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All posts tagged "the blues"
Subway Blues: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “Last of the Mississippi Jukes”
Filmmaker Robert Mugge gave Night Flight this exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of his film 2003 music documentary Last of the Mississippi Jukes, which explores the fading traditions of rural Mississippi juke joints. Watch it now...
- Posted November 1, 2016
Alligator Tales: Robert Mugge discusses the making of “Pride and Joy: The Story of Alligator Records”
In 1992, filmmaker Robert Mugge followed up up his film Deep Blues — about the blues traditions of Mississippi — with a tribute to Alligator and its roster of top contemporary blues artists from Chicago and elsewhere....
- Posted June 29, 2016
The many legends of Sonny Boy Williamson the Second, the original “King Biscuit Boy”
On Oct. 7-10, the King Biscuit Blues Festival will be held in Helena, AR. The annual showcase’s name pays homage to “King Biscuit Time,” the nation’s longest-running daily radio show, and to the program’s original star, whose...
- Posted October 6, 2015
Jamming With Jagger: A Blue Monday With L.A.’s Red Devils
Once upon a time there was a fine little blues band that played a corner bar in Los Angeles on Monday nights. And then they made an album with Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones that never...
- Posted August 18, 2015
“Born in Chicago”: A uniquely musical passing of the blues torch
Born In Chicago is a powerful, soulful and uplifting story that chronicles a uniquely musical passing of the torch from the first generation blues performers who had made their way to Chicago from the Mississippi Delta to...
- Posted August 12, 2015
33 Years Ago, B.B. King told Night Flight how Lucille got her name
In 1949, B.B. King rescued his $30 Gibson L-30 acoustic from a fire at a Arkansas venue that started with two men fighting over a woman named Lucille. King named the guitar after her. Check out this...
- Posted May 15, 2015