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Black Joe Lewis Talks New Album – Fusion of Blues, Rock, and Soul

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The Charleston Pour House has been on a tear these last couple months with incredible bands rolling through and that trend continues when the Austin, TX, sextet, Black Joe Lewis and The Honeybears bring their funk/rock/soul dance party to town. I had the chance to chat with Joe about his incredible new album, the trials…

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Life Lessons Learned After Seeing 50 Straight Days of Live Music

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At the ripe age of 40, I feel like I have a pretty good handle on what I choose to get mad at and embracing the simple things in life. All that was proven to be non-sense earlier this year when my wife and I went through the process of closing on our new house.…

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Nth Power Lives Up to Their Name at Pour House Show

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After still feeling the high the next day from Nth Power’s three plus hour gig, I couldn’t help but smile reminiscing about Spinal Tap. They went to 11…well, the appropriately named Nth Power goes past that live. I had the fortune of interviewing Nth Power drummer, Nikki Glaspie, when they were playing in Charleston, SC,…

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Eric Gales Pours His Emotions and Soul into Riff Heavy Blues and Rock n’ Roll Set

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Eric Gales was unforgivably not on my radar until last year when I interviewed New Orleans jam, funk band, Earphunk. Towards the end of my phone call I asked Earphunk lead vocalist and guitarist, Mark Hempe, a notoriously stock question “If you could jam with anyone today who would it be?” He responded, “There’s this…

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Interview: Thomas Wynn Opens Up About New Album and Working with Vance Powell

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If Southern Rock and the Blues are your cup of tea, then Thomas Wynn and the Believers are the steaming pot on the stove. The melodic range of this Orlando-based six piece from blues to folk to heavy guitar riffs, backed by flowing keys and a burning harmonica, is everything live music is meant to…

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