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.
Goldmine’s deepest sympathies to the family and friends of 5th Dimension manager Marcus Melvin Gordon, Kiss manager Bill Aucoin and Lynyrd Skynyrd backup singer Deborah Jo White, Charles “Melvin” Lewis, Lonnie W. Heard and others
This vlog episode takes us to The Archive of Contemporary Music whose lofty goal is to collect EVERY record distributed in the USA! A lofty goal but with over 2,000,000 in their possession, they are well on their way!
Blues records made a nice showing in online auction results. But don’t worry, Elvis and Beatles fans — your guys are here, too.
The song’s basic framework was in place long before Little Richard put pen to paper, or for that matter, before he was even born, as James “Boodle It” Wiggins, recorded “Keep Knocking But You Can’t Get In.”
Bluesman Furry Lewis should’ve been busting his buttons that two artists who hit it big in the 1950s thought enough of his early work to, um, “sample” it.