Blues Songs

Blues is one of the parent genres of western music, having given rise to a number of popular subgenres while also serving as a foundation for a lot of today’s rock and pop music.

Today’s modernized blues style is heavily characterized by pentatonic lead patterns, 12-bar rhythm and a thick guitar presence, usually electric. The blues sound is emotional, driving and often laid over a syncopated rhythm with a simple time signature.

It’s often recommended as a good genre for guitar players to learn, simply because it’s foundational to such a wide swath of today’s music.

B.B. King, Muddy Waters and Eric Clapton are just a few of the most influential blues guitarists of the modern era.

Blues Songs

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Five Long Years
Freddie King
Freddie King blues Dave Celentano
Mary Had A Little Lamb
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan blues Anders Mouridsen
Muddy Waters blues Henrik Linde
Eric Clapton blues Caren Armstrong
B.B. King blues Caren Armstrong
Gary Moore blues Tony Lee
Sweet Home Chicago
Robert Johnson
Robert Johnson blues Tom Finch
B.B. King blues Anders Mouridsen
The Rolling Stones blues Caren Armstrong
Eric Clapton blues Anders Mouridsen
Boom Boom
John Lee Hooker
John Lee Hooker blues Anders Mouridsen
Led Zeppelin blues Tom Finch
Jimmy Reed blues Caren Armstrong
Crawlin’ King Snake
John Lee Hooker
John Lee Hooker blues Tom Finch
Bring It On Home
Sonny Boy Williamson
Sonny Boy Williamson blues Tom Finch
Crossfire
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan blues Anders Mouridsen
T-Bone Walker blues Caren Armstrong
B.B. King blues Mike Olekshy
The Sky Is Crying
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Stevie Ray Vaughan blues Anders Mouridsen
Jimmy Reed blues Dave Celentano