Big band sound with horns, organ, electric guitar, mostly tunes by Bolden and his band, different styles. Play! Advertisements
All originals, smokey vocals and excellent slide guitar! Play!
Harpist and frontman Neil Barnes and Hyde and Seek do a nice mix of covers and originals, a mix of blues styles, too.
Mostly originals, one cover, nice harp, slide and electric guitar. Play!
Mix of covers and originals, rocking to slow, some soul. Play!
2011 release of this great finger pickin’ story teller, wit, intelligence and sincerity. Play!
“The Last Shade Of Blue Before Black” is the 16th release in the Blues Brother’s catalog. Although many years have passed since their Saturday Night Live debut 39 years ago, and a few founding members (most famously John Belushi) are dead, some core members are still very much alive and deliver a smokey, power house […]
2006 release of originals, covers all in strong vocals and nice mix of instrumental styles. Play!
Released in 2011, originals from a strong vocalist and good mix of musical styles. Play!
Excellent female vocals–Lemon’s songs very good–mix of blues and Americana.
San Francisco based duo performing mostly their own compositions of R & B, American with electric guitar and blues. Play!
Strong vocals, excellent band and nice mix of traditionals and covers of classics.
Some good covers and mostly originals. Nice guitar! Play!
Blues harmonica, fun lyrics, roots rock and blues. Play!
A mix of electric and acoustic slide guitar, some horns for a bit of soul. Play!
Excellent soul from a man performing for 7 decades! Play!
A mix of hard blues with acoustic, some tunes more pop than blues.
Soul, gospel, blues –crossover. Play most!
Mix of folk, Asian or Indian elements, harmonica and string quartet. Fun! Play!
Excellent finger picking of slide acoustic guitar, blues, gospel, roots. Play!
Traditional yet modern Gullah songs with jazz elements. Play!
A mix of hard and soft blues, some soul, bongos and banjo! Play!
Mix of 40’s and 50’s style Chicago Blues, slow or honky tonk, swing. Play! Track 4 sounds like it promotes racism–not sure if it’s supposed to be sarcastic or not…
Bordering both rock and blues, with excellent raspy vocals–some variety of rhythms here. Play!