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What’s Christmas without Christmas songs? So, we have our list of the 10 Best Christmas Songs, and we’ve checked it twice.
In the 1950s a young singer named Mathis James Reed failed his audition for Chess Records. He was a popular musician around Chicago, but his simple playing and straightforward songs didn’t wow the execs. Chess Records would go on to regret that they didn’t sign Jimmy Reed…
This Week in Blues Past: Two Mississippi Tragedies that produced famous songs, the naming of a Blues Award and much, much more…
This Week in Blues Past has some HUGE landmarks involving a handful of the BIGGEST names in the blues!
Why is an international pop sensation featured on a blues magazine? Because, as Tommy Joe can testify, the blues still continues to influence even the most popular music on the airwaves.
Tonight, the late Albert King will be inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, taking his rightful place between the other two kings of blues.