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Alex Di Reto - My Own SongAlex Di Reto album My Own Song is a nice collection of blues songs. All the music on My Own Song was recorded with only Alex voice and guitar. The…
This is a wonderful combination of contemporary jazz, funk, blues and some straight-ahead influences. Willie Pooch is a fine blues singer and Tony Monaco shines brillian…
On Mojo Priest, Steven Seagal and Thunderbox's second album, there is a steady groove that is consistent throughout. The first song, "Somewhere In Between," con…
Bernard Allison offers everything on Energized, a Ruf Record recorded live at the Musa in Germany in 2005. Allison opens up his disc with an instrumental, but d…
Ben Carroll’s debut album Lover Undercover displays warmth, passion, deep toned clarity and melodically strewn blues-pop vocals. His acoustic broths have equivale…
Tupelo Mississippi has always been know as the birthplace of the King of Rock and Roll, but now it can also be known as the birthplace of the new King of the Blues, Will…
Tab Benoit is really at his best live at a nice crazy venue like the Rock ‘n Bowl in New Orleans, jamming like mad on the guitar, breaking string after string after string …
Whether the mood calls for blues or jazz, there is a sultry appeal when a vocalist can master both genres with ease. As strong as some of the greats may have been, Margu…
British blues legend John Mayall’s musical persona might be akin to jazz drummer/bandleader Art Blakey’s mentoring of those who possess raw talent and display the goods …
Linda Hopkins released her first album in 25 years on her 82nd birthday in mid-December, 2006. She’s a very gutsy gal and still puts whitecaps on the beer when she shouts t…