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The 39th Blues Music Awards

The Blues Foundation is announced the nominees of the best Traditional Blues Male Artist for the 39th Blues Music Awards, one of them is our artist John Primer, congratulation ! John is one of the best Traditional Chicago Bluessinger and Guitarplayer! John Primer has undisputedly helped build the sound and style of Chicago blues as we […]

Jimmy Johnson 90th Birthday

Happy Birthday to Jimmy Johnson!  Chicago blues musician Jimmy Johnson didn’t release his first full domestic album until he was 50 years old. He’s determinedly made up for lost time ever since, establishing himself as one of the Windy City’s premier blues artists with a twisting, unpredictable guitar style and a soaring, soul-dripping vocal delivery that stand […]

Errol Dixon: Blues & Piano Boogie Woogie “Midnight Train”

Errol was born 1939. As a boy, he moved to New York and later to London. His biggest hit was “Midnight Train”. Errol is living in Switzerland and still playing at festivals. The recordings on this CD were done in Vienna 1973 – thanks to Hans Maitner! He is one of the last living original […]

John Primer Europe Tour

  Our artist John Primer is on Europe tour! Be part of his amazing shows, it’s gonna be great! John Primer has undisputedly helped build the sound and style of Chicago blues as we know it today. The echos of tradition bellowing from the birthplaces he played such as: Maxwell Street, Theresa’s, Checkerboard and Rosa’s […]

Sonny Boy Nelson – Complete Recordings 1936, Soon Back In Stock

The Album of Sonny Boy Nelson “Complete Recordings 1936” will be back in stock soon! It will be released with a new Cover-Artwork Information: Sonny Boy Nelson or Eugene Powell was famous for his fingerpicking guitar style. Also the recordings from Mississippi Mathilda and Robert Hill from 1930 are on this CD! A must have for fans […]

Snooky Pryor – All My Money Gone

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 SNOOKY PRYOR – All My Money Gone Snooky Pryor created the amplified down home sound of post-war Chicago Blues. His singin´ and harp playing was influenced by John Lee Williamson (Sonny Boy I.) He recorded in the 50´s on the Labels J.O.B., Parrot & Vee Jay Records.In the 70´s and 80´s he toured again frequently […]