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Blues Music

Why Did Johnny Cash Play at Folsom Prison? Ten Facts About ‘At Folsom Prison’

Since its release, 'At Folsom Prison' has been acknowledged as one of the greatest albums of all time.
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The BluesBones – ‘Chasing Shadows’ and Capturing Fans

There is a familiarity to 'Chasing Shadows' that put us right at home from the very first. But then we played it again, and again, and discovered new delights each time.

Blues Foundation Announces International Blues Challenge and KBA Award Winners

Historic Beale Street will be the site for each of the challenge rounds, opening with the International Showcase on Tuesday, January 31st, 2017.

Mississippi John Hurt Foundation 2017 Homecoming Festival Upon Us

The 2017 gathering is the 19th annual Mississippi John Hurt Music Festival.
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Taj Mahal Plays Leavin' Trunk

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Matt “Guitar” Murphy Dead at 88

One of the greatest sidemen in the history of blues music, Matt "Guitar" Murphy died last night. He was 88.

Allman Goldflies Band “Goes Pops” in Concert

Dr. David Ott, renowned Panama City Pops Orchestra conductor and widely acknowledged as one of the greatest living composers in the U.S. has written orchestral scores for much of the Allman Goldflies Band's acclaimed debut album, 'Second Chance'.

2017 King Biscuit Blues Festival – First Full Day

The weather was perfect. Crowds were great. The anticipation was electric. The first day of King Biscuit, Thursday, has only one stage with music but...
Supersonic Blues Machine with Eric Gales by vikram chandrasekar

WORLD PREMIERE Supersonic Blues Machine ft. Eric Gales “Elevate”

"Having one of the most poetic and blessed guitarists on the planet, to counter-point the song’s message, makes it absolutely a dream turned into reality."

The Fabulous Thunderbirds Are "On The Verge"

Kim Wilson's singing has never been better! His harp playing is inspired, but brilliantly restrained, making it all the more poignant. Again, the band does a spectacular job, and the playing is impressive throughout. This is an excellent album, and definitely worth the long wait.
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