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Blues Music

"Soul Bender" by David Gogo — Blues, Meet Soulful Rock

David Gogo's latest album has it all -- southern rock, Stax soul, rollicking blues and even a little bit of Michael Jackson for good measure!
American Blues Scene Mobile FEATURED

Announcing American Blues Scene MOBILE

The American Blues Scene is proud to announce the release of the official ABS mobile website! Now you can browse the latest blues news, interviews & album reviews on the fly, right from your phone!

The Cooper Brothers' "In From The Cold"

The Cooper Brothers return for a fantastic new album, with production wizard Colin Linden
Fats Domino FEATURED

Behind The Keys – The "Fat Man", Fats Domino

Fats Domino emerged from New Orleans to become one of rock-and-roll's earliest and finest stars. With over 65 million record sales to his credit, he has had an incredible impact on music.
Bad Influence - Tastes Like Chicken

Bad Influence's "Tastes Like Chicken" from Badblues Records

Washingtonian Magazine hails Bad Influence as "a part of a long and worthy Washington blues tradition." With an award for best blues band, 2003, by the Washington Area Music Association, Bad Influence has garnered...

Gregg Allman Discusses His Three Rules & Disease

Blues rocker Gregg Allman discusses his "Three Rules", his recent liver transplant, and a lifetime in music on this recent CNN human interest piece.
Tab Benoit FEATURED

Interview with Tab Benoit on the Back Porch

Tab Benoit came by to talk about his new album Medicine, the continuing problem in the Gulf Coast, and his amazing music and influences! See what he had to say!
Tommy Castro

Tommy Castro's The Legendary Rhythm & Blues Revue — Live!

Alligator's new album, spearheaded by Tommy Castro, is a commanding live album that is packed to the brim with shockingly large talents such as Trampled Under Foot, Janiva Magness & Joe Louis Walker.
Ben Prestage FEATURED

Ben Prestage Sits Down for an Interview on the Back Porch

Ben Prestage recently brought his one-man-band act to the back porch to talk about his musical heritage, his influences, and his rockin' new CD, One Crow Murder!
Southern Cross The Dog Novel - Allen Whitley

Allen Whitley's "Where Southern Cross The Dog"; An Excellent Novel

The novel is a blues gem, romping through the segregated 1938 Mississippi delta in a wild adventure through murder, dancing, cotton, Nazis, and Jim Crow. Yes, we said Nazis.
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