Mike Zito strives for truth in his songwriting, his playing, and being a team member; helping the group realize their musical vision. He wants genuine quality in everything he does. Self-serving methods and practices don't work for him: it's all about the the song, the group, the music.
The Allman Brothers Band legend talks about the upcoming album that he's wanted to make his whole life, the ebbs and flows of songwriting, and what made "Low Country Blues" a Grammy-nominated hit.
On Saturday, Lester Chambers was brutally assaulted on stage after dedicating a song to Trayvon Martin. While trying to make sense of senseless violence is the question, he believes love is the answer.
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!
When musical legend Dr. John walks into a room, the air electrifies. The charisma-laden native son of New Orleans talks about seeing it all & learning right from "the best there was." As a result, he might just be the coolest cat in the music industry.
Growing up in Colombia some 2200 miles away from Clarksdale, Mississippi, didn’t stop Carlos Elliot, Jr. from feeling a mystic connection the first time he heard Blues music...