Harry Manx, born in 1955 on the Isle of Man, is a british blues, folk and hindustani musician. He moved to Canada in the age of six and lived in many other countries later. Listen to his great piece “Crazy Love”:
Marinia Akua , a soul and pop singer from germany just released her EP “From my heart into your ear ” , love this cover from hip hop singer Marteria , think thats the start of a great career
John Adam Belushi (born January 24, 1949 in Chicago, Illinois, † March 5, 1982 in West Hollywood) was an American singer and film actor and the brother of the blues musician and actor James Belushi.
yesterday was his 65 birthday , Happy Birthday
Together with Dan Akroyd and the band he was the main actor in the John Landis film “Blues Brothers” from 1980. many celebrities could be seen in guest appearances, including Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, John Lee Hooker, Chaka Khan, Carrie Fisher, Frank Oz, Twiggy, Steven Spielberg, Joe Walsh, John Candy and Charles Napier.
Here is their song “Rawhide ” and “Everybody needs somebody ” both clips from the movie
Owen Campbell had been playing the guitar since he was in the age of nine. He became popular in the australian reality TV show ‘Australia’s Got Talent’ in 2012. Listen to his song “Sunshine Road”:
Aynsley Lister (born 14 November 1976 in Leicester) is a British singer and Rock-/Blues-Gitarrist.
Aynsley Lister was born in Leicester and grew there up. At eight, he began to play the guitar and at thirteen he had already made his first appearance. The following time he used to improve his guitar playing. His professional career as a musician began at the age of twenty-two years. As a singer and guitarist, he recorded several albums, serving or covering genres from blues to blues rock and rock and pop.
Here is his song “Need her so bad”
“Man of Constant Sorrow” (also known as “I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow“) is a traditional American folk song first recorded by Dick Burnett, a partially blind fiddler from Kentucky. The song was originally recorded by Burnett as “Farewell Song” printed in a Richard Burnett songbook, circa 1913. An early version was recorded by Emry Arthur in 1928 (Vocalion Vo 5208). Public interest in the song was renewed after the release of the 2000 film O Brother, Where Art Thou?, as it plays a central role in the film’s plot.
by Emry Arthur
and a very good cover by the Gormans
Junior Wells (December 9, 1934 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA, † 15 January 1998 in Chicago, Illinois), actually Amos Blackmore, was an American blues musician. His instrument was the harmonica. He played with Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Magic Sam, Lonnie Brooks and the Rolling Stones.
Here is his song Hoodoman Blues