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Bob Weir and Wolf Brothers Back on Tour, Slated to Play Chicago Theatre Two...

On the heels of their NPR Tiny Desk Concert, Bob Weir and Wolf Brothers are back for a 22-date tour. They will make their return to the iconic Chicago Theatre March 11 and 12. With...

Reuben And The Dark Live at Schubas Chicago

Reuben and the Dark returned to Chicago's North Side, bringing their brand of indie folk rock one of the city's favorite music clubs, Schubas Tavern. Fronted by Calgary's Reuben Bullock, the band played to a small but...

Prince Estate Reissuing ‘The Rainbow Children’ and ‘One Nite Alone’ Albums

The Prince Estate has announced the next surge of reissues, including Prince’s early ‘00s work that’s been largely out of print. These new editions will be made available on April 17. The box set...

Soul/Blues Singer Lisa Mills Records ‘The Triangle’ at Iconic Southern Studios

“Recording this album was an incredible journey with my formidable producer, Fred Mollin."

World Premiere Video: Jason Lee McKinney Band “Blues in Bahrain”

"...everywhere in the world mothers love their children, we aren't that different." - Jason Lee McKinney

Chicago Blues Artist Dave Specter Asks “Just How Low Can One Man Go?”

"This song was inspired by protest songs of the past and troubling times in the present."

World Premiere Video: Benny Turner “Who Sang It First?”

"'Who Sang It First,' is about blues history, which is black history."

At the Corner of Blues and Metal: Lisa Mann Presents ‘The Poisoner’

"It occurred to me, I can play whatever kind of music I want."

Video of Lost Bayou Ramblers Live at Preservation Hall

Meanwhile the Ramblers will be accompanying 0riginal Pogues members Spider Stacy and Cait O'Riordan, on their first proper tour of select U.S. markets.

52 Years of Louis Armstrong’s “What a Wonderful World.”

Louis Armstrong once spoke out about his most popular hit, "What a Wonderful World." He lectured that "it ain't the world that's so bad but what we're doin' to it. And all I'm saying...
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