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John Németh is the Soul of the Blues

To not see his live performance would be cheating yourself of the opportunity to hear today's soul of the blues.

Marie Trout Book Explores the Healing Powers of Music

"I noticed that my academic research and my inner torment at the time intersected. I lived the blues, while studying the power of blues music to its fans today."

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Dr. John

Born Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr., "Mac" was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Melody Angel Fires Up Crowd at Buddy Guy’s Legends

Buddy Guy's Legends club on South Wabash Ave in Chicago is known around the world as one of the premiere venues for blues that will move your soul, and groove your heart. On any...

Shore Fire Media Announces Release of Terry Dolan Eponymous 1972 Album

This is the one that might have sealed his reputation.

Odds Lane Spends a ‘Last Night on Cherokee’

"The music that we make, that's honest. That's us. Its what we do."

Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation Educates About The Business Of The Blues

Marie Dixon talks about why her husband, Willie Dixon, started the Blues Heaven Foundation, and how it helps musicians.

9th Annual Hambone Festival Energizes Clarksdale This Weekend

A highlight of this weekend's festivities will be Dublin, Mississippi native and master guitarist Jimmy Burns, playing at the Hambone Art Gallery...

The Fast Track with Eve Monsees

"I want to feel like what I do is appreciated and also because it’s blues, just the idea of helping carry on that tradition."

TBT – Muddy Waters’ ‘The Complete Plantation Recordings’ is the Holy Grail

Interspersed along with the music are interview tracks. One gem from these is when Lomax asks Waters "Is [Son] House a better player than [Robert] Johnson is, ya think?" Waters answers, "I think they’re both about equal."
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