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Hawkwind and Georgie Fame play at the July 2017 'On Track For The Summer' event set to recreate the 1967 Windsor Jazz, Pop, Ballads and Blues Festival
Mick Jagger guests on a new version of the Rolling Stones' 'Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)' by blues giant and longtime Stones ally Buddy Guy.
The Rolling Stones Win Album Of The Year For Blue And Lonesome At The 2017 Jazz FM Awards At London's Shoreditch Town Hall.
Kim Simmonds, co-founder of British blues-rock staples Savoy Brown, has been talking about his 52 years at their helm, and plans for a new studio album.
Listen to 6,000 songs from 1,000 cultures on the Global Jukebox, an interactive website featuring the recordings of famed ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax.
We’ve compiled our top 10 Chicago blues artists, many of whom first emerged from the clubs in the black neighbourhoods on Chicago’s south side.
Born in Louisiana he worked with Sam Cooke before moving to Chicago and having a long running career as a fine guitar player and singer. Lonnie Brooks RIP
Buddy Guy and the PCa Blue charity have announced the veteran musician's Blues for Prostate Cancer initiative.
The 1959 Ray Charles single 'What'd I Say' is one of the seminal and much-covered records in R&B history, well worthy of a uDiscover overview and playlist.
Blues figureheads Taj Mahal and Keb' Mo' will release their collaborative album TajMo on Concord on 5 May.
The Music of Cream, featuring members of the blues-rock band's dynasty with special guests, will tour in Australia and New Zealand in May and June 2017.
Louis Armstrong moved to New York in 1924 and began working as a session musician for Blues Divas like Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey and Clara Smith
Eric Clapton started his 2017 live schedule with two warmly-received shows at New York's Madison Square Garden, on 19/20 March, 2017.
Cotton also collaborated with a remarkable array of stars of both rock and blues, including Janis Joplin, Led Zeppelin and B.B. King.
Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady rolled back the years with an electric performance at the Fillmore in San Francisco by Jefferson Airplane “spinoff” Hot Tuna.