Bluesdoodles Interviews – 2018
Liz Aiken & Wes O’Neill love the opportunity to ask questions why? We love listening to the answers finding out the unexpected from artists about their latest album, being on tour and what influences from the past 2018 will be full of gems.
Jared James Nichols in Conversation, Black Magic on Tour and LA Guns
Rich Robinson in conversation, Magpie Salute Tour, the release of High Water 1 Read the Conversation HERE
Karl Selickis – Bad Flowers in Conversation, Headling signature sticks and more Read the Conversation HERE
In Conversation with Greg Coulson HERE
In Conversation with Tom C. Walker HERE
In Conversation with Kyla Brox HERE
Jon Cleary in Conversation, about New Orleans, Dyna-mite and more Read The Conversation HERE
Paul Bowe, Federal Charm in Conversation new Album Passenger, on tour and new line-up
Liz in Conversation with Loreena McKennitt, about Music, Lost Souls and the Right to be Analogue!
Liz chatted with One-Man-Band wizard Steve Hill
Liz chatted with drummer Luka van de Poel from Dutch band DeWolff discussing studios, music and new album Thrust Read the Conversation HERE
Wes interview Kris Barras. He talked about The Divine & Dirty, guitars, fighting and so much more. Read the chat HERE
Interview with Lance Lopez Thanks, Wes we now know that Lance been there done that and back for more – Find out the story HERE
Paul Bowe, Federal Charm talking about new band members, being back on the road new albums and the promise of exciting announcements throughout 2018.
With four dates we all should be welcoming the new vocals of Tom Guyer, drumming Josh Zahler joining guitarist Paul Bowe and bassist LD Morawski.
Tommy Emmanuel chatting with Wes about blues, Accomplice One and the idea of getting so much talent to add to the albums sound.
Tom Leighton, vocalist and guitarist from The Bad Flowers chatting with Liz –
The Starting Gun is fired to launch the band into the rock stratosphere read what we talked about HERE.
Laurence Jones speaks the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth to Wes O’Neill
4 albums in, what do you do next? You look for something new and fresh, dig deep into your heart and see what comes out, to see what other sides there are to you. This is what Laurence Jones has done with his new album “The Truth”. Laurence continues to make a name for himself on the blues-rock circuit in the UK and Europe and his new album with its commercial feel but rocky edge will no doubt win him new fans further afield. Laurence took a few moments out from rehearsals and over a drink at an after-show party to chat as we were seeking honest answers… What was said here are the answers to the questions – follow the Interview HERE
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