A review of a live concert by the blues and rock band The Bare Bones Boogie Band.
A review of Almost Broke by the blues band Poor Boy.
This is an article about one of the last real honky tonk clubs in the Washington D.C. area. The name of the club was the Surf Club. It opened in 1955 and featured numerous artists ranging from class country artists to blues artists and cajun/ zydeco artists. Unfortunately it closed it...
Red's is the name of a small little juke joint in Clarksdale Mississippi. It has been in operation for over twenty years and features music from local Mississippi blues artists. The patrons include locals as well as people from around the world. Robert Plant has frequented Red's more ...
Charlie Patton is less well known than Robert Johnson to the general public. However, Patton was far better known in the Mississippi Delta in the 1930s than Johnson was. Patton is the founding father of the Mississippi Delta blues. He was a significant influence on Johnson and many o...
Numerous books have been written about the history of the blues. This article looks at three authors that provide remarkably original and insightful views about the history of blues and the African American experience. Alan Lomax, Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones), and Andrew Ward. Ward actu...
A CD review for Almost Broke by the blues band Poor Boy
A review of The Mathematics of Love by Peter Parcek.
A CD Review of So Good by singer and guitarist Robi Zonca
A Review of Jimmie Vaughan Plays Blues, Ballads and Favourites
A Review of Streets of Heaven by John Illsley, formerly of Dire Straits.
A CD Review of Pimps and Preachers by singer songwriter Paul Thorn.
CD Review of Roots 2 by Stewart Hardy and Frank McLaughlin
CD Review - The Snowy White Blues Project - In our time - Live
A Review of Metallic Spheres by The Orb featuring David Gilmour.