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Sonny Landreth Talks ‘Live in Lafayette’

"No matter where you're from, or what language you speak, blues is the universal language."
Walter and Jon Trout Chrome Lounge 2017

Walter Trout Says ‘We’re All in This Together’

It was easy to get them to agree. The hard part was the logistics of scheduling, because every one of these guys is a touring, hard working musician.

Mike Zito Talks About Making Music, Success and the State of the Blues

Things are fun for me. I'm very lucky. I get to make records, play and make music.

Gregg Allman; A Blues Scholar With A Lifetime of Rock Royalty

Gregg Allman talks about the upcoming movie on his life, wanting a Blues Music Award, lovingly discusses his many blues influences, and why vinyl is making us lazy!
Reverend Peyton FEATURED

Juke Joint Festival Coverage — Reverend Peyton and his Big Damn Band Interview

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
Devon Allman at Vegas FEATURED

"Play the Hell Out of That Thing, Every Day, Merry Christmas"

On a snowy day in Cleveland, Ohio, Devon Allman explains a particularly special moment outside of Savanna, Georgia that would change both his life and that of a young, aspiring guitar player.

International Blues Music Day

New York City Bluesman Johnny Childs is eager to tell anyone who will listen why he initiated the grassroots movement to establish an International Blues Music Day. Find out why!

If Carl Weathersby Tells You He’s Bored, Don’t Believe Him

"If I wasn't so old, I don't know if I would continue to do this stuff," says Carl Weathersby after an eight hour session at Chicago's famous late-night blues club, Kingston Mines
Shemekia Copeland at STLBluesweek FEATURED (Photo by Reed Radcliffe, TripleRPhotography.com)

Shemekia Copeland Refuses to Get Stuck in "Mississippi Mud"

The blues superstar talks her huge new album, covering Dylan, Sam Cooke, and her father, as well as playing at the White House, paving her own way, and being presented the mantle as the new "Queen of the Blues"!
Broke & Hungry Records

Interview with Jeff Konkel of Broke and Hungry Records, the Quintessential Delta Blues Label

Jeff Konkel has been running Broke and Hungry Records for several years now, bringing exposure to some of the greatest talent from the land where the blues began, the Mississippi Delta. In the delta,...
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