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Matthew Skoller

REVIEW: Matthew Skoller, 'Blues Immigrant,' Tongue'N Groove Records >>

Singer/songwriter/harmonica man/producer Matthew Skoller left his native New York in 1987 for the blues-drenched history of Chicago and he's been there ever since, soaking it all up, and spewing it back out in his own inimitable style. He considers himself a 'Blues Immigrant' (Tongue'N Groove Records) and on this, his fifth CD, in which he wrote 9 of 11, he states his case.

'Genuine BluesLegends'

REVIEW: Pinetop Perkins & Jimmy Rogers, 'Genuine Blues Legends,' ELROB Records >>

Legends collide on this rare one-night stand recorded live at The Grand Auditorium in Ellsworth, Maine on May 21, 1988. 'Genuine Blues Legends' (ELROB Records) Pinetop Perkins and Jimmy Rogers command the stage backed up by Little Mike and the Tornadoes, a fiery outfit led by harmonica-blowing Mike Markowitz.

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