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Living Blues #262 (August/September) is a special Women of the Blues issue. Cover artist and Texas-native Trudy Lynn has been singing the blues for over 50 years now. She has worked with a who’s who of Texas blues artists. Her career has seen a resurgence over the past six years with a new label and a worldwide touring schedule. Millie Jackson has always had something to say and has never shied away from saying it. Her songs have attacked racial issues, social issues, and prudish sexuality. Explicit, outspoken, and bold, Millie Jackson was on the cutting edge of major societal changes over 40 years ago—and nothing is different today. Vocalist Annika Chambers has exploded onto the blues scene over the last five years. With three albums and a string of BMA nominations and awards, the Houston native is riding high on her newfound success. Louisiana-born Crystal Thomas is finally focusing her life on her musical career, and the response from the blues world has been immediate and positive. Eighty-four-year-old Mary Lane has been singing the blues in Chicago since the 1950s. The subject of a new documentary and on the heels of a new CD release, Lane is enjoying a late-career resurgence. This issues edition of Let It Roll features Memphis Minnie Douglas and her boyfriend, Ernest “Little Son Joe” Lawlars May 21, 1941 recordings at the Wrigley Building at 400–410 North Michigan Avenue in Chicago for OKeh Records.
All of this plus Breaking Out with Amythyst Kiah, the latest Blues News, the 2019 Living Blues Awards winners, and reviews of all of the latest releases in the industry.
Living Blues is America’s leading authority on blues music and culture. Published for over 40 years, Living Blues provides in-depth interviews with the genre’s biggest stars, record reviews and the industry’s only blues radio charts.
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Living Blues   |   Living Blues #262   


Living Blues #262 (August/September) is a special Women of the Blues issue. Cover artist and Texas-native Trudy Lynn has been singing the blues for over 50 years now. She has worked with a who’s who of Texas blues artists. Her career has seen a resurgence over the past six years with a new label and a worldwide touring schedule. Millie Jackson has always had something to say and has never shied away from saying it. Her songs have attacked racial issues, social issues, and prudish sexuality. Explicit, outspoken, and bold, Millie Jackson was on the cutting edge of major societal changes over 40 years ago—and nothing is different today. Vocalist Annika Chambers has exploded onto the blues scene over the last five years. With three albums and a string of BMA nominations and awards, the Houston native is riding high on her newfound success. Louisiana-born Crystal Thomas is finally focusing her life on her musical career, and the response from the blues world has been immediate and positive. Eighty-four-year-old Mary Lane has been singing the blues in Chicago since the 1950s. The subject of a new documentary and on the heels of a new CD release, Lane is enjoying a late-career resurgence. This issues edition of Let It Roll features Memphis Minnie Douglas and her boyfriend, Ernest “Little Son Joe” Lawlars May 21, 1941 recordings at the Wrigley Building at 400–410 North Michigan Avenue in Chicago for OKeh Records.
All of this plus Breaking Out with Amythyst Kiah, the latest Blues News, the 2019 Living Blues Awards winners, and reviews of all of the latest releases in the industry.
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Living Blues magazine print subscription.
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