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The name Paul Parello is synonymous with blues; here is the man who has spent a lifetime involved in the blues music scene, both as a musician and a broadcaster – a radio & television host and producer, and internet personality.

From his early days as a blues drummer with the band J. B Ritchies Liquid Chrome, through musical experiences with such artists as

  Luther Allison, Wild Child Butler, Eddie Taylor Sr. and Andrew "Blue Blood" McMahon to name but a few,

and onward into major broadcasting on radio and television with live performances and interviews with such greats as

 Koko Taylor, Tommy Shannon, Elvin Bishop, Sam Lay, AC Reed, Willie Kent, The Memphis Horns (Andrew Love & Wayne Jackson)

Paul Parello brings a uniqueness and professionalism to blues radio that is difficult to match worldwide. 

His well established radio show Paul Parello’s Blues Power has been a feature of the Blues scene for many years with a schedule of unsurpassed live performances and interviews plus video footage of those blues greats in action, all captured for the television shows by Paul and his team. The wealth of musical excellence within this library is again unique.

Authentic and informed blues broadcasting from a man who has been and is involved in the blues industry at its roots.

Paul Parello’s Blues Power

The very best in Blues 



June 9th 2010 - Paul Parello was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame as Ambassador to Chicago Illinois.

Paul's archived TV and Radio shows contain a wealth of live performances and interviews with many, many outstanding blues musicians and below are just a few of these; more to come.   Firstly video of Michael Burks at Chord on Blues in St. Charles Illinois........

Here you have audio from Paul's radio show of an outstanding interview with Wayne Jackson............

Interview with Wayne Jackson.Wayne Jackson along with Andrew Love comprised "The Memphis Horns" they performed on 49 Number One records, 112 Top Ten records, 83 Gold & Platinum records and 15 Grammy winners. Elvis, Al Green, Stephen Stills, Rod Stewart, The Doobie Brothers, Joe Cocker, Sting, Bonnie Raitt, Peter Gabriel, U2, Jimmy Buffett, Willie Nelson, B.B. King, Robert Cray and hundreds of other have since worked with the men who made up the R&B horn section that provided the model for all others to follow.


And here's Anthony Gomes at Chord on Blues festival on Paul Parello's Blues Power.....