Acrobat Music

News and Reviews
Benny Green described Ronnie Scott's mid-'50s nine-piece band as 'syncoopated Marxism', so it's appropriate that it should get a glowing review by Chris Searle in the Morning ...
more...
 
'One Night In The West', recorded at the Swanage Blues Festival, is the long-awaited first 'live' album from one of the UK's most popular blues festival attractions
more...
Most Popular
Eddy Arnold, often known as “The Tennessee Plowboy”, was one of the most consistently successful artists in the US country charts over a period from the immediate post-war years through a ...
more...


Jimmie Lunceford was one of most prominent bandleaders of the swing heyday of the 1930s and early ‘40s, his tight, highly professional band coming to prominence with a season at New York’s...
more...


Guitarist, singer and songwriter T-Bone Walker was one of the most important and influential pioneers of the electric blues sound, specially the style most closely associated with the West Coast &ndas...
more...
Recommended
TODAY'S 1 2 3 4 5
Jimmie Davis was one of the most popular and respected hillbilly singers of the 1930s, a natural inheritor, along with likes of Gene Autry, of the mantle of the great Jimmie Rodgers and who influenced...
more...
 
Today's Anniversary
John Lee Hooker was one of the key figures of post-war electric blues, influencing a generation of emerging rock and blues performers during the '50s and '60s
more...
©2008 Acrobat Music