Bill Wyman Has Warning For Blues Fans

(The Blues) Bill Wyman has issued a warning to people who are starting to explore blues music, telling them to be cautious over where they begin. The former Rolling Stone believes the genre he loves is at risk from low-quality output which leads to stereotyping.

Wyman tells the Yorkshire Post: "People should be very careful about what blues music they listen to when they start. Because if they start off with something that's not very good quality it will put them off for life.

"At its worst, blues can be really dull and boring. But if they're listening to Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Little Walter, Jimmy Reed or people like that, they'll get the really good quality blues.

"A lot of it's got fantastic humour; some of it's saucy. A lot of it is very close to the edge." more on this story

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