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Nick Moss has been well known for playing a traditionally-steeped Chicago blues for years, but his latest album, “Privileged”, is blues with a distinctive rock flair.
These Brazilian men can sing the blues! The Igor Prado Band has a wonderfully tight, crisp arrangement that sounds as though it was forged from years in the clubs of Chicago.
If you are on the lookout for some great blues guitar playing, whether it be throwback blues or blistering blues…
Get ready, strap in and buckle up. “Damnation Blues” probably should come with a warning label but I guess that’s…
Todd Sharpville makes an amazing return to the blues along with the release of his great new studio double album “Porchlight”
Lance Lopez got an early start on his career as a guitarist, and has been a professional musician since the age of 14, when he began playing local bars in and around New Orleans. His latest album shows off his skills.
From the great New York City blues player Chaz DePaolo comes “Bluestopia”
Let’s get to the gravy: buy Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughan “In Session” if you love the blues.
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.
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