The Secret History of Chicago Music,
Mar 7, 2013
This flamboyant, innovative blues guitarist needs help getting home after a heart attack and stroke on the road in Germany.
by Plastic Crimewave
The Secret History of Chicago Music, Eddie C. Campbell, guitarists, blues guitar, blues, Duncan, Mississippi, Muddy Waters, 1125 Club, Jimmy Reed, Mighty Joe Young, Otis Rush, Willie Dixon's Chicago Blues All Stars, Willie Dixon, Koko Taylor, American Blues Legends, Delmark, insurance, stroke, heart attacks, Barbara Campbell, assistance fund, Eddie C. Campbell Assistance Fund
Feb 13, 2011
Steven Lattimore explores the musical legacy and business struggles of the bluesman behind "Bright Lights, Big City" and "Big Boss Man" in his documentary "The Jimmy Reed Experience." It screens Tuesday 2/15 at Dominican University, along with a legal panel and jam session.
by Ed M. Koziarski
Film, Music, Free Shit, Swag, Jimmy Reed, Big Boss Man, Bright Lights Big City, Baby What You Want Me To Do, Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Grateful Dead, Steven Lattimore, Jimmy Reed Experience, Columbia College, CBS, Ch. 2, Vee-Jay, blues, Dominican University, copyright, legal, Eddie Taylor, Willie Dixon, Lonnie Brooks, Chuck Barksdale, Fernando Jones, Video
Dec 23, 2009
A modest new Christmas collection from Strut Records brings the funk to the holidays.
by Peter Margasak
Music, Post No Bills, Christmas music, Bob Dylan, In the Christmas Groove, Strut Records, James Brown, In the Jungle Groove, Jimmy Reed, Milly and Silly, Captain Elmo McKenzie and the Roosters, funk