Sunday Apr 6
The Burlington Free Press
Searching for the roots of the blues
The flat expanse of the Mississippi Delta holds within its soil the very souls from which the blues first came.
The George Towner
Keb' Mo': Bluesman Is Keeping It Real
Musically, the guy known as Keb' Mo' can do a lot of things. Whether it's smooth or fast-paced rhythm and blues, funk, jazz, folk and even a little bit of country, here and there, he loves to collaborate with other musicians, notably jazz players or country legend Vince Gill and the great Bonnie Raitt.
Blues project still influencing Big Head Todd
Todd Park Mohr, frontman of Big Head Todd and the Monsters, was never a stranger to the blues.
Blues music is heralded as an American invention and while men like Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters were fathers of the genre, blues wasn't solely the purview of U.S.-born musicians.
Detroit's Elder Wilson at 103: Still preaching, playing gospel harmonica
Elder Roma Wilson: At 103 years old, the Detroit man is still preaching and playing the harmonica for the glory of God.
Busy spring lineup at White Horse Black Mountain
BLACK MOUNTAIN - Jazz, acoustic and world music are coming up in this early spring at White Horse Black Mountain, 105C Montreat Road.
MUSIC: Big Head Todd & the Monsters dive deeper into the blues
Todd Park Mohr, frontman of Big Head Todd & The Monsters, never was a stranger to the blues.
All About Jazz
Read "Robert Johnson: King of the Delta Blues Singers Vol I & II"
For many, he is the greatest blues man of all time, certainly the most well regarded by modern popular culture.
One Mo' time
Keb' Mo' is singing the blues again -- and that is likely to make many of his fans happy.