A riotous tribute to Little Walter that doesn't play like a faithful homage.
The veteran bluesman is writing, singing, and playing harp as well as ever, and shows he's just gotten better at making records.
The debut album by the 20-year-old Clarksdale, Mississippi native more than lives up to the hype.
While the California guitar slinger has always been a fine singer, he ups the ante without sacrificing his fire and power here.
Supported by the Self-Made Men and saxophonist Dana Robbins, McClinton touches upon all manners of blues on this rollicking record.
On their second pairing, Nick Moss Band and Dennis Gruenling deliver another set of brawny modern Chicago blues.
A wildly adventurous blues, funk, R&B, hip-hop, and hard rock hybrid that speaks of America in 2019 with raw passion and wisdom.
The Texas guitar man returns with a swinging set of unlikely covers of vintage jump blues, R&B, doo wop, and more showcasing his inimitable style.
The Delta blues singer collaborates with Black Key Dan Auerbach on his richest-sounding album.
On her Mike Zito-produced Ruf Records debut, the pianist, singer, and songwriter delivers a dazzling take on modern blues.
On his ninth studio outing, the Louisiana-born guitarist and songwriter delivers his most diverse, consistent, organic recording to date.
Produced by Dan Auerbach, this is perhaps the final session from one of the last true Delta bluesmen, and it's simply a stunner.
Cut live-in-studio, the guitarist assembles a small band to back a stellar cast of female vocalists who offer soulful, rootsy covers and originals.
Sharply written and simply produced by Ben Harper, this is another sustaining session from the treasured singer.
Inspired by a collection of forgotten photos, the band, friends, and family celebrate the ties that bind with rocking Hill Country blues.
Celebrated Nashville producer Dave Cobb captures the heart, soul, and fire of the pedal steel man's powerhouse band.
On her Rounder debut, the guitar-slinging blueswoman delivers a soulful, gritty, sometimes raucous look at love through soul, blues, and roots rock.
After a couple of years of poignant losses, this 12-piece outfits returns bloodied but unbowed with soulful, spiky, and adventurous music.
A raucous, vibrant, funny collection that brings Chicago blues into the modern age.
This pioneering Michigan blues-rock band finally gets an album of their own with this collection of archival live recordings.
On his sixth album in four years, the Irish singer/songwriter soulfully returns to all-original material for the first time since 2016.
A long-overdue four-disc box chronicling the history of the Chicago blues and R&B label from the 1950s and '60s.
Unreleased archival recordings of a legendary weekend of deep blues, featuring Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Howlin' Wolf, and more.