Performers at the May 26th festival may not be the sole survivors of the area's musical history. But they're close.
Charles "Skip" Pitts, the wah-master soul and blues guitarist from Memphis and best known for his work on Isaac Hayes' track, "Shaft" and the Isley Brothers' "It's Your Thing", has passed away.
Eddie C. Campbell is a genuine expression of West side Chicago blues, and his history and latest album, Spider Eating Preacher, from Delmark Records, leaves no doubt.
The latest from the killer funk band that's been blowing up the blues world, produced by Greg Koch, is a powerhouse punch and a blast to listen to.
Lady A is the soul soaked, gospel inspired blues singer from the Seattle-by-way-of-Louisiana area. An amazing singer, Lady A swing by the American Blues Scene tent to speak with us about her latest album,...
If you've never had the opportunity to catch Curtis Salgado play live, you're missing out!
“We are thrilled to have Bryan Lee as part of the Severn family of artists,” says founder of Severn.
In a word, her new album is "Gospel" -- The gospel of the formidable blueswoman, the gospel music that seeps it's way into nearly every track, the gospel of unmistakably moving vocals.
Listening to the latest release from the Terry Quiett Band out of Kansas, “Just My Luck” is a great genre mixing blend of blues, blues inspired rock and jazz with a bit of soul stirring around in the mix.