Oct/Nov 2012

Having fun in that warm

Los Angeles
The History of Rhythm & Blues
Phil Alvin
Hosana Americana
The Ash Grove Music Club
1958 – 1973
Scott Abeyta and Rip Cat Records
Rip Cat, Not Copy Cat
Whiteboy James and the Blues Express
Anything But Bland
Blake Watson
Bassist with the Backbeat!
The “Max” Bangwell
Robert Ebersole Jr.
THE 44s
East of LA is All Good
Lisa Cee
L.A. Woman
The Mercy 4
Rippin’ it up on Rip Cat Records
Gino Matteo
A Rebirth On Rip Cat
Johnny Mastro
Mama’s Boy
Smokehouse Brown
A surfin’ punk – loud and proud!
Jade Bennett
Joining the Rip Cat Clan
Bunky Spurling
California Countrified
Ron Dziubla
A King Curtis Student in the City of Angels
K.K. Martin
Louisiana Man Brings His Gumbo to LA
Rick Snyder
Playing guitar in paradise
Barry Levenson
From the City of Steel Comes the Real Deal
The Mighty Mojo Prophets
Tom Eliff

Long Beach, The Next Generation
Ace’s Alley
Reminiscing About Tramps
TheMotor City Shakedown
Motor City Champions Of Blue Eyed Soul
From Scott Morgan To Mayer Hawthorne
Brian’s Corner
Ola Dixon
‘She’s the Drummer?’
Road Trip
Photographer’s Page - Lindsay Shannon

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On the cover:
Memorial Day 2012
at the Simi Valley Cajun
& Blues Festival, an Airstream with a legend.
Photo By
Robert Jr Whitall

Vol. 18, No. 5

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