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Delbert McClinton
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2010 Shows
Thursday, 15 July 2010 20:49

delbert mcclinton Delbert McClinton has been playing his own mix of blues, country and rock n' roll for almost 50 years with no sign of slowing down.  His latest release, Acquired Taste, was a gritty collection of songs and another triumph.  He talks with Icon Fetch about where he still gets inspiration for his songs (he co-wrote almost every song on the album), plus his upcoming Sandy Beaches 17, a cruise vacation that he started that's in it's, that's right, seventeenth year.  In addition, he sets to rest the rumor that he taught a young John Lennon how to play harmonica.  Click below for the Delbert McClinton interview.

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Show #193 - Delbert McClinton (8/28/13) PDF Print Write e-mail
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Wednesday, 28 August 2013 10:24

Delbert McClintonFew artists can still bring it like Delbert McClinton.  In a career that’s spanned over 50 years, he’s accomplished a great deal.  He had his first taste of success lending the signature harmonica part to Bruce Channel’s “Hey Baby.”  That was 1962.  Along the way, he’s won three Grammys and released 28 albums.  Yet he’s shown no sign of slowing down.  His latest release is Blind, Crippled & Crazy, a reunion with fellow Texan Glen Clark after a short 40 year hiatus.  The twelve track disc is full of the kind of humor that can only come from guys who have lived a lot, yet learned very little.  We talk reuniting with Clark after 40 years, advice he gave his son in the music business, and his yearly Sandy Beaches Cruise which is heading out again in the winter.

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