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Late Night Jams Inspired J.P. Soars ‘Let Go Of The Reins’

Let Go Of The Reins has a swampy, funky flavor sprinkled all over it, making it just as tasty as a crawfish boil

Do You Wish You Were At Woodstock? Ten Years After Co-founder Plays Silvertone Classic

Looking and sounding like a rerun of the famous New York Woodstock festival which propelled Ten Years After to global stardom was the Fifty Years After Party at the record-breaking Silverstone Classic.

The Nick Moss Band Featuring Dennis Gruenling Lucky Guy!

'Lucky Guy!' looks longingly and respectfully at the past while existing in the present. It's a thin line Moss and Gruenling walk quite well.

Soul Blues Artist of the Year Annika Chambers Says ‘Kiss My Sass’

This is one of those albums that you'll play over and over without it ever getting old.

Delbert McClinton’s Tall, Dark & Handsome is an Ode to Texas Blues

His signature raspy voice still holds strong on the new release.

Gracie Curran & Friends ‘Come Undone’

'Come Undone' is all about Curran's voice, which has a bluesy rasp but a pure-rock energy.

Brad James Band ‘At Fellowship Hall’

Low-key is often a euphemism for boring but the Brad James Band's At Fellowship Hall is low-key—without being dull.

Misty Blues Pickled & Aged

Many artists can combine rock and blues, or jazz and blues, or gospel and blues, but damn few do it with the brilliant, joyful noise produced by Misty Blues on Pickled & Aged.

‘Sweet Or Mean’ Eliza Neals Brings It All On New Raw Blues Rock EP

Powerhouse vocalist Eliza Neals comes out swinging with one of the most notorious Blues-rock guitarists in the industry.

Ranky Tanky Preserves Gullah Music With New EP

This is an impressive EP in that Ranky Tanky is able to put across a sound that many of us don't have a convenient mental shorthand for.
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