The Music Maker Revue Live! In Europe by Dr. Burt I wish I could have seen Dr. Burt perform live… I’ve heard just his presence alone could silence a crowd, leaving an audience completely mesmerized before even reaching for his guitar. In this recording of a Blues Revue show in Europe, you can feel this […]

King Dracula by Homesick James Slide master Homesick James’ credentials were legend, starting from his Chicago sides in the 50’s with cousin Elmore James to recording LPs in the early 60s.  Groups like Fleetwood Mac covered his tunes and by the early 90s Homesick had “retired” to his birthplace of Somerville Tennessee, 40 miles outside […]

Diggin’: Robert Finley – Medicine Woman

inTheir Musicon October 19, 2017

Right from the slinky intro you know you’re in for one of those rare musical treats. The lead single from Robert Finley’s upcoming album, GOIN’ PLATINUM!, produced by Dan Auerbach (the Black Keys) is like caviar for your earholes. Medicine Woman is as intoxicating as the theme of the song itself, and showcases Robert’s raw […]

Both TIME Lightbox and the NY Times LENS blog have covered Our Living Past, a photography exhibition by Timothy Duffy and the Music Maker Relief Foundation, which features portraits of Music Maker Partner Artists. Highlighting Music Maker as a hub for cultural preservation, artists such as Ironing Board Sam, Sharon Jones, and Taj Mahal are among […]

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