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Rolling Stones Release Video For “Hate to See You Go”

The track comes from their upcoming album, 'Blue & Lonesome,' scheduled for release on December 2nd.

‘A Night In Copenhagen’ Is Memorable

The band is in fine form, and although the music has a vague 70s vibe about it, it sounds fresh and vibrant from the word go. Best of all, the club's audience eats it up!

Beth Garner’s New CD, “Snake Farm,” Slithers Out in February

The blues to me is summed up in Snake Farm. I can’t describe it. You just have to listen to it, and hopefully feel something.

R&B Hall of Fame Looking For a Home in Detroit

Robinson believes Detroit is one of the music capitals of the world and that bringing the Hall of Fame to the city could cement that status.

BREAKING – Leonard Cohen Dead at 82

Leonard Cohen, beloved poet, author, composer and singer has died. Cohen was 82 years old.

The Musical Mojo of Dr. John Available Now

On Saturday, May 3rd, 2014, a group of esteemed musicians and friends joined together for 'The Musical Mojo of Dr. John: A Celebration of Mac & His Music'

Smithsonian Folkways Releases Acquired Arhoolie Catalog

More than 5,500 Arhoolie tracks available today!

Music of Aretha Franklin to be Celebrated at Carnegie Hall

Entrepreneur, Michael Dorf, has announced that the music of Aretha Franklin will be celebrated with a special benefit concert at Carnegie Hall on March 6th, 2017.

David Luning Releases Heartrending Music Video

Americana music artist, David Luning, was studying music scoring at the Berklee College of Music when he first heard the music of John Prine. His response was immediate.

TBT – Why Everyone Loved Hubert Sumlin

"When I’m reaching an audience, I feel it." --Hubert Sumlin
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