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Blues Music

Annika Chambers Is Making Her Mark

I guarantee every show. You're gonna have a good time. Thank you for supporting me, and come on out and shake it for me!

Fife & Drom – Featured Interview from Reverbnation

Fife & Drom is the brain-child of Abby Ahmad and Mark Marshall and after a charity gig they played together where they focused on the blues, they realized they'd stumbled onto something fantastic.

The Language of the Blues: JUKE

A juke or juke joint is a funky little bar that provides dance music from a piano player, but it's real meaning goes MUCH deeper than that. Discover the fascinating hidden history behind the word "Juke"

After Show Celebrations Explode at the Palladium

Danielle Nicole and the band also performed the most rocking version of Son House's famed "Death Letter" ever, with the exception of the original, naturally.

Gateway to the Blues Warmly Welcomes Mississippi's Delta Visitors

The Gateway to the Blues, nestled on Highway 61 not far from where 69 merges on Tunica, is the latest must-stop for blues fans in their excursion through the rich musical magic that exists in the Mississippi Delta.

Miles Davis' "Kind of Blue" Released Today — How Many Years Ago Irrelevant

Miles Davis, the moody trumpeter that turned Music on it's ear with his sharp, pioneering style released his wildly celebrated, quadruple platinum album Kind of Blue today.

IBC LIVE: The Quarter-Final Results!

The result are in! Dozens of bands are moving on to the next round! Without further ado...
Bessie Smith FEATURED

This Week in Blues Past: Bessie Smith, Hendrix's Birthday, Albert Collins, MORE!

Bessie Smith, "The Last Waltz", JIMI HENDRIX!!! This Week in Blues Past is packed FULL of killer blues!
508 Park Ave Big

Renovation OK'ed for Site Where Robert Johnson Recorded

The Dallas Observer just reported that the renovation of the famous 508 Park Ave, where Robert Johnson recorded, was OKed! The best part? A recording studio!

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Fats Domino

Today I’m talkin’ bout the man who had more chart-topping hits than any other early rock and roll artist except Elvis...
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