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Roughly a quarter-century ago, B.B. King said of Joe Bonamassa that "he hasn't even begun to scratch the surface."
Singer/songwriter Ray Bonneville has released a new CD called "Easy Gone" with music that reflects his musical and personal journey from French-speaking Canada to his current home in Austin,Texas.
You might need to go back to your great-grandfather to hear stories about the plate of food that saved the nation.
Much to the anticipation of blues music aficionados worldwide, acclaimed blues guitarist Eli Cook will be releasing his new CD titled 'Primitive Son' on April 29, 2014 on Cleopatra Records.
The indefatigable globe-trotting King Pleasure and The Biscuit Boys are set to play a rare hometown gig when they return to Birmingham to feature at The Jam House on Thursday.
The Red Devils have endured a difficult first season under the Scotsman's tutelage and are said to be eyeing Rey final against Real Madrid on Wednesday but many feel a defeat would be the final straw for the Argentinian.
The Barnesville-Lamar County Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting applications from those interested in participating as a food judge for the 10th Annual BBQ & Blues Festival.
The Black Keys continue to trickle out music from their upcoming album. This time, the duo has issued the album's title track, "Turn Blue," a laid-back psychedelic soul groove number.
That's right, you're gonna give me more time: Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band now have an extra hour onstage at the 2014 New Orleans Jazz Fest.
BabaJack, who are based around the talents of Becky Tate and Trevor Steger, already find themselves nominated for a brace of titles at the British Blues Awards 2014, with more categories still be to announced.
Although it was a wooden cube roughly seven feet to a side, it did not look much like a clubhouse, even the one used by Tubby and pals in "Little Lulu."
A lot has happened in the past week in Central Iowa. Here are some music notes that you may have missed.
By GREG HAYMES TROY - It wasn't long ago that Troy's own Sean Rowe was banging out his tunes at little Capital Region cafes and bars like the Daily Grind, Bread & Jam Cafe and Tess' Lark Tavern.
Bunzy Bunworth and Scrapple the pig in the 1998 cult classic, 'Scrapple.' The film's producer/star Geoff Hanson has organized an April 5 Scrapple Fest as a new KOTO-radio fundraiser.
Rhythm Sessions - a Lindy and Blues event and West Philadelphia's monthly jam for jazz dance, jazz music, and jazz fans - is happening again this Sunday, April 13 at Studio 34 on Baltimore Ave. in West Philly.
And Bruce Willis had an impromptu meeting with his Mercury Rising co-star Alec Baldwin on the street in the 90210.