Eric Gales Is Back, Making the Most of a Second Chance

"You should do what you can man. Do what you can, and try to make every day better than the day before."

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band Releases New Video for “One More...

"The song isn't a response to any one thing. It’s just words I’ve had to live from time to time in my life. Words a lot of my neighbors are living right now. A lot of Americans are suffering."

Moulin Blues Festival Comes to Ospel in May

Twenty two acts will take to the stage on May 5th, and 6th, 2017. Among them, Grammy-nominated guitarist, Lurrie Bell, legendary blues rocker, Doyle Bramhall II, and Ruf Records artists, Thorbjørn Risager & the Black Tornado.

Hendrix Sues Serial Infringer Andrew Pitsicalis

Experience Hendrix, L.L.C. and Authentic Hendrix, LLC (“the Hendrix Companies”), the companies founded by the Estate of Jimi Hendrix and Al Hendrix, the rock legend’s father and sole heir...

Rock ‘n’ Roll Founding Father Chuck Berry Dead at 90

"I made records for people who would buy them. No color, no ethnic, no political — I don't want that, never did."

Smithsonian Folkways To Release ‘Classic Piedmont Blues’

Available March 24th, Classic Piedmont Blues offers an illuminating overview of the Piedmont style.

Harmonica Master James Cotton Dead at 81

Master harmonica player James Cotton has died of pneumonia at St. David’s Medical Center in Austin, Texas; he was 81 years old.

Jo Harman Hits With ‘People We Become’

Backed by some of today's top Nashville session artists, Jo Harman has a hit record on her hands.

Inmate Donates His Artwork to Help Local Radio Station Raise Money

During the show, four large portraits of blues legends hand-painted by Willie Hightower, an inmate at MCI, were given to WDIF-LP for the purpose of auctioning to raise money for the station and its charitable causes.

Heather Gillis Is Going Back to the Future

"I saw a movie called It Might Get Loud... I saw that, and I saw Jack White in it. I went down that rabbit hole for a while and dove into what he was doing. And he was really into Robert Johnson."