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Music Review: Steve Earle and the Dukes – ‘Terraplane,’ the Blues Album Earle was Bound to Make

Steve Earle and the Dukes Terraplane

Earle and his longtime band delve into many corners of the blues and find gold in every one. Read More »

Music Review: Indie Roundup – Claire Lynch Band’s Holiday Album, Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons, The Suitcase Junket

ben hunter and joe seamons

I never thought of it before, but The Claire Lynch Band did: Could any instrument be a better choice to power "Jingle Bells" than the banjo? Read More »

Music Review: Little G Weevil – ‘Moving’


Little G Weevil provides great old-style blues with original songs done with acoustic instruments. Read More »

Book Review: Love in Vain: A Vision of Robert Johnson by Alan Greenberg

Love in Vain is a brilliant evocation of the dark, dangerous world of Robert Johnson and other early blues musicians. Read More »

Music Review: Carolyn Wonderland – Peace Meal

"She should be nationwide! What's she doing?" Read More »

Music DVD Reviews: Pentagram – When The Screams Come; Johnny Winter – Live at Rockpalast; Rory Gallagher – Irish Tour ’74

Music DVD Roundup: Some fine rock music DVDs have been released in the last few months. Included here are three of the best. Read More »

In Passing: David “Honeyboy” Edwards (1915-2011)

One of the last of the Delta Bluesmen passes away at age 96. Read More »

DVD Review: Robert Plant’s Blue Note

Robert Plant has moved on. Read More »

Music Review: Robert Johnson – The Centennial Collection

The finest Robert Johnson collection to date. Read More »

Music Review: Albert King – The Definitive Albert King On Stax

Excellent collection of Albert's electric blues. Read More »