Category: Rock


    1. Nigore

      If you love Jazz and Blues, then you've found your fit with Soul Wagon. -- We offer vocal or instrumental jazz and classic blues, funk, bossa nova, or New Orleans style – if you're looking for groovy, then look no further. Soul Wagon carries on the soulful and swingin' sounds of the enormous collection of roots music called Jazz and Blues.
    2. Voodoomi

      If you love the Blues, there is no better place to go than New Orleans, Louisiana. Whether you're a NOLA local or are visiting the city, these ten Blues clubs are worth putting on your bucket list. You'll experience deep, rich, soulful music in one of the most historic cities for the Blues.
    3. Mijora

      The blues scene has been pretty good and Norway has a lot of festivals and Blues Societies all over the country. So for a country with approx. 5 million people we can’t complain, except of the weather. (lol) mwe3: How did you become introduced to the blues? You cite Lightnin’ Hopkins as a blues influence while the Rolling Stones and AC/DC.
    4. Goll

      The music of Lil’ Red and Big Bad is unique to New Orleans, a mix of blues, R&B and rock’n roll delivered with a lot of soul. When you add the vocal energy and stage performance of Nancy “Lil’ Red” Gros, it’s no mistake that this band made it to Memphis for the International Blues Challenge, and opened the main stage for the French Quarter Festival in New Orleans.
    5. Kajirn

      Aug 16,  · Once the Delta blues made their way up the Mississippi to urban areas, the music evolved into electrified Chicago blues, other regional blues styles, and various jazz-blues hybrids. A decade or so later the blues gave birth to rhythm 'n blues and rock 'n roll. No single person invented the blues, but many people claimed to have discovered the.
    6. Dutilar

      Oct 05,  · The hippest, dirtiest Dr. John kind of New Orleans blues lick/fill you will ever learn. Key of G, but also very easy to modulate in C, F, and Bb with the same fingering! If you'd like to support.
    7. Mukora

      How is Chicago different from New Orleans? 1. The emphasis on written arrangement of improvisation 2. Types of Instrumentation We feel better in our pain when we know we're not alone. Instrumentation of the Blues. Delta: Acoustic Memphis/Chicago Blues. High energy/power blues. electric guitar, brass, drums, bass, piano, organ.
    8. Masida

      New Orleans rhythm and blues is a style of rhythm and blues music that originated in the U.S. city of New peotranbangthopaquatesnovatossellcons.xyzinfo popular from to , it was a direct precursor to rock and roll and strongly influenced peotranbangthopaquatesnovatossellcons.xyzinfomentation typically includes drums, bass, piano, horns, electric guitar, and vocals.
    9. Tumi

      Sep 25,  · Little did the bluesmen of the s and '50s realize that the records they were making would be heard as far as halfway across the world, inspiring a generation of teenage musicians in England, and across Europe as well as the U.S. Beginning in the early s, music from artists like Muddy Waters, Big Bill Broonzy, Sonny Boy Williamson, John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, and others .

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