We've gathered 30 blues men and women who go by different names than those they were born with. We're betting a few of them surprise you.
"The lyrics to 'Turn Your Money Green' were the main thing that drew me to this song. They are particularly witty and visual, so I wanted to match them with an equally up-tempo and joyful sounding musical arrangement on the lap steel."
"It seemed like everything, from guitar parts, bass, percussion, solos, just played themselves. When it was over I was dizzy and could barely walk out of the studio."
The ghosts that haunt the American South, and Brother Dege's mind, are released in Farmer's Almanac in the same way Robert Johnson conjured the devil.
Rainer’s 40 photographs on display capture not only the behind the scenes magic of those times, but also played a role in the process of championing the rediscovery of what Memphis almost lost.