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Roger Earl from Foghat Hangs Out on the Back Porch

We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Roger Earl from the classic blues-rock band Foghat. You can find our review of Last Train Home here! Roger has a lot to say about their new album, the roots of modern music, the blues, and even wine making!
Tommy Johnson Gravestone Destroyed

Tommy Johnson's Recent Grave Stone Desecrated By Vandals

The headstone of Mississippi Delta Blues legend Tommy Johnson was desecrated just months after finally being placed on his grave in what appears to be a deliberate act of vandalism -- 45 years after he was buried.
Hunter and the Dirty Jacks

"Service Your Soul" — An Invitation To Open Your Heart And Be The Change

Tuesday nights at Harvelle's in Santa Monica are what the blues is truly all about. An incredible program for a serious cause.

Jarekus Singleton Finds His Voice by Being Himself

"That's who I am and what I do. I want to inspire people to keep pushing their way through hard times." says Jarekus in an extensive, interesting Q&A with the "next big thing" in the blues!
Chicago Bob Nelson

"Chicago" Bob Nelson passes away at 78

Chicago Bob Nelson, harmonica player and singer who was known for amalgamating Louisiana and Chicago blues styles has passed away.

The Bluesmobile’s Between the Seats with Luther Allison

This week features one of the most powerful, soulful guitarists in Chicago's history: the late Luther Allison from way back in January, 1997, just seven months before his untimely death.

Jesse Dee – On My Mind/In My Heart (Alligator)

Jesse Dee is a soul singer from Boston. Yes, a soul singer. There is really no other term for what he does.
LOTB Conjure Featured

Language of the Blues: CONJURE

To conjure, one of the African cultural survivals very early noted in the New World, was mystical and required religious rituals. Discover it's meaning in the blues!
BG NEWS Buddy Guy Cover

BG: Blues And Music News Artist Series: Eddie Shaw interview

BG: Blues And Music News Artist Series: Eddie Shaw interview

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Santa Claus Blues

When you got the Blues, it don’t matter the season. They head on down the chimney anyway. But Christmas brings a special kinda feeling. A lump-of-coal kind of blues delivered by Old Saint Nick...
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