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Simo

He’s been hailed one of the best guitarists out of Nashville and lauded for his psych-rock tunes, garnering comparisons to respected talent like Jimmy Page and the Grateful Dead. The … read more

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Debbie Bond

Often likened to Bonnie Raitt, Alabama blues-lady Debbie Bond’s latest release, Enjoy The Ride, kicks off strongly with an upbeat, optimistic surge of soul and passion on the title track … read more

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Doug Kershaw

Popularly known as “The Ragin’ Cajun,” Doug Kershaw’s impact on contemporary country music might have been as formidable as either Johnny Cash, Hank Snow or Hank Williams had it not … read more

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Gleasons Drift

Ok, you may have never heard of Gleasons Drift, but it looks like they’ve been at it for a while now, with four records in the past twelve years. Their new … read more

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Paul Reddick

Typically you wouldn’t associate the term “wall of sound” with blues and certainly not with Paul Reddick’s previous releases produced by Colin Linden. The sound here, with production from fellow … read more

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The Honeycutters

There’s plenty of controversy coming out of North Carolina these days, but Asheville stands apart both politically and musically. One of the area’s best, The Honeycutters, has dubbed their sound … read more

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Big Jon Atkinson and Bob Corritore

One of the purest, most traditional blues albums of 2016 comes courtesy of 26 year-old guitarist and vocalist Big Jon Atkinson, in collaboration with Chicago-steeped harmonica veteran Bob Corritore. They … read more

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Ana Popovic

As we’ve followed Ana Popovic’s career, we’ve sensed her versatility from blues to rock to funk to jazz, yet we’ve never heard it all on record until now. To say … read more

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Nick Moss Band

The Nick Moss Band is a multi-faceted unit as the title infers. Disc One – Roots is as good an album of Chicago blues as you’ll hear. Disc Two- Fruits … read more

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Rachael Sage

First a disclaimer… To compare Rachel Sage to other great women artists of our age is by no means intended as a chauvinist statement. Her dozen or so previous offerings … read more

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