Chicago Blues

Robert Johnson Commemoration FEATURED

Grammy Hall Of Fame Inducts "Sweet Home Chicago"

ChicagoBlues.com is reporting that the Grammy Hall of Fame has inducted Robert Johnson's famous Chicago anthem into it's exclusive and prestigious ranks.

Etta James Passes Away (1938-2012)

Etta James, the blues giant with the larger-than-life voice, has succumbed to her battle with Leukemia.

Rolling Stones Release Video For “Hate to See You Go”

The track comes from their upcoming album, 'Blue & Lonesome,' scheduled for release on December 2nd.

If Carl Weathersby Tells You He’s Bored, Don’t Believe Him

"If I wasn't so old, I don't know if I would continue to do this stuff," says Carl Weathersby after an eight hour session at Chicago's famous late-night blues club, Kingston Mines

This Week in the Blues History: Jr. Kimbrough, Buddy Guy, Atlantic Records, Leadbelly, More

A statue for a bluesman, Another's release from one of Louisiana's most notorious prisons, the birth of blues pioneers and icons, and the final appearance of a wildly influential blueswoman...

The Rolling Stones’ ‘Blue & Lonesome’ Takes Us Back to the Beginning

Yet, here are the Rolling Stones, telling us "School is in session, and here is how it's done." Not with malice. Not with a sense of being smug, or full of themselves. No: It is done with a sense of knowing.

Chicago Blues Camp 2017 Registration Opens

An intensive learning and performing "camp" experience for adult musicians, it offers an opportunity to learn Chicago-style blues, from talented Chicago musicians, and then play that music in the city where it all began.

Blues Guitar Saturday a Hit at Tampa Bay Blues Festival

The crowd assembled for this day's lineup was the biggest in the festival's history.

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Willie Dixon

When it comes to American music, the true Bard of the Blues was Willie Dixon. He penned so many tracks you can find whole websites that are nothin’ but lists of his songs. So even if you haven’t heard of Willie Dixon, if you’ve heard any rock or blues at all, you’ve heard his stuff.

C.C. Rider the Venerator: "Hoodoo" with Debra Devi

So one of my favorite music books is called the Language of the Blues. Written by a badass blues rock musician named Debra Devi...
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