Gregg Allman at Ram's Head Onstage, Annapolis, Maryland (Photo by Joel Kinison)

Gregg Allman Has Canceled Tour Dates Due to Health Issues

“I want to thank my fans and friends for supporting me while I rest up and focus on getting better and back on the road as soon as I can,” Allman says. “I’ve been working hard with my band, my pride and joy, to play our music for everyone. We’ll see y’all in October.”

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Brian Langlinais’ 'Right Hand Road' Is Great Summer Blues

A great mix of originals and covers, electric and acoustic, this album should be included in any up and coming collection. Pick it up soon.

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Newly Discovered Film Emerges of Louis Armstrong in the Studio From 1959

“The film has spent the past six decades in private hands or in a storage locker. Not even the most diligent Armstrong researchers knew it existed.”

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Jack White's Third Man Records First to Play Vinyl In Space

“We hope that in meeting our goal we inspire others to dream big and start their own missions, whatever they may be.”

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Mick Kolassa's 'Taylor Made Blues' Delivers the Goods

Any Mick Kolassa outing features great compositions, always performed with verve, joy, finesse. There’s always that feeling of being home, on the porch with friends, just playing music that makes us smile.

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Blues Torchbearer Buddy Guy Talks About the Future of the Blues

“We used to sit and talk, just like me and you now, and they would talk about life and death. ‘If I go before you I want you to keep this thing going, because we done dedicated our lives to it.’ And I dedicated my life to it now, and every night, every morning when I wake up.

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Was the Rolling Stones First Hit Song Snap, Crackle, Pop?

Whether or not it was the first rock and roll commercial jingle, it definitely opened the door for many other bands to cut them.

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Tinsley Ellis Says "Make Your Album for Your Fans"

“Make your album for your fans. You can’t go wrong, and that’s what we did.”

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WORLD PREMIERE: Janiva Magness Debuts "Long as I Can See the Light" Live at the Troubadour

The second woman ever to win the BB King Entertainer of the Year Award, she has a knack for making any song her own.

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