I have always equated the rhythm section to the soil in the ground. If you have rich soil, the plants and flowers (vocalists, guitarists, and keyboardists) grow bigger and lusher.
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I had the privilege of speaking with Bob Corritore and our conversation ran the gamut from his early days in Chicago to the producing he has done over the years, to his album, Bob Corritore & Friends – Harmonica Blues, which won a Blues Music Award in the Historical Category. His career is one where musical dreams are [...]
Music is timeless. Some 13 years after it was recorded, Spectator Shoes by Robert “Nighthawk” Tooms and The Wampus Cats is hitting a groove and getting noticed.
Even with The Grammy’s cutting down the size of their Blues awards…The International Blues Challenge proves The Blues Are Alive and BIGGER than ever!
You can now follow your favorite act at the 2012 International Blues Challenge, even if they can’t be in Memphis, Tennessee.
Louisiana Red reunites the crew that brought him 2 BMA’s for his album Back To The Black Bayou for another standout album.
Julius Pittman & the Revival are a cohesive unit where each member is allowed to shine.
The final day of The Biscuit explodes with more music and more people. It is evident some come just for Saturday’s lineup. Additionally, the Bit-O-Blues Stage is in full swing, as is a Gospel Stage, both set up in a small park at the other end of Cherry Street from the Main Stage (think about [...]
Day 2 of The Biscuit is spread out over three stages. In addition to the Main Stage, on Day 2 the Lockwood-Stackhouse Stage and the Rising Biscuit Stage (formerly the Emerging Artist Stage) both come to life.
After years of not being able to use the name…the King Biscuit Blues Festival is back!
Travel the Blues Highway to immerse yourself in the deep history of the blues.
In Memphis, TN, from April through September every Wednesday is Bike Night On Beale.
“Papa” Don McMinn has traveled the world entertaining millions, but his biggest success includes his two sons who have followed in his footsteps.
With Steady As She Goes, Hot Tuna once again proves they have what it takes.