Guest Author - Sue Sutherland-Wood
Greetings to all Blues and Jazz readers!
Sue here, the new editor for Blues & Jazz at BellaOnline.
You can read all about me in my bio, but honestly, the main thing you need to know is that I *love* Blues & Jazz – old and new – and I am really excited and honored to be involved in representing such extremely cool and important music.
I will never pretend to know everything, (I’m good, but I’m not *that* good!) but I can promise that if there is anything you are curious about or would like to see covered here, I will try my best to find out more and serve it up for you. (Research is a very happy place for me!) I pride myself too on being open, so feel free to share your thoughts with me.
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This is also the ideal spot to explore that question I often hear: “I’ve heard some blues/jazz – and I liked it – but what else would I listen to? I wouldn’t know where to start.”
You’ll get lots of recommendations here at Blues & Jazz both from me and from other visitors. There’s also a Blues & Jazz forum, so check it out and see what’s happening there. It’s fun to learn something new and meet other people with similar (excellent!) tastes in music – plus we’ll all benefit from pooling information. In my experience, the world of music enthusiasts just loves sharing what they know.
You can look under my Subject listings to get a feeling for where I am heading with articles. As well, I can tell you that I will be doing: latest CD releases, book reviews, concert reviews/upcoming tour dates, short bio pieces, a look backwards to the history (nothing heavy, no worries) festivals and where to go for live music, interviews, plus anything current that I find out along the way. My aim is to give both Blues and Jazz the same coverage whenever possible.
Thanks for visiting,