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Trombone Shorty Shakes Things Up at Red Rocks

He played for what seemed like forever, until falling to his knees to catch his breath; it was amazing to watch.

Migration Blues – Eric Bibb’s Most Powerful Album

This is not a party album, nor is it "easy" listening. Migration Blues hit us like a knock-out punch, right in the feels.

Van Morrison Releases “Transformation”

"Each song is like a story and I’m performing that story. That’s been forgotten over years because people over-analyze things." - Van Morrison

Billy Flynn Loves His Blues

"Blues was underground, you know? It was kind of hard to find."

Tommy Castro to Release ‘Stompin’ Ground’

Each song on 'Stompin' Ground' shows a slightly different side of his multifaceted musical personality.

Blues Historian Paul Oliver Dead at 90

Oliver was also one of the foremost blues historians of gospel and blues music in the modern era.

Billy Branch Works Hard to Keep the Blues Alive

"I didn’t have a chance to know Wolf personally, but I had a chance to sit in with Muddy a couple of times."

Language of the Blues: ZOMBIE

This is the latest installment of our weekly series The Language of the Blues, in which author and rock musician Debra Devi explores the...

Kingfish Headlines St. Louis Blues Festival

Ingram's masterful guitar work has been sending shivers through concert goers for nearly half his life, and his vocals display a power and maturity far beyond his years.

Randy Newman Chronicles Sonny Boy Williamson

At times melancholy, and at others celebratory, the first person account apprises the short life of the original Sonny Boy.