Are you lyrical ideas drying up? Do your references sound stale? Here are some quick tips for reinvigorating your lyrical creativity.
Today we explore the story of Bob Dylan’s “The Hurricane,” which helped raise awareness and support for wrongly accused boxer Rubin “Hurricane” Carter.
If you’re a songwriter looking for opportunities for growth, there’s hundreds of conferences happening all-year-round. Here are 11 of our favorites!
Read the stories of four of our favorite American blues musicians to see how they ended up with some of the best nicknames of all time.
A closer look at the tradition of “blues shouting” in the early 1930s and ’40s, which helped inspire the creation of rock ‘n’ roll out of jazz and gospel.
55 years ago today, the Rolling Stones released their “5×5” EP, the recording session in which they serendipitously met their blues idol, Muddy Waters.
We’re blown away by this new batch of forward-thinking country artists who aren’t afraid to challenge norms while staying true to their sound.
Today marks the anniversary of an outdoor concert to remember — one that proved deadly for thousands of pond-dwelling fish. Read to learn more.
Traveling with your instrument, whether it’s a backpack ukelele or Stradivarius violin, can be nerve-wracking. Here are some tips for protecting your gear.
Whether it’s your first time or fifth, the recording studio can be very intimidating and expensive. In order to not waste time and money, follow these tips.