Performers at the May 26th festival may not be the sole survivors of the area's musical history. But they're close.
Listen up to hear all about the National Blues Museum, the good it's already doing for the blues community, and how one localized blues scene is thriving and exploding with the support of a very successful website.
The good reverend opened up about his (now formerly) secret upcoming new album, it's (now not secret!) name, and the band's deceptively powerful, unique sound that's made them a major crossover success while maintaining staunchly loyal to the old school blues that was their influence
We got the chance to speak with the powerful Texas cannonball Reverend K.M. Williams, an ordained minister and a striking modern version of old Texas country bluesmen like Lightnin' Hopkins and guitar evangelists like Blind Willie Johnson. Check out what K.M. had to say!
Lady A is the soul soaked, gospel inspired blues singer from the Seattle-by-way-of-Louisiana area. An amazing singer, Lady A swing by the American Blues Scene tent to speak with us about her latest album,...
American Blues Scene is LIVE from the Juke Joint Festival. We're at the Delta Music Experience Headquarters at the Little Pink Guesthouse