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#41: Stu Larsen
Stu Larsen is an Aussie singer/songwriter with a wild streak of wanderlust and a knack for tastefully marrying narrative and melody. Emerging in 2014 with the aptly named Vagabond, his congenial folk-pop is both exploratory and inclusive, a love letter to the power of music and travel.
#40: Quinn Sullivan
By all accounts, Quinn Sullivan has had an extraordinary journey so far. He has toured around the world, performed and recorded with musical icons, and he has been called one of the most gifted young guitarists in our midst today. Quinn is humbled by the incredible experiences he has been afforded and appreciates the opportunity to pursue his passion. His goal is simple. “I want to make music with integrity and music that moves people. To me, that is the definition of success”
#39: Connor Selby
Connor Selby is a rising British star in the traditions of Eric Clapton and Peter Green, who has already performed with his band at Wembley Stadium, at the age of 22, at the behest of The Who.
#38: Will Johns
Will Johns is a man with the music in his blood, but it’s hardly surprising given his pedigree. His parents are actress/model Paula Boyd, sister of Pattie, and record producer Andy Johns (who worked with the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Eric Clapton), and his uncles include Eric Clapton, Mick Fleetwood,George Harrison and Glyn Johns. Will sits down with me and we discuss life during year one of the pandemic, his new album slated to come out at sometime this year called "Blues Daddy" and so much more!
#37: Lane Peoples
Lane Peoples up in coming blues/rock/southern rock guitarist from Florida!
#36: Othman Wahabi
Othman Wahabi is a Moroccan Canadian singer-songwriter, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and music producer who has carved his own niche in the blues genre. He is best known for his slide guitar work, versatile vocals and eclectic trance blues records.
The Monday Morning Blues
I love the content of this podcast. It’s so refreshing to hear someone talking about and talking to musicians who support the blues. I wish more people showed this kind of love towards different music genres, like blues, rock, etc. Such an underrated genre. Thank you for putting your time into making this podcast! 💙