Get a FREE CD From Roger “Hurricane” Wilson Celebrating the15th Anniversary of its Release

To Celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the CD, PASTIME, I Want To Send You A Free Autographed Copy.
It was my first acoustic CD, released in 2002. All you do is pay $3.00 postage.
Regular price everywhere else is at least $15.00

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Thanks For Your Support

Roger “Hurricane” Wilson
Bluestorm Records
P O Box 1212
Kennesaw, GA 30156

2015 Oklahoma Blues Hall of Fame Inductee

E-mail: roger@hurricanewilson.com
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Youtube Video – Blues Lick in E – Premium Blues Lesson #7 by Roger ‘Hurricane” Wilson

This is Premium Lesson #7 featuring a simple blues lead guitar lick based on the 7th position E minor pentatonic scale. It can be seen at . http://BluesGuitarLessonsFree.com Free lessons can be accessed by simply entering an email address, which is never shared. Access to Premium Lessons are available for $49.95 per year with at least two new lessons added each month.

Check Youtube Video here: .https://youtu.be/lcI-g_aGeCE

New Premium Lesson Uploaded to www.BluesGuitarLessonsFree.com

This Premium Blues Lesson explains E Blues Lick #1   the first in a series of electric guitar blues licks that can be played with a basic progression in the key of E. It explains one form of the 7th position E Minor Pentatonic scale. After the subsequent licks are learned, they can be interchanged within the included  MP3 recording available on the lesson page. There is a PDF showing the neck diagram and the actual lick by way of guitar tablature. Be sure to sign in at www.BluesGuitarLessonsFree.com with your email address to receive the free lessons. Your information will never be shared with anyone. eThe price for the Premium Lessons is only $49.95 per year with access tot everything.

Atlanta Falcons Rise Up!

Check out the video of song supporting the Atlanta Falcons parodied from Paul Simon’s song, THE BOXER, by Roger “Hurricane” Wilson. We’ll Keep Shouting It Out! GO FALCONS!!!!!
Time to #RISEUP more than ever! 


Remembering Willie “Big Eyes” Smith on His Birthday

January 19, 2017 would have been Willie’s 81st birthday. I’m so glad I had the privilege of knowing and touring with him. Here is part of the story from Chapter 32 in my book, HURRICANE, released in early 2016.

I first met Willie “Big Eyes” Smith at the Hot Licks Blues Festival in Granville, OH in 2007. He was performing the duty of bandleader for longtime Howlin’ Wolf band member and legendary Blues guitarist, Hubert Sumlin. Hubert and I had known each other through mutual friends, so he invited me onstage to sit in with him during his set. It was a real treat to be onstage with both Hubert and Willie. Later that night, my band and I were playing for the after-festival party, and Willie was hanging out listening. During my usual wireless walk into the crowd, I told Willie he was welcome to jam with us if he felt so inclined. Since he had been working hard earlier in the day, I thought he may just want to sit back with a drink and relax. He did that for a little while, but that relaxation period was short-lived. Not too much later, Willie approached the side of the stage with that “I want to play now,” look in his eye. Clutching his harmonica, he jumped right in like we had known each other for years and started playing the Blues. Then he would get back on the drums for a while, and we would experience that wonderful “Willie Shuffle” he had pioneered for many years with Muddy. We jammed together for about 2 hours. Willie and I exchanged cards, and I told him I’d love to jam with him again sometime. He said, “We’ll talk again, I got you in my back pocket”.

Willie and I would see each other on subsequent visits to Memphis for the Blues Awards, and the International Blues Competition. While having breakfast with the late Pinetop Perkins in Clarksdale, MS. during the 2008 Blues Awards, I met his manager, Patricia Morgan, who was also Willie’s manager. We talked briefly, but it wasn’t until I was on a tour in New York that she invited me to participate in the annual Pinetop Perkins Homecoming at Hopson Plantation in Clarksdale. That would work since I would also be performing nearby at the Handy Festival in Helena, AR. While we were talking, I mentioned to her that Willie and I had played together, and that I was interested in jamming with Willie again…. (cont’d in the book HURRICANE)



Remembering My Dad on His Birthday

Thinking about my dad, Brooks Wilson, who would have turned 88 today, January 9. I lost him way too early back in October of 1995. This is the song I wrote and recorded about him entitled I DON’T WANNA COME BACK. https://youtu.be/Xq5CUc3FH1I

I’m still going through his many writings, some philosophical many technical, since he was a mechanical designer and draftsman since age 15 as an apprentice, but embracing the future and technology with open arms. To me, his intelligence was unsurpassed by none. I will eventually publish some of what he wrote, and will probably use some of it in future songs. As it is, I just thought I would share this little excerpt he had written back in late 93 to early 94.

He titled it:
Instead of striking out on your own and working to make yourself rich, as an individual- destroying the country in the process by selling it out from under your neighbors’ feet- it would seem to be more sensible to work together with your neighbors to make your country rich, as a whole, and all share in the benefits of your combined labors. It seems possible that everyone could have, almost literally, everything he could ever want, to live a decent, comfortable, enjoyable life on a happy blue planet he had helped to carve out of what, not long before, had been a world of misery and anger. On the day mankind disappeared, the earth never missed a beat. By the end of the next fleeting century, every trace of modern civilization had crumbled to dust, and the great pyramid yawned and went back to sleep.
Happy Birthday Dad!

Merry Christmas From Roger “Hurricane” Wilson & Bluestorm Records

Merry Christmas From Roger “Hurricane” Wilson & Bluestorm Records

Still Need Last Minute Gifts On Christmas Eve? You Can Still The Gift Of Music.
Although The Physical Items Won’t Ship Until After Christmas, You Will Receive An Email Gift Certificate For Those & All Online & In Person Music Instruction Purchases.

Here Are Your Last Minute Options:

1) The Roger “Hurricane” Wilson & Bluestorm Records Christmas Packet is still available on Ebay and www.BluestormRecords.com
No better music deal anywhere. 18 CD’s (17 CD’s & 1 CD download card, plus the book, HURRICANE.) A $300.00 Value for $125.00.
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2) The Book, HURRICANE, The Story Of A Nine Year Old Kid Taking Guitar Lessons & The Musical Journey That Followed.
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3) Purchase Physical CD’s at http://fburls.com/81-0htS2Ewo/t/s/txt/cid/1393861/sid/66737039 Check Drop Down Menu at HURRICANE WILSON CD’s Tab.

4) Enroll Someone For Online & In Person Guitar Instruction at http://fburls.com/19-gcdwjgRU/t/s/txt/cid/1393861/sid/66737039 Check Drop Down Menu at GUITAR INSTRUCTION Tab.

We Wish You The Best For You & Yours This Holiday Season & For The Coming Year.