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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.

Omar Coleman's Second Delmark Release is Live!

Singer, songwriter and harmonicist, Omar Coleman, is Chicago.

Mammoth Festival of Beers & Bluesapalooza Scheduled for August

Mammoth Bluesapalooza enjoys a well-deserved reputation for presenting an amazing variety of musicians and musical styles from all over the world.

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.

33rd Annual Chicago Blues Festival Is Almost Here

A special treat this year will showcase an Otis Rush Tribute featuring: Lurrie Bell, Jimmy Johnson, Billy Flynn, Mike Wheeler, Eddy Clearwater, and many more.

Harper's "Show Your Love" Takes World Blues to New Heights

Treat your ears to something unique and satisfying, and get cozy with "Show Your Love" soon. This album will change thinking about what blues can be.

Here are Your 2016 Blues Music Awards Winners

Here are your winners for the 37th Blues Music Awards.

The Nick Moss Band Explores on "From the Root to the Fruit"

Start your summer on the right track and pick up From the Root to the Fruit, destined to become a classic.

Joseph “Smokey” Holman Hospitalized

Our thoughts and prayers are with Smokey and we are hoping that the power of music can heal.

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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