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Rich Hope Finds Balance on ‘I’m All Yours’

There are a lot of factors working to make this a great album. The primary one might be Hope's voice, which is pure mania.

Reverend Peyton Joins John Mellencamp on “Eyes on the Prize”

"We were knee to knee underneath 1930’s RCA ribbon mics, with my 1934 National guitar. It was one of the most powerful musical experiences of my life".- Rev Peyton

2019 Keeping the Blues Alive Award Recipients Announced

The annual Keeping the Blues Alive Awards recognize the writers, disc jockeys, photographers, record labels, blues societies, music clubs, festivals, and others in the blues world that have played vital roles in advancing the art and commerce of blues.

Walker, Katz and Robson Take Us On Journeys to the Heart...

Walker, Robson, and Katz do an incredible job perfectly re-creating a classic blues sound. On 'Journeys to the Heart of the Blues' they've crafted the perfect omelet for your ears.

Jim Allchin is in his Prime Blues

One pursuit that has always beckoned to Jim Allchin, long before his indispensable executive role at Microsoft, is playing the blues.

Cary Morin Demonstrates Simple Beauty on ‘When I Rise’

'When I Rise' works not just because of its variety, but also because of the performances. Morin's voice is exciting and his guitar playing impressive.

Down the “White Rabbit” Hole with Jorma Kaukonen

'Been So Long: My Life and Music,' a memoir by Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, hit the shelves in late August of this year. It doesn’t read like a typical sex, drugs, and rock and roll autobiography.

Video Premiere: Sandy Carroll “Love Is a Wonderful Thing”

"I was honored to write and duet with Johnny Rawls," Carroll declares. "This lyric video reflects the mood of the song so completely!"

Colin James Has ‘Miles To Go’

James deserves a lot of credit for tackling sacred tunes. One has the sense that while part of the reason is to share his interpretations of these beloved songs, another reason is to send fans back to the originals.

Swamp Rocker Tony Joe White Dead at 75

“I’ve hit a lot of their licks on my guitar over the years, especially Lightnin’ Hopkins,” White said. “But I sung it the way I felt. Just my voice, harmonica and an old guitar. I feel real good on it."