Charlie Musselwhite has been on the blues scene for longer than I would care to admit knowing. He has appeared on recordings by nearly everyone of note in the business, studied under the best who ever drew a breath and pursed lips on a harmonica, and has helped to take the once considered “lowly” instrument and essentially child’s toy to the place it stands inn today…acknowledged as a true instrument, used in ever musical form from blues and folk to classical, jazz and so much more. On I Ain’t Lyin’ we hear what might be considered the band’s “festival set.” When it comes to festivals, a band has an hour, more or less, to capture their audience and hold them for as long as possible with the hopes of leaving with a number of new, dedicated fans for life. Charlie Musselwhite is good at that, an exceptional harp player, guitarist, vocalist and all-around entertainer. Click here to continue reading more on Bill Wilson’s review of I Ain’t Lyin’ (it’s at the bottom of the page).