“I’m just gonna start playing and make up the Bomb Shelter Blues”: Israel-based bluesman Lazer Lloyd’s musical and spiritual journey

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Musician Lazer Lloyd joins the Nocturnal Journal  for some live music and conversation; he talks about his beginnings in New York and Connecticut, how seeing Steve Ray Vaughan for the first time sparked his desire to perform, where his own personal emotional drive comes from, getting introduced to the “Folk Jewish Blues” and moving to Israel.  Lazer’s drummer Kenny Coleman also joins in the discussion to tell his own incredible story.


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