Linsey Alexander The Hoochie Man

"I am a true bluesman. There are very few true bluesmen around. I make my living off the blues; not R&B or hip hop." - Linsey Alexander

The Kentucky Headhunters Come Out Swingin’ ‘Live at the Ramblin’ Man...

The album, captured at the 2016 Ramblin’ Man Fair in Maidstone, UK, has the loose energy of a live show, but the band is as tight as a military operation. Like they're storming the English shores while also finding time to see some sights.

WORLD PREMIERE TRACK – “It’s So Tough” John Mayall Featuring Steven...

"Here’s a song I wrote about all the troubles going on in the world right now," Mayall told us. "I think Steven Van Zandt did a powerful job capturing the mood of the song with his dynamic guest guitar contribution."

Bruce Iglauer – Blues’ Number One Record Executive Gets Very Personal

Reading Bruce’s memoir 'Bitten By the Blues' (University of Chicago Press) co-written by Patrick Roberts for me is like finding a brother’s secret diary under the bed.

Nominees for the 40th Annual Blues Music Awards

For the 40th year, the Blues Music Awards will present a one-of-a-kind gathering of renowned performers and rising stars who reflect the breadth and variety of talent found in today’s blues music scene.

International Blues Challenge Event Week Highlights

The Blues Foundation has scheduled a week of live music, workshops, films, exhibits and more for the 35th Annual International Blues Challenge.

From Tragedy to ‘The Imperial’ – The Triumphant Return of The...

Scheduled for release on January 11th, 'The Imperial' is the latest offering from country soul group, The Delines. But the album almost didn't happen at all.

World Premiere Song From Lonesome Shack “Past the Ditch”

A trio based in both Seattle and London, Lonesome Shack plays a combination of hill country blues and urban folk.

Kevin Burt Puts ‘Heartland and Soul’ Into His Music

'Heartland and Soul' is the debut release from an artist drawing upon a lot of experience, and the result is a well-crafted album that everyone should hear.

From Ashes to Stax

A keepsake museum-quality boxed set of sight, sound, and the human condition, 'Stax ’68: A Memphis Story' is a feast for the ears, soul, and mind.