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Eric Burdon Is Back With “‘Til Your River Runs Dry”

In a lot of ways, ‘Til Your River Runs Dry is a very personal album. Burdon looks at those that are gone, and himself as well. He also looks at the world around him. There is a host of good material here.

Crossroads Revisited with Don Wilcock: Johnny Winter

This is the newest weekly feature!! A "Keeping the Blues Alive Award" recipient for Journalism gives readers a cultural and firsthand look back at some of the most historic moments in history!

Boz Scaggs' "Memphis" Has Soul

This is very much an album of atmosphere and mood. It is textured, but also ballsy in a quiet, understated way. Sublime. The players sound great, and Scaggs is smoother than ever.

Breaking – The "Queen of Beale Street," Ruby Wilson Dead at 68

“She was an extraordinary ambassador for Memphis, and soul, and R&B and gospel."
Corey Dennison Band

Corey Dennison Band Plays ‘Night After Night’

Although Corey Dennison is considered a young gun in the blues world, he's far from an amateur. Hailing from Chattanooga, Tennessee, he got his first guitar at the age of six. Weaned on a...

'Way Down In The Jungle Room' Proves Elvis is Still the King

Throughout his life and career Elvis has influenced and inspired musicians of all genres, and he continues to do so almost 39 years after his death. He proved time and again that he can sing any style of music and make it his own.

Zeshan B Brings Back Soul’s Protest Album Tradition

Tempestuous soul arias, urban love dramas, Memphis blues, and civil rights anthems are performed with an idiomatically Indian feel.
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Blue Thumb Records “All Day Thumbsucker Revisited”

For ten years, Blue Thumb Records was one of music's most adventurous and imaginative record labels.
BB King Signature Wine FEATURED

B.B. King to Launch Line of Signature Wines in the US

Blues music legend B.B. King, in collaboration with Votto Vines Importing, is proud to release a new line of signature wines bearing his name across the United States.

C.C. Rider the Venerator: "Grits Ain’t Groceries"

It’s 1955. A man named Titus Turner, an east coast-based R&B composer and singer, pens a track he calls “All Around the World"...
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