Filmed during quarantine, the visual captures desolate landscapes and cities across the globe.
Revered bassist Nathan East, a longtime collaborator of Eric Clapton among many others, has been honoured by the creation of Nathan East Day in San Diego.
Witchy Feelin', the new studio album by blues stalwarts Savoy Brown, fronted by Kim Simmonds, was released on 25 August 2017 by Ruf Records.
Blues trailblazers Hubert Sumlin, Pinetop Perkins and Willie “Big Eyes” Smith are celebrated in the new documentary Sidemen: Long Road To Glory.
A new career-spanning multi-disc box set released to celebrate his 100th birthday shows that John Lee Hooker remains King Of The Boogie.
John Mayall guests on We're All In This Together, out on 1 September 2017 by the former member of Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Walter Trout.
One of the cornerstones of 20th century blues, Jimmy Reed, is anthologised on Mr. Luck: The Complete Vee-Jay Singles, released 4 August 2017.
Fabrizio and Lance of Supersonic Blues Machine join Kylie at Ramblin' Man to talk about how the band was formed, ZZ Top, as well as their blues influences.
The young and talented Aaron Keylock joined Kylie for an interview to talk about playing Ramblin' Man Fair at 16, his biggest influences and modern blues.
A new musical at the Pasadena Playhouse in California, Shout Sister Shout!, celebrates the influential gospel and roots singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe.
Kylie sat down with Kenny and Noah from the Kenny Wayne Shepherd band at Ramblin' Man Fair 2017.
To whet the appetite for the exclusive interviews and acoustic performances captured at the uDiscover tent, we reveal out Ramblin’ Man 2017 highlights reel.
In the most anticipated day of the weekend, ZZ Top closed Ramblin’ Man Fair 2017 with a high-octane set full of classics from their 40-plus-year career.
Dockery Farms, the Mississippi plantation and sawmill complex located on Highway 8 between Cleveland and Ruleville, has been named a Mississippi Landmark.
B.B.King performs his Grammy Award winning version of the blues classic ‘The Thrill Is Gone’ recorded live in Montreaux, 1993.
The much anticipated 2003 reunion between Eric Clapton and John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, a celebration of Mayall’s 70th year and a Unicef fundraiser.