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Who’s Reading “A Scourge of Vipers” Now? Blues Sax Player Keith Crossan!

Keith Crossan is one of the best blues sax players in creation. I first became aware of him during the years he played with Tommy Castro, but these days he’s got his own band and recently cut a new record. … Continue reading

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Getting the Blues — And Loving It

Why the blues? Why are my wife Patricia and I drawn to music found at the bottom of a shot glass, the music of the scorned and shattered? Why do we end so many of our nights sipping something bitter … Continue reading

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Mulligan, Hero of My Crime Novels, Get’s Interviewed By a Music Magazine

Mark Gould of Sound Waves Magazine got in touch with me the other day and said he wanted to interview Liam Mulligan, the hero of my crime novels, about his taste in music. I can’t speak for Mulligan, I told … Continue reading

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Mulligan’s Music: Why the Hero of “Rogue Island” Loves The Tommy Castro Band

Liam Mulligan, the main character in my crime novel, Rogue Island, loves the blues. He spends a lot of time grooving to it while prowling around Providence in his beat-up Ford Bronco. Mulligan is a big fan of Buddy Guy, … Continue reading

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