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Video Premiere “Do Right By Him” From Eric Jerardi

“I’ve put in a lot of hard work over the years, and this record is a reflection of my dedication to my craft,” Jerardi says. “Thanks to my team and everyone at Muscle Shoals for making my best record yet.”
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WORLD PREMIERE VIDEO: Robert Connely Farr & the Rebeltone Boys “Hey Mr. Devil”

Since 2017, cherished Mississippi bluesman Jimmy "Duck" Holmes has been mentoring Farr in the Bentonia Style of the Delta Blues, an obscure style that Holmes learned directly from Henry Stuckey.
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Reverend Peyton Joins John Mellencamp on “Eyes on the Prize”

"We were knee to knee underneath 1930’s RCA ribbon mics, with my 1934 National guitar. It was one of the most powerful musical experiences of my life".- Rev Peyton
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Video Premiere: Sandy Carroll “Love Is a Wonderful Thing”

"I was honored to write and duet with Johnny Rawls," Carroll declares. "This lyric video reflects the mood of the song so completely!"
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Premiere Video: Colin James Breaks Down ‘Miles To Go’ Song by Song

Check out this video of Colin James breaking down each song, one by one, from his recent release 'Miles To Go'.

WORLD PREMIERE Video: “This Side Or The Other” – David Olney

“I got the idea from the film, 'The Town.' The movie is about Boston gangsters. A father in prison says this to his son. What a beautiful thing for a hard man to say."

WORLD PREMIERE Video: “Down to Memphis” by Alastair Greene

"The majority of the lyrics to 'Down To Memphis' were written in a taxi cab on the way to the Memphis airport a couple years ago."

10 Underrated Female Blues Musicians You Need To Be Following

Here are ten relatively unknown, but incredibly gifted blues playing women from around the world whose profiles may have escaped you, but deserve every follow they can get.

Joe Bonamassa Out with ‘Redemption’ in September

"From a producer’s perspective, this is far and away the most challenging and diverse album that Joe has ever made."

Video Premiere: “Straitjacket” by Jeremiah Johnson

St. Louis, and Houston (because hey, what's blues without a wee bit of Texas in there somewhere?) flavor his blues. Rock and Roll and Country can clearly be heard in there as well.
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