December 10, 1978 – German TV program “Rockpalast” will record Muddy Waters and band – that is Pinetop Perkins (p), […]
December 10, 2010 – Joe Bonamassa and his band featuring Jason Bonham on drums will be at Seminole Hard Rock […]
Eric Clapton’s ‘E. C. Was Here’ is a live album recorded on July 19&20, 1974 at the Long Beach Arena, […]
This day (December 4, 2011), in Wayne, New Jersey, , died Hubert Sumlin, a Chicago blues guitarist and singer.
Willie Dixon’s ‘Willie’s Blues’ is his debut album recorded on December 3, 1959 with Memphis Slim on piano and released […]
‘Blue & Lonesome’ by The Rolling Stones is their twenty third (British) album featuring only cover versions of blues songs.
This day (November 29, 1933), in Macclesfield, England, is born John Mayall, an English blues singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.
November 25, 1971 – you do not miss BB King on “Rollin’ On The River,” a Canadian TV Show hosted […]
This day (November 23, 1995), in Battle Creek, died Junior Walker, an American musician from the Junior Walker & the […]
November 22, 1981 – Muddy Waters performs at the Checkerboard Lounge in Chicago. The Rolling Stones are in town. So […]
B.B. King’s ‘Live at the Regal’ is a live album recorded on November 21, 1964 at the Regal Theater in […]
November 19, 2016 – Joe Bonamassa will be on stage with his band at NYCB Theatre at Westbury in Westbury, […]
Eric Clapton’s ‘Slowhand’ feat. ‘Cocaine’ is his fifth studio album (titled after his nickname) released in November 1977 by Rso […]
This day (November 17, 2006), in Henderson, Nevada, died Ruth Brown, an American singer also known as Queen of R&B.
This day (November 17, 1967), in Houma, Louisiana, is born Tab Benoit, an American blues guitarist, musician and singer
Etta James’ ‘At Last!’ is her debut studio album released on November 15, 1960 by Argo.
November 15, 2003 – Lucky Peterson performs with Reggie Dee Olivier (s), Rico McFarland (g), Charles Edward-Davis (b) and Alphonse […]
This day (November 13, 1942), in New York City, is born John P. Hammond, an American blues singer and guitarist.