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Living Blues #251 (October/November 2017) features bass player Benny Turner on the cover. Turner is the brother of Freddie King and has spent a lifetime backing some of the best in the blues. Missouri guitarist Marquise Knox is just 26, but has been on the scene for over a decade, schooling with the elder statesmen of the blues and developing his own unique style. Nashville singer Charles “Wigg” Walker talks about his 60-plus year career on the Nashville music scene and Clarence Brewer discusses his own take on blues and visual art. This issue also includes an excerpt from Adam Gussow’s new book about the Robert Johnson legacy, Beyond the Crossroads: The Devil and the Blues Tradition. All this plus Breaking Out with Akeem Kemp, Blues News, reviews and much more.
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   |   LB#251   


Living Blues #251 (October/November 2017) features bass player Benny Turner on the cover. Turner is the brother of Freddie King and has spent a lifetime backing some of the best in the blues. Missouri guitarist Marquise Knox is just 26, but has been on the scene for over a decade, schooling with the elder statesmen of the blues and developing his own unique style. Nashville singer Charles “Wigg” Walker talks about his 60-plus year career on the Nashville music scene and Clarence Brewer discusses his own take on blues and visual art. This issue also includes an excerpt from Adam Gussow’s new book about the Robert Johnson legacy, Beyond the Crossroads: The Devil and the Blues Tradition. All this plus Breaking Out with Akeem Kemp, Blues News, reviews and much more.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Living Blues magazine print subscription.
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