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Blues Foundation Board of Directors Seeks Nominees for At-Large Positions

The nomination process is now open and concludes on July 3rd, 2018. All newly elected board members will be expected to serve a three year term, beginning on October 1st, 2018.

The Keeshea Pratt Band Will Make You ‘Believe’

It's brand spanking new music with an ingenious old school feel. 'Believe' is musical craftsmanship taken to the nth degree.

Debut From Russ Green is Windy ‘City Soul’

On 'City Soul,' Russ Green creates a smooth blues album. It’s the blues, but there are no rough edges. Instead, it’s a solid album of great harmonica playing and solid vocals.

Boogie Kings Perform Two Special Shows of Boogie Stomp!

"This is American roots music, and it’s blues, boogie, jazz, swing, stride, rock and roll, rhythm and blues, gospel, all those things." - "Boogie" Bob Baldori

Matt “Guitar” Murphy Dead at 88

One of the greatest sidemen in the history of blues music, Matt "Guitar" Murphy died last night. He was 88.

The Delta Saints Deliver the Goods ‘Live From the AB’

The Delta Saints are a band with a big, eclectic sound that encompasses past, present, and future. They’re sonically rich but not dense, rooted in the roots but not cliched, and darkly bluesy without being overwrought.

The BluesBones – ‘Chasing Shadows’ and Capturing Fans

There is a familiarity to 'Chasing Shadows' that put us right at home from the very first. But then we played it again, and again, and discovered new delights each time.

Brant Buckley Interviews Blues Guardian Keith Dixon Nelson

"My goal is to let the younger generation really see what the blues has been and what it can be. To keep the music popular and create a resurgence, the blues needs the young people." - Keith Dixon Nelson

12 Women Who Changed The Blues

Throughout history countless women have given the blues a unique stamp, and fought their way to the front of the testosterone saturated genre, oftentimes with little praise.

WORLD PREMIERE Track From Bob Corritore & Friends “Willie Mae”

"Willie Mae" features the rich Mississippi vocals and guitar of Bill "Howl-N-Madd" Perry supported by Corritore's playful harmonica dance and the nimble drumming of Malachi Johnson.