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If you're from Mississippi, then you should know, the "Queen of The Blues", Denise LaSalle is too.  And if you know anything about the "Chitlin' Circuit", then you absolutely are familiar with the 1971 unforgettable hit "Trapped By A Thing Called Love". A song recorded on Chess Records in the 60's.   But it wasn't until ...

Stan Butler With less than a year under his belt he's managed to do what many artist have been singing a life time for; gain momentum and recognition.  His first CD entitled "Back to Basics" has landed him in a sensational-able position on Youtube generating over 1M hits for his single" Took Grandma To The ...

Willie Clayton is a singer-songwriter and producer. Like many other black singer/songwriters, he began performing gospel music in church settings as a youngster and then moved into the secular field as a lyricist, producer, and singer. An active recording artist since the 1970s, Clayton’s career has endured almost 40 years and has spanned a repertoire …

The New Chitlins Do you remember back in the day when the black music community became known as the Chitlin' Circuit? We do!  Artist like Al Green, Sam & Dave, Sam Cook, Tyrone Davis, Johnny Taylor, Theodis Ealey, Latimore, Lenny Williams, Bobby Rush, KoKo Taylor, Denise LaSalle, Betty Wright, Shirley Brown, Aretha Franklin, and the ...

January 16, 1914 - October 19, 1984 Eugene "Buddy" Moss was consider by many blues scholars as one of two most influential East Coast blues guitarists to record during Blind Blake's final sessions in 1932 and Blind Boy Fuller's debut in 1935. Some of Buddy Moss most popular tunes include: In the Evening, I'm Sittin', ...

MAGIC SLIM August 7, 1937 – February 21, 2013 Morris Holt known on the circuit as Magic Slim was an American blues singer and guitarist born the son of sharecroppers in Torrance, MS. He tagged along with blues greats as Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf to Chicago to discover and create his own place in ...