Six performers, one album, five singles, one book and one magazine founder will be inducted at the Blues Foundation’s 38th Annual Induction Ceremony on May 10.
Goldmine gets some sage advice from bluesman Bobby Rush.
Former Black Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson describes how he feels liberated in his own “Flux” sound.
A review of new music collecting guides for those who have collect an assortment of music genres in different formats.
Lemon Henry Jefferson died during one of the worst Chicago winters on record, but his music lives on with quite the electric spirit.
It’s The Latest! It’s The Greatest! C’mon along and do the “Beale Street Breakdown” with Jed Davenport and his Beale Street Jug Band!
From blues to jazz, there are quite a few new releases that are as energetic and interesting as any current music on CD.
Goldmine chats with the founder of Stony Plain Records, Holger Petersen, about producing quality blues and roots music for 40 years.
American blues musician Gus Cannon died broke and alone on the streets of Memphis, but at one time his band, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, were the premiere jug band around.
It’s hard not to like “Big Bill Broonzy Sings Folk Songs” as a new remastered vinyl reissue. Like the man himself, it
deserves much love.