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What Guitars Did Muddy Waters Play?

Although he never had a "Lucille," Muddy Waters had an arsenal of guitars, both electric and acoustic, and could play them all in his thundering, electrified Delta blues style.

Why Was BB King’s Guitar Named Lucille?

"I'm very crazy about Lucille. Lucille took me from the plantation; you might say, brought me fame."

The Reverend Shawn Amos ‘Breaks It Down’ and Then Some

If you're a lover of blues, soul, Gospel, or simply socially conscious, you're gonna want 'The Reverend Shawn Amos Breaks It Down.'

New Jimi Hendrix Album Drops Next Year With 10 Previously Unheard...

The final volume in a trilogy from the Hendrix archives, 'Both Sides of the Sky' focuses on music recorded between 1968 and Hendrix's death in 1970.

Callahan’s Music Hall Will Call it Quits in March

Hosting over 1,500 shows to date, Callahan's has also been home for the Detroit Blues Society's annual Blues Challenge, whose winners advance to the IBC in Memphis.

Bon Jovi Tops Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Fan Vote

The fans have made their feelings known and they want to see classic rock artists admitted to the Rock Hall.

J.R. Rhodes Tells Her Story with ‘I Am’

'I Am' showcases some of the finest musical talent in the Pacific Northwest and confirms J.R. Rhodes as a break-out talent in contemporary blues and rock.

Hendrix, Dylan, Prince Guitars Among Those Set for Auction

Instruments to be auctioned include a 1963 Jimi Hendrix Fender Stratocaster, and Bob Dylan's 1962 Gold Sparkle Fender Stratocaster.

New Janiva Magness ‘Love Is an Army’ On the Way

Guests include legendary singer Delbert McClinton, Mississippi hill-country blues torchbearer Cedric Burnside, Charlie Musselwhite on harmonica, and more!

Elmore James 100th Anniversary Celebrated with All-Star Tribute Album

This tribute album puts iconic tunes like "Shake Your Moneymaker," "Look on Yonder Wall," and "Person to Person" alongside songs known mainly by James aficionados.