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Lee Pons - Big Boogie Voodoo

Lee Pons' "Big Boogie Voodoo" is Wild Blues Piano

Lee Pons is an up-jumped-the-devil rockin', rollickin' New Orleans blues piano player. His latest CD, Big Boogie Voodoo from Mind Balm Records is piano-filled bliss.
James Cotton - Giant

After 66 years, JAMES COTTON'S still got it!

I've often heard the word timeless tossed around while describing the music of blues artists. I can't really think of a more fitting word to use that would sum up James Cotton's latest release on Alligator Records "Giant".

"Burnin" with Guitar Slide Master Ron Hacker

Ron Hacker's latest release "Burnin" shows why he has played every major festival in Northern California and all across Europe. His music has a little bit of everything for blues lovers

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...
Guitar Slim Jr - Brought Up The Hard Way

Guitar Slim Jr. Plays the Blues!

Grammy-nominated New Orleans legend Guitar Slim, Jr. just recently released his new album "Brought Up The Hard Way"!

Peaches Staten: Peaches Live at Legends

Peaches, who is playing live at Buddy Guy's club, Legends, in Chicago, is electric in "Live at Legends"
Ten Foot Polecats

Ten Foot Polecats CD Review

The Ten Foot Polecats' album I Get Blamed for Everything I Do is a rockin' good time.

Treme Soundtrack is Richly, Deeply New Orleans

We love some New Orleans blues, and what better place to find a whole mess of it than the soundtrack to the show that is so deeply rooted in New Orleans, you'd need more than a bulldozer to get it out!
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