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The Blues Brothers Return to the Old Joliet Prison for Blues Brothers Con
The Joliet Area Historical Museum will host a two-day event in celebration of the inaugural Blues Brothers Con to be…
Produced in three days, the new record contains a dozen cuts masterfully crafted and featuring guest vocals by Bonnie Raitt, Ruthie Foster, and Curtis Salgado, all of whom Braunagel has worked with in various capacities.
The pandemic has separated the winners from the losers in the music business. Little Village is one of the winners. With the growing fan base for the label’s artists, the blues has a bright future.
“Life is uncertain and finite. That’s why I always try to say, “I love you,” at the end of my goodbyes.” – Curtis Salgado
Mark Hummel’s 30th Annual Blues Harmonica Blowout is a Tribute to Big Walter “Shakey” Horton
John Belushi’s muse, award-winning vocalist and songwriter Curtis Salgado, remembers the great actor and comedian
‘Alligator Records – 50 Years of Genuine Houserockin’ Music’ Set For June 18 Release
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.
“I want people to relate to the songs. You can dance to it but the words have to carry the weight. I know if a song hits me, it’ll hit others just as hard.” – Curtis Salgado
With ‘Damage Control,’ Salgado has created what he calls “a rock ’n’ roll record with lyrics that hit.”
If ‘Rough Cut’ from Curtis Salgado and Alan Hager don’t garner every award there is this year, then there is no justice in the world.