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Charles “Charlie the Horn Man” Neville Dead at 79

His jazz-influenced sax and adherence to various Eastern philosophies, were binding forces that garnered the Neville Brothers the love of their city, as well as a permanent closing spot at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

World Premiere Video: Greyhounds “No Other Woman”

The video stars Bobby Perkins (the most interesting man around town), and several Austin, Texas "couples" amid the muraled city-scape. Rollicking and humorous, this Greyhounds song and accompanying video will be the best part of your day!

Rich Sherman Gives Us the Lowdown on the Doheny Blues Festival

To the blues community - we're looking forward to this year's Doheny Blues Festival, as well as the future of the event. We're very thankful for twenty years of support, but need the fans to come out, especially this year.

Interview With Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater: I Always Had the Faith

"When I go out on stage, and I do a song that the people really like, and they give me a nice round of applause, that is a big blessing." Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater

The Chaos and the Cosmos: Photography by Patricia Rainer

Rainer’s 40 photographs on display capture not only the behind the scenes magic of those times, but also played a role in the process of championing the rediscovery of what Memphis almost lost.

California Honeydrops On How They Blend NOLA Sensibilities with Funky R&B

"We ingest all kinds of horrendous crap in our music; it’s just like poison, and it’s really popular and people love it, but do you really want to be taking that?"

World Premiere: Dom Flemons’ “Steel Pony Blues”

"I have seen a large part of America, and am still seeing it, but the life of a hundred years would be all too short to see our country..." ~Nat Love

Link Wray’s “Rumble” Inducted Into First Class of Rock & Roll...

"Rumble" became a flash point for countless musicians including Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Pete Townshend, Jeff Beck and Elvis Costello.

Brant Buckley Interviews Blues Rocker Tommy Conwell

"As I get older, I am interested in authenticity. I want to see how close to the bone I can get. I want to see how real to the heart I can get. I want to see how real of a song I can write. I am still chasing that." Tommy Conwell

Black Stone Cherry’s Fertile ‘Family Tree’

“The most important thing I learned from my dad was – he told me, ‘I don’t care how much money you make or how important you become, always treat everybody with the same respect.’"