Events

Allman Brothers Band Tribute at Madison Square Garden Re-Broadcast

The March 10 show is the last major concert to have taken place in New York before being shut down because of Covid-19.

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Featured

World Premiere Single – Too Slim & the Taildraggers “Keep the Party Rollin'”

Too Slim and the Taildraggers fire up a blues-rockin’, John Lee Hooker-style boogie groove

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Watch Low Cut Connie’s New Video for “Stay As Long As You Like”

Low Cut Connie release new song “Stay As Long As You Like” from new album ‘Private Lives’

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Michael Mills Band ‘Stand Up’

It’s rock and roll with a blue tint, a throwback vibe reminiscent of when people heard classic blues sides and immediately went out to start rock bands.

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Summer’s Gone: A Q&A with Singer-Songwriter Noah Gabriel

“You could be the coolest guitar player and put on great live shows, but I want something to be said.”

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Watch Animated Video: Tom Petty’s Demo Version of “You Don’t Know How It Feels”

The demo of the classic “You Don’t Know How It Feels” will be part of a forthcoming ‘Wildflowers’ project

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Dirty Honey “Down The Road” Suitcase Session

“Down The Road” is a seductive and melancholy anthem and this acoustic performance underscores the band’s strong connection to the blues.

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Alligator Records Signs Blues Master Chris Cain

With more than three decades of worldwide touring and fourteen acclaimed previous albums, Cain has earned his reputation as both a fan favorite and a musician’s musician.

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News

Shemekia Copeland Brings Headlines to Life With “Uncivil War”

For me, this country’s all about people with differences coming together to be part of something we all love. That’s what really makes America beautiful.

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Interviews

Jerry Williams A.K.A. Swamp Dogg Outlives his Name

He’s calling this his country album – one that captures the best efforts of a very complex man.

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News

Mighty Joe Castro and The Gravamen’s Debut ‘Come On Angels’ Out 7/31

Our goal is to play original rock-n-roll, in the style of the pioneers, but update it lyrically and sonically. What if Buddy Holly had access to a stack of effects pedals and some Bob Dylan or Lou Reed records or books by Kerouac?

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Featured

Rearview Mirror: Artist Patience in Impatient Times

The scariest part of all this is that some younger people who are rightfully impatient about sequestering, are throwing caution to the wind.

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News

Walter Trout To Release New Studio Album ‘Ordinary Madness’ on August 28

For Walter Trout, there is no ‘us’ and ‘them’. Across his five-decade career, the great U.S. bluesman’s music has always been a lifeline and call-to-arms

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News

Grayson Capps Announces ‘South Front Street: A Retrospective 1997-2019’

‘South Front Street,’ is named after the street where Capps lived, in a shotgun house along the Mississippi River in New Orleans.

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