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Supersonic Blues Machine – West of Flushing, South of Frisco (2016)

Supersonic Blues Machine – West of Flushing, South of Frisco (2016)

The all-star Supersonic Blues Machine invited famous friends like Billy Gibbons and Warren Haynes over for the sizzling debut ‘West of Flushing, South of Frisco.’

Robben Ford – A Day In Nashville (2014)

Robben Ford – A Day In Nashville (2014)

A Day In Nashville might as well have been a day at the beach for the virtuosic blue-rock guitarist Robben Ford.

Walter Trout – Luther’s Blues (2013)

Walter Trout, over a 22-album solo career, has never before recorded a project devoted to cover songs. Then again, few players have impacted the 62-year-old quite like the late Luther Allison.

Popa Chubby – Universal Breakdown Blues (2013)

Popa Chubby – Universal Breakdown Blues (2013)

A fiery aggression surrounds Universal Breakdown Blues, as Popa Chubby doesn’t lament the dangerous and uncertain era in which we live so much as rail against it with all of his might.

Streams: Robben Ford, “Everything I Do [Gonna Be Funky]” from Bringing It Back Home (2013)

Streams: Robben Ford, “Everything I Do [Gonna Be Funky]” from Bringing It Back Home (2013)

Get the weekend off to a rollicking good start with a stream of this classic Allen Toussaint gem, as reimagined by Robben Ford for his current Mascot Label Group release Bringing It Back Home.

‘Wonderful, and inspiring’: Robben Ford on his new album, Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, George Harrison … and Kiss?

‘Wonderful, and inspiring’: Robben Ford on his new album, Miles Davis, Joni Mitchell, George Harrison … and Kiss?

Do-anything guitarist Robben Ford is hailing his forthcoming album Bringing It Back Home as “my favorite thing that I’ve done in a long time,” and that’s certainly saying something.

Steve Lukather, “Right the Wrong” from Transition (2013): Exclusive Something Else! stream

Steve Lukather, “Right the Wrong” from Transition (2013): Exclusive Something Else! stream

“Right the Wrong” was written by Steve Lukather along with ‘Transition’ co-producer CJ Vanston and Lukather’s son Trev.

Steve Lukather – Transition (2013)

Steve Lukather – Transition (2013)

I’m not sure Toto co-founder Steve Lukather has issued a solo album that feels more personal, more introspective, more real.

Toto co-founder Steve Lukather on his emotional new solo album: ‘I really dug deep’

Toto co-founder Steve Lukather on his emotional new solo album: ‘I really dug deep’

‘Transition’ is Steve Lukather’s seventh solo project – and it may just be the Toto legend’s most personal yet.

Robert Cray – Nothin But Love (2012)

I don’t remember the last time, outside of a live performance, when Robert Cray’s guitar sounded so present.

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