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Author: JD Nash
JD is currently associate editor and social media manager for American Blues Scene. He's also the former host of Blues Influence on WREN radio.
This Week in Blues Past has two of the biggest landmarks in blues…
the birth of a soul icon, a HUGE blues album release from B.B. King, the launch of a major blues radio station, the commemoration of a blues landmark, and much more!
latest offering on the Malaco label is a return to the rhythm & blues and soul that seductively permeated the airwaves decades ago and it is a welcome return indeed.
This Week in Blues Past has some big landmarks, with the loss of a Hill Country icon, the opening of a distinctly American hall of fame, the birth of a Texas blues giant a big bootleg recording, and much more!
There’s a lot that happened this week in the blues… here’s the top ten, with one of the biggest tragedies in music, landmark album releases and more!
This Week in Blues Past has some HUGE landmarks involving a handful of the BIGGEST names in the blues!
Discover milestone births, some touching memorials, an incredible Piedmont Blues recording session,
Lance Lopez was only five years old when he first held a guitar. He knew then, that was his calling…
A statue for a bluesman, Another’s release from one of Louisiana’s most notorious prisons, the birth of blues pioneers and icons, and the final appearance of a wildly influential blueswoman…
It was 1997 when Steve Salter, the owner of a CD distribution business, traveled to Jazzfest. Along the way, he decided to stop and pay his respects to Blues artists that he never got to see in person. What he found would shock him into action.