Guest Blog – Terry David Mulligan

Guest Blog – Terry David Mulligan

It’s hard now to remember how many times I interviewed Jeff Healey.. Perhaps it was because I loved his one-of-a-kind playing..no one like him before or since. Perhaps it was because of his wicked sense of humour.. Or quite possibly because of a story he told me...
Jeff & Dickey Betts!

Jeff & Dickey Betts!

Just a quick one today folks, capturing an incredible moment in time… Throughout his career, Jeff Healey had the great pleasure of performing with numerous music legends. One such was the Allman Brothers Band. Sharing a bill several times throughout the 90s and...
Guest Blog – Dave Murphy

Guest Blog – Dave Murphy

Jeff Healey: Up for Anything I had the incredible good fortune of playing in Jeff’s rock / blues band for the last five years of his tragically short life. From the earliest days of Jeff’s fame, we were so blessed here in Toronto not only to have such a genuine...
Guest Blog – Ed Stasium

Guest Blog – Ed Stasium

“I can’t say enough about working with Ed… Ed Stasium was a godsend. He just came in and knew exactly how to work with us.”- Jeff Healey Jeff Healey “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” Very late during a sub-zero Canadian evening in January of 1990, a phone call came...
Guest Blog – Bonnie Raitt

Guest Blog – Bonnie Raitt

Jeff was one of the sweetest, most humble and talented artists I’ve met. He had a truly unique and soulful style of guitar playing, was a great singer and such an incredible fan of a wide range of music, all of which he seemed to be able to ace. I was floored to...
Guest Blog – Tom Lavin

Guest Blog – Tom Lavin

I think it was the late summer of 1980 and Powder Blues was topping the national charts with ‘Doin’ It Right’ (On the Wrong Side of Town). We were in Toronto appearing at the (now long-gone) Ontario Place Forum on the Lakefront. It was a fantastic evening with the...