Today marks the 102nd anniversary of Robert Johnson's birth. In recognition of his birthday, we invite you to watch this animated video for "Cross Road Blues" and look at Robert's official...more
In a forgotten corner of downtown, on a street rarely traveled, stands one of the city's rarest treasures.
"People come from all over the world to Dallas, and they're going one of two...more
Fifteen-year-old Josh Achiron of Atlanta, Georgia is the 2012 winner of the Robert Johnson Blues Foundation New Generation Award.
Josh began playing guitar after visiting Graceland at the age of six. One of Josh’s first guitars was an acoustic baby Martin, which he used while performing at school functions while he was still in elementary school.more »
About Robert Johnson
One hundred years ago, a boy-child was born in Mississippi – a dirt-poor, African-American who would grow up, learn to sing and play the blues, and eventually achieve worldwide renown. In the decades after his death, he has become known as the King of the Delta Blues Singers, his music expanding in influence to the point that rock stars of the greatest magnitude – the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, the Allman Brothers – all sing his...more »