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Walter Trout Is Back – Alive, Grateful, Humble, Better Than Ever

I had to relearn how to talk, I couldn't speak; I didn't recognize my kids. I had to relearn how to walk again. Basically, I was gone.

Greg Lake, King Crimson and ELP Front Man Dead at 69

The music that Greg Lake left for us will continue to speak to us for many years yet to come. What more could he have asked for?

"The Blues Came Callin'" And Found Walter Trout

This masterwork is the summation of a lifetime of learning and growing, and it will be held up as a fine example of everything blues can be for many years to come.

John Mayall's "A Special Life" and its Different Shades of Blues

John Mayall carries a weight people consider legendary, but that weight isn't a problem. The godfather of British Blues talks about T-Bone Walker, protege Walter Trout, and the "musicians who are leaving fingers in the blues world"

Help Bring Howlin’ Wolf Documentary to Music Lovers Everywhere

Currently, an IndieGoGo campaign is underway and will be over March 31st. Berrett and company are looking to raise at least $10,000 by that time which would cover postproduction and other incidental costs.

Love Wins Again on Janiva Magness Album

There is no deficit of crowd excitement and enthusiasm when she passionately serves up her vocals. Then too, Magness always has a stellar band backing her. Always.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Steve Miller

Miller started his own band while still in prep school by teaching his older brother to play bass and helping classmate, Boz Scaggs, learn guitar.
Buddy Guy - Rhythm and Blues FEATURED

Buddy Guy's "Rhythm & Blues": Earth-Shaking Blues with the Best of Friends

Chicago Blues giant Buddy Guy knows how to make an album. Set for release on July 30th, his 77th birthday, Guy's 2-disc "Rhythm & Blues" is a leading-edge, powerful achievement from the biggest name in the blues... with a little help from some seriously talented friends.

Pam Taylor Band Cooks Up A "Hot Mess"

"Hot Mess" by The Pam Taylor Band, is pretty well rounded ... The band offers up their version of "I'd Rather Go Blind," and we were moved by its smokey, sultry, and seductive delivery. Another delicious cut is "I Ain't The One," with its rhythm guitar driven funkin' blues lines - savory indeed!

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Interview

We sat down to speak with famous contemporary blues Kenny Wayne Shepherd, who talked about Bryan Lee, playing with his heroes and idols on Blues from the Backroads
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