Bo Weavil - A son of pride

With "A Son Of Pride" the new album by Bo Weavil & Band, Matthieu Fromont version of the blues is more electric and sophisticated than before. At the crossroads of rock, funk and garage rhythm 'n blues... Dynamite pulp blues!

Popa Chubby - Big, Bad and Beautiful Live

It has been ten long years since Popa Chubby released a live album. This double live CD was recorded in march 2015 and features Popa's hits from Booty and The Beast all the way to his 25th Anniversary CD "I'm feeling lucky". As a special treat Popa and band offer up an impromptu mini set of Rolling Stones classics. This is a career defining live release for the 55 year old NYC guitar slinger!

Balkun Brothers - Balkun Brothers

Seduced by the pissed off blues rock of two nasty little brats from Connecticut, Popa Chubby decided to produce their first album and to hit the road with them. Saint Slide pray for us, time has come for the Balkun Brothers!

Duke Robillard - The Acoustic Blues & Roots

An acoustic guitar in his hands, the Duke, once again, demonstrates his love for the blues, ragtime, early jazz, country and folk music pioneers and pay homage to the founding fathers who laid the foundations of today's american roots music.

Guy Davis - Kokomo Kidd

This new Cd by Guy Davis recaptures the fierce style and the coarse voice of a performer that many consider as the leader of the New York acoustic blues scene. Less stiff than his previous disc "Juba Dance", it features again Fabrizio Poggi and also Charlie Musselwhite (for a memorable cover of "Little Red Rooster") and many others top notch sidemen.

Eric Bibb & JJ Milteau - Lead Belly's Gold

Huddie Ledbetter was many things - a legendary songster, a fugitive, a prisoner and a celebrity - exploited and adored. Above all, he was a man who loudly claimed his right to be treated with respect. With great love for his music and deep respect for the man, singer/guitarist Eric Bibb & harmonica virtuoso JJ Milteau (together with drummer Larry Crockett) pay tribute to the one and only LEAD BELLY. Don"t miss this exciting new collaboration from these two stars of contemporary blues!

Including: Midnight Special – On a Monday - Bourgeois Blues - Goodnight, Irene - Rock Island Line – Where Did You Sleep Last Night - Grey Goose – Stewball - House Of The Rising Sun – Pick A bale Of Cotton & more

Amos Garrett - James Burton - Albert Lee - David Wilcox - Guitar Heroes

Four legendary Telecaster guitar Masters on stage performing together at the Vancouver Island MusicFest, July 12th 2013. The material on this album covers Blues, Rock and a touch of Country. Albert Lee said it best 'Welcome to my dream!' It's truly a dream for all fans of guitar music!

Guy Verlinde - Better Days Ahead

The brand new album from Belgian #1 blues artist Guy Verlinde, formerly known as “Lightnin' Guy”, is his most very personal album so far. "Better Days Ahead" is a blues & roots album with a typical "Guy Verlinde" contemporary twist; an album about hope, positive energy & about how to overcome the setbacks in life. For all you blues lovers who like slide guitar & harmonica and who are open for some new shades of blues.

Little Bob Blues Bastards - Howlin'

European rock’s best kept secret, Little Bob is a true rocking class hero raised in the French city port of Le Havre. A town chosen by the Finnish filmmaker Aki Kaurismäki for its atmosphere and music scene in his 2011 comedy-drama that he called “Le Havre”, saying “this city is the Memphis, Tennessee of France and Little Bob is the Elvis of this Kingdom”. Having recorded some 20 albums, Little Bob with “Howlin’” is paying homage to the great blues shouter Howlin’ Wolf, one of the main influence of his beginnings, some 50 years ago. And beware, this guy is not a living museum of rock‘n'roll, he IS rock‘n’roll.

Big Daddy Wilson - Time

A new album by this bluesman who hails from North Carolina but sings like no one else. This CD switches between acoustic and electric blues with strong soul and gospel influences. Produced by Big Daddy Wilson, Eric Bibb and Staffan Astner, who, together, co-wrote most of the songs. The guitar playing was shared by Eric and Staffan and Big Daddy's magic voice brings in an irresistible glow.

Harrison Kennedy - This Is From Here

By the time he moved into adulthood, Harrison was swimming with the tide, selling millions of records and touring the world as part of a stellar soul outfit, the Chairmen of the Board. For the past decade, his goal is to offer the blues world an original voice, both innovative and true to its roots. This new recording on the Dixiefrog imprint - after the much celebrated Soulscape - is a winner on all counts. Squeezing the sponge of musical memories gathered as a youth in the hills of Tennessee and on the streets of Detroit, Harrison runs the gamut of the blues, from prewar acoustic sounds to rhythm & blues rockers.

Dom Flemons - Prospect Hill

Dom Flemons is the « American Songster," pulling from traditions of old-time folk music to create new sounds. As part of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, which he co-founded with Rhiannon Giddens and Justin Robinson, he has played all over the world during the last ten years. Today Dom releases his third solo record, and hisfirst since leaving the Carolina Chocolate Drops. With Prospect Hill Dom Flemons brilliantly revisits Blues, Ragtime and Early Jazz adorned with atinge of Folk Music and Rock’n Roll.

Mighty Mo Rodgers - Mud 'n Blood

The sixth installment of his Blues Odyssey takes Maurice Rodgers into the South of the past. Throughout this haunted musical trip, we see Mo traveling with the memories of an uncle who spent more than twelve years on a chain gang, of a father who was born a mere 20 years after the end of slavery.

To understand the world, you must first understand a place like Mississippi” wrote William Faulkner. Mo Rodgers says nothing else with this poetic masterpiece.