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By TrAGiK Entertainment
Blues Movie in Development to Stress Importance of Blues in American History

By Plymouth Crossroads
Some of the coolest and heppest blues bands in Buffalo come together to raise funds to fight teenage homelessness and support Plymouth Crossroads.

By Blues in da Parish Festival
The 2013 Blues in da Parish Festival will be held on October 5, 2013 from 11 am to 6 pm at Docville Farm, 5125 E St Bernard Hwy in Violet, LA. Taking the stage from 4:30 pm - 4:30 pm will be the Alabama Slim Blues Revue with Little Freddie King.

By Blues in da Parish Festival
Fee festival to be held October 5, 2013 in Violet, Louisiana.

By Community Center of St Bernard
The 2013 Blues in da Parish Festival will be held on October 5, 2013 at Docville Farm in Violet, LA. Taking the stage from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm will be Paula and the Pontiacs, known for their "gut-bucket" Blues, classic R&B, and soulful originals.

By Blues Island Records
Blues Island Records digitally releases Wayne Baker Brooks new track, “I Can Read Your Mind” from the much-anticipated EP “Tricks Up My Sleeves”

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By TrAGiK Entertainment
Blues Movie in Development to Stress Importance of Blues in American History

By Plymouth Crossroads
Some of the coolest and heppest blues bands in Buffalo come together to raise funds to fight teenage homelessness and support Plymouth Crossroads.

By NickyOMG.com
Like the surprise of Elvis being born in the tiny town of Tupelo, Ms., Nicky was born in an even smaller town, Morristown,

By Blues in da Parish Festival
The 2013 Blues in da Parish Festival will be held on October 5, 2013 from 11 am to 6 pm at Docville Farm, 5125 E St Bernard Hwy in Violet, LA. Taking the stage from 4:30 pm - 4:30 pm will be the Alabama Slim Blues Revue with Little Freddie King.

By Blues in da Parish Festival
Fee festival to be held October 5, 2013 in Violet, Louisiana.

By Community Center of St Bernard
The 2nd Annual Blues in da Parish Festival will be held on October 5, 2013 at Docville Farm, 5124 E St Bernard Hwy in Violet, Louisiana.

By Community Center of St Bernard
The 2013 Blues in da Parish Festival will be held on October 5, 2013 at Docville Farm in Violet, LA. Taking the stage from 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm will be Paula and the Pontiacs, known for their "gut-bucket" Blues, classic R&B, and soulful originals.

By Red Hot Blues Cruise
Hot Peppers - Great Blues - Cool Cars A gathering of spicy food, blues music and car show FREE...

By Blue Pie Productions
Jack Derwin is a countryside Australian blues artist who is taking the world by storm with his latest hit album, ‘Covered All In Blue’.

By www.doremitickets.com
The Eric Clapton tour 2013 starts on March 14th with a concert in Phoenix, Arizona and will play an additional 15 dates across the country with opening act The Wallflowers.

By Community Center of St Bernard
The first annual Blues in da Parish Festival will be held on October 20, 2012. This free event will feature 7 hours of live music beginning at noon at Docville Farm, 5124 E St Bernard Hwy, Violet Louisiana.

By Blues Island Records
Blues Island Records digitally releases Wayne Baker Brooks new track, “I Can Read Your Mind” from the much-anticipated EP “Tricks Up My Sleeves”

By Blue Pie Records
Dave Sharp and the Ann Arbor Music Center hosts a Student Concert at Wolverine State Brewery MAY 26, 2012 6-8pm

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Two-time Grammy winner and world renowned blues legend Taj Mahal performs in Raleigh on Saturday, Feb. 18, closing out PineCone's 2011-2012 Down Home Concert Series.

By Kali Amanda Browne
The King of the Blues performed at New York City's legendary Blue Note Jazz Club and Kali Amanda Browne howled at the moon in February of 1998. This is the story of that fateful evening.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
A Native American slide blues musician, 14-year-old Lakota John Locklear, will perform at the NC Museum of History in Raleigh on Sunday, Jan. 8 at 3 p.m. This concert is part of the Music of the Carolinas series and is free and open to the public.

By Run Forrest
This year The Legendary Blues Train celebrates 18 years of riding the rails, bringing world-class blues acts in vintage rattler train carriages, jamming its way down the Bellarine Rail track and through the natural beauty of The Bellarine, Victoria.

By Terrance Schemansky
Having learned to play harmonica in a park in west Atlanta and taught to play guitar by two Kentucky natives, Eddie Hall began his music career in a blues influenced environment.

By Blues Society of the Ozarks
Blues Society of the Ozarks announces another stellar line-up for the Greater Ozarks Blues Festival, the original Blues Festival in the Ozarks.

By Terrance Schemansky
Offering a unique take on the art of songwriting, Ben Krahne shares his unique experiences in a way that anybody can relate to.

By 3 Screen Productions
Music icons Eric Clapton and Paul Jones join Joe Bonamassa on stage during this monumental musical performance captured on DVD

By Tamera Nielsen Opin Marketing
West-Michigan based, Vincent Hayes Project comes to East Lansing to raise awareness and funds for the Lansing-based non-profit organization, EVE and draws a crowd as far away as Southeast Michigan to support EVE’s mission of ending domestic abuse

By Angela Ursprung | Your Marketing Rainmaker
Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Face The Music, Paul Kwiecinski announces the release of a “single” from their soon-to-be released 2nd music CD, Your Work is Your Song.

By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
On Sunday, Oct. 10, the Music of the Carolinas Series begins at the NC Museum of History in downtown Raleigh featuring Durham bluesman John Dee Holeman and Piedmont blues musician Andy Coats.

By Terrance Schemansky
Perfectly blending old time Rock riffs with a hint of Country and Blues, Pop’s Rod and Custom is pure southwest indie.

By Terrance Schemansky
Edgy and seductive, the music of Shanta Louise offers listeners content that is deeply optimistic and infectiously catchy. Her powerful and soothing voice is graceful and haunting in its delivery.

By The Trinidaddio Blues Festival
The 12th annual Trinidaddio Blues Fest, slated for Saturday, August 28, will be the second event produced by the Trinidaddio Blues Fest, Inc., a Colorado non-profit corporation. This year is arguably our best ever lineup.

By Jerry V
The Trinidaddio Blues Festival will take place on August 29, 2009 in Central Park Trinidad CO

By Rhetta Akamatsu
Women were and are an essential part of the blues music scene. Give your favorite blues fan or lover of women's history this compilation of the lives and careers of seventeen major blues women who changed the face of music and women's history.

By iVideosongs
iVideosongs debuts three great songs featuring Texas blues rock master Brian Kahanek

By Just Roots PR
Curley’s Foods (www.curlys.com), a division of John Morrell, a wholly owned subsidiary of Smithfield Foods has joined the Detroit Blues Society, the Village of Oxford, Michigan, and the Hot Blues and BBQ, as its very first title sponsor.

By Just Roots PR
The NorthernBlues Music release The Wheel Man wins ‘Album of the Year’ over peers Koko Taylor, Bettye LaVette and Jimmie Vaughan.

By Mike McCarroll
Mike McCarroll completed his debut indie release At The Crossroads with passion and grace and powerful heartfelt words



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