Released in 1964, The Rolling Stones’ version of Howlin’ Wolf’s ‘Little Red Rooster’ became the first blues record to top...
‘Live In Cook County Jail’ is a truly classic B.B. King album that deserves to stand shoulder to shoulder with his ‘Live At The Regal.’
The Mercury Studios release features Clapton on top form with longtime bandmates Nathan East, Steve Gadd, and Chris Stainton.
Daltrey will dig deep into his solo work and also reinterpret some classics and rarities by The Who.
The 2021 Americana Honors, on September 22 at the Ryman in Nashville, will open this year's Americanafest.
Remembering a great collaboration 1973 between giants of blues and soul.
A celebration of the oft covered blues artist by the producer of a career-spanning 3CD compilation.
Muddy was the first to record Willie Dixon's future blues classic ‘I'm Ready,’ on September 1, 1954.
The first solo release post-Cream, 'Songs For A Tailor' is an underrated gem from a clever songwriter.
Recorded at Chess Studios, this EP paid homage to their blues roots and established their sound.
In a world where Black women are consistently expected to compromise, Dinah Washington made few.
His fourth solo album was a celebration of both Eric’s refuelled creativity and some great musical relationships.
Four mighty strings and 55 mighty players: the best bassists are the ones who carve out signature sounds and play as many memorable licks as the guitarists.
Hound dogs, salty dogs, rain dogs, the mighty canine appears in countless songs and this list celebrates all the dogs who’ve been saluted in song.
The best guitar solos – from driving riffs to technical displays of mastery – make a song complete and more often than not, transcend the track entirely.
The best John Lee Hooker songs find an imitiable groove to prove that the blues could make you feel, but it could also make you dance.