So, just when are the blues a good thing? When you’re making a tidy profit from them, of course.
Just when the record market might be getting predictable, along comes a week to really pitch things off kilter
Songs relive decades with Bishop’s beloved axe, from blues to gospel.
When it comes to Mattie Delaney, there are far more questions than answers
In recent years Foghat decided to make a dream of Lonesome Dave’s a reality: an all-blues record.
As quickly as Hurt came onto the scene, he was gone, because his later records didn’t sell as well as “Frankie.”
Elvis may have left the planet, but he’s still finding his way around the online auction circuit just fine, thank you, thank you very much.
Montoya’s latest album, “I Want It All Back,” makes the move to Ruf Records – Germany’s premier blues label.
Peterson’s album, scheduled for September 28, 2010 release on Dreyfus Records, was made in the Catskills with master Woodstock musicians
Jonny Lang has come a long way. The former teenage blues phenom, now 29, has evolved into a multifaceted performer in which “guitar slinger” is only one of his roles.