The series will focus on classic, newly reissued albums by Booker T. & the M.G.s, the Bar-Kays, Delaney & Bonnie, Johnnie Taylor and David Porter.
A gem from the latter part of the Stax Records heyday, the self-titled 1973 album by Memphis soul man John Gary Williams, has been reissued by Concord.
The 60th anniversary of the iconic Stax Records will be marked by a joint campaign by Concord Music Group and Rhino Entertainment.
To kick off the centennial celebrations of a blues titan's birth, the compilation Whiskey & Wimmen: John Lee Hooker’s Finest will be released on 31 March.
The first biography of soul giant Wilson Pickett, Tony Fletcher's In The Midnight Hour, is published by Oxford University Press USA on 1 February, 2017.
Isaac Hayes albums are available in available in 192/24 and 96/24 hi-res audio, as well as Mastered For iTunes formats…
Concord Music Group has a weighty haul of 18 nominations for the 2017 Grammy Awards, including three for Sarah Jarosz and two for William Bell.
Booker T. Jones, born 12 November 2015, has been in our musical consciousness for decades, and remains in demand for both his current and classic exploits.
Stax Records has announced the signing of Memphis quartet Southern Avenue, who will release their debut album in spring 2017.
The first album by Melissa Etheridge in her new deal with Stax/Concord, MEmphis Rock and Soul, will be out on 7 October, 2016.
In the summer of 1969, the reconfigured Bar-Kays were seeing their first US chart action, albeit modestly, with the album Gotta Groove.
'Knock On Wood' hitmaker Eddie Floyd made some fine album music that's well worth investigating, including 1969's You've Got To Have Eddie.
Bobby Rush, now 82 and one of the great names in southern funk-blues, has signed to Rounder and will release the album Porcupine Meat on 16 September.
The death has been confirmed of trumpeter Wayne Jackson, a mainstay of countless classic soul and rock records as a member of the Memphis Horns.
A great songwriter and producer who worked with a diverse range of artists, from Elvis Presley to Petula Clark and the outlaw country musicians of the 1970s
The duo were holding on for their first R&B No. 1 with a gem from the Isaac Hayes/David Porter songbook.