Everywhere I have traveled in the world, the blues has been a beacon of peace, understanding and good times. The blues is America’s most positive export. I look forward to seeing you soon. God Bless.
Zac Harmon Receives Award at the 43rd Annual Blues Music Awards
Zac Harmon received the award for Soul Blues Album of the Year for his latest recording, Long As I Got My Guitar at the 43rd Annual Blues Music Awards held in Memphis, TN on May 5th.
The album was released on Catfood Records and Harmon has characterized it as the result of two years of reflection and loss. The CD represents getting started again.
Thanks goes out to to Jim Gaines, Sandy Carroll, Betsie Brown, Mark Pucci, Todd Glazer, Brad Blackwood, David Nichols, Sonic Ranch, engineer Mario Rameriz and all the musicians- Richy Puga, Dan Ferguson, Johnny McGee, Bob Trenchard, Corey Lacy, Chris Gipson, Jamil Byron, SuAnn Carwell and Munyungo Jackson.
This CD along with others from Zac's catalog are available from our MERCHANDISE Page.
Zac Harmon Receives Living Blues Award Nomination - VOTE NOW
Living Blues announced the nominees for the 2022 Living Blues Readers' Poll Awards.
Zac Harmon's, Long as I Got My Guitar, on Catfood Records is among the nominees for Best Blues Album (New Recordings).
Voting is open now through June 15th at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LBAwards22.
Making A Scene Independent Blues Award Nominations
Making A Scene Presents the 2022 Blues Award Nominations. Voting is open now through September 15, 2022.
Congratulations to Zac Harmon and the Zac Harmon Band for their nominations for MALE ARTIST and CONTEMPORARY BLUES BAND.
Voting Instructions are at Making A Scene.
Living Blues #277 March/April 2022
Through the Seasons
By Roger Wood
Bluesman Zac Harmon’s life has had many seasons: from his early years in Jackson, Mississippi, to his middle years as a session guitarist in California and New York, to the present days living in Texas as one of the top blues artists on the scene today.
(Cover photo by Marilyn Stringer)