Penned by Willie Dixon, Otis Rush’s song has inspired rip-roaring versions from both Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones.
Willie Dixon was a fixer, arranger, talent scout, boxer, performer, and songwriter, who did more to shape the sound of post-war Chicago blues than any other.
From B.B. King to Muddy Waters, these are some of the best blues albums ever.
'Just One Night' captured Slowhand's late 1970s show at Tokyo's famous Budokan Theatre.
Just a few of the greats, whose influence spans continents, genres, and generations.
Two of Moore’s American blues guitar heroes, Albert King and Albert Collins, were also on the guest list for the gold-certified 'Still Got The Blues.'
Fifty songs that were part of rhythm and blues heritage but which didn’t fully find a mainstream audience until they were remade.
His fourth solo album was a celebration of both Eric's refuelled creativity and some great musical relationships.
Rush became one of the key exponents of Chicago's 'West Side' sound and influenced generations of players in the process.
Phil, and his brother Leonard, founded Chess Records and provided the soundtrack to 1950s Black America
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.
The Blues are all about the individual; at one with their music & feelings, and no better does a guitarist who feels every nuance of the blues.