Guitarist, composer and vocalist (in that order) Bob Margolin has played on the biggest stages of the world during his half-century career as a top blues sideman and solo artist. Seven years in the Muddy Waters band from 1973 to 1979-both in the studio and on the road-brought him to The Band's Last Waltz and Chicago's legendary Chess Records. Travel 'My Road' (Steady Rollin' Records/VizzTone Label Group) with a guy like Margolin and you're sure to get three chords and the truth.
Clarence 'Frogman' Henry "can sing like a girl and sing like a frog," which he does on "Ain't Got No Home" but he never really got his due as a NOLA icon despite opening for The Beatles in '64 and his solid Chess recordings all still in print.
Another addition to the Dylan canon has been announced by Bob himself: The Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11, a six-disc set that is essential for the most avid of Dylanologists.