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Music Review: George Thorogood and the Destroyers – ‘George Thorogood and The Destroyers’ [2013 Reissue]

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Thorogood's debut didn't revolutionize American blues or rock and roll but it's enjoyable for the beer hall or smoky night club. Read More »

Music Review: Alan Wilson – The Blind Owl

The Blind Owl, is a hot two-CD memorial to the often overlooked Canned Heat vocalist Alan Wilson. Read More »

Music Review: John Lee Hooker Jr. – All Hooked Up

John Lee Hooker Jr. is performing blues that should appeal to all generations. Read More »

Music DVD Review: John Lee Hooker – Cook With The Hook: Live 1974

Cook With The Hook is John Lee Hooker coasting with the blues. Read More »

Book Review: When I Left Home: My Story by Buddy Guy

Buddy Guy’s autobiography goes behind the scenes of the great Chicago Blues renaissance and beyond. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Bar-B-Cue’n Blues

Catbone releases compilation of previously unreleased blues tracks Read More »

Music Review: Glee Cast: “Blame It on the Alcohol”

This week’s Glee episode featured an unexpected duet between Lea Michele and Darren Criss. Read More »

Music Review: Albert Castiglia – Keepin On

Castiglia plays with fire on Keepin On... Read More »

Music Review: The Morlocks – The Morlocks Play Chess

The Morlocks Play Chess shows just how dangerous music can still sound in the right hands. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – This is the Blues Volumes 3 & 4

“...a plaintive cry of soulful desperation.” Read More »