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The Dirty Blues of Scott Biram

By David H. I think, when most people think of a White guy playing the blues, the thought of Eric Clapton, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, or John Mayer come to mind.  And while that slick sound that they all convey is great, I like my blues dirty.   So, when I think of a White guy playing the blues, I think of ... Read More »

Houston, We Have a Music Scene

Bringing It All Back Home: A Brief Summary of Houston’s Music History By Rob McCarthy Illustration by Blake Jones Houston doesn’t always get the respect it deserves when it comes to music. Few people may fully realize the major role our city has played in influencing popular music-multiple times. Throughout the last century, Houston has been home to a wealth ... Read More »

Hometown Blues Heroes: Luther and The Healers

“The life of a musician is truly a labor of love.”-Luther Rada Dubbed “The Hardest Working Band in Texas,” Luther and the Healers is a homegrown blues band that breathes the essential aspects of blues music. Luther and the Healers is set to perform at the Big Easy Social and Pleasure Club every Thursday night excluding the last Thursday of ... Read More »

Interview: Charles Bradley

By Kyle Mullin Photo credit: Kisha Bari Charles Bradley threw back the curtains, wincing and squinting into the throbbing glare of red and blue. Five cop cars were parked outside. This time they weren’t there for him—but he soon wished they had come for that reason, or any other. The aged soul singer wails like a siren about that fateful ... Read More »

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