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Albert King to be Inducted to Rock n Roll Hall of Fame

Tonight, the late Albert King will be inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, taking his rightful place between the other two kings of blues.

Louisiana's Bogalusa Blues and Heritage Festival Announces Lineup

The swampy, soulful, rollicking lineup for the third annual Bogalusa Blues and Heritage Festival has been announced!

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Wilson Pickett

This is the latest from The Bluesmobile’s C.C. Rider, who spends her life venerating the founding fathers of the blues. She’s walked the crooked highways of this singing country to resurrect the voices of the past. With the...
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35th Blues Music Award Nominees Announced

The 35th Blues Music Awards nominees have been announced by The Blues Foundation. Incredible performers have been nominated in 25 categories

Orlando's Blues B-Q Is A Hit!

There were three main musical guests slated to perform: RJ Harman & Company, Beautiful Bobby Blackmon, and Robert Randolph and the Family Band.

These 2016 Blues Hall of Fame Inductees Are Proud and Grateful

“Today is a new day, tomorrow is coming and it’s unknown. So, you can do your part to make the world a better place. That’s all you can do."

BREAKING: Prince Is Dead at 57

"This is what quality funk and soul sounds like. Remember?"

The 24th Street Wailers Get "Wicked"

The 24th Street Wailers new self-issued album, Wicked, is a huge step forward for the band. Featuring 11 new songs and two covers, this outing is 38 minutes of pure swinging blues bliss!

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...

Bobby Messano's "Welcome to Deltaville" Will Move You

Bobby Messano's "Welcome To Deltaville" (with Denna Bogart), is his latest effort, issued by The Prince Frog Record Company. At just a hair under 60 minutes, this album is like a well stocked pantry that we have been raiding since it arrived.
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