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The Language of the Blues: BAYOU

Find out the origins of the word "Bayou", and it's significance in the blues in this week's article!
Screamin Jay Hawkins FEATURED

Remembering Wild Operatic Voodoo Bluesman Screamin' Jay Hawkins

the story of an opera singer-turned-bluesman who donned wild voodoo-inspired stage garb, became a major influence in shock rock and rap, and raised from coffins as part of his set is something out of the ordinary!
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Dee Dee Bridgewater Releases New Album

She was determined to recapture the same magic and history of the Blues, R&B, and Soul classics in the recordings that were originally made in Memphis.

White Mountains Turn Blue Again for the White Mountain Blues & Boogie Fest

It seems only fitting that Jeff Jensen would have the last word at the 2014 White Mountain Blues & Boogie Festival...
Bernard Allison

Bernard Allison is Soul Searching

Luther Allison’s son Bernard used to hide in the closet when Johnny Winter came over to the house because he was afraid of the albino with pink eyes...
Robi Zonca

So Good by Robi Zonca, is indeed, so good

A masterful blend of rhythm and blues, jazz, and rock, Robi Zonca has kicked out his fifth CD since 2003.

Gregg Allman Discusses His Three Rules & Disease

Blues rocker Gregg Allman discusses his "Three Rules", his recent liver transplant, and a lifetime in music on this recent CNN human interest piece.
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Carlo Ditta is Hungry for Love

On Hungry for Love, Carlo proves himself a worthy successor to the amazing musicians he championed.

Music world responds to Duck’ Dunn's passing: Bill Wyman, Flea, Peter Frampton tweet their...

Bill Wyman, Peter Frampton, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea and Nickleback were among many rockers world wide to offer their condolences after learning about the death of legendary bassist Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn.
Behind The Keys WC Handy FEATURED

Behind the Keys – Finding the Father of the Blues

A yard sale find from a hobby collector reveals personal musings and intricate details behind the father of the blues, W.C. Handy, and one of his most prolific works.
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