"Soul, Blues, R&B, Rock and Roll and Jazz music has brought people from all over the world together. A Universal language that we can speak and communicate with each other. Beautiful!"
Joe Sublett: Lone Star Saxophone
Joe Sublett's Texas tenor saxophone sound has been heard on CDs by The Rolling Stones, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, Ryan…Continue
"In Portugal we have Fado, which in many aspects shares similarities with the Blues. It is also the people’s music, and lyrically it usually deals with heavy subjects."
Vítor Bacalhau: Saudade of Rock n' Blues
Born and raised in the deep south of Portugal, Vítor Bacalhau has dedicated his whole life to playing music. He is now fronting his own…Continue
"I learn about creativity and not to be afraid to make mistakes some of the greatest mistakes make good music... and Melodies means. Also with the blues is a feeling."
Grant Calvin Weston: Rhythm & Melody
American drummer Grant Calvin Weston (aka Old Man Jenkins) was born June 6, 1959 in Philadelphia, PA. He became interested in…Continue
"Music is so much of everything, and the blues is the most honest music there is. Rock n roll is a lifestyle. It’s saying what you believe and sticking to it."
Kid & Johnny Ramos: Bloodline Roll
The unparalleled West Coast guitarist Kid Ramos is back with his first album in 17 years, titled "Old School" (2018) features lead…Continue
"Jazz and blues music and culture has opened numerous windows of realization for me. It’s been a conduit for spirituality, compassion, creativity, altruism and hope. Through my involvement, I learned to obtain the discipline required to express myself creatively on the drums and in my writing. Growing as a musician is a fascinating journey that continues to teach me invaluable lessons."
"Blues will always be with us because it's at the heart of human experience. Listen to the rhythms, those are the rhythms of the Earth."
J.J. Vicars: Smokin Blues 'n' Roll
J.J. Vicars is the hottest Rock 'n' Roll singer/guitarist around today. You haven't lived until you've seen his full-throttle, rockin' show. Driven by his snarling guitar and…Continue
"I think the people who love Blues and Jazz in Europe are really in love with the music, the feeling and improvisation, and the story behind it is just a background for them."
Amaury Faivre: Je Souis Blues
Young French bluesman, Amaury Faivre is a singer, a guitarist, and, above all, a brilliant harmonica player. He mets…Continue
"Because of the fact that this music existed, there were also revolutions against racism, wars and everything. Music has united the world to come out and claim its rights. Songs have been written about every social or political reflection."
Angel Lo Verde: Soul & Mind
Angel Lo Verde is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist musician and performs…Continue
"Blues is maybe not the hardest music technically but you need to put all your heart and soul into it so people understand your story and feel your pain or joy, I hear a lot of bands playing great music and singing like pitch perfectly but it ain’t got the soul."
Nico De Cock: No Boundaries Blues
Belgium-based The BluesBones…Continue
“The blues was designed to make you happy when you were feeling down, and if you think of where the word blues came from, a celebration is exactly what it is. Because the artists who created this music were among the most oppressed people in history — slaves. So the blues is a celebration of life, and it’s an American art form created right here, on American soil, from a mix of cultures."