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Rock n Roll Music

Chicago Blues Greats Join Mick Jagger and Keith Richards on ‘Chicago Plays the Stones’

“I was inspired by the challenge to take Rolling Stones songs and turn them into Chicago blues grooves, while at the same time maintaining both the Chicago blues tradition and sound and doing the same for the Rolling Stones songs..."

Career Spanning Tom Petty Box Set Coming in September

“Everyone involved in this project chose each track with tremendous care and deep respect for the body of work Tom Petty created over the course of 40 years."

Elvis Costello Cancels Tour Dates Following Tumor Removal

The 63-year-old singer, composer, and producer had surgery to remove “a small but very aggressive cancerous malignancy.”
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Sugar Brown Declares ‘It’s a Blues World’

By day, Ken Kawashima is Associate Professor of East Asian Studies at the University of Toronto. By night, and on this record, he is Sugar Brown, a modern-day bluesman with a soul as old as the genre itself.

World Premiere: Vanessa Collier – “The Fault Line”

Join us as we premiere "The Fault Line," a rousing performance from Collier's new 'Honey Up' album, out on July 6th.
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Joe Bonamassa Explores His UK Influences on ‘British Blues Explosion Live’

Bonamassa, like many of us, was first introduced to the blues by these outstanding UK based musicians who took classic American roots music and turned it on its head.

10 “Must Have” Rolling Stones Albums

What follows is our list of Rolling Stones albums that the music lover and devoted connoisseur alike should not be without.

Creedence Clearwater Revival 50th Anniversary Kicks Off With First Ever Video for “Fortunate Son”

Beyond its anti-war sentiment, "Fortunate Son" is an anthem for the 99%ers. Creedence condensed a critique of elitism and class privilege into three simple, but powerfully defiant words: "It Ain’t Me."

Tedeschi Trucks Band in Tall Clover

"I think the band is playing better than it ever has, and I feel like a lot of the songs we played on this last record are the best tunes we made and the most honest."

Pantera, Damageplan, Hellyeah Drummer Vinnie Paul Dead at 54

Paul co-founded the pioneering metal band Pantera in 1981 with his late brother, Dimebag Darrell, known as Diamond Darrell at the time.
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