Index of articles on artists and bands

H - K

Included are all issues starting from issue 200
Also included are issues 178 and 189
Sorted alfabetical on name artist or band

Travis Haddix
Travis Haddix
251 (2010), p. 8-9
Lionel Hampton
Rhytm & Blues Years
314 (2016), p. 8-11
Lane Hardin
Searching the desert for the Blues: Locating Lane Hardin
261 (2011), p. 21-25
Harmonica Hinds
Harmonica Hinds Interview
246 (2010), p. 16
Vernon Harrington
Vernon Harrington
239 (2009), p. 16
Don & Dewey & Don Harris & Dewey Terry
The Don & Dewey Story
242 (2009), p. 4-7
Elnora Spencer & B.J. Miller & DieDra Ruff & Keithen Ruff & Aretta Woodruff & Robert Harris & Dennis Mitchell
Alabama BluesToday - Part Two
298 (2015), p. 8-10
Willie Harris
What Makes A Tom Cat Blue ?
279 (2013), p. 22-23
Wynonie Harris
Rock Mr. Blues; an Article on the Recordings by Wynonie Harris
298 (2015), p. 4-7
Willie James Hatten
Willie James Hatten
285 (2013), p. 23
Cyrus Hayes & Lady Lee
Cyrus Hayes and Lady Lee
264 (2011), p. 7
Jessie Mae Hemphill
Jessie Mae Hemphill and The Hemphill Dynasty
226 (2008), p. 4-7
John "Shifty" Henry
Who Was Shifty Henry ?
306 (2016), p. 16-17
Hepsters
The Hepsters
216 (2007), p. 24-25
Al Hibbler
More Than A Bluesman
212 (2006), p. 4-6
Ronnie Hicks
Ronnie Hicks
284 (2013), p. 15
Don Hill
Rockin' On A Sunday Night; Don Hill Interview
276 (2013), p. 14-16
Joseph 'Smokey' Holman
Josep 'Smokey' Holman
310 (2016), p. 7
Jimmy 'Duck' Holmes
Jimmy 'Duck' Holmes Takes Listeners back to Bentonia; A Journey in the dark heart of country blues, in the hometown of Skip James And Jack Owens.
210 (2006), p. 12-13
Wright Holmes
Miltone Mysteries 2: Miltone Records & Wright Holmes
285 (2013), p. 10-11
Leon Holston
The Story of Leon Holston
262 (2011), p. 17
Jack Owens & Mississippi Fred McDowell & Robert Pete Williams & Roosevelt Holts
Revival and Rediscovery - Part Two; Some of the greatest accoustic blues was recorded in the 1960's, by artists whose brief return to performance burned short but very, very bright.
295 (2014), p. 4-7
Homesick James
Jick and His Trio, Atomic HHH1: 1954 Blues / Clling My Baby
217 (2007), p. 26
Homesick James
Long Lonesome Day; Article on the recordings on singles, LP's and CD's of Homesick James.
268 (2012), p. 4-7
John Lee Hooker Jr.
At Seventeen, I Hit the Road With My Father
275 (2012), p. 8
Lynn Hope
Lynn Hope
286 (2014), p. 8-11
Lightnin' Hopkins
Lightnin' Hopkins' First Recordings
248 (2010), p. 4-6
Lightnin' Hopkins
Bad Luck and Trouble; Article on the recording career of Lightnin' Hopkins
280 (2013), p. 4-8
Big Walter Horton
Little Boy Blue; A Career that mixed triumphant music with some mossed opportunities still left a legacy of some of the greatest blues harp recordings of all.
271 (2012), p. 4-6
John Horton
John Horton
280 (2013), p. 10
Bukka White & Mississippi John Hurt & Son House & Skip James
Revival and Rediscovery - Part One; Some of the greatest accoustic blues was recorded in the 1960's, by artists whose brief return to performance burned short but very, very bright.
294 (2014), p. 4-7
Son House
Bob West Interview with Son House
207 (2006), p. 4-7
Joe Houston
The Wild Man of the Tenor Sax
261 (2011), p. 14-18
Lawyer Houston
Barrack Room Lawyer
239 (2009), p. 20-21
Lawyer Houston
And I'm A Private First Class; The Lawyer Houston Story
215 (2006), p. 4-7
Howling Wolf
Moanin' in the Moonlight: A Centenary Tribute to Howlin' Wolf, With A Rough Guide to His Best Available Recorings.
250 (2010), p. 4-6
Blues Boy Hubbard
I Just Fell In Love With T-Bone Walker Licks
293 (2014), p. 20-22
Theo Huff
Theo Huff Interview
314 (2016), p. 27
Theo Huff
Theo Huff
267 (2012), p. 25
Bukka White & Mississippi John Hurt & Son House & Skip James
Revival and Rediscovery - Part One; Some of the greatest accoustic blues was recorded in the 1960's, by artists whose brief return to performance burned short but very, very bright.
294 (2014), p. 4-7
J.B. Hutto
Pet Cream Man; Article on the recordings of J.B. Hutto
293 (2014), p. 4-7
International Sweethearts of Rhytm
International Sweethearts of Rhytm
238 (2009), p. 4-8
J-Wonn
J-Wonn
303 (2015), p. 19
Al 'Lil Fats' Jackson
Al 'Lil Fats' Jackson
296 (2015), p. 22
Grady "Fats" Jackson & Wesley Jackson & Freddie Jackson
The Other Jackson Brothers ?
241 (2009), p. 8-9
Grady "Fats" Jackson & Wesley Jackson & Freddie Jackson
The Other Jackson Brothers ?
241 (2009), p. 8-9
Li'l Son Jackson & Black Ace & Mance Lipscomb & Thomas Shaw
Revival and Rediscovery - Part Three - Blues From Texas; Article on the recordings of Texas Bluesmen
296 (2015), p. 4-7
Li'l Son Jackson
Rockin' And Rollin' With Lil' Son Jackson
213 (2006), p. 18-21
Grady "Fats" Jackson & Wesley Jackson & Freddie Jackson
The Other Jackson Brothers ?
241 (2009), p. 8-9
Elmore James Jr.
Elmore James Jr. Interview
228 (2008), p. 20-21
Bobby 'Slim' James
Bobby 'Slim' James
265 (2011), p. 7
Bukka White & Mississippi John Hurt & Son House & Skip James
Revival and Rediscovery - Part One; Some of the greatest accoustic blues was recorded in the 1960's, by artists whose brief return to performance burned short but very, very bright.
294 (2014), p. 4-7
Orange Jefferson
I Gravitated Toward That Street Life
304 (2015), p. 14-15
Terry 'Big T' Williams & Wesley 'Junebug' Jefferson
Out of the Shadows
218 (2007), p. 14-15
Bernard Jenkins
Bernard Jenkins
258 (2011), p. 14
Bobo Jenkins
Bobo Jenkins - Part One; Interview by Mike Rowe
313 (2016), p. 16-21
Bobo Jenkins
Bobo Jenkins - Part Two; Interview by Mike Rowe
314 (2016), p. 14-18
Jesse And The Sequins
Jesse And The Sequins
290 (2014), p. 12
Johnny Hi-Fi
Johnny Hi-Fi And The Iconic Photo
293 (2014), p. 18-19
Johnny Hi-Fi
King Edward Recalls Johnny Hi-Fi
305 (2015), p. 16-17
Edith Johnson
Honey Dripper Blues: Edith Johnson
279 (2013), p. 12-15
Lonnie Johnson
To Do This You got To Know How; an overview of the recordings of Lonnie Johnson
259 (2011), p. 4-7
Maede Lux Lewis & Albert Ammons & Pete Johnson
'Shout for Joy'; The Boogie Woogie Trio; Article on the Recordings of Maede Lux Lewis, Albert Ammons & Pete Johnson.
284 (2013), p. 4-7
Pete Johnson & Lloyd Glenn
West Coast Mysteries; Shedding Some New Light on Stuff From Ace's Modern Vaults. Article Discusses Some Seemingly Random Sessions in Pete Johnson's and Some Other' Discographies.
275 (2012), p. 18-21
Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson 'Living Hard, Dying Young - 1938'
236 (2009), p. 14-16
Robert Johnson
Searching the Census for the Blues: Revisiting Robert Johnson's Death Certificate (With Apologies to Blind willie McTell)
262 (2011), p. 21
Robert Johnson
The Vey Last Fair Deal Gone Down ? Tony Burke reports ont the 'ultimate' Robert Johnson package
259 (2011), p. 17
Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson 'Last Fair Deal Gone Down - 1938'
237 (2009), p. 4-8
Monroe Jones Jr.
Monroe Jones
222 (2007), p. 20
Bob Jones
Bob Jones
269 (2012), p. 26
Bobby Jones
A Guy Came Up And Spit in My Face - That's How Difficult it Was At Times
240 (2009), p. 22-23
Curtis Jones
You Can't Find My Records Anywhere, not Even in America; Reproduction of an Interview with Curtis Jones in November 1963.
303 (2015), p. 8-9
Curtis Jones
Black Magic Blues: The Curtis Jones Story Part Two
303 (2015), p. 4-7
Curtis Jones
Black Magic Blues: The Curtis Jones Story Part One
302 (2015), p. 4-7
Curtis Jones
Visit With Curtis
311 (2016), p. 19
Tutu Jones
"You Can't Go Playing This Pop Shit Then Come Thinking You Gonna Play Some Blues"
203 (2005), p. 11
Louis Jordan
Psycho-loco; article on the recordings of Louis Jordan
292 (2014), p. 4-7
Louis Jordan
Louis Jordan Centennial
232 (2008), p. 27
Louis Jordan
Louis Jordan Memorabilia
224 (2007), p. 9
Sax Kari
Sax Kari and The Asheville Connection
313 (2016), p. 8-11
Kaz Kazanoff
I didn't Know There Was Any Other Kind of Music;
296 (2015), p. 12-15
James Kinds
James Kinds Interview
271 (2012), p. 23
King Edward
King Edward Interview
258 (2011), p. 16-17
King Odom Quartet
The King Odom Quartet
227 (2008), p. 18-20
B.B. King
B.B. King - The end of an Era
301 (2015), p. 16-17
B.B. King
B.B. Was In Tears At The End; Royal Albert Hall 1969
301 (2015), p. 14
B.B. King
One Kind of Favor i Ask of You; article on the homecoming and the funeral of B.B. King
301 (2015), p. 25
B.B. King
When Joe Bihari Hired Ike Turner and they hit with B.B. King
301 (2015), p. 15
B.B. King
Remembering B.B. Ki ng
301 (2015), p. 13
B.B. King
Take A Swing With Me; B.B. King's Blues and Boogie
301 (2015), p. 4-9
Earl King
They Put King Earl on the Acetates ! An 1974 interview.
210 (2006), p. 20-22
Willie (Mississippi) King
The Strugglin' Blues
203 (2005), p. 6-7
Kingfish
Kingfish
291 (2014), p. 23
Eddie Kirkland
the Early Life of Eddie Kirkland
238 (2009), p. 20-21
Eddie Kirkland
Eddie Kirkland - Part One; The Stuff Was Still There ! Recording and Collectig in the South Eastern USA, 1970-1980.
252 (2010), p. 10-12
Marie Knight
The Gospel of Marie Knight
250 (2010), p. 18
Marquise Knox
The Blues Was Passed Down to Me Through the Blood.
269 (2012), p. 19
Rick Kreher
Rick Kreher
287 (2014), p. 23
Mayla Kyles
Mayla Kyles
299 (2015), p. 11

Last update:January 5, 2017
Additons and remarks mail Henk Maaskant
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