FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES MUSIC SERIES HONORING PIEDMONT BLUES WOMAN ELIZABETH ‘LIBBA’ COTTON CELEBRATES 4th YEAR IN CARRBORO WITH FREE WEEKLY CONCERTS STARTING MAY 19TH Carrboro, N.C., February 16, 2018 – Music Maker Relief Foundation partners with the Carrboro Recreation & Parks Department to have the Freight Train Blues Music Series held at Carrboro Town Commons (Farmer’s Market). This […]

Diggin’: Marie Manning – Hard Luck & Trouble

inTheir Musicon March 8, 2018

Sisters Of The South by Marie Manning The blues, like any great work of art, serves as a mirror for life, giving us the opportunity to process it’s inevitable ups and downs. Hard Luck & Trouble by Marie Manning is the sound of perseverance, an enduring and driving motion towards getting through those tough times. […]

We were quite surprised the other day to learn that Terrence Cunningham, who is Music Maker partner artist Etta Baker’s Great Nephew, was on the NBC TV show, The Voice. His performance floored the celebrity judges and Terrence has made it to the next round on the reality music show, and will be coached by […]

Album Diggin’: Taj Mahal – Labor Of Love

inTheir Musicon March 1, 2018

Labor of Love by Taj Mahal This has to be one of Music Maker’s greatest releases. Recorded while on the Winston Blues Revival tour, and featuring many Music Maker partner artists, this album does not disappoint. Taj Mahal has long been one of Music Maker’s greatest supporters and this album shows why — Taj loves […]

Funk, Blues, Soul and Rock n’ Roll run through Robert Lee Coleman’s veins, and you can hear them all in his latest studio album, What Left, out March 27th on Music Maker Recordings. The album encapsulates the deep musical roots of Robert’s hometown of Macon, GA, with the use of his local band. The album […]

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