Gov’t Mule reveal “Mr. Man” live video

Gov’t Mule has revealed a live video for “Mr. Man.” The performance is off Bring on the Music – Live at the Capitol Theatre, the new live release available June 28.

Richie Kotzen releases “Venom” video

Richie Kotzen has released a music video for his new single, “Venom.”

The 40 Acre Mule to release “Goodnight and Goodluck”

“It used to be called boogie-woogie. It used to be called rhythm & blues. Now, they call it rock & roll.”

Chuck Berry’s words are at the very heart of Roots Rock & Roll 5-piece, The 40 Acre Mule. The self-described “Rhythm & Blues Outfit” are a powerhouse of vintage revival with a reputation for seamlessly blurring the lines between country, soul and rock audiences with songwriting that borders between blues drenched heartbreak and an old school riot in the streets.

Supersonic Blues Machine reveal “Watchagonnado” live

Supersonic Blues Machine is streaming a live version of “Watchagonnado.” The track is featured on the upcoming release, Road Chronicles: Live, available July 12.

“It has a thumping funky-soul hop to it that it never fails to get the crowd involved, which makes it twice as fun for us on stage playing it,” says Supersonic Blues Machine’s Fabrizio Grossi. “One of our favorites to play live and I guess you hear that. The song’s about what Jesus would say if he’d come back today and saw everything that’s been perpetrated on his name, which is completely the opposite of his teachings. It’s not a religious song, it’s an analogy for morals and beliefs.”

Musicians mourn the loss of Dr. John

On June 6th legendary musician and Rock N Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dr. John passed away of a heart attack. He was 77 years old. A statement was released on his social media accounts saying,

“Towards the break of day June 6, iconic music legend Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr., known as Dr. John, passed away of a heart attack. The family thanks all whom shared his unique musical journey & requests privacy at this time. Memorial arrangements will be announced in due course.”

Keb’ Mo’ Interview

Keb’ Mo’ answers the phone at his Franklin, Tenn., home on an early June morning in good spirits. He’s just dropped his son off at camp and finished breakfast—“the regular stuff,” he says. But he’s also getting ready to release his latest project Oklahoma, a 10-track album out June 14 on Concord Records that features cameos by Robert Randolph, Rosanne Cash, Taj Mahal, Jaci Velasquez and his wife, Robbie Brooks Moore. Even though Mo’ has been through this record-promote-release-tour routine several times before, the process still brings anticipation. “Mostly I’m excited when I’m done with a record, when it’s all in the can and ready to go,” Mo’ says. “There’s excitement, and then I just cross my fingers and hope people like it. By the time that happens, I already like it.”

Jontavious Willis releases “The World Is In A Tangle” video

Jontavious Willis has released a music video for “The World Is In A Tangle.” The track is featured on Willis’ latest album, Spectacular Class,and the video includes a surprise appearance from ‘Keb ‘Mo.

Are Online Guitar Lessons Effective?

Some of you may doubt online education. In fact, you wouldn’t be in this article if you didn’t. Well, it’s not like you’re at fault though.

Society – well, the majority of it at least – makes us think that anything unconventional is not to be trusted. It teaches us that the proven ways are always the best ways and that we really shouldn’t be looking for alternative options. After all, if we’ve already got the best then why bother looking for something better right?

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