As we head into the holiday season, Record Store Day once again brings record stores into the spotlight, and shoppers back into thriving local businesses.
Muddy Waters’ seminal debut LP “The Best Of Muddy Waters” to be reissued on vinyl for first time in 30 years on November 10 via Geffen/UM.
Vocalist Pearl Aday gives her Top 10 albums.
Guests join guitar great onstage for birthday show at the B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts its 18th group of 10, featuring three great female vocalists, more great bands, the Twist & the Blues
“The solo is arranged so it’s really in-your-face guitar,” says Chaquico. “We argued over every second of it at one point.”
Here’s our Oct. 15, 2012, update on vinyl records, CDs, Blu-rays, DVDs and music-related books. Featured artists include Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Peter Garbriel and Freddie Mercury.
As the world celebrates the 100th birthday of Mississippi Delta blues legend Robert Johnson this spring, a new book about the blues genre and the land where it was born is set for release.
Goldmine says goodbye to these noteworthy men and women in music
Chicago didn’t give birth the blues. But the genre metamorphosed there. The king of electric post-war Chicago blues was slide guitarist Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield, 1915-83). Filmed in 1981, “Live At Chicagofest” (Shout! Factory) shows him as down-home regal but aging.