    Conwell’s music also appeared in the following original motion picture soundtracks: Shout-“Devil Call Me Back Home” (Written by Tommy Conwell and performed by Otis Rush) and
  • Black Stone Cherry’s Fertile ‘Family Tree’

    If anyone still thinks 18 years into the 21st century that there’s a line in the sand between southern rock and blues, Black Stone Cherry doesn’t just cross that line, it obliterates, deletes, and eradicates it with their sixth album Family Tree out today (Friday, April 20th). Like a NASCAR front-runner with deep tracks, this CD lays four on the floor with the shift soldered permanently in fast forward.
    The highlight of the album is “Dancin’ in The Rain” featuring W
  • Win A “Doheny Blues By The Coast” Prize Package: VIP Passes, Blues Tees, Music, and more!

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  • Dickey Betts Will Begin His 2018 Comeback Close to Home

    Dickey Betts will launch his comeback tour next month. Two days prior to his official Macon, Georgia comeback show on May 17th, Betts will be performing a special “live rehearsal” at the White Buffalo Saloon in Sarasota, Florida. The 74-year-old Betts has lived in the Sarasota area for most of his life, and still calls SRQ home.
    “Everywhere I go fans keep saying they want me to get out and play again,” Betts told the Sarasota Herald-Tribune in December. “I think the
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  • Mike Zito Lives a ‘First Class Life’

    Mike Zito ‘First Class Life’ album cover
    Blues-rocker Mike Zito will release his new album via Ruf Records on May 11th. First Class Life marks the return of Zito to the genre he loves the most, the blues.
    “The title track is a nod to where I’ve come from and where I’m at,” Zito explains. “It’s a rags-to-riches story, and it’s true. I grew up poor in St. Louis, and now I’m traveling the world to sing my songs.”
    Most bluesmen never
  • Mike Zito is Living a ‘First Class Life’

    Mike Zito ‘First Class Life’ album cover
    Blues-rocker Mike Zito will release his new album via Ruf Records on May 11th. First Class Life marks the return of Zito to the genre he loves the most, the blues.
    “The title track is a nod to where I’ve come from and where I’m at,” Zito explains. “It’s a rags-to-riches story, and it’s true. I grew up poor in St. Louis, and now I’m traveling the world to sing my songs.”
    Most bluesmen never
  • Bobby Rush – He’s Gifted and He’s Blessed

    In a world full of uncertainties, one thing is for sure, Bobby Rush is a certified blues legend. Rush has been making his mark on the scene since 1951, and has released 377 albums within that time, claiming to have inspired everyone from James Brown to 50 Cent with his sassy, funk fixated take on the genre.
    I caught up with the Grammy award winning Bluesman at Bluesfest Byron Bay to talk his first encounter with the blues, being late to Muddy Waters’ birthday party then rejecting his women
  • 10 Must Have Albums for Record Store Day 2018

    Record Store Day 2018
    Record Store Day is upon us again. Saturday, April 21st is the day when scores of audiophiles descend on their local record shops. Our goal? To be the first to have exclusive or first release music, on vinyl, in our hot little hands.
    Over 240 independent shops participate in Record Store Day each year. Each having a limited amount of the kind of music that wax addicts are looking for. This year, everyone from ABBA to Zero 7 will have LPs, EPs, and singles on the shelves as
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  • Times Square BB King Blues Club & Grill Closing

    New York, NY — A blues institution will pass into history as the Times Square B.B. King Blues Club & Grill closes its doors on April 29th. Since opening in June of 2000, this venerated blues venue located at 237 W 42nd St. has showcased the biggest and boldest names in music for over 18 years.
    The club has announced that none other than Buddy Guy will perform the final show here on April 29th. Music lovers can enjoy a closing week celebration that will include performances by&nbs
  • Warren Haynes Talks About Tom Petty, Marcus King, Neil Young, and “Naked Guy”

    Warren Haynes is a rock and roll chameleon. Whether he’s playing a solo acoustic tour, jamming with The Allman Brothers or performing a mind-altering, psychedelic set with Gov’t Mule, the front man isn’t afraid of change, crossing all stylistic territories with extraordinary skill, and pure unadulterated passion.
    Chris Dornan and I sat down with the guitar great backstage at Bluesfest Byron Bay to discuss, among many other things, the loss of Tom Petty, and Brian Farmer, his dr
  • Blackberry Smoke – Volume with Finesse

    Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top told Blackberry Smoke in 2008, “Stop trying to be so good. Just let the music go where it’s gonna go.”
    Do a blindfold test on the band’s just-released sixth full-length album Find The Light, and you might think most of the cuts are outtakes from Led Zeppelin III. Look at their exhausting tour schedule, and you see they’re playing the storied King Biscuit Blues Festival, but they’re also appearing on separate dates of their current tour
  • Book Excerpt: A Selection From Twist Turner Autobiography ‘Blues With a Twist’

    What if you could work with your idols and heroes; and all your favorite musicians? Not only would that be a dream come true, but man oh man would you have some stories to tell!
    For Twist Turner, that’s exactly what fate had in store for him. Over the course of his five-decade career as a drummer, he’s had the opportunity to work with over 40 Grammy Award winners and/or nominees and countless W.C.Handy/BMA winners. Born and raissed in Seattle, Turner left for the daunting rough and
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  • Artists Announced For 2018 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival

    First Launched in 2007, The Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival is a fun, true, and unique celebration of music, food and culture. Each year the Festival brings together artists representing the genres of roots, blues, gospel, country, folk, bluegrass, rock, and soul. For three days in the Fall, Stephens Lake Park in Columbia, Missouri becomes the site of one of the most prominent festivals in the country.
    Roots n Blues Friday 2015 Photo: Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival
    From the Kick-off event on Thursday
  • Debut Album From Allman Goldflies Band is Their ‘Second Chance’

    The musical genres we know and love have distinctive sounds. Lightning guitars and screaming harp declare Chicago blues. Memphis soul oozes with the sound of Hammond organs punctuated by earth shattering vocals. Southern Rock melded these and added country spice, swamp water, and long form jams. The debut album from the Allman Goldflies Band, Second Chance, nailed that definition squarely between our ears.
    Allman Goldflies Band is Florida born Southern music, bred in the tradition of the founder
  • Beth Hart’s ‘Live From New York – Front and Center’ Out Today

    Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group is out today with the Beth Hart CD/DVD release Live From New York – Front & Center. On March 7th, 2017, GRAMMY-nominated songstress extraordinaire Beth Hart performed an intimate concert at NYC’s Iridium Jazz Club showcasing songs from her latest album Fire on the Floor and from throughout her career. The performance is also featured on the Season 8 premiere episode of Public Television’s critically acclaimed concert series, Front and Ce
  • Sneak Peek From Leo “Bud” Welch Documentary ‘Late Blossom Blues’

    We have all heard the stories of those few fortunate souls who were late bloomers and went on to enjoy success in their later years. Morgan Freeman didn’t become seriously acknowledged and recognized until he was 52. Toni Morrison? It didn’t happen for her until she was into her forties. Soul songstress Bettye LaVette enjoyed success at the tender age of 16, but she would not know it again until she was 59.
    Imagine doing something that is your passion all your life in your spare tim
  • Exclusive WORLD PREMIERE Track From Eric Corne – “Pull String to Inflate”

    Award winning engineer, producer, songwriter, and artist Eric Corne is set to release his newest offering, Happy Songs For The Apocalypse, on April 20th. The album comes out via his own Forty Below Records label.
    Corne wrote all twelve tunes on Happy Songs For the Apocalypse as well as providing lead vocals, and playing a fistful of instruments. One of those songs is the metaphorical “Pull String to Inflate.”
    “‘Pull String to Inflate’ sort of uses the metaphor of a
  • Fantastic Negrito Is True to His Voice with ‘Please Don’t Be Dead’

    The nature of music reviewing is trying to categorize an artist. Comparisons help to give a sense of what an artist sounds like. Conversely, readers are often told that artists “sound like no one else,” which is usually fairly unlikely, unless the artist is performing microtonal bluegrass using a car horn and the cries of a distressed owl. On Please Don’t Be Dead, Fantastic Negrito has a unique sound, not because he sounds like no one else, but because of the way he adeptly fu
  • WORLD PREMIERE MUSIC: Mike Zito “First Class Life”

    Mike Zito Photo: Savas Mallotides
    There may not be a more honest bluesman than Mike Zito, whose 15th album First Class Life comes out May 11th on Ruf Records.
    As is fitting for a man with the word “Blues” tattooed across his picking hand, First Class Life focuses squarely on blues with heart and chops to spare, not to mention wit and openness. The rocking yet poignant title track explores his journey from addiction to sobriety and then musical recognition.
    Blues-rock is a tightrope
  • Lineup Announced for 2018 King Biscuit Blues Festival

    HELENA, AR — The King Biscuit Blues Festival showcases the nation’s foremost Blues music.
    Paul Thorn calls The Biscuit “one of my favorites” and “a wonderful event.” Carolyn Wonderland says it’s like going to Mecca: “You gotta make the pilgrimage because it’s where the music’s real.” Charlie Starr of Blackberry Smoke looks at the group’s Biscuit date as his job to “make sure we continue to push outwards with our music
  • Paul Thorn’s Sacred Pole Dance

    Paul Thorn     -Photo by Lee Harrelson
    He calls the music on his just released CD Don’t Let The Devil Ride “sacred pole dancing.” As he did on Pimps and Preachers, Paul Thorn rubs the sacred and profane together like two sticks to create sparks ’cause that’s what real people do.
    “If you go into a strip club, you’ll see a woman dance on a pole, and they’ll play the sultry music, but if you listen to the music that’s really
  • NEWS: Little Steven joins Blues Foundation’s Hall of Fame inductees and Blues Music Awards winners

    The sounds, and the stars, of the blues rule Memphis when Blues Music Week kicks off on May 8. MEMPHIS, Tenn. — There has never been a Blues Music Week quite like one that will be happening this May, and it all starts and ends with Little Steven Van Zandt. Back in January, Little Steven served as a finals judge for the International Blues Challenge, and came away so impressed with The Blues Foundation’s work to preserve blues heritage and celebrate blues recording
  • Author Greg Yawman Takes Us to ‘The Summer of the Terraplane Blues’

    Author Gregory Yawman Photo: Donna Yawman
    Baltimore’s Greg Yawman is a bit of a renaissance man. A semi-retired lawyer, Yawman is a full-time blues fan, history buff, artisan, and author. His incredibly detailed models of Mississippi juke joints, which he donates to the Blues Foundation, are auctioned off at the International Blues Challenge, and Blues Music Awards each year.
    But it’s not just the jukes that draw Yawman’s interest. The legends of the blues, along with the histo
  • Yvonne Staples Dead at 80

    Yvonne Staples, the reluctant baritone singing member of the Staple Singers, died Tuesday at her home in the South Shore community of Chicago at age 80. Her death was confirmed by Chicago’s Leak & Sons Funeral Home. She had recently been diagnosed with cancer.
    Staples performed on several hits with the family group including “Respect Yourself,” “I’ll Take You There,” and “Heavy Makes You Happy.” Other members of the Staple Singers included her
  • Tampa Bay Blues Festival Sunday Revives Gallagher and Brings the Heat

    St. Petersburg, FL – Sundays are always an interesting experience at the Tampa Bay Blues Festival. Sometimes they are designated theme days, such as a celebration of the music of The Big Easy, or maybe just a look at some up-and-coming younger artists making a name for themselves. This year’s Sunday seemed to be about just having fun.
    Friday and Saturday’s lineups featured the likes of Robert Cray, Beth Hart, John Nemeth, Buddy Guy, Ronnie Earl, Janiva Magness, Eric Gales and m
  • Exclusive World Premiere Video: The Reverend Shawn Amos “Moved”

    Like the blues, The Reverend Shawn Amos’ sound has evolved over time. Key points in his life have triggered changes in his style, his music, and his outlook on the world.
    February 16th, 2018 marked the date Amos released his album, The Reverend Shawn Amos Breaks It Down.
    “This album was born while on tour through the American south during the spring of 2017,” Amos reflects. “Driving through Tennessee and Alabama, I was reminded of my color, my otherness. I was drawn to ho
  • Clarksdale, Mississippi’s 15th Annual Juke Joint Festival

    Juke Joint Festival art by Cristen Barnard
    Clarksdale, Mississippi – In just 15 years, Clarksdale, Mississippi’s Juke Joint Festival has gone from a small event attracting hundreds to the stuff of blues legend, attracting thousands of music fans from around the globe, annually.
    “Based on phone calls and hotel bookings, 2018 is shaping up to be our biggest edition yet,” said co-organizer Roger Stolle. “In past years, we have attracted attendees from as many as 28 for
  • Rita Coolidge Makes Us Feel ‘Safe in the Arms of Time’

    The “Delta Lady,” Rita Coolidge will be releasing her 17th studio album, Safe in the Arms of Time on May 4th, 2018.
    The Blue Élan label release marks the first new music Coolidge has recorded since the tragic death in 2015 of her beloved sister, Priscilla, a recording artist and member of Walela, the Native American trio she and Coolidge founded with Priscilla’s daughter, Laura Satterfield. The recording of the album also coincided with Coolidge’s relocation from S
  • Album Review:The Della Grants,Live Room Sessions, Vol. 1

    The Della Grants is a band that is close to my heart. Back in my early days of spinning the blues, probably 2011-2012, I came across a band whose sound was the blues-rock sound that I loved.  A blues band committed to recording their own sound, their own songs, always seeking to make them better, to evolve. That band is The Della Grants.
    The Della Grants’ major focus was on representing their live sound when recording The Live Room Sessions, Vol. 1, and I’m glad they did. If I
  • Two Chicago Drummers to be Inducted Into Blues Hall of Fame

    The Blues Hall of Fame honors those who have made the Blues timeless through performance, documentation, and recording. This year, for the first time ever, two Chicago drummers will be honored with inductions. Sam Lay and Fred Below will both be inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame on May 9th, 2018 at Memphis’ Halloran Centre.
    Fred Below in France 1975 Photo: Lionel Decoster
    Chicago native, Frederick Below, Jr. was born on September 6th, 1926. He began as a drummer in a high school jazz ba
  • Authentic Hendrix Announces Exclusive Teaming to Expand and Enhance Retail Brand

    Eric Gales Experience Hendrix Tour 2012 Photo: Steven C. Pesant courtesy of Authentic Hendrix
    HOLLYWOOD, CA. – Authentic Hendrix, Epic Rights and Perryscope Productions will launch the new Authentic Hendrix global retail program at the world’s largest licensing trade show, Licensing Expo, in Las Vegas, May 22nd – 24th.
    Epic Rights and Perryscope Productions will offer retailers, manufacturers and licensees an all-new Authentic Hendrix brand guide with iconic new photographs alo
  • North Sea Jazz Festival Confirms Another Wave of Acts

    With just over three months until the North Sea Jazz Festival returns to the Ahoy Centre in Rotterdam, the organizers have announced an additional wave of acts for the three-day event.
    North Sea Jazz Festival 2018
    The Roots (plus very special guests), Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Tord Gustavsen featuring Simin Tander, Jasper Høiby’s Fellow Creatures, David Sanborn Acoustic Band, Nate Smith KINFOLK, Jazzmeia Horn, Moses Boyd Exodus, Mike Stern/Randy Brecker Band, Keyon Ha
  • AJ Ghent Serves the Songs on ‘The Neo Blues Project’

     Guitarist/steel player/singer AJ Ghent [J-ent] came up through Col. Bruce Hampton’s band, which could be pretty jam-oriented. Ghent’s 2015 solo debut, Live at Terminal West, was, as the title implies, a live album. A high-energy one at that, with lots of incredible guitar and steel playing at its forefront.
    But The Neo Blues Project, Ghent’s studio debut, is a step away from that more technique-centered work. Instead, he’s created a song-driven EP, with lots of grea
  • America’s Musical Journey: A Cross-Country Adventure in IMAX

    The MacGillivray Freeman film, America’s Musical Journey is showing on IMAX and huge screens the world over. Produced by Shaun MacGillivray, and directed by Greg MacGillivray, America’s Musical Journey takes us to the cities where American music was born, with narrator Morgan Freeman as our guide.
    From the blues of Chicago to the cowboy songs of Austin, Texas, and from Miami’s latin rhythms to the grunge movement of Seattle, it’s a whirlwind trip combining history, t
  • Indian Wells Music Festival Comes to Coachella Valley April 6th & 7th

    Indian Wells Music Festival, the popular music event that has taken place in the Coachella Valley for the past two decades, arrives again this weekend. Newly expanded into a two-day festival, it incorporates more musical styles than ever before.
    Presented by Fisherman’s Market & Grill, Indian Wells Music Festival brings Rock, Blues, Jazz and Country to the spectacular setting of the Indian Wells Tennis Garden.
    “We’re excited to once again be partnering with the Indian Wells
  • Bluesfest Byron Bay DAY FIVE

    Eric Gales  -Photo by Kyle McOscar
    As with every year when day five of Bluesfest rolls around it’s a bittersweet affair. You’re tired from a week of partying, the crowds have reduced significantly, but the music is still going, and you don’t want it to end.
    Walter Trout‘s second set on the Jambalaya stage was an exhilarating high, this time getting his son Jon up on stage to play guitar with him. In a deeply felt tribute to his wife, Marie, Trout and his guitar-sling
  • Tampa Bay Blues Festival Founder Chuck Ross Reveals Why It’s So Special

    Backtrack Blues Band  -Photo: Mark Ammons
    Local legend Chuck Ross has had his hand in the blues for the better part of 40 years. It all started with his band, Backtrack Blues Band. He then went on to own the Ringside Cafe, which has always been a staple venue for blues aficionados and music lovers alike in Saint Petersburg, Florida.
    In 1995, he took booking bands to the next level by founding the Tampa Bay Blues Festival. This premier festival has been host to the biggest names in the blues
  • Bluesfest Byron Bay DAY FOUR

    Walter Trout -Photo by Barry Kerzner
    Finally after 16 years, and a failed attempt at playing down-under a few years ago in the midst of his health problems, Walter Trout graced the Jambalaya stage and solidified Bluesfest day four as a triumph.
    The highlight of the set was an emotional rendition of “Say Goodbye To The Blues” which he dedicated to the King of the Blues, Mr. BB King. Trout told the story of meeting BB King when he was a 16-year-old guitarist, and having the blues
  • Becky Barksdale Pays Tribute with “Dance The Night With Me”

    Janet and Becky -Photo courtesy of Becky Barksdale
    There are times in everyone’s life when life throws them a curveball. Sometimes, we even get thrown a knuckleball! It is inevitable. What counts ultimately is how we handle these trials and tribulations. For instance: How does one deal with the loss of a close friend? How do we deal with knowing that after twenty five years of that person being there for us, all of a sudden they are gone, never to return?
    If you are singer, composer and gu
  • Bluesfest Byron Bay DAY THREE

    Photo by Chloe Kay Richardson
    After Friday night’s mind altering performance from Robert Plant and his Sensational Space Shifters, I was reeling, hoping that the remaining three days of the festival could live up to the standard that had been set, and day three seriously upped the ante.
    Saturday’s standout moments were the best of the entire festival. After another crowd pleasing, sweat inducing set from the California Honeydrops, CHAIN served up some Aussie blues in the Delta tent,
  • Bluesfest Byron Bay DAY TWO

    Photo by Chloe Kay Richardson
    After an impressive first day at Bluesfest, Day Two had a lot to live up to, but it delivered in spades with some of the festivals best moments yet.
    Not only was there sunshine, but there was “Soulshine.” Gov’t Mule played the Allman Brothers track during their set in the Jambalaya tent. No strangers to inviting guests on stage, they were later accompanied by Jackson Browne for a beautiful cover of “Melissa.” To see Browne and Mule on s
  • Lance Lopez Makes The Most of New Beginnings

    Photo by Alex Solca
    There aren’t too many of us that are given a second chance. It isn’t very often that the universe affords a person the opportuity to start over and make things right. For those few unique and privileged souls granted this luxury, it is not to be squandered.
    Lance Lopez has led an extraordinary life, joining Johnny Taylor at 17 and then at 18, he became Lucky Peterson’s band leader. At 20 he met and was encouraged by John Lee Hooker. His mentors included Bill
  • Robert Finley Confirms Headlining Tour & Dates Opening for Nathaniel Rateliff

    Nashville, TN – Soul singer Robert Finley announced new headlining tour dates throughout May in cities including New York, Boston, and Atlanta. Finley will also open for Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats in Richmond, Washington, DC, Toronto, and Montreal earlier that month. Tickets for the Rateliff dates are on sale now, and headlining dates will go on sale Friday March 30th at 10:00 AM
    Finley is currently on the East Coast leg of the 20-date “Easy Eye Sound Revue Tour,&rdquo
  • Bluesfest Byron Bay DAY ONE

    Bluesfest Day One, 2018  -Photo by Chloe Kay Richardson
    So, it’s that time of year again, the time for chocolate bunnies, and Byron Bay Bluesfest! It’s the only place us blues lovers would want to spend the long Easter weekend.
    Although the weather Gods weren’t exactly shining down upon us, the crowds were out in full force for Day One of the festival. With their gumboots on, and smiles unwavering, the enthused crowds were dancing freely in the heavy rain while making thei
  • GTBB’s ‘Backstage Pass’ Is A Real Good Time

    There’s something about a great bar band. The way they command not just the room, but the music, effortlessly reinventing beloved songs in a way that makes listeners remember they love the songs while simultaneous forgetting they’ve heard them before. There’s also something about a great horn section. The way the horns vibrate not just in the ear but through the entire body, making the listener feel the music physically and emotionally.
    On Backstage Pass, Ghost Town Blues band
  • Australia’s Best Blues Bands

    For as long as music has been around, people have been singing the blues. While the Americans get the mainstream recognition for having given the genre its legs to stand on, the blues don’t discriminate, and for decades the Aussies have been telling their stories too.
    With heart, soul, and harmonicas in hand, these five bands from the land down under have been slogging along, playing with conviction and proving that the Australians know exactly how to play the blues.
    CarsonIn 1970, on the
  • Premiere: Previously Unheard Screamin’ Jay Hawkins Track “Another Pain”

    Bizarre Records will offer a new look at the ’90s material of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins with the CD collection Are YOU One of Jay’s Kids? due to drop on May 18th. This set brings together 44 tracks recorded by his producer and partner Robert Duffy, who also served as his manager.
    These tracks were first heard on the original Bizarre albums — Black Music for White People (1991), Stone Crazy (1993), and Somethin’ Funny Goin’ On (1994).
  • Eric Johnson Rocks the Voodoo in Kansas City

    On March 23rd, Eric Johnson played the next to last show of his US tour at the Voodoo Lounge in Kansas City, Missouri. With nearly 50 dates beginning on January 23rd, Johnson appeared at venues from coast to coast and border to border.
    Eric Johnson Band live at the Voodoo Lounge. Photo: JD Nash
    The Voodoo Lounge, located inside Harrah’s North Kansas City casino/hotel complex, was made for a show like this. Attendees of all ages gathered to hear one of the world’s premier rock guitar
  • Koch Marshall Trio Debut Launches New Mascot Imprint

    Koch Marshall Trio ‘Toby Arrives’ Album Cover
    Sometimes the stars align, and sometimes they have a little help. Mascot Records has launched a new imprint, The Players Club, and has chosen as its first release, Toby Arrives by the Koch Marshall Trio.
    The trio is made up of father/son pair Greg Koch on guitar and Dylan Koch on drums. The third leg of this instrumental fusion group is Toby Lee Marshall, the Hammond B-3 specialist who came out of retirement for this project.
    It should be
  • Mud Morganfield Honors the Past and Chases the Future

    -Photo by Paul Natkin
    Your name is Mud Morganfield and you are the oldest son of McKinley Morganfield, known to millions as Muddy Waters. You decide that you want to make music and you want to sing. But most of all you want to do that being your own person and honoring your father’s legacy at the same time. Outside looking in says that’s a tough bet. Reality says that it is a tough bet indeed.
    Mud Morganfield is undeterred and sets about getting a heaping helping of living life and e

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