If a time machine could propel you back a century, to ONE pre-war recording session with ONE legendary bluesman—WHO would you choose? World-renowned record collector John Tefteller shares his wish.
The Kimbrough name is part of a blues dynasty, begun by the legendary Junior Kimbrough. His youngest son, Robert Kimbrough Sr. is driven to carry on his late father's hypnotic, polyrhythmic Cotton Patch Soul Blues—considered almost a genre unto itself. Here Robert reflects on losses and gains in his life and career.
Bill Steber's been capturing Mississippi blues culture with his camera lens for nearly three decades with images are evocative, provocative and memorable. Here the acclaimed photographer takes on issues of race, culture, access and avocation.
Grammy award winner Elijah Wald weighs in on the 2020 book about Robert Johnson, "Brother Robert: Growing Up With Robert Johnson" by his "baby sis" Mrs. Annye Anderson.
A promotional poster of the "King of the Delta blues" grabbed Bud Pazur's attention. Seeing the legendary Son House in 1967 changed his life.
Meet James "Hungry Sellers and how he first found the blues in the 1960s segregated south.
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