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  • 5 Quick Questions with Blues Guitar Woman, PEACH

    During February of 2016 American blues singer and guitarist, Peach Reasoner returned to Copenhagen to play with her band at her favorite club, the cozy Café Bartof. Club owners Joacim “Jokke” Friss Holm and Charlotte Bertelsen had graciously agreed that recording equipment could be brought for a live recording...
  • 5 Quick Questions with Iconic SoCal Bluesman, Larry “Fuzzy” Knight

    Bassist-Vocalist-Bandleader Larry “Fuzzy” Knight began his long career in St. Louis performing with, among others, the Ike Turner Band and Chuck Berry, before migrating to Southern California in the 1960’s, where he subsequently played, recorded and/or toured with legendary rock acts like Delaney and Bonnie (for whom he was...
  • 5 Quick Questions With 2017 IBC Winner, Brody Buster

      Brody Buster took home “Best Harmonica Player” at the 2017 IBC (International Blues Challenge) on February 4 at the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis, beating a very competitive field of talented music acts. The Lawrence, KS resident, who fronts Brody Buster’s One Man Band as well as the Brody...
  • LONG BEACH BLUES SOCIETY PRESENTS: “BLUES IN THE SCHOOLS”

         AT RENAISSANCE HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS, THURS., MAY 25            (Long Beach, CA) – The newly-formed Long Beach Blues Society presents Blues in the Schools, an exciting new program bringing together musically-inclined high school students and professional blues artists, coming to Renaissance High School for...
  • Documentary about Chester A. Burnett

    This documentary about Chester A. Burnett, better known as Howlin Wolf, is one of the best blues movies your gonna see .Includes the first presentation of previously unknown or unavailable performance footage It has rare footage of Howlin Wolf presented by the Rolling Stones on Shindig performing “How Many...
  • Elvis Presley’s Influence Outside Blues and Rock ‘n’ Roll

    Other than his deep baritone voice perfect for blues music, Elvis Presley was known as a total performer who constantly gyrated his hips on stage in front of his adoring fans. The Guardian even documented how the whole ‘Elvis the Pelvis’ became a massive hit on national television back...
  • STAX RECORDS TO REISSUE FIRST & ONLY SOLO EFFORT TO DATE FROM MAD LADS LEAD VOCALIST JOHN GARY WILLIAMS

    SELF-TITLED ALBUM AVAILABLE FOR THE FIRST TIME ON 180-GRAM VINYL SINCE ITS ORIGINAL 1973 RELEASE THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 28 “It takes my breath away to see people live from day to day Without respect for each other, without love for their brothers Without a second of kindness or a...
  • 5 Quick Questions with the “Six-String Siren,” Diana Rein

    On Long Road, Diana Rein’s latest critically-lauded album, the ‘Six-String Siren’ displays a sharp tongue, driving blues-based guitar, and melodic solos. The title track eases you into the album with the admission that life tried to steal her dream but “it’s been a long road and now I’m coming...
  • Blues Hall of Fame Member John Mayall Announces New Trio Band Format for Upcoming

    LOS ANGELES – With a new studio album titled Talk About That in the can for release in early 2017 on Forty Below Records (which includes special guest Joe Walsh on two tracks); and a lengthy US tour through late fall, British blues “Godfather” John Mayall announced today that...
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