In 1967, The Rolling Stones released Between The Buttons, that marked a new beginning for the band and paved the...
Eric Clapton and Little Richard will be inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame, in conjunction with the 36th Blues Music Awards, on May 7 in Memphis.
Do Not Sell At Any Price is a treasure hunt & travelogue into America’s back roads, about the collectors who inhabit this backwoods world of recorded music.
A launch took place at the Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room last night to announce Lead Belly Fest for June, starring Van Morrison, Jools Holland et al.
Guitar devotees, prepare to drool. The original Black Beauty, the first model owned by Les Paul himself, will be up for auction in New York on February 19.
Seasick Steve will return with the new album ‘Sonic Soul Surfer’ on Caroline International in early 2015, with a UK April tour to accompany it.
Dr. John's debut Concord album pays tribute to Louis Armstrong with some impressive guest appearances from Bonnie Raitt and the Blind Boys of Alabama.
Blues legend B.B. King cancels eight remaining shows on his tour after falling ill October 3 during his performance at the House of Blues in Chicago.
Otis Spann was the Crown Prince of Blues Piano - his blend of boogie-woogie bass figures & slow blues chords gave his playing great emotional depth.
An exclusive 29 minute behind-the-scenes jamming session filmed at the 'Early Days' video shoot where Paul McCartney plays blues. launched earlier this ...
Let the good times roll would be right up there with the best of them. It was originally recorded by Louis Jordan in June 1946
"We are a blues band." declares Brian Jones in a letter to the BBC Radio’s ‘Jazz Club’.
After being celebrated again on the new album by Eric Clapton and his guests, JJ Cale is to be inducted posthumously into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
The story of how B.B. King got his name…
New Concord signing Dr. John will make his debut for the company by paying tribute to Satchmo, Louis Armstrong...
The story behind 'Statesboro Blues', a classic song reinterpreted by countless bands.