Quite a shake-up on the blues chart for the week ending June 1st, 2013 as Gary Clark, Jr. regains the top spot with his critically-acclaimed Blak and Blu as the album moves into its seventh month hovering at or near number one. It comes as no surprise, certainly, as Clark is rapidly becoming one of the most popular mainstream bluesmen, taking his place alongside such perennial chart-toppers as Joe Bonamassa, Eric Clapton, and Robert Cray….
10. Shouting Matches - Grownass Man (Middle West Records)
9. Sister Bonnie Raitt is STILL in the
TOP TEN with
Slipstream (Redwing Records)
8. The Spin Doctors somehow hit #8…
If The River Was Whiskey (Ruf Records)
James Cotton, With the help of Joe Bonnamossa hits #7th with Cotton Mouth Man on Alligator Records …
#6 on the chart is Beth Hart withBang Bang Boom Boom on Provogue Records…
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5. Charlie Musselwhite & Ben Harper
Get Up! On Stax Records…
4. Joe Bonamassa - An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House (J&R Adventures)
3. Ana Popovic: This chick kills on her album
Can You Stand The Heat
(Artist Exclusive Records)
2. Boz Scaggs - Memphis (429 Records)
1. Gary Clark, Jr.
Blak and Blu
This kid out of Austin ROCKS!!!
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