A rollicking, ballsy album, John Lee Hooker’s ‘It Serve You Right To Suffer’ came out on Impulse! in 1966, offering...
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.
The 37th annual Blues Awards in Memphis brought double wins for Buddy Guy, Walter Trout and others, and posthumous awards for Allen Toussaint and Otis Clay.
Live Cream released in 1970 is testament to the power of the band as one of the most exciting live rock acts of the late 1960s
Lesser-known but highly influential blues musician Alger 'Texas' Alexander is to be honoured with a historical marker in the cemetery in which he is buried.
Rock supergroup Cream's four albums, 'Fresh Cream', 'Disraeli Gears', 'Wheels Of Fire' and 'Goodbye', are reissued in the box set 'Classic Album Selection'.
George Thorogood, currently on a run of Canadian dates, has been talking about his admiration for groups such as Steppenwolf and the Allman Brothers Band.
Wilson Pickett began as a gospel singer in Detroit, Michigan before finding the blues and becoming one of the most respected soul singers of his generation
Blues-rock pioneer Lonnie Mack, who played with such greats as James Brown and Freddie King and had his own big hit in 1963 with 'Memphis,' has died at 74.
John Martyn's Solid Air, released in 1973, is now deservedly viewed among the greatest British albums of all time, but was overlooked upon its release.
The stars of Western Swing, like Bob Wills and Milton Brown had one foot in the blues, another in country music… and a third in jazz!
Recorded in 1967, Captain Beefheart’s ‘Mirror Man’ sessions remained unreleased until April 1971, providing the missing link to ‘Trout Mask Replica’.