Named one of the greatest guitarists of all time by Rolling Stone, the iconic blues man won 15 Grammys and...
The best John Lee Hooker songs find an imitiable groove to prove that the blues could make you feel, but it could also make you dance.
“Larry told great stories, funny jokes, was a foodie, wine, record and rock-poster collector, computer whiz and a special human being who really lived for the music.”
With their ‘Out Of Our Heads’ album, The Rolling Stones penned their first truly classic song and found themselves thrust into the mania of global stardom.
If you haven’t heard Albert King’s ‘Born Under A Bad Sign’, it’s time for a change of luck. Go ahead, listen. It’ll make your day.
In 1956, a record store owner convinced Blind Willie McTell to record his playing, what he got was more than just music.
The album is now also available in a limited edition translucent blue colour pressing, exclusively at Frampton's website.
Robert Johnson influenced everyone from Muddy Waters to The Rolling Stones, and shaped the future of rock'n'roll. We celebrate his life and legacy.
“Better than anything they’ve done before,” ‘Aftermath’ found The Rolling Stones pushing pop music forward and creating a rock-era classic.
Though a groundbreaking songwriter, when the idiosyncratic Chuck Berry took on the blues, he did it his own way – as an intriguing 1983 compilation proves.
The concert will take place at 5:30pm on Sunday, 10 November at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.
Now hailed as classics, neither Derek And The Dominos’ ‘Layla And Other Assorted Love Songs’ album, nor the ‘Layla’ single, were big hits on their first release.
On 10 August 1920, a group of musicians collectively known as The Jazz Hounds recorded a song with Mamie Smith called ‘Crazy Blues’, the first blues record.
There have been hundreds of thousands of books about music and here are some of the best music books you’ve may never have read.
Near the end of her own tragically short life, Janis made a remarkable gesture to honour one of her blues heroines.
Memphis Minnie’s legacy is not just that she recorded across four decades, she was practically the lone female voice in the increasingly male dominated 1930’s urban Blues scene