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The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards and Eric Clapton were among a flock of rock and blues superstars who turned up in New York City last Friday (2/24) to pay tribute to late bluesman Hubert Sumlin.

Keith Richards, Eric Clapton join forces for Hubert Sumlin tribute

The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards and Eric Clapton were among a flock of rock and blues superstars who turned up in New York City last Friday (2/24) to pay tribute to late bluesman Hubert Sumlin.
The next edition of the Experience Hendrix Tour will launch in 2012 with a three-week run of dates starting Mar. 6 in Baltimore and rolling through the southeast to a Mar. 24 Austin City Limits Live appearance in Austin, TX. // Tour dates at SoundSpike

Buddy Guy, Dweezil Zappa, Billy Cox, Robbie Krieger helm Experience Hendrix

The next edition of the Experience Hendrix Tour will launch in 2012 with a three-week run of dates starting Mar. 6 in Baltimore and rolling through the southeast to a Mar. 24 Austin City Limits Live appearance in Austin, TX.
Legendary guitarist and iconic bluesman B.B. King has performed more than 15,000 concerts during his 50-plus year career as a touring artist, yet the 85 year old still manages to outdo most touring musicians less than half his age, consistently hitting up well over 100 cities every year.

In Pictures: B.B. King in Atlanta

Legendary guitarist and iconic bluesman B.B. King has performed more than 15,000 concerts during his 50-plus year career as a touring artist, yet the 85 year old still manages to outdo most touring musicians less than half his age, consistently hitting up well over 100 cities every year.
Two tracks from Taylor Swift's new album, "Speak Now," have received attention for their subject matter. She's upset by things -- a broken heart and some criticism -- and she's going for the jugular in "Dear John" and "Mean." Speculation is that the "John" also responds to "Mr. Mayer" and a few Internet ranters are wondering if they are the person she obliquely refers to in "Mean."

New Releases, Oct. 26: Taylor Swift, Bryan Ferry, Buddy Guy, more

Two tracks from Taylor Swift's new album, "Speak Now," have received attention for their subject matter. She's upset by things -- a broken heart and some criticism -- and she's going for the jugular in "Dear John" and "Mean." Speculation is that the "John" also responds to "Mr. Mayer" and a few Internet ranters are wondering if they are the person she obliquely refers to in "Mean."
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