Looking Back At Blues’ Biggest Night, The BMAs

Hundreds of performers took the stage to perform an average of two songs each in a flawlessly produced epic presentation with virtually no downtime between the short sets.

Soundgarden & Audioslave Frontman Chris Cornell Dead at 52

"RIP Chris Cornell. Incredibly talented, incredibly young, incredibly missed." -- Jimmy Page

Marcia Ball Named 2018 Texas State Musician

Her love of the road has led to years of countless performances at festivals, concert halls, and clubs all over the world.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Joe Cocker

In honor of his upcoming birthday, we offer 10 things you may not know about the Sheffield Soul Shouter.

Marty Stuart Honors the Past, Looks to the Future

"You can’t keep music for yourself any more than you could put your arms around the water in a river. You have to be a part of the moment."

Blue Star Connection Founder John Catt Has Died

"Today the world lost a great man. A man I would consider to be like a father. Someone who changed not only my life but the lives of so many. Thank you for everything you did, I wouldn't be here if it were not for you." - Colin Connors

Jonny Lang Announces First New Album In Four Years, ‘Signs’

The record, which features funk, rock, and blues elements, is held together by Lang’s distinctive playing and singing, and the lyrics, which center on themes of embattlement and self-empowerment.

Steve Krase Rocks It Again – We ‘Should’ve Seen It Coming’

He likes it hard, fast, and loud. With that thought, his new release, 'Should've Seen it Coming,' delivers in spades.

Third Man Recording Artist Todd Albright & His Guitar Revival –...

"From an artist’s perspective, you couldn’t ask to be on a better label - as well as they treat their artists and the amount they’re willing to promote, stick up for their people, push their projects. You’re not getting that anywhere else."

American Epic Premieres May 16 on PBS

It was the first time America heard itself.