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On a below-freezing night in Minneapolis, The Guthrie hosted a hot session of “Blues at the Crossroads II: Muddy and the Wolf” featuring legends Jody Williams and James Cotton along with Tinsley Ellis, Bob Margolin and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Review by Elizabeth (Betsy) Gabler for the TWIN CITIES DAILY PLANET
Bob Margolin is one of the Blues World’s great guitar players and one of the Blues World’s finest writers. We have arranged to offer you a series of excerpts from that book, Steady Rollin’. Review by Chip Eagle for ENZINE
As sweet as a summer peach and as sultry as a humid evening, JJ Grey & Mofro brought their Southern swagger and soul to the West. Review by Austen Diamond for CITY WEEKLY
It was a blues triple bill Wednesday night at CMAC, starring George Thorogood, Robert Cray, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds, for my money, it was The Thunderbirds' night. Review by Frank De Blase for CITY NEWSPAPER
In celebrating the centennial of Robert Johnson’s birth, a superb musical collective traced the bluesman’s legacy from its humble beginnings to meteoric impact during a moving and wildly entertaining show Friday at the Berklee Performance Center. Review by Scott McLennan for THE BOSTON GLOBE.
This centennial tour while celebrating Robert Johnson, also testifies to the music's ability to find new fans like recent convert and headliner: Todd Park Mohr, leader of long-running Colorado-based rockers Big Head Todd and the Monsters. Feature by Siddhartha Miller for THE BOSTON GLOBE
Big Head Todd and the Monsters add their name to the list of musicians who have covered, legend, Robert Johnson's music. Their recent concert at Symphony Center's Orchestra Hall garners this review by Geoff Trubow for CHICAGO BLUES GUIDE.
Seated side by side onstage at Symphony Center Friday night, Hubert Sumlin and David "Honeyboy" Edwards traded jittering and rending guitar solos, backed by Big Head Todd and the Monsters plus Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm as they all rollicked through the evening's set. Review by Kevin McKeough for THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE.
Having grown up in Colorado and being an American of Korean and German heritage, one would not expect Todd Park Mohr to have that "growling and moaning" quality to his music like he's got muddy Delta dirt under his fingernails. Article by Marco R. della Cava for USA TODAY
Honeyboy Edwards is one of our last living links to the roots of the music. Feature by Josh Hathaway for VERSE CHORUS VERSE