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Rock n Roll Music

John Mayall Comes Alive on ‘Three for the Road’

Aside from the new trio format and the live presentation, what adds exponentially to this experience is the mix. It's ambient, raw, sparse, and immediate.

Danielle Nicole Steps Out of the Box and Into Herself

Danielle Nicole's 'Cry No More' was released today, February 23rd, 2018, via the Concord Records label and is available everywhere.

Rock and Roll was Born at the Crossroads

When someone asks who really invented Rock and Roll, you can tell them Roosevelt and Uaroy Graves did it in Hattiesburg during the Great Depression.

New Jimi Hendrix Album – ‘Both Sides of the Sky’ Out March 9th

Excitement is building and the anticipation is palpable for the upcoming Jimi Hendrix album, 'Both Sides of the Sky,' hitting the street March 9th.

World Premiere: Nick Moss Band “The High Cost of Low Living”

On March 9th, the album 'The High Cost of Low Living' hits the streets, marking the return of Moss to traditional, Chicago and jump blues.

Rocket, Roadster, and Bowie Go to Space

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018 will be remembered as the dawn of the new American Space Age, and David Bowie provided the soundtrack.
Arielle feature - Alejandro Osma

Arielle’s ‘Mind Lion’ Touched Our Gypsy Soul

Arielle's newest EP release, 'Mind Lion,' is a remarkably eclectic sampling from an artist who couldn't be more grounded.

Popa Chubby’s ‘Two Dogs’ Delivers on Guitar

'Two Dogs' has lots of great guitar sounds and some very nice solos. There’s no denying Chubby's talent as a guitarist.

What Is The Day the Music Died? Concert-goer Recalls Buddy Holly’s Last Show

At about 1 a.m. on the morning of February 3rd, 1959, the chartered Beechcraft 35 Bonanza airplane carrying Ritchie Valens, J. P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson, Buddy Holly and pilot Roger Peterson crashed into...
Eric and Jimi Feature

When Eric Clapton Met Jimi Hendrix and the Gift That Was Never Received

The British blues rock wave of the 60s and 70s would have been much different if Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix had never met.
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