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The Rolling Stones are returning to their roots for their first new album in years, and it’s blues all the way.
In a town known worldwide for its music, Toussaint’s name was among the rarified cultural bastions of the city, along with James Booker, Professor Longhair, Dr. John and Louis Armstrong.
Blues is an old man’s game. Rock and roll is about youthful aggression. The Rolling Stones, now all in their early to mid-70s, don’t play by either genre’s rules, but meet the two in the middle.
From his longtime Stones tenure, to falling into a recording session with the great Elvis Presley and the rock legend of the Dom Perignon bathtub, Keys life was innovative and raucous, while the music he created came to help define an entire generation.
The longtime girlfriend of Mick Jagger was found dead in a Chelsea apartment
Mick Jagger stands thin as a stripper’s pole at the edge of the Rolling Stones’ lip stage and extends his right arm into the audience, palm up. How has decades of being “the worlds greatest rock band” treated The Stones? Read on.
We all know the classic tracks that Robert Johnson laid down. Now discover the landmark legal battle between the Stones and Johnson’s estate that helped form copyright law.
Producer and engineer behind Led zeppelin’s most iconic work, as well as Exile On Main Street and much more has passed away.
There are moments in music that are magic, and if you experience them live, you know history is being made.
If you want a heaping tablespoon of Sugar Blue, buy this CD! You’ll get not only this very refined and distinct blues expertise — you’ll get a heapin’ of this man’s soul.