John Mayall to Release New CD ‘Nobody Told Me’

On February 22nd, Forty Below Records will release 'Nobody Told Me', the new studio album from The Godfather of British Blues, John Mayall.

A Trip Through Shadowland with Glenn Alexander

It's blues rock, but then again not. It's Southern rock, but then again more. It's rock and roll, slathered in funky soul with a machine-gun guitar at its forefront. It's Glenn Alexander and company at their very best.

John Primer is the Real Deal

"Try to keep it as real as you can. I’m doing what I love. Blues is all about life. I want to keep it real." - John Primer

Rolling Stones No Filter US Tour Announced

The Stones first toured the US in 1964, playing 12 shows, in 8 cities over the course of 15 days. It was during a two day break in this tour that they met their idol Muddy Waters

World Premiere Track: “Right About Now” from Seth Rosenbloom

"I wrote the lyrics for 'Right About Now' while I was living in Raleigh, NC and just getting out of a long relationship," Rosenbloom shared with us.

Rich Hope Finds Balance on ‘I’m All Yours’

There are a lot of factors working to make this a great album. The primary one might be Hope's voice, which is pure mania.

Reverend Peyton Joins John Mellencamp on “Eyes on the Prize”

"We were knee to knee underneath 1930’s RCA ribbon mics, with my 1934 National guitar. It was one of the most powerful musical experiences of my life".- Rev Peyton

2019 Keeping the Blues Alive Award Recipients Announced

The annual Keeping the Blues Alive Awards recognize the writers, disc jockeys, photographers, record labels, blues societies, music clubs, festivals, and others in the blues world that have played vital roles in advancing the art and commerce of blues.

Walker, Katz and Robson Take Us On Journeys to the Heart...

Walker, Robson, and Katz do an incredible job perfectly re-creating a classic blues sound. On 'Journeys to the Heart of the Blues' they've crafted the perfect omelet for your ears.

Jim Allchin is in his Prime Blues

One pursuit that has always beckoned to Jim Allchin, long before his indispensable executive role at Microsoft, is playing the blues.