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Twenty years on, Kenny Wayne Shepherd still quite at home playing the blues on Goin’ Home

Here at The BluesPowR Blog, we like Kenny Wayne Shepherd‘s stuff like “Blue on Black” or “True Lies” just as much as the next guy or gal, but for us, his band has never sounded better than when they’re fully … Continue reading

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Ursula Ricks offers some down-home soul-blues on My Street

Okay, we admit it: we hadn’t really heard much about soul/blues singer Ursula Ricks either before receiving a copy of her debut album My Street (Severn Records), despite having spent quite a few years bouncing around the same Baltimore/D.C. suburbs where Ricks has been … Continue reading

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Bluesman Sugaray Rayford plays it Dangerous on new solo release

Last week, we told you about some of the great new blues releases coming out in September, a majority of them hitting the shelves this week. Perhaps our favorite of this most recent bunch comes from one from the best blues singers … Continue reading

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Quick takes: Volker Strifler, Tail Dragger & Bob Corritore, and Mac Arnold & friends

We’ve had the pleasure of reviewing some pretty terrific albums in recent weeks, including new releases from Mud Morganfield, Curtis Salgado, the Phantom Blues Band, Pinetop Perkins, Janiva Magness, and Lurrie Bell, among others. But those aren’t the only ones worth adding to your blues music … Continue reading

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