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The Todd Wolfe Band’s “Live” is solid blues-rock

The Todd Wolfe Band's "Live" album almost certainly captures the energy and magic of the live show that they have a reputation for putting on. Blues and rock fused with energy make this album burst!
Rob Blaine - Big Otis Blues

Rob Blaine Flexes His Blues Muscles in Big Otis Blues

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.
Myron Walden - Countryfied

Myron Walden's "Countryfied"; Smooth Southern Soul

In a sentence: the latest album from Myron Walden is called Countryfied, and it's a rare, smooth, saxophone-driven gem.

Texas style blues with Marc Benno and The West Side Horns

Marc Benno has released another album "I Got It Bad" to add to his already bulging body of work. According to my calculations this is the 18th album released by Marc Benno. He has...
Shemekia Copeland

Alligator Releases Shemekia Copeland "Deluxe Edition"

Shemekia Copeland sings straight from the soul. Delivering her songs with an amazing intensity and maturity, she's come to be one of the finest, most-acclaimed female blues and R&B singer of her generation...
Roomfull of Blues - Hook Line and Sinker

Totally Hooked on "Hook, Line and Sinker" from "Roomful Of Blues"

The party starts as soon as you look at the cover of the new CD from Roomful Of Blues. Come to think of it, I think I voted for this cover design on the...
Gregg Allman - Low Country Blues

Gregg Allman's New Album "Low Country Blues" is Spectacular Blues

Gregg Allman's new album Low Country Blues is, in a word, phenomenal.

Walter Trout's "Common Ground" Knocks the Blues on it's Ear!

Typically, if it says "Walter Trout", it's going to be good. "Common Ground" exceeds all of those expectations!
Keith Richards' Life book cover

Keith Richards’ “Life” is Bluesy, Dirty, and Magnificent

Keith Richards' 500+ page autobiography has been out a little more than a month, now, and as Rolling Stone Magazine poignantly put it, "nobody expected it to be so good!"
Gips Place in Alabama

Gips Place: Where the Cats Play

If you happen to find yourself traversing the dark back streets of Bessemer, Alabama- on any given Saturday night, between the hours of 9PM and ‘whenever AM’ Sunday morning- pause. Listen. If you have...
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