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Chicago Blues

San Francisco’s Biscuits and Blues Serves Up Good Times

"I go to the IBC every year, and I look at the talent because I get to see them first-hand. Their desire to excel is what I’m looking for."

World Premiere: Nick Moss Band “The High Cost of Low Living”

On March 9th, the album 'The High Cost of Low Living' hits the streets, marking the return of Moss to traditional, Chicago and jump blues.

Summer Camp – Chicago Blues Style

The Chicago Blues Camp is currently registering campers for its 2018 run. Instead of canoeing, hiking, and arts & crafts, Chicago Blues Campers are immersed in learning and playing guitar, bass, and harmonica, the...

WORLD PREMIERE “Let It Go” by Bernard Allison

Check out our World Premiere of "Let It Go" by Bernard Allison

Remembering Blues Queen Denise LaSalle

Denise LaSalle was the undisputed "Blues Queen." A singer, songwriter, producer, label owner, mentor, and entrepreneur, her music and her legacy will live forever.

Buddy Guy Helps Fight Cancer and Gives the Next Generation a Hand Up

"Who knows what’s good. It’s like I’m from Louisiana man. People can tell you how good they cook down there all they want but you ain’t gonna know until you taste it."

Who Really Invented Rock and Roll?

As a musical genre, it arguably dates back almost a century. But who really invented the music known as rock and roll? Here are the contenders.

What Guitars Did Muddy Waters Play?

Although he never had a "Lucille," Muddy Waters had an arsenal of guitars, both electric and acoustic, and could play them all in his thundering, electrified Delta blues style.
Jimi Hendrix Both Sides of the Sky feature

New Jimi Hendrix Album Drops Next Year With 10 Previously Unheard Tracks

The final volume in a trilogy from the Hendrix archives, 'Both Sides of the Sky' focuses on music recorded between 1968 and Hendrix's death in 1970.

Wayne Baker Brooks Does It All

"All these legends, we knew personally. They knew us. They’re gone now, so, somebody got to rise up."
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