The Williams Brothers Channel The Everly Brothers  – American Blues Scene

“My uncle is Andy Williams, the singer,” says Andrew Williams of The Williams Brothers. They’ve just released an album called Memory to Burn, an instant classic that comes so close to capturing the magic of The Everly Brothers it’s almost eerie. The close vocal harmonies of “Bye Bye Love” and “All I Have to Do … Read more

Americana Veteran Lucinda Williams Live at the Pabst Theater, Milwaukee – American Blues Scene

Lucinda Williams is a 69-year veteran Americana music artist who has released albums over the last 40-plus years. Known for her songwriting abilities as well as her performance skills, Williams is a legend among other Americana and country musicians, and also to fans in the know. Williams has released about 13 major studio albums, and … Read more

Milwaukee-Based The Hungry Williams Channel 1950s New Orleans R&B Sound – American Blues Scene

Back in 1995, Milwaukee-based drummer John Carr heard a great CD playing at a bar, and asked the bartender what it was. Behold, it was the recently released Chess New Orleans anthology. At that precise moment, The Hungry Williams was born; and now they bring to the world their new CD, Let’s Go!releasing September 9th … Read more

The 57th Studio Album for Hank Williams Jr. to be ‘Rich White Honky Blues’ – American Blues Scene

Larger than life, capable of summoning “all his rowdy friends” with a couple crashing downbeats and a blaring guitar riff, Hank Williams, Jr. has been one of country music’s truest outlaws for over half a century. But more than the swaggering singles, roughneck fantasy videos or relentless sense of blue-collar boogie, at his core, the … Read more