Saint Louis blues

Ronnie Baker Brooks Bluesweek FEATURED

Royal Southern, Otis Clay, STL Blues Legends Fire Up Saint Louis Bluesweek

Ronnie Baker Brooks, Royal Southern Brotherhood, Big George Brock, and other blues greats graced a new venue at Saint Louis Bluesweek to play a grab-bag of blues styles to the sweet smell of BBQ and a beautiful, unmatched backdrop.

Jim Byrnes Sings About "St. Louis Times"

Jim Byrnes' St. Louis Times, on Black Hen Music has a lot going for it. This album charms listeners, who will find it very inviting. It's easy on the ears, and tastefully performed.

The Bluesmobile's Between the Seats with Chuck Berry

Every week, Elwood Blues digs deep down between the seats and pulls another interesting, exciting, revealing interview with another blues personality from the archives.
Baby Blues Mojo Roots FEATURED

Baby Blues Showcase Brings Big Talent Under 30 to Saint Louis

An exciting event showcasing talent under 30 lit up downtown Saint Louis on Sunday night. Soul soaked stylings of The Mojo Roots and the Americana delta blues of The Thin Dimes were just some of the spectacular acts!

Robert Santelli: Blues is the Great American Art Form

In anticipation of Robert's upcoming speech in Saint Louis for the National Blues Museum, we sat down to discuss his museum work, the influence (and lack of influence) the blues has had on popular music, his writing, and the special things that make music museums truly great.

Hugh Laurie's "Didn't It Rain" Is An Understated Delight

Hugh Laurie's "Didn't It Rain" Is An Understated Delight. The album is subdued, mellow, and wonderfully understated. The atmosphere of the album is very unhurried, which really let's the music speak.

Chicago Blues All-Stars Are "Red, Hot & Blue"

The Chicago Blues All-Stars are "Red, Hot & Blue." Released on the Azure Music label, Red, Hot & Blue is noteworthy on many levels. These musicians are all top-shelf Chicago players who have backed and played with music royalty including Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, Albert King, gary Moore, Otis Rush, and Muddy Waters.

Trampled Under Foot Rumble Back With "Badlands"

Trampled Under Foot rumbles back with "Badlands", a breathtaking and well executed album issued on their new label, Telarc International. TUF has grown exponentially since their last release, and the talent on display here is powerful!
Mike Zito - Gone To Texas FEATURED

Mike Zito Has "Gone To Texas"

Mike Zito has Gone To Texas and we should all be thankful he did. This album is about making a choice to start over, facing and conquering inner demons, and being reborn.

Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters "Just For Today"

This is the best work Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters have put on disc in years. Good sound quality and a great mix make this album really easy on the ears too.
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