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Brad Whitfield "Up From Nowhere"

Brad Hatfield "Uphill From Anywhere" Is Amazing

Often, folks will experience a cataclysmic event that changes their life forever....

'Waiting for Buddy Guy: Chicago Blues at the Crossroads'

"Although Waiting for Buddy Guy is not a biography of the guitar gunslinger, just as Harper chose to feature him for his book's title so will I in this review."
The Jimmys - Gimme

Gimme by The Jimmys — Jump Blues from America's Dairyland

You may not know where in the world Monticello, Wisconsin is, but if The Jimmys latest album is any representation, it's sure got great jump blues!

Jeff Healey's "The Best of the Stony Plain Years" Is Exquisite

Fans who are more familiar with his rock oriented blues will also no doubt find these performances enlightening and thrilling for their simplistic beauty.

Fans Go ‘Wild’ Over Joanne Shaw Taylor’s Latest Release!

This fine album is sure to be a hit with JST fans, and everyone else should pick up a copy too!

Franc Robert Returns with the Acoustic "Ride The Iron Road"

As an acoustic set, the simplicity of the presentation really adds to the impact of the music, with only Franc and his guitar(s) painting vivid images, as this Florida native is so talented at doing.

Lisa Mann Sings of Hard Times, Bad Decisions on New CD

“Hard times are not our choice, but the bad decisions are within the realm of choice,” Lisa says. “This is about the balance between the karma you inherit and the karma you create. You can do something about that.”
Brighter Days - JJ Grey and Mofro Album FEATURED

JJ Grey and Mofro Deliver on "Brighter Days" Live Album

JJ Grey and Mofro's new album is deeply impressive Though not necessarily traditional blues, their unique gumbo of roots strains, from blues to soul, to rock n' roll, is appealing to fans of great music on any level.

TBT – ‘Led Zeppelin I’ Makes History

These days, 'Led Zeppelin I' is generally hailed as a masterpiece, and we can't think of any of our friends that have not owned at least one copy in one format or another.
The Soul of John Black-Good Thang

How Did We Miss This? It's A "Good Thang"

This is blues with a pulse! There are several stellar tracks here. "Digital Blues" will remind you of 70's soul with its great beat and crisp rhythm guitar (which is a welcome constant throughout the entire album). Bingham slides a nice little bluesy solo in and the keyboarding throughout is a nice touch.
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