JB: I have been a professional musician over 30 years, performing in various venues, festivals and so forth.
BM: What if any music instruments do you play if any?
JB: I play Rhythm Guitar,Blues Harmonica, Latin Percussion, Keyboards, Lead Vocals, I write original music all the time.
JB: I was inspired by my mother a famous Jazz Singer.
BM: Were you educated in a college of music?
JB: I am a self taught musician playing by ear.
JB: I am a Solo Artist and I also play in a band.
BM: Jay, are you signed with a major recording label?
JB: I’m an Independent Artist and have recorded on major labels as well…ABC Dunhill and Bearsville Studios (Warner Brothers).
JB: Myself and all my friends and colleagues.
BM: Jay will you share with us some of your fondest memories?
JB: Fondest memories…..Wow…..wow….far to many… and they are still happening…I’m so Blessed…. My favorites I guess were all the concerts I’ve done over the years with AIM THE AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT…The Concerts for Wounded Knee and The longest Walk…also THE NO NUKES CONCERTS….
JB: It would certainly be, Max Millionz & Andrea, the host of a Blog Talk Radio broadcast, onlinewithandrea and the Internet Blues Festival with myself, Thornetta Davis, Billy Jones Bluez and Bobbie Mercy Oliver.
BM: Tell us in your own way how that Blues Festival went over.
BJ: I feel all of us learned respect for each other’s talents and we want to take the show on the road. Our connection (you and I) are very important to me and I’d like to do some shows with you.
BJ: I want to take a moment to thank you, Bobbie, for having me featured on your Blues News Internet News. Lets start thinking of events out on the road!!!!