Swing Blues

C.C. Rider the Venerator: Louis Jordan

He was the King of the Jukebox. One of the first black artists to achieve crossover success. He was a band-leader. Songwriter. Multi-Instrumentalist. Killer dancer. He starred in shorts and feature films alike. He was a titan, and his name was Louis Jordan.

Roomful Of Blues' "45 Live" Is Elegant

This entire album is a great listen; because the recording and mix is so well executed, the presentation of the performances is elegant, rich, clear, and has a lot of depth! Everyone is at the top of their game here.
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.

Phil Gates Goes "Live At The Hermosa Saloon"

Phil Gates has been making great music for a long time now. His music combines elements of funk, Texas swing, blues, soul, and NOLA's musical melting pot

After Show Celebrations Explode at the Palladium

Danielle Nicole and the band also performed the most rocking version of Son House's famed "Death Letter" ever, with the exception of the original, naturally.

Bass Legend Preston Hubbard Has Passed at 63

He lent his incredible bass lines to a multitude of artist's including Bonnie Raitt's, The Vaughan Brothers, Duke Robillard, Etta James, Professor Longhair, Albert King, Albert Collins, Nick Curran, The Blues Brothers and played with Tinsley Ellis in the Alley Cats.

Mick Kolassa's "Ghosts of the Riverside Hotel" Celebrates the Blues

"Ghosts of the Riverside Hotel" is a sonic feast, full of delightful surprises. The bottom line? This is blues that's well written, deftly performed, and dripping with character.

Ana Popovic Scores a Hat Trick with "Trilogy"

With Trilogy, Popovic has created her masterpiece, one that critics and fans will find powerful, entertaining, and inspiring.
Blues Hall of Fame 2014 Listen Live

Look! Listen! See and Hear the 2014 Blues Hall of Fame Inductees

Among the 2014 Blues Hall of Fame inductees are a number of both notable musicians and notable tracks. Now! Listen to and watch the artists who's music changed the world!

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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