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The perfect setting for two undisputed blues legends of their generation, both of whom had been ‘the lost kings’ dragged from their 1930s obscurity.
‘Forever On My Mind’ by Son House was recorded in the fall of 1964 (ahead of 1965 “rediscovery” album) and never released. Features first-time-on-record title track “Forever On My Mind,” plus never-heard recordings of “Death Letter” and “Preachin’ Blues”
Award winning director, Sam Pollard, and producer/writer, Benjamin Hedin, give life to two stories that many of us know, but have never put together.
T-Bone Walker 1. T-Bone Walker March 16th, 1975: One of the most influential pioneers of Jump and Electric Blues, Aaron…
When it comes to the blues, Cleveland may have it all: the last real juke joint, a stunning music college program, an upcoming GRAMMY Museum, tenures filled with untapped blues treasures, and two of the most significant locations in the wide history of the blues.