Saturday, August 15, 2015

Recent Concert Photos

Intsikurmu by Evert Palmets

Intsikurmu by Evert Palmets

Tornimuusika by Seppo Raijas

Tornimuusika by Seppo Raijas

Pärnu Bluusipäevad by Kersti Kinks

Pärnu Bluusipäevad by Kersti Kinks

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

CD Review & interview

Rudolf's Music in the Netherlands has published a nice review of "Winter Is Coming" - "een prima release" - and an in-depth interview with Andres Roots, the latter in English and including questions and answers such as this: 

What embarrassing songs might I find on your MP3 player?

The embarrassing bit is that I've never owned an MP3 player – I used to have a Walkman many years ago... But I do have some music on my phone to keep me entertained on longer trips, so let's see what's on there right now: the latest AC/DC, Buffalo Springfield, R.L. Burnside, Lonnie Johnson & Eddie Lang, Blind Blake, Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey. Could be worse, but I'm not telling :)

Read the whole thing HERE!


Sunday, August 2, 2015

Tornimuusika & Intsikurmu Videos

The Intsikurmu Music Festival was wonderful! Here's some videos from both Tornimuusika & Intsikurmu, by Sirje Penjam.

Friday, July 31, 2015

Intsikurmu Musicfest Tonight!

Pärnu Blues was great fun! And 6 p.m. tonight is the last Roots & Terep show this summer at the two-day Intsikurmu Music Festival in Põlva - see you there!

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Monday, July 27, 2015

More Tampere Pics & Vids

Here's a few more pics and videos from Finland's Tammerblues Festival, all by Jyrki Kallio - for more, check out his blog here! Kallio writes: "A wonderfully versatile roots music revue with a commendably creative touch. Raul's drumming alternated from lighter than light swing to fairly heavy rock, and what comes to Andres' work on his amplified acoustic guitar, the aforementioned versatility is a very mild expression for the protean and animated instrument-human or human instrument formed by the man and his guitar. Swing, country, blues, rock, folk - you name it, they got it. Magnificent Tammer- and Tartu roots for all your money's worth."