History of the Blues
Discograhies by Stefan Wirz, mainly blues.
Old blues lyrics and blues timeline. Maintained by Nino Dusty.
The story of Chess Records, Chicago's famous blues label in the 1950s and 1960s.
Save America's Treasures: The Chess building located at 2120 South Michigan
Avenue in Chicago is one of the most famous addresses in American pop
British blues site, founded in October 2000 by Alan White and regularly
developed since then with some really excellent material, especially from the
renowned blues historian, author and lecturer Max Haymes, the acoustic blues
guitarist and blues instrument researcher Dai Thomas, the acoustic delta
blues guitarist and blues gravestones expert Courtland Bresner, the blues
portrait artist Loz Arkle, Midlands reviewer Steve Wosket, and North East
reviewer Tony Higgins.
This site is for educational purposes, created by students.
The past, present and future of blues music.
UNC-TV's Piedmont Blues pages.
History of the song and myth of Stagger Lee. Detailed list of over 400 recordings.
Trail of the Hellhound provides an overview of two distinct styles of blues practiced in the Lower Mississippi Valley, extensive biographies of the region's greatest blues musicians, and pictures and descriptions of sites to visit.
The Year of the Blues, presented by Experience Music Project, in
association with the Blues Foundation, is a multifaceted program celebrating
and creating greater awareness of the blues and its evolving place in music
and cultural history.
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