Danielle Nicole Steps Out of the Box and Into Herself

Danielle Nicole's 'Cry No More' was released today, February 23rd, 2018, via the Concord Records label and is available everywhere.

Peter Parcek’s ‘Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven’ Is the Real...

Parcek always does what’s right for the song and isn’t just trying to blow the listener’s mind.

Rock and Roll was Born at the Crossroads

When someone asks who really invented Rock and Roll, you can tell them Roosevelt and Uaroy Graves did it in Hattiesburg during the Great Depression.

The Top Five Best Blues Festivals in Florida

The pros at ABS came up with this Top Five guide to discover Florida Blues Festivals with the best live music lineups, vendors, arts, food, and attractions.

Curtis Salgado & Alan Hager Are Too Smooth For ‘Rough Cut’

If 'Rough Cut' from Curtis Salgado and Alan Hager don't garner every award there is this year, then there is no justice in the world.

Rockin’ Johnny Burgin’s ‘Neoprene Fedora’ is a Chi-volution!

The 16-track album 'Neoprene Fedora' chronicles Burgin’s move to California from Chicago, and has more twists and turns than Route 66.

Mick Kolassa’s ‘Double Standards’ Is Full of Surprises

Kolassa’s 'Double Standards' is a deceptively complex album of compelling takes on great blues songs.

New Jimi Hendrix Album – ‘Both Sides of the Sky’ Out...

Excitement is building and the anticipation is palpable for the upcoming Jimi Hendrix album, 'Both Sides of the Sky,' hitting the street March 9th.

Bob Margolin Is Steady Rolling, and Loving Every Minute of It

"I want to honor Muddy and give his fans all I can about him musically and historically, even as I make my own music."

World Premiere: Nick Moss Band “The High Cost of Low Living”

On March 9th, the album 'The High Cost of Low Living' hits the streets, marking the return of Moss to traditional, Chicago and jump blues.