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Brad Hatfield Delivers with "For A Change"

This is really gratifying blues. Hatfield’s band is in top form, delivering on track after track, and his vocals are the icing on the cake.

Ronnie Earl's "Father's Day" Is the Pinnacle of Self Realization

Each track is better than the one that came before it, and the cumulative effect on listeners is staggering.
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Up 2 Zero With Anthony Gomes

Anthony Gomes is back. Not that he really left -- but he IS back, invigorated and full of fire. His new album oozes energy and renewal, and his band is kicking too!
Gov't Mule at the Beacon Theater (Photo: Dino Perrucci)

Vintage Trouble and Gov't Mule at Beacon Theatre

Whether he was on the run or standing still, which almost never happened, Taylor sang like an unrepentant gospel star caught with his hand up the preacher's wife's skirt.

Joanne Shaw Taylor Shines at Thunder Road Show in Somerville, MA

Paying tribute to the late great Freddie King, JST masterfully covered “Going Down,” much to the audience's approval.

Carlos Elliot Jr.’s ‘Del Otún & El Mississippi’ Is Serious Juke Joint Music

Enjoy hanging in the few juke joints that are left? Listeners should pick this up, and they'll be at the juke joint every time they put this on!

A Taste of Country and Blues from Colleen Rennison’s “See the Sky About to...

The sweet, country taste of Colleen Rennison’s vocals are enough to sooth anyone’s palate of the overcrowded hard hitting and sour tastes of distorted music.
Gregg Allman - Low Country Blues

Gregg Allman's New Album "Low Country Blues" is Spectacular Blues

Gregg Allman's new album Low Country Blues is, in a word, phenomenal.
Terry Quiett Band - Just My Luck

Terry Quiett Band – Mixing Genres & Creating Incredible Sound

Listening to the latest release from the Terry Quiett Band out of Kansas, “Just My Luck” is a great genre mixing blend of blues, blues inspired rock and jazz with a bit of soul stirring around in the mix.

Franc Robert's "Why Do I Never Win" is Rock Solid Blues

Franc Robert's "Why Do I Never Win" is a wild mix of rockin' delta blues-influenced music, with a little intricate finger picking mixed in for good measure!
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