Subscribe to Updates
Get the latest creative news from Blues Scene about music & art.
Browsing: 50th Anniversary
The band has been on tour celebrating the 50th Anniversary of ‘Eat A Peach.’
‘Established 1972,’ out April 15, is not bound by genre other than the widest range of American Roots Music!
“It means a lot that Buddy loves a record so much that he would do this record for me, and love me so much that he’d do this record.” – Bobby Rush
In 2021-22 Rush and his compilation co-producer (and longtime manager) Jeff DeLia embarked on a project that would honor the legacy of his breakthrough composition/recording. They sought to create four new versions from the artist himself and a group of his high-profile friends.
Since its release, ‘At Folsom Prison’ has been acknowledged as one of the greatest albums of all time
Song from upcoming ‘All Things Must Pass 50th Anniversary Edition’ to be released August 6 via Capitol/UMe
“It’s music that’s created by a specific group of extremely oppressed people in order to deal with oppression that they are suffering. But it’s so strong that those of us who didn’t grow up in horrible oppression can feel it, and people who don’t understand the words can feel it.”
“Even before I started, I knew I was gonna make a good album because I had so many songs and I had so much energy. For me to do my own album after all that – it was joyous. Dream of dreams.” – George Harrison
Fifty years ago, 23-year-old blues fan Bruce Iglauer spent his meager savings to record an LP by his favorite Chicago blues band, Hound Dog Taylor & The HouseRockers, and founded Alligator Records to release it. Today, Alligator boasts a catalog of over 350 titles, many of which are renowned, award-winning, time-tested classics of the genre.
The release of All Things Must Pass (2020 Mix) marks the beginning of celebrations for this historic album