The Rolling Stones’ classic cover of Buddy Holly’s Not Fade Away was the group’s third UK single and their first...
Chess Records laid the foundation for rock’n’roll, and its influence can still be felt today, as this guide to the 10 best Chess blues records shows.
With younger fans discovering rock, Verve Records felt the need to branch out. Enter the Blues Project a band that included by Brooklyn native Al Kooper.
Chess Records and its founders, Leonard and Phil Chess, played a bigger part than any other record label in making the blues a worldwide phenomenon.
Born on 25 January 1904 in Ripley Tennessee, Sleepy John Estes was one of the finest country blues performers and instrumental to the 60s blues revival.
Our playlist celebrating a man who was part of a golden period for the Rolling Stones, and far more besides.
The 1933 National Duolian, nicknamed Hard Rock, will be sold in England in March.
The Grammy-winning 12-piece fronted by Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi have recorded 11 new songs for the set, once again at their own Swamp Raga home studio.
Mississippi Fred McDowell was a key figure in Mississippi hill country blues and one of the most dynamic performers of the 60s blues revival.
It’s impossible to underestimate what Cyril Davies and Alexis Korner achieved in those early days of the British Blues scene.
Sam Phillips will forever be known as the man who discovered Elvis. But it was Sam’s love of the blues that was the catalyst for Elvis.
Moore's fans are set to launch the campaign, focused on a multi-artist concert at Belfast's Empire Music Hall on 12 April 2019.
Randy Fox's volume tells the story of the label that released seminal singles by Slim Harpo, Arthur Gunter and many more.
Starting off at Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida on 20 April, the Stones will make their way across the states, with 13 dates in total and wrapping up on 21 June...
Jones and Tweedy previously collaborated on 'A Song With No Name', released by Blue Note in September.
There’s not a blues guitarist that has not copped Albert King’s licks and fallen under his spell.