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the birth of a soul icon, a HUGE blues album release from B.B. King, the launch of a major blues radio station, the commemoration of a blues landmark, and much more!
A man who played on eighty gold records and crafted the sound that would define the city of Memphis, who was loved by Elvis and Otis, is just happy to be able to play his horn and make a living.
The blues made Paul Rodgers wonder, imagine…
The guitar great discusses playing with Miles Davis and Charlie Musselwhite, his wild & incredible career, and his blues influences
This album is original & full of soul. These guys definitely have mojo going on! Gardening is good for the soul & body; and a listen to the CD What Kind of Fool by The Mojo Roots is going to be good for your BLUES body & soul.
The Memphis Horns, Wayne Jackson and Andrew Love, have received the prestigious Grammy Lifetime Achievement award. The duo’s vast collection of musical accomplishments are almost unmatched.
Though Otis passed 44 years ago today, his musical impact has never stopped, slowed or waned. The music Otis created in his six-year recording career has touched millions of lives across generations.
Nakia is the Austin-based blues singing rocker that gained national notoriety on NBC’s smash hit The Voice. We caught up with Nakia just when he was hitting the road on The Voice tour.