Named one of the greatest guitarists of all time by Rolling Stone, the iconic blues man won 15 Grammys and...
Dr John leaves a remarkable musical legacy that spans funk, blues, jazz, boogie-woogie, rock, psychedelic rock and pop. His influence is monumental.
The lead track is a remake of the much-covered 'I Just Want To Make Love To You,' written by Willie Dixon and first recorded by Muddy Waters.
Willie Dixon's composition was inspired by Esso Gasoline's popular advertising campaign.
With his imitable style, rollicking piano and Southern drawl, Dr John embodied the spirit of New Orleans.
Frampton describes the recording as a highlight of the upcoming 'All Blues' album.
Rory Gallagher’s brother, Dónal, reveals how one of Ireland’s greatest rock exports was a gifted musician influenced by the blues as much as anything else.
Often clad in a Panama hat and big, dark sunglasses, the enigmatic performer rose to prominence in the mid-1970s.
The album features a brilliantly varied set of deep Delta blues, moans, boogies and more.
Recorded at the famed Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Alabama, The Rolling Stones’ classic ’Brown Sugar’ topped the American Hot 100 on 29 May 1971.
Delaney And Bonnie had a profound influence on Eric Clapton when they released ‘Home’. The album remains a down-home classic mixing blues with blue-eyed soul.
'Mystery Train', recorded by Little Junior Parker at Sun Studios in late 1953 has become a blues standard and has been covered by countless artists.
The Rolling Stones played the first of two nights at The Paradiso on 26 May 1995.
Slowhand's love of the songs and style of his late, great friend and inspiration has been well known throughout his entire solo career.
The blues master's 1969 album had him working with the combined might of Booker T and the MGs.
A cynical act of mimicry by Sonny Boy Williamson II sparked a blues legend, the latest chapter of which has been tackled in song by Randy Newman.