Nothin' But the Blues

Recommended Blues Web Sites

Below are links to some of the best web sites devoted to the Blues today and Blues history. Many of these sites feature biographical information, research, interviews, album reviews, multimedia clips, and, of course, more links than I can hope to compile...Enjoy!

The All-Music Guide Superb on-line discographical database!
Blues Bibliographic Database Great researach tool compiled by Gorgen Antonsson.
The Blue Flame Cafe A nice collection of multimedia Blues biographies
The Blues Foundation Home of the W.C. Handy Awards
The Blues Highway A well-updated collection of Blues news, essays, links & other info.
Blues-Link A mega-collection of web links; plus CD reviews
Blues Lyrics on Line A nice collection of lyrics to well-known and obscure tunes!
Blues Net Rob Hutten's page has a good collection of essays & bios plus lots more!
Blues Web Super multimedia collection of profiles & historical info.
Blues World Site of several publications; record auctions; articles, photos & much more!
Center for the Study of Southern Culture Home of Living Blues Magazine plus more!
The Delta Blues Museum Straight outta Clarksdale! Biographies & other stuff brought to you by the Mississippi Delta Blues Society.
Delta Snake Women in Blues Listing Listings & mini-bios of women in Blues, both contemporary and historical.
Encyclopedia of Cajun Culture Great resource for Cajun music & Zydeco
Eyeneer Blues Archive Profiles from Eyeneer's American Music Archives
The FolkBook Index of Acoustic Blues Artists Big collection of links!
Harry's Blues Lyrics & Tabs Online Excellent resource!
Pre-War Blues & Gospel on Microgroove Comprehensive discography of pre-WWII Blues & Gospel recordings. A great resource
Scotty Boy's Blues Au Go Go Nice multi-media oriented site by big Chicago Blues fan!
That Blues Music Page Take an audio-visual tour of Chicago Electric Blues!
Tom Morgan's Jazz & Blues WTJU's own Bartender's site is a good place for info on early Jazz & Blues music on the web.

Links updated 4/25/2000 by Peter Welch, host of "Nothin' But the Blues" on WTJU 91.1 FM, Charlottesville, VA.

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