Announcement! New release coming soon – “I Ain’t Lyin’…” by Charlie Musselwhite Stay tuned for release date and more info to purchase your copy!
Blueza’s Blog – Interview with Charlie Musselwhite Part 2 Charlie on his media day at Brisbane ABC Radio. They started the day with a live cross to Joanne Shoebridge (presenter) in ABC Lismore studios.
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Blueza’s Blog – Interview with Charlie Musselwhite Part 1 Charlie on his media day at Brisbane ABC Radio. They started the day with a live cross to Joanne Shoebridge (presenter) in ABC Lismore studios. Part 2 coming soon! Click here to go to Blueza’s Blog
Charlie Musslewhite and Cyndi Lauper Perform “Try a Little Tenderness” at In Performance at the White House: Memphis Soul accompanied by the White House band. July 25, 2013 | 04:40 | Public Domain
Backstage at the White House: Memphis Soul Charlie Musselwhite and Ben Harper talk about the music known as “Memphis Soul” and give a special acoustic performance at the White House in the hours leading up to the “In Performance: Memphis Soul” event, held on April 9th in the East Room. May 02, 2013 | 05:17 | […]
Charlie loves his Reactor Watch Blues Hall of Fame Edition! So much so that he’s now featured on their webite, www.ReactorWatch.com REACTOR watches are designed to meet, or exceed, demanding Swiss standards. Cases are forged from solid stainless steel or titanium. Multiple o-ring seals and water-tight screw-down crowns are used throughout. To ensure that a REACTOR […]
Follow Charlie Musselwhite from Possumneck Mississippi to the blues clubs of Chicago and the Bay Area, and to worldwide fame! By Delta Blues Museum
Ralph J. Gleason was the San Francisco Chronicle’s Jazz and Rock critic in the 1960s, and I learned a lot from his columns. At the end of his thrice-weekly observations and reviews, he’d run a list of upcoming shows in the Bay Area. The bands seemed fascinating; names like Grateful Dead or Country Joe and the Fish signaled […]