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‘Winter Hill Blues’ takes the listener into a very different world of Bentonia blues which he’s learned under the tutelage of 75-year-old Mississippian Jimmy “Duck” Holmes
Music Maker Foundation to Release ‘Deep in the South: A Music Maker Songbook’
Deep In the South: A Music Maker Songbook will take music fans on a musical road trip through the South.…
Funk-Soul Pioneer/Hendrix Collaborator Herman Hitson Premieres Single ‘Ain’t No Other Way’
We are proud to premiere the first single from Hitson’s upcoming ‘Let The Gods Sing,’ out September 16 via Big Legal Mess!
Music Maker Foundation to Release Beverly ‘Guitar’ Watkins First Live Album ‘In Paris’
In the 1990s, Music Maker Foundation co-founder Tim Duffy wandered into Underground Atlanta and was amazed by an outlandish guitarist…
Sacred Soul Pioneer Johnny Ray Daniels Premieres First Single ‘I Shall Not Be Moved’ From Upcoming Album
We are proud to premiere the first single “I Shall Not Be Moved” from Johnny Ray’s forthcoming ‘Whatever You Need,’ out April 15 via Bible & Tire Recording Co.
Exclusive: Music Maker Foundation Presents Albert Smith’s ‘Down in Burningham’
In these recordings you hear a glimpse of a forgotten America. Listen exclusively to Albert Smith’s “Down in Burningham.”
Exclusive: Dedicated Men of Zion Premiere Funky Sacred Soul Single ‘Lord Hold My Hand’
Listen to first single “Lord Hold My Hand” from forthcoming ‘The Devil Don’t Like It’
A ton of artists have released music mid-pandemic to bring a feel good vibe to their fans. Elizabeth King has gifted this album to the world.
“Lyrically, ‘Down So Long’ is an acknowledgement of the truth of suffering. The melodies derive equal inspiration from the North Mississippi blues of Robert Belfour and the songs of Malian singer/guitarist Boubacar Traoré.” – Ryan Lee Crosby
Howard Grimes Gives a Lesson in Memphis Soul History With Autobiography ‘Timekeeper: My Life in Rhythm’
From nearly dying in childbirth, to playing his first professional gig at age 12, to becoming a father at 15, to being one of the most sought-after studio drummers in history, to his status as living legend, ‘Timekeeper: My Life in Rhythm’ is Howard Grimes’ unvarnished life story.