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Detroit's Eliza Neals Heats Things Up with Her Rocking Blues

Actually, I was supposed to go to Vienna and be an opera singer. They told me I could really do something big in opera, but, my heart is in the blues ...

Dennis McNally Takes Us to the River, "On Highway 61"

Dennis McNally's ah-ha moment in deciding to write his book, On Highway 61 – Music, Race and the Evolution of Cultural Freedom, came after Bob Dylan's comments.

Leni Stern: Blues Soul, Jazz Mind, African Heart

  LeniStern_BluesSoulAfricanHeart_DebraDevi The blues is a universal language, and electric guitarist Leni Stern's fluency has lured her into African adventures beyond her wildest dreams -- from jamming in Timbuktu to playing Carnegie Hall with Senegalese...

Q&A with MonkeyJunk's Steve Marriner

Steve from the award-winning, longstanding blues band MonkeyJunk opens up about great albums, the Canadian border issue, and much more!

Annika Chambers Is Making Her Mark

I guarantee every show. You're gonna have a good time. Thank you for supporting me, and come on out and shake it for me!

EXCLUSIVE: Mike Zito Opens Up About Leaving Royal Southern

Just after the announcement that he would be leaving Royal Southern Brotherhood, Zito sat down with ABS to discuss in detail what really happened, moving forward, and knowing himself.

The Ben Miller Band, or How Found Objects Became Instrumental in the Sound of...

If you don't know "Ozark Grunge", you're about to.
Bart Walker at the King Biscuit Blues Festival FEATURED

EXCLUSIVE: Bart Walker Talks Joining Royal Southern Brotherhood

It was announced this week that Mike Zito would be leaving the seminal blues-steeped Royal Southern Brotherhood. Bart Walker talk about stepping in to try and fill Zito's larger than life shoes and the big move.

Jarekus Singleton Finds His Voice by Being Himself

"That's who I am and what I do. I want to inspire people to keep pushing their way through hard times." says Jarekus in an extensive, interesting Q&A with the "next big thing" in the blues!

On the Road Back Home: The Impending Triumphant Comeback of Walter Trout

On a cold day in early March, guitar hero Walter Trout was checked into a hospital at UCLA with no guarantee and a dwindling hope of leaving alive, but Walter is a man with a dangerous combination of goals and determination.
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