Writing

Attah, T. (2018). I thought I heard that up north whistle blow: the role of Manchester and Leeds in the development and dissemination of blues music and blues culture. In E. Mazierska (Ed.), Sounds Northern – Popular Music, Culture and Place in England’s North. Sheffield: Equinox.

Attah, T. (2017). Halls without walls: examining the development, dissemination and perpetuation of blues music and blues culture Paper presented at the Royal Musical Association Annual Conference, University of Liverpool.

Attah, T. (2017). To make purple, you need blue: Prince as the embodiment of the postmodern blues aesthetic. Paper presented at the Purple Reign Conference, University of Salford.

Attah, T. (2017). Halls without walls: examining the development, dissemination and perpetuation of blues music and blues culture Paper presented at the Digital folk symposium University of Sheffield.

Attah, T. (2017). Ain’t no grave can hold my body down: exploring the persistence of mythology in blues culture. Paper presented at the Equal Platforms Conference, University of Gloucester.

Attah, T., & Spelman, N. (2016). Sheila, take a bow. Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, University of Sussex.

Attah, T. (2016). Sheila, take a bow. Volume! The French journal of popular music studies, 12(2), 205-215.

Attah, T. (2014). From the Delta to the download: influence and effects of technology in the blues. Paper presented at the Innovation in Popular Music, Leeds College of Music.

Edgar-Hunt, Robert editor, Fairclough-Isaacs, Kirsty editor, et al. (2013). The music documentary : Acid Rock to Electropop. [contributed illustrations]

Attah, T. (2013). Whose Blues? Issues of identity and ownership in contemporary blues music culture and performance. Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, University of Glasgow.

Attah, T. (2013). Popular music and society – the fandom issue. Volume! The French journal of popular music studies, 10(1), 320-322.

Attah, T. (2013). Mythbusting #7: The blues is a traditional style unaffected by technology. Blues In Britain Magazine.

Attah, T. (2013). Mythbusting #6: Al Wilson had to re-teach Son House how to play the guitar Blues In Britain Magazine.

Attah, T. (2013). Mythbusting #5: Eric Burdon and the origins of the House of the Rising Sun. Blues In Britain Magazine.

Attah, T. (2013b). Mythbusting #4: Was Muddy Waters really painting the ceiling at Chess Records when he met the Rolling Stones? Blues In Britain Magazine.

Attah, T. (2013). Feels like going home: mythologising the story of the blues. A contratiempo – revista, 27.

Attah, T. (2012). Mythbusting #3: Was W.C. Handy really the father of the blues? Blues In Britain Magazine.

Attah, T. (2012). Mythbusting #2: Robert Johnson sells his soul to he devil. Blues In Britain Magazine.

Attah, T. (2012). Mythbusting #1: Leadbelly sings his way out of prison. Blues In Britain Magazine.

Attah, T. (2012). Chris Potash – The Jimi Hendrix companion: three decades of commentary. Volume! The French journal of popular music studies, 9(2), 160-161.

Attah, T. (2012). Feels like going home: mythologising the story of the blues. Paper presented at the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, Unicersity of Salford.