Cannon has grown from being a local attraction to become a world-renowned ambassador for Chicago blues.
"It was peaceful," said Kent Sorrell, Neville's longtime manager. "He passed away at home with his adoring wife Lorraine by his side."
"We’ve gone from 10 to 15 friends in a dive bar on a Tuesday to playing full-on festivals without even having an album out yet."
'The Messenger' spotlights one of the leading voices in the 1970s Cosmic Country movement and his seamless transformation from youthful jester into one of today’s most sage and spiritual musical mentors.
'Beyond the Blue Door' confirms Earl's status as one of the most soulful blues/soul/jazz guitarists working today.
In addition to the publication of 'Weeds Like Us,' she will be releasing her 15th album, 'Change In The Weather,' on September 13 with Blue E´lan Records.
'Fillmore West '71,' culled from an epic weekend of live music recorded at the legendary San Francisco venue.