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Chicago Blues

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.

Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters "Just For Today"

This is the best work Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters have put on disc in years. Good sound quality and a great mix make this album really easy on the ears too.

You Won't Be Able to Get Enough Of The Rides' "Cant Get Enough"

Can't Get Enough by The Rides is the kind of album a supergroup should be making. It leaves you wanting more.

Mike Wheeler Is A Self Made Man

Wheeler is from the school of "I will let my guitar do the talking." He knows when to let loose, and when to let things breathe a bit. He does not try to impress with a million notes in 12 bars. All his playing makes sense, is for the betterment of the song, and every note belongs right where he plays it.

Brick City Blues Festival 2013 — Blues, BBQ, and Charity

The main event of the evening was Mac Arnold and Plate Full O' Blues. Arnold and his band gave the crowd a set of Chicago blues that was kickin'!
Rod and Honey Piazza at Tampa Bay Blues Fest FEATURED

Scenes From The 2013 Tampa Bay Blues Festival

Over the course of nineteen years, The Tampa Bay Blues Festival has become one of the premier blues festivals in the nation. People travel from all corners of the globe to attend, and with good reason.

Jimmy Dawkins, Famous for "West Side" Chicago Sound, Passes Away

Delmark Records legend Jimmy Dawkins, who's "West Side-styled guitar slashes and surges," has passed away.
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