For more than two decades Castro Coleman, better known as Mr. Sipp, traveled the globe in order to spread his musical gospel message. But several years ago the 39-year-old guitarist-producer decided to shift the focus to original Mississippi Delta blues, a style born in the southern states of the United States in the 1920s. This was a brilliant move, because Mr. Sipp, who has played the guitar since he was six, is now one of the standard bearers of a new generation of blues players of this still very much alive genre. Since that time the Mississippi-born natural entertainer, who has performed on over fifty Grammy-nominated projects, has earned the title ‘The Mississippi Blues Child’. Mr. Sipp, who won the International Blues Challenge in 2014, has a raw yet crystal-clear voice, is a virtuoso on the guitar and writes lyrics that seem to hail straight from the cotton fields and juke joints.