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Blind Boys of Alabama to Release ‘Almost Home’ on Amazon

'Almost Home' succeeds in looking backwards, while still sounding as vital and modern as ever.
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2017 National Heritage Fellows Announced

"The National Endowment for the Arts is proud to honor these individuals for artistic mastery, as well as a commitment to sharing their traditions."

Harmonica Player Phil Wiggins Honored with NEA National Heritage Fellowship

Today, Phil Wiggins is the only living player of the instrument to hold the prestigious honor of “Master of Traditional Arts.”
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Selwyn Birchwood First Video From ‘Pick Your Poison’

Chicago, Illinois - Guitarist, songwriter and vocalist Selwyn Birchwood has released the first video from his new CD, Pick Your Poison. It is for the song "Guilty Pleasures." The video, depicts Birchwood happily sinking...
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National Blues Museum to Celebrate Black Music Month

“We highlight Black Radio because of its significance to our history and the significance of the individuals involved.”

“Take Me To The River” Live at GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi

GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi presents a live performance experience based on the award-winning film and record, "Take Me To The River"...

Alligator Artists Performing at the 34th Annual Chicago Blues Festival

Fans come from all over the world to Chicago during this time, so here is a complete listing of Alligator artist performances in the Chicago area surrounding this year's festival.

Buddy Guy’s Presenting Weekly Blues at Navy Pier – Part of Live on the...

Every Wednesday night this summer, join fellow blues lovers in the Miller Lite Beer Garden for free, live blues presented by Buddy Guy’s Legends.

Chris Robinson Brotherhood to Release ‘Barefoot In The Head’

"They say the only people who know true freedom are musicians and gangsters," Chris Robinson says with a laugh.

Gregg Allman Dead at 69

Playing for the fans was one of his greatest joys... Gregg overcame the loss of his brother Duane and other bandmates, personal addictions, and a bevy of health problems.
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