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On the Back Porch with Blues Prodigy Tallan Latz

Tallan Latz is the 11 year old blues guitar hero who's rising star shines brighter every day. Tallan is one of those rare souls who's talent and charisma is well beyond his age, and we were thrilled to chat with him!
Gregg Allman at Ram's Head Onstage, Annapolis, Maryland (Photo by Joel Kinison)

Gregg Allman Reveals Upcoming Album, Songwriting Challenges

The Allman Brothers Band legend talks about the upcoming album that he's wanted to make his whole life, the ebbs and flows of songwriting, and what made "Low Country Blues" a Grammy-nominated hit.

American Blues Scene Interview with 2012 IBC Winners WIRED!

We sat down on the back porch with this year's IBC winners The WIRED! Band to talk about their enormous win, how it felt to , and who the big winners liked on Beale.
Buddy Guy Featured

Buddy Guy's Arms Are Wide Open

The iconic, legendary blues titan talks about why the blues isn't on major radio, John Lee Hooker stealing his guitar cords, and a possible movie about his life!
The Mississippi Spoonman at the King Biscuit Festival 2012

At Home with the Mississippi Spoonman

Read all about the Mississippi Spoonman, his incredible instrument & music, encounters with James "Son" Thomas, and his battles.

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.
Chris Antonik

Chris Antonik is a Hard Working, Sharp Dressing Canadian Bluesman

We recently spoke with Chris Antonik, the hard working, sharp dressing Canadian blues guitarist and vocalist who's gaining a lot of support in the blues community!
Raisin Cain - the wild and raucous story of Johnny Winter

Interview with author of the Johnny Winter Biography Mary Lou Sullivan

We sit down with Mary Lou Sullivan, the author that recently released Johnny Winter's long-time-coming biography Raisin' Cain – The Wild and Raucous Story of Johnny Winter.
Matt Guitar Murphy FEATURED

Matt “Guitar” Murphy Delivers at Black Eyed Sally’s

Ten years removed from a stroke that had doctors saying he wouldn’t be able to play again, Matt “Guitar” Murphy, 81, is proving age and injury can't diminish his skill set.

Chicago Blues Camp 2017 Registration Opens

An intensive learning and performing "camp" experience for adult musicians, it offers an opportunity to learn Chicago-style blues, from talented Chicago musicians, and then play that music in the city where it all began.
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