Howlin Wolf began their new tour last night in Portland and are up in Seattle today for two shows, including an in-store at Sonic Boom at 6pm. They, who are simply just he and friends, are on tour in support of Mansion Songs (Easy Sound) so check them out if you can. If you need […]
Outside of the fact that they didn't even have a bass player, and the fact that they played Howlin' Wolf songs incredibly badly, the thing that I hated most about The Doors was the fact that, for all their rebel posing, the chief mission of their mus...
Six of New Orleans’ best brass bands will share the stage at the Howlin’ Wolf at 10 PM in the Christmas edition of a music series dedicated to celebrating and promoting the brass band legacy of this great city. The event brings together...Show More Summary
Buddy Guy with Matt Andersen The Space at Westbury Westbury, NY November 18, 2014Buddy Guy is a national treasure. The blues titan is one of the last remaining links to the Chess Brothers, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Guitar Slim, Little Walter and Willie Dixon. Whether it is the Chi...
The name may not be familiar to New Orleans and American audiences yet, unless you witnessed their over-the-top set in 2011 at the Howlin’ Wolf opening for the Revivalists and the Honey Island Swamp Band, but it will be soon. The group,...Show More Summary
Artist Katie Cantrell’s hilarious spin-of on the classic Three Wolf Moon meme, these canines only howl when its time for some pepperoni pizza. And here we thought the moon was made entirely out of cheese.
I Ain't Superstitious, leastways no more than Howlin' Wolf, but two twin black tuxedo cats just crossed my path. All dressed up with nowhere to go. Nine lives and dressed to the nines. Stevie Ray Vaughan, Superstition. Guitar solo starts...
In The Howlin' Wolf Story: The Secret History of Rock & Roll, a terrific 2003 documentary, you learn how the blues became the basis for R&B and rock and roll, and why Howlin' Wolf (Chester Arthur Burnett) became a stage...
Howlin’ Wolf “Built For Comfort” from His Best Matt Woods “Help Me Make It Through The Night” Waylon Jennings & Old 97’s “Iron Road” The Box Tops “Cry Like A Baby” Fire Mountain “Factory Line” from All Dies Down Drive-by Truckers “Til...Show More Summary
“I distinctly remember the smell of trawling through my parents’ record collection throughout my childhood—the slightly musty, old paper flavour of discovery.” “I thought Howlin’ Wolf must be the coolest guy to have a record cover that just said ‘This is Howlin’ Wolf’s new album. Show More Summary
(Say like Cliff Clavin) “Yeah, they’re indigenous to North and South America and pretty much everywhere else. Little Red Riding Hood was scared of this little guy, for sure.” From Brandi W.Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: mouse, The Cliff Clavin Effect
Tomorrow night, July 25th, The Den at the Howlin’ Wolf will host New Jersey based reggae group Quincy Mumford and the Reason Why. On the road in support of their fifth studio album Its Only Change, we caught up with the band to findShow More Summary
White also tackled Bob Dylan, Robert Johnson, and Howlin' Wolf over the course of the 27-song setlist.
No one would argue that New Orleans always has room for one more festival. Tonight at the Howlin’ Wolf, a new monthly brass band series begins featuring the divergent styles and songs of seven brass bands in one powerhouse evening. It...Show More Summary
Music as volatile as bare wires, as raw as a flayed body.
Howlin’ Wolf is the moniker of Chester Arthur Burnett, the legendary blues artist whose voice gave him his name. But the 6 foot 3, 270 lb. Burnett may have just as easily earned his reputation from the feral spirit animating his mus...
Boom Boom Room Presents, the San Francisco based promotion company, is celebrating its fifteenth year at Jazz Fest by adding a show like no other. Tonight, May 1st from 8:30 PM to the wee hours of the morning, the Howlin’ Wolf, willShow More Summary
Big Foot Chester is the lesser-known alias of Chester Arthur Burnett, who is best known as Howlin' Wolf and when you hear him sing you'll know why. He possessed one of the most powerful voices in the history of blues, and had Howlin'...Show More Summary
Like many works in Martin Scorsese's estimable oeuvre, The Wolf of Wall Street is brimming with pop songs. The soundtrack features an assortment of memorable hits from the past, including Eartha Kitt's "C'est Si Bon" and Howlin' Wolf's...Show More Summary
Martin Scorsese films are infamous for meticulously selected soundtracks, and the three-hour epic The Wolf Of Wall Street is no exception, featuring tracks by Billy Joel, Bo Diddley, Howlin’ Wolf, and Eartha Kitt. But The A.V. Club has the...Show More Summary