It would be hard to name someone more influential on Rock Music that Chuck Berry; especially for guitarists.

Cubs win!!! What a great day!!

100 Years of Rock Visualized

We've lost a King. B.B. King was a very influential Bluesman and guitarist.

The ruling that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke ripped off Marvin Gaye was a bad ruling.

Ernie Banks was an example of examples among professional athletes.

Pro Tools is offering Pro Tools | First for free.

Have a very Merry Christmas!

He was just so good. He'll be missed.

... of some musicians I have enjoyed and respected over the years.

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of fame.

America's first music store opened.

Backstage after a concert at the Las Vegas Hilton, Elvis Presley...

I've been enjoying recording some Christmas songs with my son, Colin.

Whether you know it or not these folks had a big influence on much of the music you've heard in your lifetime.

A generation of music lovers are being raised on low-grade sonic sludge.

An enjoyable time shopping.

The Rolling Stones auditioned bass players...

December 6th in Music History
Just a few interesting things.

Don't be fooled. These CDs work great on any holiday!

I'm saddened to hear about the death of Johnny Winter.

Yesterday was the 103rd birthdate of Blues giant Howlin' Wolf.

Fellow Chicagoan, Ray Manzarek of the Doors is gone.

There are two kinds of rich men:

I'm very sad to hear about the death of longtime Howlin' Wolf guitarist, Hubert Sumlin.

The ever-increasing invasiveness of a government out of control:

Tennessee Reps Prepare Bill to Protect Guitar Owners After Gibson Raid.

Government vs. Gibson: Ask not what your country can take from you.

"There's only two kinds of music... The Blues and Zip-a-dee-doo-dah."

I actually did win an award with my sauce when I lived in Chicago. I've tweaked it and improved it over the years.

Inspired by Muddy Water's kitchen, I made a delicious Rockabluesic sandwich for lunch today.

There are 1,933 people named "Robert Stanley" in the United States.

Sure enjoyed traveling down the Blues Highway...

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