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West Coast Blues

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Down the “White Rabbit” Hole with Jorma Kaukonen

'Been So Long: My Life and Music,' a memoir by Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, hit the shelves in late August of this year. It doesn’t read like a typical sex, drugs, and rock and roll autobiography.
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Jesse Ed Davis Inducted into Native American Music Hall of Fame

His friendship with Levon Helm led to an introduction to Leon Russell, who got Davis into session work. He joined Taj Mahal around that same time, playing guitar and piano on Mahal's first three albums and co-writing some of the songs.
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Bitten by the Blues, The Alligator Records Story Out October 30th

'Bitten By the Blues' takes readers behind the scenes, offering larger than life stories of musicians, recording sessions, and what it's like to work with the legends of the genre.
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Blues Hall of Famer Big Jay McNeely Dead at 91

The "King of the Honkers," McNeely's feverish playing help set the course for rock n roll, and he was driving teens of all races mad long before Elvis hit the scene.

Lawrence Lebo’s ‘Old School Girl’ Is Catchy and Nicely Done

Lebo has written some nice songs and, along with a talented band, brings them to life. It's a fun, solid album showing off some old school cool.

WORLD PREMIERE Song: Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne – “Start Rockin'”

When Wayne brings the boogie-woogie-blues to those 88 keys he is rockin' 'em, squeezing every drop of goodness he can out of every one of them.

In Top Form, Boz Scaggs Draws Inspiration From His Early Radio Heroes

"I’m just going to be a vocalist and sing the things that I want to sing. I’ll play a little guitar, but essentially as a musician, I’m primarily a vocalist."
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Whitney Shay Professes ‘A Woman Rules the World’

Shay is the youthful embodiment of an old soul, bringing her performances in a powerful, sassy, and seductive way.

Guitars Through the Eyes of Howard Paul and Robert Benedetto

"Violins were made to be taken apart. Guitars are not made to be taken apart."

Boz Scaggs Gives Us Masterful ‘Out of the Blues’

Boz Scaggs conjures up drama when he sings and his delivery begs us to join him on his journey. And let us not forget that he can play intensely emotive and nimble guitar lines seemingly effortlessly.
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