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Pam Taylor Band Cooks Up A "Hot Mess"

"Hot Mess" by The Pam Taylor Band, is pretty well rounded ... The band offers up their version of "I'd Rather Go Blind," and we were moved by its smokey, sultry, and seductive delivery. Another delicious cut is "I Ain't The One," with its rhythm guitar driven funkin' blues lines - savory indeed!

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...
Kim Wilson "Blues at the Crossroads" live at Benaroya Hall FEATURED

Kim Wilson’s T-Bird Shuffle

Kim Wilson, the only original member left in The Fabulous Thunderbirds, talks new soul album, being a veteran in a tough industry, and being the "John Mayall" of American blues!
Tweed Funk at Buddy Guy's Legends (Photo: John Overmann)

WORLD PREMIERE: Tweed Funk's "Blues in my Soul"

Tweed Funk, the soul-soaked blues powerhouse from Milwaukee, Wisconsin has released their music video for the song "Blues In My Soul" from their new album!

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Junior Parker

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...
Johnny Rawls - Soul Survivor Cover

Johnny Rawls is a "Soul Survivor"

Soul Survivor is old school soul, with a hint of laid back blues, played to perfection.
BB King Signature Wine FEATURED

B.B. King to Launch Line of Signature Wines in the US

Blues music legend B.B. King, in collaboration with Votto Vines Importing, is proud to release a new line of signature wines bearing his name across the United States.

Atlanta Blues Great Tommy Brown Dead at 84

Another song that Brown was known for in the Atlanta region was "Atlanta Boogie." This was among the very first songs to use the words "rock and roll."
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