Jorma and Jack are giants in terms of sound, in terms of being innovators, and the 2 together have developed a sound which influenced a generation. Now some decades later, I would say they need to have some attention brought their way. The music world seems to be lacking, not everything, but mainstream is pretty bad. Maybe Rolling Stone/Relix/ Guitar Player ect needs to see Tuna to get them to write about them again. Relix since the new owners have taken over a few years ago seems to have changed in my opinion.
It would be great if record companies/radio stations would see the musical talents of such legends and give them some air play. It's not all Britany, 50 cent, and HelloGoodbye
Now, I was happy when "Blue Country Heart" was nominated for a Grammy. It made me smile to see that the voters didn't miss a talent(JK) and what a great album/cd he created.
On the recent summer tour, I agree that Jorma with the wah-wah brought smiles to me. I would love to see them in a trio format, but that is what dreams are for.
Speaking of the ole wha=wha, I think I'll go listen to one of the Tuna/Bromberg shows from this summer right now.