John Mayall's 1971 album temporarily welcomed back two now world-famous former members of his band.
Changes to the make-up and methodology of the Grammy Awards have been announced by the RIAA — and they'll be of particular interest to blues fans.
Dinah Washington was 39 years old when she died, yet The Divine Miss D. had a more colourful life and successful career in the 1940s & 50s than most anyone
Chill Out from 1995 is boogie, it's blues, it's classic John Lee Hooker
Blues for Beginners is the perfect way to introduce non-believers to the greatest music in the world…and what better way than with 'Wang Dang Doodle'
Next year's third edition of the Keeping The Blues Alive At Sea “floating music festival,” co-presented by Joe Bonamassa, will feature Gregg Allman.
Boom Boom came out in 1992 and reaffirmed John Lee Hooker's position as the master of boogie blues
Recorded with Booker T And The MG’s at Stax Records Studios in 1969, Years Gone By became the highest charting album of Albert King’s career
John Mayall and his band have been recording their next studio album with a very special guest: none other than the Eagles' Joe Walsh.
As Eric Clapton covers J.J. Cale again on I Still Do, our new uDiscover playlist celebrates his enduring admiration for the late singer-guitarist.
The Blues played a pivotal role in the creation of what we have come to call rock music. As Muddy Waters famously said, “The Blues had a baby and they named it...
John Lee Hooker's classic 1987 studio album, his first in 8 years was well worth the wait; Jealous is classic Hooker
A new exhibition of oil paintings inspired by Robert Johnson has gone on display in San Antonio, Texas, where he recorded some of his most famous work.
B.B King passed away aged 89 in 2015. He was and will forever be the King of The Blues...
This brand new mural in tribute to Muddy Waters is to be found in Chicago
The 7LP box set ‘Free: The Vinyl Collection’ collects all six of Free’s studio albums, plus ‘Free Live!’, presenting the band in all their glory.