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Steppenwolf in 1970 L-R Goldy McJohn, Jerry Edmonton, John Kay, Larry Byrom, George Biondo

BREAKING: Steppenwolf Founder Goldy McJohn Dead at 72

Goldy suffered a sudden and fatal heart attack the morning of August 1st, 2017.

World Premiere Track From Benyaro: “New Moon”

'One Step Ahead of Your Past' is an audible journey down the periscope of Musser’s young marriage, and voyage into fatherhood.
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Toronzo Cannon Takes the Mound at Wrigley

"As a native Chicagoan, I'm excited and honored to be throwing out the first pitch and supporting the Cubs on their way to winning another World Series."
Lloyd Price Banner Shot Rock Hall

EXCLUSIVE World Premiere: Lloyd Price ‘This Is Rock And Roll’

If anyone knows what rock 'n' roll is, it is Lloyd Price. Price was there at the beginning … well, before the beginning.

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real and Nikki Lane Announce Stagecoach Spotlight Tour

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real have quietly developed into one of America’s most dazzling new live acts...

Language of the Blues: WOOFING

This is the latest installment of our weekly series The Language of the Blues, in which author and rock musician Debra Devi explores the meaning of a word or phrase found in the blues. Grab...

Elise Legrow Releases Sultry Rendition Of Bo Diddley’s “Who Do You Love”

Elise LeGrow has released the second single from her forthcoming album Playing Chess (10/6, S-Curve Records/Awesome Music), a sultry take on the Bo Diddley song "Who Do You Love." Elise will perform songs from Playing...

25 Years Later – The Red Devils Return!

The group’s take-no-prisoners approach drawn from gritty Chicago roots, Texas-inspired blues and Hollywood flair, was first seen in Europe in 1993...
Dockery Farms Photo Collage Site Website

Blues Site Named a Mississippi Landmark

Dockery Farms was designated at the request of the Dockery Farms Foundation, which currently manages the site.
Black Stone Cherry Harry Reese Photo

Black Stone Cherry Goes ‘Black To Blues’

'Black To Blues' pays homage to the fertile 1960s era of electric blues, where the masters pushed boundaries with experimentation and volume.
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