Funk Blues

Memphis Music Hall of Fame Inducts Class of 2016

It just shows what a rich pool of talent Memphis has to draw from. Not only this year, but for many years to come.

14 ‘New Old Soul’ Acts You Need to Hear Right Now

The artists are from varied races and backgrounds, having one thing in common: Soul.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Dr. John

Born Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr., "Mac" was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Last Waltz: Looking Back On 40 Years

It was forty years ago today. Thanksgiving Day, November 25th, 1976.

Jimmy Burns Does it Right on "It Ain't Right"

In his early 70s, Burns' voice is both powerful and valid and his guitar work is flawless. You owe it to yourself to buy this one.

The Ben Miller Band, or How Found Objects Became Instrumental in the Sound of...

If you don't know "Ozark Grunge", you're about to.

Skydog: Duane Allman Retrospective on Limited Edition LP Box Set

This new, highly collectible edition will be a limited run of 1000.

Tweed Funk’s Joseph “Smokey” Holman Battles Back From Cancer

"Well, I’ll tell you; sometimes life can throw you a curve. Take a swing. Who knows? You may hit a home run, but you got to stay in the game."

Trampled Under Foot Reunion a Street Party With 1,200 Guests

They were honest-to-goodness glad to be together and to perform for the people for whom their family had played for generations. That's how it is with family. That's how it is with Trampled Under Foot.

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Ann Peebles

Ann Peebles was born in East St. Louis. Her father ran a church, and she grew up singing in his congregation. As a member of the Peebles Choir. Not just your average church singing group—they opened shows for gospel greats like Mahalia Jackson and Sam Cooke...
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