In Like Flynn Tavern follows a legend
Live music could be coming soon to the renovated J. Patrick's Pub space in Locust Point.
David 'Honeyboy' Edwards
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'Cadillac Records' offers quite a ride
Early Rock Hall of Famer known for innovative beat, wide influence
The thoughts of a pagan at Eastertide
Slowhand tells life story
A spectrum of the blues
Psychedelicizing the blues Music: At the Monterey Pop Festival, Jimi Hendrix, who was 24, launched himself on the world and in the process shifted the face of the pop music scene. It was 1967.
BLUES pilgrimage Without the blues, there would be no rock and roll
'Walking catalog' of music lives for blues, its history Science teacher called an expert on the subject
Singing the blues, Chicago style Making music: The city's north side is home to a number of clubs that feature first-class acts and up-and-coming artists every day of the year.
Montgomery changes it up, but songs remain the same shallow
Sunnyland Slim, 87, a legendary blues pianist...
Thanks to early teachers, Koko Taylor sings blues with the best of them
Clapton sticks to old blues, and casts his familiar spell
Promise of 'Foreign Student' founders under flat direction
Title: "The Big Book of the Blues"Author:...
Tragically unhip when it comes to popular music
Hammond's blues keep the traditional music alive and red-hot
Albert King's blues brought much joy APPRECIATION
Blues, folk giants preserved on video
Early 'Shindig!' included stars who would shine later
Legendary blues writer and producer Willie Dixon dies of heart failure
'For the Boys' a letdown despite Midler's charm
Shriver Hall Series organizers hope gala will kick off another 25 years of music
REOPENING THE DOORS Posthumous popularity of Jim Morrison is hard to account for
From Rock's Aristocracy to South Baltimore Gigs A Letter From Johnny Winter's Bus