There's a lot that happened this week in the blues... here's the top ten, with one of the biggest tragedies in music, landmark album releases and more!
"For me it's like a drug," says Hayward. "It's something I never want to give up."
Blues musicians and fans continue to help "Raise the Roof” to make The Blues Foundation’s plans to make a Blues Hall of Fame a physical reality
On a cold day in early March, guitar hero Walter Trout was checked into a hospital at UCLA with no guarantee and a dwindling hope of leaving alive, but Walter is a man with a dangerous combination of goals and determination.
This musician's contributions to blues, country, and rock music have been immense. In fact, still to this day, most people are not fully aware of all that he contributed to the world of music.
A statue for a bluesman, Another's release from one of Louisiana's most notorious prisons, the birth of blues pioneers and icons, and the final appearance of a wildly influential blueswoman...
The way the Beatles made all those girls scream at the Hollywood Bowl, that's how Selwyn and company left the audience feeling on the inside.
The prestigious Crown of the Continent Festival/Workshop is here again, with guitar greats of all walks, with a focus on the most influential music; Jazz and Blues