Friday, February 26, 2010

Nick Moss Feeling "Privileged"

Here's a new February 2010 interview with bluesman Nick Moss. Nick, who's become one of the reigning kings of vintage, no-frills Chicago blues over the last decade, is ready to unleash a new CD on March 16th called "Privileged." The new disc, which is a bit of a departure from the traditional blues fare Nick's been mining to perfection the last several years, notably features a powerful, thick guitar presence. Nick's playing homage to the music that first inspired him as a budding musician - everyone from Free's Paul Kossoff to Jimmy Page made an impact on Nick, and these influences shine through on the new disc. A little less blues, the rock factor turned up, the new album features the riff-heavy "Born Leader," a funky take on the Buffalo Springfield classic "For What It's Worth," and the gutsy southern vibe of the slide-drenched "Georgia Redsnake." Nick chats here about the production, songwriting, and direction of the new album. He also talks a bit about his past, including his gigs with Jimmy Rogers and Jimmy Dawkins, as well as his introduction to a life of music - via a Little Charlie & The Nightcats gig. Nick goes on to talk a bit about his fantastic business model - Blue Bella Records, run together with his wife Kate. Thanks to Nick for the great conversation, and make sure you check him out at

Listen To The February 2010 Interview With Nick Moss:

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