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Janiva Magness Bares Her Life and Soul in Upcoming Book ‘Weeds Like Us’

"I was always a lonely kid. I turned into a lonely adolescent, a deeply troubled teenager and an angry young woman with a lot of justifiable demons." - Janiva Magness

Marc Broussard ‘Home (The Dockside Sessions) Available Today

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.
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World Premiere Track From Blues Hall of Famer Johnny Shines “The Blues Came Falling...

On May 3rd, 2019, Omnivore Recordings will release 'The Blues Came Falling Down – Live 1973,' an album of previously unheard performances by Shines recorded at Washington University’s Graham Chapel in St. Louis.
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Gary Hoey Has the ‘Neon Highway Blues’

'Neon Highway Blues' "wasn't a quick record to make," nor was it easy, according to Hoey. It displays the care that came with the time spent on it.

LIVE FROM HERE WITH CHRIS THILE’S LATEST EPISODE DEBUTED ON FEBRUARY 1st IN LOS...

LIVE FROM HERE WITH CHRIS THILE’S LATEST EPISODE DEBUTED ON FEBRUARY 1 IN LOS ANGELES WATCH PERFORMANCES BY JENNY LEWIS, ANDREW BIRD, NICKEL CREEK AND CIROCCO DUNLAP Live from Here with Chris Thile’s latest episode debuted on Friday,...
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World Premiere Never Before Heard Track From Henry Townsend “Since You’ve Come Back ...

"Mule" stands out as consummate Townsend. Omnivore Recordings' inclusion of the eight previously unissued tracks is a gift to the entire blues loving world.
Margo Price plays the Lottery stage on Saturday, Sept. 29.

Roots n Blues n BBQ Brings Cool Tunes, Hot Eats to Stephens Lake Park...

COLUMBIA, MO -- When it comes to music, food, arts and festivals, no place does it quite like Columbia. The 2018 Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival is the quintessential end-of-summertime celebration combining some...

Dickey Betts Postpones Dates Due to “Mild Stroke”

Dickey Betts, a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band has postponed three upcoming performance dates due to what his doctors have described as a mild stroke.

The Eighth Annual Call and Response Blues Symposium at the 33rd Annual King Biscuit...

Join two blues journalism and preservation legends, Roger Stolle and Don Wilcock, as they dedicate this, their eighth annual Call and Response Blues Symposium, to King Biscuit’s beloved patriarch Sunshine Sonny Payne.

‘Queen of Soul’ Aretha Franklin Dead at 76

With her induction in 1987, Franklin was the first woman earning a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She sold more than 75 million records over the course of a career that spanned six decades.
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