War’s harmonica player Lee Oskar steps out with an eclectic set of instrumental songs on Never Forget that address his family’s experiences in the Holocaust.
North Mississippi Allstars have a new album on tap in Set Sail, and they team with Stax legend William Bell for their latest single, “Never Want to Be Kissed”.
Justin Adams and Mauro Durante create a mesmerizing blend of folk and blues to find common ground for a world locked down by Covid.
On Faster, Samantha Fish ventures into new territory from country rock to hard rock, to pop and R&B to hip-hop, without sacrificing her essential toughness.
Plucking chords with steel-tipped determination, Buffalo Nichols brandishes his songs with the worn sentimentality that has had many scarred souls in lonely bars crying into their beers.
Pokey LaFarge’s mix of esoteric styles takes him all over the planet, from the doo-wop city streets of big cities to the tropical climate of the Caribbean.
Michael J. Sheehy sings of transcendence and resolve and, driven by a poignancy that can only be of the preserve of songwriters everywhere.
Fans reveled in the return of the 15-year-old Roots N Blues Festival and its celebration of roots music women amid a sun-drenched weekend in Missouri.
Colin Linden’s latest single has a down and dirty vibe thanks to greasy slide guitar licks and lyrics about living in the street and hiding from the heat.
Phillip-Michael Scales and Archie Lee Hooker’s Blues Scorcher “When They Put Me in My Grave” (premiere)
Phillip-Michael Scales’ latest tune “When They Put Me in My Grave” features electrifying licks that call back to B.B. King’s iconic style.