Is there such a thing as too much blues? If you’re looking for more deep-cut hidden gems in the world of blues guitar, you don’t wanna miss this episode.
After the overwhelming response to our previous episode featuring 11 incredible blues artists, I knew I had to share 11 MORE acoustic blues artists that’ll help you play better and inspire you on your guitar journey.
In this episode, we’re diving into the world of acoustic blues like never before, with intimate concert footage from some of the most influential blues musicians throughout the past century. We’ll be exploring the captivating sounds of Mississippi hill country blues, delta blues, Chicago blues, and more, as we celebrate the rich history and legacy of this incredible genre.
Get ready to be amazed by the raw talent and authentic emotions of artists like Bukka White, JB Lenoir, Blind Willie McTell, and Jessie Mae Hemphill, as we take a closer look at the unique styles and techniques that have shaped the world of acoustic blues.
So grab your guitar, tune in, and let’s embark on this blues journey together! And if you haven’t already, make sure to subscribe to Acoustic Life so you never miss an episode of Acoustic Tuesday, where we celebrate the acoustic lifestyle and share our love for all things guitar.
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Featured in this episode…
– Old Town School
– Fretboard Journal
– Jason Isbell
– Gibson Guitar
– Michael Watts
– Blind Guitars
– Molly Tuttle
– Gryphon Strings
– Martin Guitar
– Hurt: The Film