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Southside Johnny to Perform Benefit Show in Orlando

In an effort to give back to the Florida community following Hurricane Irma, 100 percent of ticket sales will be donated to Feeding South Florida®.

WORLD PREMIERE EXCLUSIVE: “St. Augustine’s Blues” – House Above The Sun

"St. Augustine’s Blues" is a spacious, beautifully textured example of what Americana is at its best.
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BREAKING: Tom Petty Dead at 66

During his tenure with the Heartbreakers, Traveling Wilburys, and as a solo performer, Petty was nominated for 18 GRAMMY® Awards, of which he won 3.
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WORLD PREMIERE Supersonic Blues Machine ft. Eric Gales “Elevate”

"Having one of the most poetic and blessed guitarists on the planet, to counter-point the song’s message, makes it absolutely a dream turned into reality."
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WORLD PREMIERE Tommy Castro & The Painkillers “Nonchalant”

"Not trying to get caught up in any particular kind of style, I was just trying to put some really good songs together."

The Devon Allman Project to Kick Off 2018 Tour at The Fillmore

Devon Allman, son of the late Gregg Allman has put together a new group, The Devon Allman Project. The group will tour from March through September 2018.
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World Premiere Video From Gina Sicilia “Damaging Me”

This world premiere video, directed by Blake Judd, builds the tension of the song to a leave-it-to-our-imagination climax.
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Louis Armstrong House Museum Celebrates 50 Years of “What A Wonderful World”

Released as a single by ABC-Paramount on September 23rd, 1967, the jazz giant's classic cover still serves as medicine for turbulent times.

Exclusive WORLD PREMIERE Wyves “Bitch Has Got Problems”

"This is the song we usually cap off the end of our shows with, and gets the craziest crowd response."

Blues Historian Paul Oliver Dead at 90

Oliver was also one of the foremost blues historians of gospel and blues music in the modern era.
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