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Music Review: James Cotton – Giant

A solid record from a blues giant... Read More »

Music Review: Buddy Guy – Living Proof

Another close-but-not quite from the great Buddy Guy... Read More »

Music Review: Buddy Guy – Living Proof

Carlos Santana and B.B.King join guitar legend Buddy Guy on his biographical CD to show he still has what it takes at seventy-four. Read More »

Music Review: James Cotton – Giant

If he's past his prime, no one's told James Cotton yet-he’s still an absolute giant! Read More »

Celebrating Freddie King

The Texas Cannonball would have turned 76 today... Read More »

Music Review: O.K. Jazz Orchestra – Roots of OK Jazz

The production quality of this CD is spectacular, especially considering that most of these songs originated from 78 rpm records. Read More »

Music Review: Lee Ritenour – 6 String Theory

Each track presents diverse technicians speaking different languages and delivering their message with the music. Read More »

Vote For Your Favorite In Living Blues Magazine Readers Poll

You've got until July 15 to vote for your favorite blues artists and albums... Read More »

Music Review: Joe Bonamassa – Black Rock

Truth in advertising... Read More »

VCV: Joe Bonamassa feat. B.B. King – “Night Life”

Joe Bonamassa and B.B. King I get. Willie Nelson? Didn't see that coming! Read More »