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Live Friday Nights: Kenny Wayne Shepherd - Somehow, Somewhere, Someway

This was recorded in 98, back when KYS was a young 19 or so, and he was already a blues legend. He’s so good that Double Trouble hired him to replace SRV. 53 more words


Song of the Day: Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band, "Baby Got Gone"

Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s latest album, Lay It On Down, spent eight weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Blues Chart in the summer of 2017. Here is the album’s first track, “Baby Got Gone.”

Song Of The Day

SHEL absolutely dazzles on UNDERCOVER.

Being a fan of the band SHEL is like being Alice in Wonderland. I just hope the rabbit hole is without end because it keeps getting better and better. 1,610 more words


Walter Trout Interview: We're All in This Together

Walter Trout is the elder statesman of blues rock, with a solo career going back some 28 years. Sixty-six years old and just three years on from a liver transplant that saved his life, he says that he feels like he’s “in the best years of my life right now.” He says he “has a whole different appreciation of being alive, of the world, of my family, of my career, and that he wants “life to be exciting and celebratory.” 2,547 more words


A Tribute To Les Paul: Live From Universal Studios Hollywood

Coming to DVD on September 8th

A live concert tribute to the “godfather of the electric guitar” Les Paul, featuring the world’s best guitarists.

With a legendary career as a hit-making musician, solid-body electric guitar trailblazer, and an inventor of unprecedented recording techniques, he has impacted and influenced the many facets of the music industry like none other. 401 more words


Sidemen: Long Road to Glory.

Sidemen: Long Road to Glory.

(Dir: Scott D. Rosenbaum)

Sidemen, narrated by Marc Maron, is a splendid tribute to three legendary bluesmen – pianist Pinetop Perkins… 324 more words

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