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If I Ever Get Lucky

If summer’s all about freedom, then this episode of our (have we mentioned talk-“free”?) BluesPowR Radio Hour fits right in, featuring doubleshots from both the Tucci Band and blues-rocking “Mama” Ana Popovic; “Something Strange” from the Billy Price Band; some … Continue reading

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John Primer, Bob Corritore celebrate latest album with Rhythm Room release party

Even those of us seemingly afflicted by “Born Under a Bad Sign” syndrome (you know, where “if it wasn’t bad luck, [we] wouldn’t have no luck at all”) can experience a small stroke of good fortune every once in a … Continue reading

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Blues vets Primer, Corritore reunite for Ain’t Nothing You Can Do!

Despite the current political mood, this spring seems to be one of much collaboration in the blues music world, with new joint projects out or on the way from the likes of Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’, Charlie Musselwhite and … Continue reading

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My Feelings Won’t Be Hurt

With All Hallows’ Eve already upon us, here’s another frighteningly good, talk-free episode of our BluesPowR Radio Hour to help get you through the witching (or any other) hour, this time featuring music from Sugar Blue, the Nick Moss Band, … Continue reading

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Harmonica player Bob Corritore, rising singer/guitarist Big Jon Atkinson host House Party at Big Jon’s

We’ve told you here before about some of the terrific collaborations Chicago-born harmonica player Bob Corritore has recorded in recent years, teaming with industry veterans such as Tail Dragger, Henry Gray, and John Primer, to name just a few. Though … Continue reading

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Blues Won’t Let Me Take My Rest

What could be better than another edition of our BluesPowR Radio Hour to help keep your holiday season grooving? How about another edition that’s actually two more shows jammed into one?! Here for your listening pleasure is another two hours … Continue reading

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Still teaming: Harp ace Bob Corritore, pianist Henry Gray chronicle two decades of collaborating with Blues Won’t Let Me Take My Rest

We’ve heard him on joint projects with the likes of John Primer¬†and Tail Dragger, and also as a guest on recordings from Diunna Greenleaf, Mud Morganfield, Louisiana Red, The Mannish Boys, and Dave Specter, to name just a few, not … Continue reading

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Chicago guitarist Dave Specter delivers Message in Blue with latest Delmark release

There aren’t many musicians out there who could pull off a song acknowledging some of the biggest names in Chicago blues without coming across as somewhat opportunistic or trite. But Chicago native guitarist, bandleader, and producer Dave Specter manages to … Continue reading

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Muddy Waters Tribute caps off stellar night of blues focused on fighting cancer

It’s not every day that you get to see two former guitarists with Muddy Waters‘ band perform together on the same stage, backed by an all-star band of some of the top names in the blues music world. And while … Continue reading

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A first look at Project Blues Review 2014

The late, great Muddy Waters once sang about a dream he had on his mind and when he woke up the next morning, not a thing could he find. Saturday night’s Project Blues Review was so good, we thought we … Continue reading

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