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Stew Cutler Shines On ‘Every Sunday Night’

Without question, the standout performance here is the Gregg Allman classic "Not My Cross To Bear." Cutler's guitar lines are stunning, and...
lightnin-willie-master-from-tiff-image Mike Kendall

Lightnin’ Willie No Black No White Just Blues

Lightnin' Willie takes traditional blues narratives, and sets them to a groove that defies sitting still.
sunday Wilde Reno Jack Photo Elaine Hughes

Sunday Wilde & Reno Jack Are ‘Two’ of a Kind

'Two' is a raw, deliberately simple recording. No overdubs or fancy studio wizardry. Just real instruments played by real musicians.
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World Premiere Track From Albert Castiglia

It may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it's a straight up shot of whiskey, with an espresso chaser.

Paradise Kings Give Us a ‘Controlled Burn’

The Paradise Kings play blues that's rockabilly, and blues that swings. They play with passion, and they play well.

Jonny Lang Stands Tall with ‘Signs’

'Signs' is an open throttled juggernaut of sensory celebration. Jumping on this sonic train at any stop is always rewarded.
Rick Estrin & The Nightcats Bob Hakins

Rick Estrin & the Nightcats are Groovin’ in Greaseland

'Groovin' in Greaseland' makes us think the band wrote a little something from every single stop on their never-ending tour.
Greg Sover Publicity Photo Greg Schultz

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.
Savoy Brown 2 pc Jim Summaria

Savoy Brown Gives Us a ‘Witchy Feelin’

With over five decades in the game, there's a reason Savoy Brown has stood the test of time. 'Witchy Feelin' is it.
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Migration Blues – Eric Bibb’s Most Powerful Album

This is not a party album, nor is it "easy" listening. Migration Blues hit us like a knock-out punch, right in the feels.
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