I know of no other Canadian who is such an enthusiastic authority on blues than Holger Petersen… For him to put some of his past chats into book form is a must for all music fans to read.—RANDY BACHMAN
Holger asks the right questions, listens hard to the answers, then thinks up even better questions. Often, he gets answers a civilian might not have been given. His first book is a treasure-chest bursting with swag, a priceless opportunity to be a fly on the wall for some of the most authoritative, revelatory, and purely entertaining discussions of the nature and history of music that have ever occurred.—SPIDER ROBINSON, author of Very Hard Choices
About the Author
Holger Petersen is a veteran Canadian broadcaster whose weekly Saturday Night Blues show on CBC has been a fixture on the network for 24 years; at home in Alberta, his CKUA network show, Natch’l Blues, has been aired every week for more than 40 years.Petersen also runs his own label, Stony Plain — one of Canada’s longest surviving independent record companies, and was a founder of the Edmonton Folk Festival.