Anybody still listening to the old blues players? Robert, Charley, Skip James, Son House and associated. I've been into these for quite a time, 30yrs or so, and have read a number of dry and self appointed 'scholarly' works about the life and times of the old bluesmen and women. I've got a little tired of the super accurate filtered facts approach of the biographers, sometimes they read like shopping lists, and was thinking of maybe trying some fact based ficitionalised biographies of my own to try and bring some of the lives to life, so to speak. Is there still a general interest in these players and singers from the old times or have they become a niche for guitar and harmonica players?