The Blues Foundation’s Blues Music Week delivers an abundance of amazing events for acclaimed musicians, industry professionals, ardent fans, and the general public to experience in the cradle of blues, Memphis, Tennessee.
Promoter Kenn Moutenot of Saloon Studios Live is laying claim to what will be Woodstock South, with the greatest number of original Woodstock artists of any festival.
On May 31st, Concord Records will release The Traveler, an album of experience and profound resonance by the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band.
His appeal has crossed over between predominantly white fans of traditional blues and predominantly black soul-blues fans.
Four days of bliss on the banks of the Mississippi in historic Helena, Arkansas, will see more than 100 performers ranging from legacy icons to tomorrow’s stars on six stages, taking fans from around the world on a journey that brings the legacy of America’s music to life.
In addition to the Beacon Theatre news, Tedeschi Trucks Band have revealed a special edition Record Store Day EP High & Mighty to be released on Record Store Day, April 13th.
The Chicago Blues Festival will celebrate the genre’s music legacy in Chicago with live performances on six stages by local and national blues artists in the city’s premier outdoor music venue.
Southern Avenue combines the talents of a prodigiously talented set of young musicians who bring their individual backgrounds and wide-ranging musical interests to the table, carrying the Southern soul legacy into the 21st century.
Although each of the 15 songs represents Broussard’s best known material and fan favorites from throughout his storied career, 'Home (The Dockside Sessions)' is more than simply a reminder of past glories.