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Music Reviews

This is the all-encompassing section to review anything music-related.

"Blues Enough" From The Hitman Blues Band Is A Good Time

Blues Enough, from the Hitman Blues Band is a really good time! Out on Nerus Records and clocking in at just under 49 minutes, this album is energetic and spunky.

2017 King Biscuit Blues Festival – First Full Day

The weather was perfect. Crowds were great. The anticipation was electric. The first day of King Biscuit, Thursday, has only one stage with music but...

Brian Langlinais’ 'Right Hand Road' Is Great Summer Blues

A great mix of originals and covers, electric and acoustic, this album should be included in any up and coming collection. Pick it up soon.

Charlie Musselwhite's "The Well" is Deep, Dark and Descriptive!

One listen to Charlie Musselwhite's latest release is all it will take to prove that this Mississippi born blues master is at the top of his game. "The Well" is deep,dark and full of...

Doyle Bramhall II Is a ‘Rich Man’ Indeed

'Rich Man' is a culmination of his journeys, both physically and spiritually, and all his traveling has served him well. The best part of this album is the amazing textures and sonic backdrops that Bramhall has sculpted.

Dennis McNally Takes Us to the River, "On Highway 61"

Dennis McNally's ah-ha moment in deciding to write his book, On Highway 61 – Music, Race and the Evolution of Cultural Freedom, came after Bob Dylan's comments.
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Linsey Alexander Releases ‘Two Cats’

Although 15 tracks, and over an hour in length, we wondered where the time went, before pushing play again. It's that good.

True Blues Concert Film Recorded at D.C.'s Restored Howard Theatre on April 22nd

On April 22nd, incredibly talented performers took the stage at the Howard Theater. The outcome was legendary.

Debut Delmark Release From Billy Flynn

'Lonesome Highway', is a true celebration of Billy Flynn's 60th trip around the sun. Many of the songs were shared with Jimmy Dawkins before his tragic passing in 2013. He offered his advice, and Flynn truly honors his mentor with this one. Sure to be a Delmark classic!
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Ken DeRouchie’s Muse: Tales of Love Lost and Found

From great tragedy after a lifelong bond comes Ken DeRouchie's latest accomplishment.
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