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Chicago Blues

Buddy Guy Featured

Buddy Guy's Arms Are Wide Open

The iconic, legendary blues titan talks about why the blues isn't on major radio, John Lee Hooker stealing his guitar cords, and a possible movie about his life!
John Primer at the Blues Music Award-winning Chan's Eggrolls and Jazz in Woonsocket, Rhode Island

John Primer Brings Taste of Chicago to Chan's Eggrolls and Jazz

When it comes to Mississippi-born bluesmen who plied their trade in Chicago when blues was still king, there aren't many left in 2013. "If you didn't have a good time tonight it's your own damn fault!"

Popa Chubby Gives Us "Universal Blues Breakdown"

Popa Chubby Gives Us "Universal Blues Breakdown" and it does not disappoint. The album is well produced, and has a very good mix, giving the sound a clear, in-your-face immediacy. Very sweet indeed.

The Ori Naftaly Band Is "Happy For Good"

If this is what blues is like in Israel, we want more! This is a solid album that is full of texture, soul, and righteous blues. Bring this album home today, throw on a good set of headphones, and get lost in it. You won't regret it.
Etta Two, a 2011 Harley Street Glide, FEATURED

The Ultimate Blues Bike

Roaring motorcycles and powerful blues music have long gone hand in hand, but one Illinois man has raised the bike/blues fusion to brave new heights.
Buddy Guy - Rhythm and Blues FEATURED

Buddy Guy's "Rhythm & Blues": Earth-Shaking Blues with the Best of Friends

Chicago Blues giant Buddy Guy knows how to make an album. Set for release on July 30th, his 77th birthday, Guy's 2-disc "Rhythm & Blues" is a leading-edge, powerful achievement from the biggest name in the blues... with a little help from some seriously talented friends.

Chicago Blues All-Stars Are "Red, Hot & Blue"

The Chicago Blues All-Stars are "Red, Hot & Blue." Released on the Azure Music label, Red, Hot & Blue is noteworthy on many levels. These musicians are all top-shelf Chicago players who have backed and played with music royalty including Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, Albert King, gary Moore, Otis Rush, and Muddy Waters.

Tommy Z's "Sometimes" Brings Home Some Real Guitar

Well, blues fans, get ready to be wooed! Tommy Z's new album, Sometimes, came across our desk today, and all we can say is "Wow!" Here's a player that has paid his dues and put in his time.

Frank Bang and The Secret Stash Bring It With "Double Dare"

Frank Bang and The Secret Stash bring it with "Double Dare." This album rocks, slides, roars and even soothes in places. This is an energetic album. If this doesn't get you rockin' then you need to make sure you still have a pulse.

"This Time Another Year" Is A Brandon Santini Showcase

This Time Another Year is a Brandon Santini showcase, simmering in places, and smoking in others. The album is mixed very well, and lets the music speak in a spirited voice.
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