This old suitcase was outfitted by Myler Russo at OneManBand Drum Co. with a kick drum on the right foot and a snare on the left foot.
Making music is easier than ever these days. Apple’s iPhone App Music Memo helps you take those music ideas a step further at the beginning of the creative process. Just record your riff(s) and Music Memo listens to your parts and adds a simple drummer and bass so you can get a good idea of […]
In mid 2014, Scott Lindsey, aka Janky, accepted the RPM challenge, an online challenge to write, record and release a full CD of music within one month. Janky jumped on it in his studio and began writing and recording songs that sounded like and paid tribute to Parliament Funkadelic. Janky has always been heavy into funk […]
Robert Kimbrough, Sr., son of the great music legend, Junior Kimbrough, talks about his dad’s style of music. Most people refer to Junior as Hill Country but on the contrary, he is actually one of the originators of COTTON PATCH SOUL BLUES. Robert also talks about the yearly festival that is in honor of Junior. […]
When Janky was at the 2017 Juke Joint Fest playing with Robert Kimbrough, Sr. at Cat Head, he ran into Stud Ford, the grandson of the great T-Model Ford. They were Facebook friends but immediately hit it off in person. Then Janky witnessed Stud Ford slaughter the crowd with his rendition of R.L. Burnside’s Snake […]
I was lucky enough to jam with two great blues greats in one night. Good times all around. Most people outside of Mississippi do not know what “Jukin’” means. These days gigs or music performances are mostly bands that rehearse and prep and tell their friends and charge cover and do flyers and tweet what […]