A rollicking, ballsy album, John Lee Hooker’s ‘It Serve You Right To Suffer’ came out on Impulse! in 1966, offering...
A live recording of bluesman Memphis Slim from 1961, thought to be the only disc of its kind, is being digitised to be made available to the public.
Beale Street has long prided itself in being the main street for blues music north of the Delta. It was also the place where Jug Band Music got its start…
More than just the man that discovered Elvis Presley, Sam Phillips know the roots of American music better than most, having grown up in the Deep South.
Wilko Johnson has curated a new album of vintage material from the famous Chess Records label, to be released the day after his autobiography.
After the success of last year's Live In 1967 album by John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, a second volume of material from the same line-up is out on 6 May.
Released on 2 May, ‘I Still Do’ sees Eric Clapton reunite with legendary producer Glyn Johns for his 23rd studio album.
Mick Fleetwood has been reminiscing about his days on the UK blues circuit with John Mayall, and early Fleetwood Mac, of whom Steven Tyler was a big fan.
Here's a chance to see the full 12-piece line-up of the Tedeschi Trucks Band in an outstanding new performance for NPR's Tiny Desk concert series.
After Hours by Gary Moore, containing a collaboration with B.B. King, entered the UK chart on 21 March, 1992 and became his highest-charting solo album, .
Atlanta bluesman Tommy Brown, best remembered for his early 1950s appearances on US R&B hits by the Griffin Brothers, passed away on 12 March at 84.
Watch an unreleased bonus scene from Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty, the newly documentary about the late, great slide guitar player, out on DVD and at iTunes.
Former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, who will be 80 this year, has been diagnosed with cancer.
Recorded by Leroy Carr at his very first session in 1928 this has gone on to become a blues classic and an influential song
The third album, by Captain Beefheart, ‘Trout Mask Replica’, remains one of the most challenging listens of any era, and also his most beloved album.
Originally recorded in 1937, Good Morning Little School Girl has been recorded by so many blues men, from Muddy Waters to Lightnin' Hopkins