Devon Allman at Vegas FEATURED

"Play the Hell Out of That Thing, Every Day, Merry Christmas"

On a snowy day in Cleveland, Ohio, Devon Allman explains a particularly special moment outside of Savanna, Georgia that would change both his life and that of a young, aspiring guitar player.
Mike Zito and bandmate in Royal Southern Brotherhood, Devon Allman at Spirit of Kansas Blues Festival, 2012

Mike Zito Strives For Truth

Mike Zito strives for truth in his songwriting, his playing, and being a team member; helping the group realize their musical vision. He wants genuine quality in everything he does. Self-serving methods and practices don't work for him: it's all about the the song, the group, the music.

Best of American Blues Scene: Interviews with Beth Hart and Dana Fuchs

In the third installment we sit down with two very talented ladies of the blues, Beth Hart and Dana Fuchs.
Broke & Hungry Records

Interview with Jeff Konkel of Broke and Hungry Records, the Quintessential Delta Blues Label

Jeff Konkel has been running Broke and Hungry Records for several years now, bringing exposure to some of the greatest talent from the land where the blues began, the Mississippi Delta. In the delta,...
Bernard Allison

Bernard Allison is Soul Searching

Luther Allison’s son Bernard used to hide in the closet when Johnny Winter came over to the house because he was afraid of the albino with pink eyes...

Odds Lane Spends a ‘Last Night on Cherokee’

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

Mike Zito Talks About Making Music, Success and the State of the Blues

Things are fun for me. I'm very lucky. I get to make records, play and make music.
Samantha Fish at the Spirit of Kansas Blues Festival FEATURED

Spirit of the Blues Fest: Q&A Interview with Samantha Fish

After a blowout jam with the boys of Royal Southern Brotherhood to end the night, Sam swung by the back porch to talk about her explosive career, winning a Blues Music Award, and unsuccessfully trying to buy fireworks in England!

Juke Joint Festival — Amanda Gresham Interview

While at the Juke Joint Festival, we had the great pleasure of speaking with Amanda Gresham, the CEO of an incredibly exciting blues businesses -- the Delta Music Experience.
Reverend Peyton FEATURED

Juke Joint Festival Coverage — Reverend Peyton and his Big Damn Band Interview

The good reverend opened up about his (now formerly) secret upcoming new album, it's (now not secret!) name, and the band's deceptively powerful, unique sound that's made them a major crossover success while maintaining staunchly loyal to the old school blues that was their influence
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