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SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — The 28th annual Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival will celebrate great music again this Memorial Day weekend. The event takes place Saturday, May 27th, and Sunday, May 28th, at Rancho Santa Susanna Community...
Chicago, IL - Buddy Guy's Legends wasn't packed to the rafters, but for a Wednesday night, it wasn't a bad crowd; not at all. This night was a wee bit special to the assembled fans though because a bright...
Soul Repo is truly chicken soup for the blues. The players come together like the movement of a fine Swiss watch, and the vocals are first class throughout.
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Theirs was the music behind the big names. Each, a master of his craft, influenced the world in such a way, that rock 'n' roll may well have been stillborn without them.
Margolin is currently on tour with The Last Waltz 40, a celebration of the original concert billed as The Band's last performance.
With Cambell's tight as a tick guitar, Starlite's deep, funky bass and their combined natural vocals, this pie is delicious to the very last.
The essence greatness in this early rockabilly and rock and roll music was its raw, gritty, earthy simplicity. It was as though a raw nerve had been exposed.
"Everyone else wanted to be Elvis, I wanted to be Scotty." - Keith Richards
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — The 28th annual Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival will celebrate great music again this Memorial Day weekend. The...
'Honest Woman' is a what a great album is supposed to be; Unrelenting, captivating, and holding us so we don't want to let go.
The evening was a great success, raising $10,000, which included a guitar signed by Bobby Rush, and the winner's photo with him.
The film weaves together themes from several Keb' Mo' songs into a beautiful story of love, and loss.
Yeah, and when you’re on stage, anything can happen. You’re kind of in control, but, not really. You just kind of carry it along with the night.
We think she does a magnificent job of integrating with the deep rich sounds behind her.