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George Thorogood Talks ‘Party of One’ and More

"I was hungry. If they wanted me to play a club opening for the Allman Brothers, I would have done it. There’s no glory in being a street musician, trust me."

Gregg Allman Says Goodbye with Posthumous “My Only True Friend”

"You and I both know, the road is my only true friend."

Memphis Music Hall of Fame Inducts Class of 2016

It just shows what a rich pool of talent Memphis has to draw from. Not only this year, but for many years to come.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About John Lee Hooker

"Nobody know John Lee Hooker. They know as much about my cat as they know about me."

10 Groups You May Not Remember From the 60s

In the 1960s, most of our music came on 45s, those seven-inch discs that contained one song on each side. 45s were everywhere.

TBT – Magic Sam Lives On In His Music

Perhaps he might have marveled at how popular he has become since his death. One thing is certain though; he was an innovator who blazed a path for others to follow, and his work has more than stood the test of time.

Honest Music Is Everything to J.D. Simo

I love them very much. We’re brothers. We love each other like brothers, we fight like brothers, and we make up like brothers. It’s a team!

Juke Joint Festival — Interview with Low Society

We got a chance to visit Sturgis and Mandy from Low Society Band, the blues band with a great name who's definitely not your grandpa's blues music!
July APD Winner -- Michael Powers FEATURED

Q&A with AirPlay Direct July Contest Winner Michael Powers

Every month, AirPlay Direct & American Blues Scene join to pick one incredible blues act. This month's Michael Powers was schooled by Jimmy Reed and toured with James Cotton! Check him out!
Ross Neilsen and the Sufferin Bastards - Redemption

Check Out "Redemption" by Ross Neilsen and the Sufferin' Bastards

Ross Neilsen and the Sufferin' Bastards' new album "Redemption" has one of the most promising sounds in blues today. The band is tight, gritty and full of energy.
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