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This Week in Blues Past: Junior Wells, Otis Redding & Sam Cooke, Charley Patton…

This week in blues features a hard, hard week for soul music, a busy day for Jimi Hendrix, a powerful recording session with Sonny Boy Williamson, as well as Walter Horton and Junior Wells milestones, among others! Read on!
Etta Two, a 2011 Harley Street Glide, FEATURED

The Ultimate Blues Bike

Roaring motorcycles and powerful blues music have long gone hand in hand, but one Illinois man has raised the bike/blues fusion to brave new heights.
Albert Castiglia - Livin The Dream FEATURED

Albert Castiglia Is "Living The Dream"

Ever listen to a musician’s work and think to yourself "I need to hear that again so I can comprehend. What was that!?" Albert Castiglia’s latest offering rises to that pinnacle of Blues.

Tech Pan Alley: The Wah Pedal

Following with our guitar signal path, here at Tech Pan Alley, we are now passing to the next stage, the stompboxes.

Eric Clapton and Friends Honor JJ Cale with "The Breeze"

This musician's contributions to blues, country, and rock music have been immense. In fact, still to this day, most people are not fully aware of all that he contributed to the world of music.

Don't Miss the 2016 WIB Showcase at IBC

The WIB (Women In Blues) Showcase will be serving up exceptional performances by women in the blues.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Johnny Winter

In 1977, he produced the Grammy-winning album, Hard Again, for Muddy Waters on Winter's label, Blue Sky.

10 Things You Didn't Know About Steve Miller

Miller started his own band while still in prep school by teaching his older brother to play bass and helping classmate, Boz Scaggs, learn guitar.
Ross Neilsen and the Sufferin Bastards - Redemption

Check Out "Redemption" by Ross Neilsen and the Sufferin' Bastards

Ross Neilsen and the Sufferin' Bastards' new album "Redemption" has one of the most promising sounds in blues today. The band is tight, gritty and full of energy.
Mannish Boys - Double Dynamite

"Double Dynamite" from The Mannish Boys: Explosive

Remember the days when you bought an album and it was like going to a concert without leaving your bedroom? Find out about the latest from The Mannish Boys!
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