Interview with Lucky Peterson: 50 – Just Warming Up! Live full concert video 2019, Photos

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Interview with blues master Lucky Peterson: celebrating his 50th Anniversary of career with a new album.

How has the Blues, Gospel and Jazz influenced your views of the world and the journeys you’ve taken?

It’s a journey that we all have to take Blues has kept me from doing something stupid because when I get mad, I turn to the blues and jazz and Gospel all goes together.

How do you describe your songbook and music philosophy? Where does your creative drive come from?

My drive come from me loving what I do and who I am and the people I play for.

Which acquaintances have been the most important experiences? What was the best advice anyone ever gave you?

My dad he said treat people the way you want to be treated and never never wear your welcome out and Little Milton also said make sure you put the people first and give it all you have also Bobby Blue Bland said God bless the child that has his own.

Are there any memories from gigs, jams, tours, and studio sessions which you’d like to share with us?

No… but I remember when we were doing a job, I starts to play the song fire by the Ohio player and the speakers caught on fire.

What do you miss most nowadays from the music of past? What are your hopes and fears for the future of?

My fears are no more Music and every time we play so we’re going to go to jail last night I have no fears I think everything is going to be OK.

What are some of the most important lessons you have learned from your paths in music circuits?

Not to worry about what other people think and just go out there and do the best I can.

What is the impact of Blues music to the socio-cultural implications? How do you want it to affect people?

I want people to love each other normal wars a lot of love be nice to people or each other and stop all the killing.

Let’s take a trip with a time machine, so where and why would you really want to go for a whole day?

I Would love to go back to the 70s and start all over again doing the blues and how to make a difference in the world of music.

Interview by Michael Limnios

 Special Thanks: Juan R Yriart

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