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"444" is The Nighthawks' New Masterpiece

For a band entering their fifth decade, the Nighthawks bring it, and they play it with feeling. 444 is a party looking for a place to break out!
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Greg Sover Delivers ‘Songs Of a Renegade’

It's time the rest of the world got turned on to what Pennsylvania audiences have been relishing for some time.
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"One Night At Reds" DVD is a dramatic Delta Blues Experience

When a DVD showed up featuring Mississippi Spoonman in a tiny delta Juke Joint, we knew we were in for a good time. We didn't know how right we were.

‘Honest Woman’ by Thornetta Davis Is Everything an Album Should Be

'Honest Woman' is a what a great album is supposed to be; Unrelenting, captivating, and holding us so we don't want to let go.

Sterling Ball, John Ferraro, & Jim Cox Are ‘The Mutual Admiration Society’

The idea was for a group of close musical friends to have fun recording an album. Nailed it!

Ana Popovic Rocks Montana’s Crown Guitar Fest

Ana Popovic proved the blues knows no bounds as the first female Artist-In-Residence at the internationally acclaimed festival...

"The Beautiful Bones" Is Kelley Hunt's Gospel Inspired Soul

If you enjoy a little gospel with your blues and soul, The Beautiful Bones is for you. This album will definitely lift your spirits and make you smile, on the inside.

Tinsley Ellis Delivers the "Sound of Georgia" with Red Clay Soul

Like many of the other greats, he never forgot where he came from and takes us all there with the new release on his own Heartfixer Music label, Red Clay Soul.

The Ori Naftaly Band Is "Happy For Good"

If this is what blues is like in Israel, we want more! This is a solid album that is full of texture, soul, and righteous blues. Bring this album home today, throw on a good set of headphones, and get lost in it. You won't regret it.

Welcome to Otis Taylor's (Latest) Sonic Opus

Hey Joe might be a sort of "tribute" to Jimi, but make no mistake -- this album carries all the spirit and ardent fire of the word "tribute" like Miles Davis' "A Tribute to Jack Johnson" did.
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