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Blues Articles Archive
I don’t know of many Canadian Blues artists, but this man sets a fine example in his recently released album So There. Grant Lyle has a good reputation, having enjoyed […]
When a band are outstanding on the stage, their studio material can sometimes lack the energy of the performance and get lost in translation. Especially when “their set encompassed a […]
Solo keyboard artist James Stewart is reemerging after 15 years on the dark side of the moon with a brand new studio album, Sky Blue. This ten–track rock/instrumental album is […]
A much talked about soul singer hailing from Australia has released LP Sass & Brass. Why should we care? Because Andrea Marr only went and won 2012’s Blues performer of […]
Brilliant Interview with Blues Musician John Lee Hooker Jr. Dare to Dream Radio with Debbi Dachinger
John Lee Hooker Jr. is a blues musician, born in Detroit. John Jr. is a two time Grammy nominee, and describes his sound as 2 parts R&B, 1 part jazz […]
Jenny: How did you begin in music and why is it so important to you? Larry: It was my older brother’s idea to join the band program when he and […]
Talented newcomer Gabriella Jones is set to release her EP ‘Hey You’ on 17th December 2012 “A 16 year old songwriter who is set to wow the audience with her […]
Anthony Gomes is back. Not that he really left — but he IS back, invigorated and full of fire. His new album oozes energy and renewal, and his band is […]
Walter Trout is the rockin’ blues guitar master who’s been plying his craft to adoring audiences for years. Some might call him rock, and they wouldn’t be wrong, but Trout’s […]
Last week, Gomes’ touring vehicle caught fire while driving down Interstate 55 towards St. Louis. It quickly became engulfed in flames but Anthony was able to escape without harm. Gomes managed to rescue all of […]
NASHVILLE, TN – Independent Nashville rock n’ roll / blues artist Laurie Ann Layne has just upped the ante in the rock n’ roll revival that is gripping Nashville, TN. […]
American Rock Scene recently got a chance to chat with Anders Osborne. The Swedish born musician tells us about his love for skateboarding, shares about the first band that he […]
One the finest guitarists in the world and highly regarded by the best of the best has unleashed a furious piece of fretboard mastery. On “Handmade Music” released in March […]
I love men. Hm mmm! Everything about them. The way they look, smell, taste…hehehe. And yeah even the way they think! I love the way their arms feel around me […]
Cupla: pronounced Koop-luh is the Irish Gaelic word for twin or a couple of… and it’s the perfect name for this band in particular. The obvious reason of course being […]
First off, let me begin by saying that this review may be a bit biased. You see, last year I heard the sultry sounds of Eliza Neals and immediately knew […]
The state of the Blues is strong. Young, vibrant talent continues to flood into the blues at a fascinating pace. Blues festivals continue to swell in numbers, size, and appreciation. […]
We all know Ana can play. We all know she can sing. As if she has something to prove, she absolutely tortures the fretboard several times on “Unconditional” and she […]
I have a confession, and an apology, to make and I feel it needs to be done publicly. About eight months ago I received a CD through the post named […]
A kid named Tyler walks into a music store and becomes entranced by an older black gentleman named Roosevelt Twitty, (a true “bluesman” name,) playing a guitar and singing what […]
It’s been said that Joe Bonamassa is the best guitarist you’ve never heard of. Of course, those of us who are on the inside of the blues and blues-rock world […]
Just before I started this review I headed over to Chris Dair’s main website and noticed some scrolling text on the top of his homepage. It said “Chris Dair is […]
We recently sat down to talk with Chicago blues artist Nick Moss, who has had a phenomenal year in the blues! Nick is one of the hottest things in the blues […]
“I don’t know if I have necessarily carved out my own niche yet, but I’m starting to get a loyal fanbase,” Samantha Fish says on a Thursday afternoon in May […]
(Originally published in All Out Guitar on July 17, 2007) “… whenever I was in the dressing room on my own, I’d start playing blues to myself. One night, Bob […]
Being card-carrying corporate members of The Blues Foundation, we occasionally get fun goodies in our mailbox from them. Recently it was a copy of Walter Trout’s “Common Ground“. Typically, if […]
After a life-changing liver transplant surgery, Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers Band climbs back in the saddle in 2011 with the January 18th release of Low Country Blues, the […]
My interest in singing started in sort of a weird way. When I was 13, one of my great uncles passed away. He was closest to my grandmother and he […]
Joe Bonamassa is to the blues-rock guitar what a tsunami is to a coastline: A devastating force of nature to be reckoned with. Easily one of the top guitarists living, […]
Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010 begins with a montage of summer cityscape scenes from Chicago. “It’s gonna be a hot afternoon,” says the man on the radio as the […]