Hal Horowitz worked at WITR, Rochester, NY, for ten years as the music and program director and co-hosted a every week blues show, Poor Doggie Blues, for five years. Throughout that period he interviewed a varied array of nationwide blues artists. He previously his personal eclectic every week radio display from 1980 until 1995, and he was voted DJ of the entire year in 1987. As Older Music Editor for Atlanta Press from 1997-2000, he published weekly interviews, evaluations, and features on a multitude of music artists and coordinated the publication’s music protection. He penned a every week column, “Blues Root base and Branches,” for poets, performers, and madmen, which concentrated attention in the blues, nation, folk, rockabilly, and root base rock rings who resided in and toured through Atlanta. Horowitz’ function has also made an appearance in Blues Revue, Innovative Loafing, Music Monitor, Insite, 99Xpress, and Printer ink 19.