BIG FISH BLUES: Long Island Blues History

Runtime: 92 minutes

Directors: Leslye Abbey


From the early 1960's through the 1990's, Long Island, New York, (aka "The Big Fish") was home to a vibrant music scene where people went to music clubs specifically to hear the blues. Home base to many top blues musicians, fans would follow them weekly from club to club, while their popularity grew worldwide. Directed by Leslye Abbey and featuring musicians such as Little Buster, Bo Diddley Jr., Sam Taylor, Doug "Harmonica" McLean, Sandra Taylor, Toby Walker and others, Big Fish Blues tells the story of Long Island's blues heyday.