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Taj Mahal, Keb’ Mo’ take blues “All Around the World” with TajMo

We’ve been fortunate to be able to tell you about several pretty terrific blues collaborations in recent weeks: first, a project reuniting guitarist John Primer and harmonica player Bob Corritore, and then a soulful recording from new friends Monster Mike … Continue reading

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Good Morning Blues

This latest edition of our BluesPowR Radio Hour is sure to help wake you up on these post-Super Bowl/Fat Tuesday mornings, with strong nods to both Lead Belly – including the opening cover of the blues/folk great’s “Good Morning Blues” … Continue reading

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Keb’ Mo’ serves up slice of BLUESAmericana

Last week, we gave you something of a preview of singer/songwriter Keb’ Mo’s new album BLUESAmericana (Kind of Blue Music) with a Blues Lyrics of the Week post on the project’s opening track, “The Worst is Yet to Come”. In … Continue reading

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Blues Lyrics of the Week: The Worst is Yet to Come

There are plenty of reasons to like singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Keb’ Mo’s latest album BLUESAmericana, and we’ll tell you all about them in our review of the album coming up here on The BluesPowR Blog. But in the meantime, we couldn’t resist … Continue reading

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Canadian Matt Andersen mines some deep blues on latest CD

As much as I’d like to say I accomplished everything I wanted (and more) by the ringing in of the new year, a small stack of unreviewed new releases decorating my home office might suggest otherwise. Among the albums I … Continue reading

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