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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.

Hunter and the Dirty Jacks “Single Barrel” is Roots and Blues at it’s Best

Single Barrel by Hunter and the Dirty Jacks sounds like it belongs on Sunset Boulevard under the sun...
Gov't Mule at the Beacon Theater (Photo: Dino Perrucci)

Vintage Trouble and Gov't Mule at Beacon Theatre

Whether he was on the run or standing still, which almost never happened, Taylor sang like an unrepentant gospel star caught with his hand up the preacher's wife's skirt.
Gregg Allman "My Cross To Bear" Autobiography FEATURED

Gregg Allman's "My Cross to Bear" — Enlightening, Unapologetic

A man who isn’t short on tragedy, Gregg Allman uses ‘My Cross to Bear’ to show readers how his music and life has continued to intertwine, and how he wouldn’t have done it any differently.

Former Allman Brothers Guitarist Dan Toler Battles ALS

Former Allman Brothers Band guitarist Dan Toler has just gone public about his worsening battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis — or ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

Royal Southern Brotherhood To Host Benefit For Walter Trout

Royal Southern Brotherhood announced via their Facebook page that they will host a night of music to benefit the ailing Walter Trout.

Tinsley Ellis Delivers the "Sound of Georgia" with Red Clay Soul

Like many of the other greats, he never forgot where he came from and takes us all there with the new release on his own Heartfixer Music label, Red Clay Soul.

Paxico Blues Festival Marks Thirteenth Year

Blues fans are welcome to bring their lawn chairs, blues-loving pooches, and coolers full of their favorite beverages.
July APD Winner -- Michael Powers FEATURED

Q&A with AirPlay Direct July Contest Winner Michael Powers

Every month, AirPlay Direct & American Blues Scene join to pick one incredible blues act. This month's Michael Powers was schooled by Jimmy Reed and toured with James Cotton! Check him out!

Johnny Winter's "Step Back" Takes Listeners on a Journey of Blues Genres

Johnny Winter’s much-anticipated final album, Step Back, spans a variety of different blues genres is a retrospective compilation of blues songs, largely from the 50s and 60s!
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