Marcia Ball is a force of New Orleans piano playing & a Texas roadhouse fireball! Her new album "Roadside Attractions" from Alligator Records is a pumped-up, gulf coast piano force to be reckoned with!
Big Head Todd and the Monsters have assembled a wild all-star team of bluesmen to bring a unique and rockin' version of Robert Johnson cover songs in celebration of the legend's centennial birthday.
Blues-rock giant Joe Bonamassa is set to release his 12th full length solo album "Dust Bowl" on March 22nd. The album breaks all the rules of genre, which is everything Joe's fans have come to expect!
Ross Neilsen and the Sufferin' Bastards' new album "Redemption" has one of the most promising sounds in blues today. The band is tight, gritty and full of energy.
James Kinds, the tried-and-true working bluesman, has recently released Love You From The Top, a righteously soulful album packed with West Side Chicago sound.
Delmark Records' recent reissue of Magic Sam's "West Side Soul" is a great new remastering of a classic album that has been widely regarded as one of the best blues albums of all time.
Rob Blaine is a Chicago blues talent, and his latest album, Big Otis Blues, is a statement that his diverse brand of the blues is a force to be reckoned with.
In a sentence: the latest album from Myron Walden is called Countryfied, and it's a rare, smooth, saxophone-driven gem.