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Lurrie currently has an album in the can of Freddie King standards he recorded with King’s brother on bass. That album is looking for a label.
As volatile and temperamental was Lurrie Bell was at the time, Mercurial Son was his jumping off point into a series of award winning albums, and a life-long career as an acknowledged Chicago blues master.
Windy City Wednesday – Eddie C. Campbell with Lurrie Bell ‘Spider Eating Preacher’
For today’s edition of Windy City Wednesday, we look back to the 2012 review of Spider Eating Preacher by Eddie…
Mississippi Heat’s 13th album, ‘Madeleine,’ is just in time for the venerable Chicago blues band to celebrate its 30th Anniversary!
One of the premiere music festivals in the country, this event never disappoints and folks travel from all corners of the globe to attend, often making it a week long vacation and celebration.
The Chicago blues are alive and well, and Lurrie Bell is the pulse.
The 36th Blues Music Award WINNERS will be announced in this thread and live on Twitter! And if you enjoyed our…
After releasing his last couple albums on his own label, Lurrie Bell is back on Delmark Records with Blues in My Soul.
The Blues Foundation sent out a message at the 35th annual Blues Music Awards in Memphis on Thursday, May 8th: The…
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