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New Sunday Wilde Release Moves Forward by Going Back

Sometimes, in order to move forward, you have to step back. That is exactly what Canadian blues songstress, Sunday Wilde, has done with her new release, Blueberries and Grits.

Jack White's Third Man Records First to Play Vinyl In Space

"We hope that in meeting our goal we inspire others to dream big and start their own missions, whatever they may be."

Trampled Under Foot Reunion a Street Party With 1,200 Guests

They were honest-to-goodness glad to be together and to perform for the people for whom their family had played for generations. That's how it is with family. That's how it is with Trampled Under Foot.

Travis Green’s 'A Little Too Late' – Will Have You Dancing with Joy

Travis Green is a rare talent in the music industry, wearing many hats that range from singer-songwriter, to conductor and musician. A Little Too Late will be a hit album, and deservedly so! Pick up a copy today.

Eric Bibb Tempts with ‘The Happiest Man in the World'

'The Happiest Man In The World' is an acoustic treat for any music lover. Here is an album that is relaxing, entertaining, and will be a welcome addition to any collection. Check it out soon.

Blues for Peace Concert Set for White House on World Peace Day

"The way the nation is now, it’s full of hate. I’m doing this because the world - and especially our country right now - needs this message. I want the regular folks to come out. There are so many nice people in the world."

36th Annual Taste of Chicago Opens Today in Grant Park

The 36th annual Taste of Chicago opens today in Grant Park, thrilling guests through Sunday, July 10th. This year’s lineup will offer an abundance of amazing performers including The Isley Brothers, Billy Idol, and The Decemberists among others.

Katy Guillen & The Girls Are Creating Their Own Sound

Its what you come up with when you're not thinking about fitting into a niche or genre, but when you're having fun.

Gov't Mule to Release "The Tel-Star Sessions"

The Tel-Star Sessions captures the rawness and excitement of the earliest days of Gov’t Mule.

Bluegrass Legend Ralph Stanley Dead at 89

Dr. Ralph Stanley will be missed not only for his talent, and his music, but for his friendship and generosity as well. His mentorship to such artists as Ricky Skaggs and Keith Whitley ensured that a new generation of players would carry on the traditions and the music that he loved so much.
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