Eddie C. Campbell is a genuine expression of West side Chicago blues, and his history and latest album, Spider Eating Preacher, from Delmark Records, leaves no doubt.
The latest from the killer funk band that's been blowing up the blues world, produced by Greg Koch, is a powerhouse punch and a blast to listen to.
So what does a song writer aspire to -- what do they dream about? Their own album, right? Such is The Nature of My Dreams.
A mysterious, earthen feel that is infectious and impossible to stop listening to... this expansive sound could well be the genius that is Eric Bibb.
Sharon has a big voice simply built for the blues, with tonal inflections and emotion-stirring abilities that make listening to her a magical experience.
With the best in that trad. Chicago sound, the album was destined to be a modern Chicago blues hit.
Ben Rice Band’s Pour Me Some Whiskey is like a well stocked bar and a brilliant bartender -- you constantly get surprised in the best ways possible!
JT Coldfire, the hard working honky tonk hero has recently released a new album, Always & Never. With opposite compliments like "Coldfire" and "Always & Never", it's not hard to see that JT doesn't fit into...
Paul Nelson-produced ROOTS, Winter’s 1st studio album since 2004's "I’m a Bluesman", has him sounding the best in years. Armed with blues classics & talented friends, it's Winter's best blues to date.