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Curtis Salgado at the Blues Music Awards. Photo Copyright © Lynn Orman Weiss

Chip In to Help Blues Extraordinaire Curtis Salgado Combat the Cost of Cancer

Blues Music Award-winning soul/blues singer & harmonica master Curtis Salgado will undergo surgery on July 18 in Oregon. Blues fans across the country have already donated to help Curtis offset the incredible expense of the treatment.
Blue Bella Revue at Rum Boogie Cafe on Beale Street

IBC Coverage: Blue Bella Revue

The Blue Bella Blues, Rock and Soul Revue is finally here! Blue Bella Records will be showcasing Nick Moss and the Flip Tops, Kilborn Alley, and the newcomer Steepwater Band at Rum Boogie

BREAKING: Prince Is Dead at 57

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

Aykroyd To Recruit New Talent On Blues Brothers Records Label

Dan Aykroyd has just announced the establishment of Blues Brothers Records with Judy Belushi-Pisano, the widow of John Belushi.

Altered Five Throws Down on "Cryin’ Mercy"

While the songs are finished works, they still convey that slightly rough-edged feeling that suits these performances so perfectly.

J.J. Cale Will Be Missed

An originator of the so-called Tulsa Sound, Cale's career spanned over 50 years, beginning in 1958. A multi-instrumentalist and song writer, Cale also worked as an engineer. He was renowned for his songwriting, writing a number of hit songs

"Every Night's a Saturday Night" from Bobby Keys; A Real Rock n Roll Life

Every Night's a Saturday Night: The Rock 'n' Roll Life of Legendary Sax Man Bobby Keys was recently released by the legendary saxophone great.

Boz Scaggs' "Memphis" Has Soul

This is very much an album of atmosphere and mood. It is textured, but also ballsy in a quiet, understated way. Sublime. The players sound great, and Scaggs is smoother than ever.

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: Little Milton

When James Milton Campbell Jr. was a kid growing up in Greenville, Mississippi, he was drawn to all kinds of music. He loved the country and western radio programs beamed out from the Grand Ol’ Opry. And he was steeped in the sounds of his Delta home: field hollers, gospel songs, the deepest blues...
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