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Gov't Mule at the Beacon Theater (Photo: Dino Perrucci)

Vintage Trouble and Gov't Mule at Beacon Theatre

Whether he was on the run or standing still, which almost never happened, Taylor sang like an unrepentant gospel star caught with his hand up the preacher's wife's skirt.

King Biscuit Blues Festival ‘Call and Response, The Blues Symposium’

King Biscuit Blues Festival "Call and Response, The Blues Symposium" returns to Helena, Arkansas
Gina Sicilia Press Photo for Tug of War

For Gina Sicilia Life is a ‘Tug of War’

'Tug of War' has grit. It has depth. It showcases the songwriting talents of Gina Sicilia in a whole new light. And, it has a place in your collection.
Starlight Campbell Blueberry Pie Album

Starlite Campbell Band Serve Up a Delicious ‘Blueberry Pie’

With Cambell's tight as a tick guitar, Starlite's deep, funky bass and their combined natural vocals, this pie is delicious to the very last.

Bad Company Frontman Paul Rodgers and The Royal Sessions

All of the songs on “The Royal Sessions” were hand-picked by Rodgers and he displays his powerful vocals soulfully, complimenting the incredible musicianship of Memphis in a magic way.

Bobby “Blue” Bland Statue Dedication in Memphis

Members of the Bland family, including his widow, Willie Mae, son Robb Bland, and daughter Patrice Moses, will be on hand for the unveiling.

Tinsley Ellis Delivers the "Sound of Georgia" with Red Clay Soul

Like many of the other greats, he never forgot where he came from and takes us all there with the new release on his own Heartfixer Music label, Red Clay Soul.

TBT – Joe Cocker’s Thrown Together Epiphany, ‘Mad Dogs & Englishmen’

In 1970 Cocker was given only nine days to put together a band for his upcoming tour. Up against the wall and without a band, he turned to his friend Leon Russell for help.

Tweed Funk's "Come Together" Delivers The Goods

Come Together is an innovative collection of pristine soul blues that will take you back to a simpler time.

Ronnie Earl Buries Darkness with Light

Stevie Ray Vaughan and Ronnie Earl were friends before Stevie became famous. The well-known bluesman has had a long and winding career, filled with highs and lows -- but no devil's music.
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