BluesNYC has lots of friends. Here are some links that we hope are useful to you.
18 Wheels Burning -- Adam's band. Heavy riff oriented rock.
InteliClear -- Guy's Wall St software company
Dr. Atlas Foundation -- Help give someone in need a fighting chance, please visit this site!
Peter Prisco -- Guitar/Bass/Horn/Vocal lessons. Learn from the best.
David Truman -- Need an amp or your guitar playing fixed in NJ?
Links of past BluesNYC guests:
Nora Jean Bruso -- powerful Mississippi blues lady by way of Chicago.
Aubrey Ghent Band -- Sacred Steel at its best.
Zac Harmon -- blues singer/guitarist, Farish St style
Big James -- Big talent, big exciting blues band.
George Kilby Jr -- Eclectic blues stylings, solo and with Pinetop
Pintetop Perkins -- The blues legend is still pounding the piano at 93!
Bob Stroger -- Blues Bass legend -- he loves his job and you'll love his playing.
Watermelon Slim -- singer, harp and slide guitar all rolled into one bluesman
Sharrie Williams -- a talented singer in demand worldwide.
Johnny Winter -- the man who helped shape blues into rock and rock into blues
Paul Nelson - managing Johnny Winter and slinging a mean guitar in his own right
Mountain of Blues -- great blues internet radio show
Pocono Blues Fest -- the best blues festival around
Terra Blues -- great NYC blues club on bleeker St
BB Kings -- Right on 42nd St', Lucille's Grill for free blues, and 'the big stage' for the big stars.
JW Blues -- Jeff Wiener management website for many great blues legends.
Bluedawg Photo -- Dedicated to keeping the blues alive through photography
The Blue Highway -- Lots of cool blues related links
The Stanhope House -- a rich tradition of live blues in Stanhope, NJ
Orphan Annie's - Blues club in Stirling, NJ
Jon Klein Combine -- hot metro area blues band
The Dennis Peters Band -- great blues trio
Penn's Peak: -- great Pocono Mountain concert venue
Mark Simon Guitars -- the coolest resonator guitars you're gonna find
Peter Florance's VooDoo Pickups -- handwound pickups for the sound you need.
JazzKat Amps -- a big sound can come from a small body!