Otis Rush died recently but not before leaving a lasting blues and soul legacy
The debut album from The Rides is in stores this week. Kenny Wayne Shepherd tells us about his new band with Stephen Stills.
We made a list of our favorite guitarists of all time, and this week, we count down from 35 to 21. Did your favorite make the list?
In 1965, one of the most highly regarded blues bands ever assembled coalesced around harmonica genius Paul Butterfield. Their first album for Elektra Records remains a genre classic.
Each Thanksgiving at the Flucke household, we have a special tradition where we open up the mojo bag and drop in some new gris-gris, playing Dr. John and Professor Longhair…
Mike Bloomfield’s second album has received the digital reissue treatment, and Mojo Flucke revels in the “classic 1970s R&B and funk stew.”
Mojo Flucke has returned from an unexplained disappearance, still woozy from a cold shot of ’60s blues powerhouse Super Session.