The Beatles may not have known how to read music, but they sure knew how to work its fundamentals to make hit songs. And they weren’t alone. Learn the secret behind some of the most addictive songs in rock.
In this interview, blues guitarist Dexter Allen talks about his first live album and his indebtedness to the church.
After the massive success of “Silk Degrees,” Boz Scaggs took an unexpected path to follow another musical passion and his latest album, “Out of the Blues,” finds him in fine form.
His astonishing debut LP was recorded when Ted Hawkins was a street performer – and released when he was in jail. The reissue from Craft Recordings lovingly recaptures his unique blend of blues, folk, and soul.
What’s new on the scene? Releases from Grammy nominee Janiva Magness, Muddy Waters’ offspring Mud Morganfield, and Sunshine State trailblazers Backstreet Blues Band.