Entries by Tom Gray

Thank you, Canada!

Delta Moon had a great trip to Canada. Our thanks to everyone who helped to make it such a success. Here’s a blog journal of our northern adventures.

One Week in Canada

Thursday, July 10 – Having driven from Atlanta to Toledo, Ohio, the day before, with all the right papers and the right answers we crossed the border at Windsor with no trouble at all. The London Music Club in London, Ontario, is a venue Delta Moon has played a few times now. We have a […]

Lake Como to Luxembourg

(This is Part Three of the journal of this summer’s European tour. Here are Part One and Part Two.) July 25 – Today was our only real day off this whole tour — no travel, no show. I spent most of the day exploring the eastern side of Lake Como. It’s a beautiful place, with […]

La Strada

(Part Two of our adventures in Europe this summer. You can read Part One here.) July 18 – A cousin once told me, “I love being places, but I hate to travel.” Often, in the interest of getting places fast, the sense of being anywhere at all gets sucked out of traveling. But not always. […]

Delta Moon Sobre España

Every time Delta Moon comes to Europe I have ambitious plans to post regular blogs chronicling our experiences. But the reality of a band on tour — constant travel, rare and often useless wifi, food and  sleep caught in irregular snatches — makes the job tough. But today, riding through tall Italian cornfields, passing castles […]

“Refugee is a musically and textually perfect track….” – Wasser-Prawda (Germany)

Wasser-Prawda (Click here for original German text.) Refugees, Violence and Poverty – Political Issues in Current Blues Songs If you listen to new blues albums, more and more frequently you will find the most up-to-date political and social issues. Or old songs are re-interpreted, with the message still or always up-to-date. Here is small cross-section […]