Home / A&E / Books / Legends of the Blues (Abrams), by William Stout

Legends of the Blues (Abrams), by William Stout

May. 21, 2013
Google plus Linkedin Pinterest


Bluesmen (and women) were once mysterious figures—voices across time and space to the college students who began the blues revival in the 1960s. In decades since, those students have done their homework. Witness Legends of the Blues, comprised of around a hundred short chapters on pre-1960 blues artists. A beautiful pen and watercolor portrait of each is accompanied by a detailed synopsis of their life’s achievements. Also included is a 14-track CD, making Legends of the Blues a treat for the ears as well as the eyes.


Wisconsin’s Republican-led Legislature voted to expand the state’s school voucher program. Should taxpayer money be used to fund private, religious schools?

Getting poll results. Please wait...