Donald "Duck" Dunn, the famed session bass guitarist for Memphis-based Stax Records and R&B band Booker T. & the M.G.'s, died in Tokyo after performing at the Blue Note night club with fellow musician Steve Cropper. He was 70. Dunn was born in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1941. He met future guit ... More >>
If you've never heard of Akufen (AKA Horror, Inc., AKA Marc Leclair), we can't really call you clueless. After all, the elusive Montreal-based producer rarely gives interviews and it's been a minute since he's even played in the U.S. In fact, his show at the Electric Pickle with Flight Crew tonight ... More >>
via Henry Gray's Facebook pageBlues piano man Henry Gray.With seven decades of boozy riffing, troubled loving, and tough living behind him, Henry Gray is a complete and unabridged human history book of the American blues. Born on the outskirts of New Orleans, this piano player first pounded the ... More >>
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Jazz and blues do the horizontal bop as William Evans looks forward and back
Mr. Smith goes on the road and tries to describe it
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