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Fats Domino FEATURED

Behind The Keys – The "Fat Man", Fats Domino

Fats Domino emerged from New Orleans to become one of rock-and-roll's earliest and finest stars. With over 65 million record sales to his credit, he has had an incredible impact on music.

Blues for Peace Concert Set for White House on World Peace Day

"The way the nation is now, it’s full of hate. I’m doing this because the world - and especially our country right now - needs this message. I want the regular folks to come out. There are so many nice people in the world."
Leaflets Volume 2 Album Cover

Leaflets Vol. II Represents the best of Blues Leaf Records

Ten Blues stallions and a mare make up the corral represented in Blues Leaf Records, Leaflets, Volume II 2000-2006, issued this year for blues listeners.

2015 Blues Music Awards Winners (FINAL)

The 36th Blues Music Award WINNERS will be announced in this thread and live on Twitter! And if you enjoyed our live coverage tonight and our new website redesign, we put the same hard work, effort,...

Looking Back at the 2016 King Biscuit Blues Festival

This year’s headliners included John Mayall, Charlie Musselwhite, and slide masters Roy Rogers and Sonny Landreth together.

C.C. Rider the Venerator: The Sampling of Prison Worksongs

Today we’re gonna trace the Blues origins of hip hop samples, back to the Mississippi prison system...

Rolling Stones to Play for 400 Lucky fans Tonight in LA!

The Rolling Stones are playing the Echoplex tonight. Tickets are onsale right now at the El Rey. $20, cash. It's a lottery. They're handing out tokens at this moment.

TBT – “Proud Mary” Is Still a Great Song

From the streets of Chicago, to the wheat fields of Kansas, to the Champs Elysées in Paris, France, everyone knows this song.

Lance Lopez: Texas Guitar Slinger is Just a Product of His Environment

Lance Lopez was only five years old when he first held a guitar. He knew then, that was his calling...

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Hattie Hart

You may not know her name, but if you know the blues on Beale Street, you know Hattie Hart. Remembered now for her work with the Memphis Jug Band in the 1920s.
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