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Greg Sarni

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Blues Trust

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Producer

Boston Blues Society


Host

True Blues


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Blues Trust

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Boston Blues Society

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Web References(29 Total References)


www.talkingharmonica.com

One of the best recordings of 2011”. -Greg Sarni President of the Blues Trust


torontobluessociety.com

Greg Sarni is the founder of Blues Trust Productions and the Boston Blues Festival.


the-blues-blog.blogspot.com [cached]

BOSTON (April 18),Sitting by the window at the Blues Diner in Melrose recently, Boston Blues Festival founder Greg Sarni pointed to a three-story building across Main Street and recounted one of his earliest experiences with live blues music.Listening and dancing to Thorogood's music as a 19-year-old that night, Sarni, who still lives in Melrose, recalled having "no idea he was playing blues."But, Sarni, who has hosted a radio show called "True Blues" on WBRS for 10 years, has plenty of soul mates in the city.But Peter Cahill of Beverly, host of Salem State College's WMWM "The Juke Joint" radio show and Mai Cramer's former intern, gives Sarni most of the credit."I felt real bad for them," Sarni said, and, in 1995, he wrote a letter to Melrose resident and then-MDC commissioner David Balfour contending that "Chicago has a great blues festival, San Francisco has a great blues festival.Sarni said someone from Balfour's office called him soon after with possible dates for a two-day concert at the Hatch Shell.Sarni's Blues Trust Productions was born.


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- Greg Sarni, Producer, Boston Blues Festival


www.nickmoss.com [cached]

, Greg Sarni, Host, "True Blues"


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