Eric Clapton Unplugged 0

Eric Clapton Unplugged

Eric Clapton Unplugged This album is almost at the top of my all time favourites. It may even be top, depends on my mood. There’s not a bad track on it. Eric Clapton has…Read more

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Regina Bonelli

I’ve been very lucky that I have seen Regina Bonelli performing in New York City a couple of years ago. I was impressed then and I’m even more impressed now with the release of…Read more

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Davina & The Vagabonds

Davina and the Vagabonds are a band that play with a New Orleans style of sound. They seem to be forever touring, throughout the States and Europe. They have a huge catalogue of unique…Read more

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LSU Awards Buddy Guy an Honorary Degree

Buddy Guy George “Buddy” Guy was awarded an honorary degree for his distinguished music career. Guy worked in LSU’s facilities services department from 1955 to 1958, before leaving to pursue a musical career in…Read more

Mr Sipp – You Have To See Him 0

Mr Sipp – You Have To See Him

Let me introduce ya’ll to Mr Sipp. He’s gonna be big, I’m sure of that. Two Lights On loves to introduce you to new, exciting, upcoming blues stars along with all the mega stars…Read more

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Barbecue Bob – We Sure Got Hard Times

Barbecue Bob Robert Hicks, better known as Barbecue Bob (September 11, 1902 – October 21, 1931) was an early American Piedmont blues musician. His nickname came from the fact that he was a cook…Read more

Lead Belly The Smithsonian Folkways Collection 0

Leadbelly The Smithsonian

The Leadbelly Smithsonian Leadbelly Collection. Over at The Smithsonian, they have released a 5 CD box which includes 16 previously unreleased tracks of Leadbelly. Included is a large print 140 page book. The collection…Read more

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Paul Butterfield – Driftin’ Blues Monterey 1967

Paul Butterfield, a white singer and harmonica player who apprenticed with black bluesmen, helped spur the American blues revival of the ’60s. The teenage Butterfield ventured into Chicago’s South Side clubs, eventually working his…Read more

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The Alan Lomax Archive

Alan Lomax (January 31, 1915 – July 19, 2002) was one of the great American field collectors of folk music of the 20th century. He was also a folklorist, ethnomusicologist, archivist, writer, scholar, political…Read more