Sixteen High Definition Private Performance Videos Including A Two-Part Interview With Blues Revue Editor Art Tipaldi!
This edition of The Juke Joint was filmed at Don O’Dell’s Blues Time studio in high definition as part of his Legends series. It features a revealing two-part interview with Blues Revue Editor Art Tipaldi discussing the many facets of Albert Cummings’ career. In Part One Cummings reveals his musical influences, talks about seeing Stevie Ray Vaughan for the first time, and what it was like being chosen to be the only artist other than Stevie Ray Vaughan to ever record an entire album with Double Trouble. In Part Two, Cummings reveals the inner workings of how his band operates and reflects on the success and challenges of his band’s twelve years of touring. He also discusses the effect mass media, social networking, and technology have had on the blues.
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Enjoy this great interview!
Below is one part of the interview for more go to: http://bluesrevue.com/2011/04/the-juke-joint-04-16-11/
A fantastic evening of blues under a near full moon in the Coral Bay field. The evening was kicked off by performances of Grady Champion followed by the powerhouse Candye Kane and ended with unstoppable footstomping blues by Albert Cummings. This was just the first night of a two night blues music extravaganza.