This week in blues features Blues Brother "Joilet" Jake, Sleepy John Estes, and a huge move for B.B. King's record collection, not to mention some giant music birthdays!
Beginning in January, Omnivore will roll out four various-artists volumes, collecting for the very first time anywhere the audio history of Ru-Jac Records.
Only at the American Blues Scene, see the Nick Moss Band's new official video for one of the grooving tracks off of Free, "Death Letter Blues".
latest offering on the Malaco label is a return to the rhythm & blues and soul that seductively permeated the airwaves decades ago and it is a welcome return indeed.
the birth of a soul icon, a HUGE blues album release from B.B. King, the launch of a major blues radio station, the commemoration of a blues landmark, and much more!
He's been called a "virtuoso vocalist." He is notorious for his relentless touring schedule. His blues is tinged with soul, and his brand of soul is infused with blues. His harp playing has been called "insanely good." He has been nominated for nine Blues Music Awards.
The guitar great discusses playing with Miles Davis and Charlie Musselwhite, his wild & incredible career, and his blues influences