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FIVE ALLIGATOR RECORDS ARTISTS RECEIVE EIGHT 2021 LIVING BLUES AWARDS

[07/12/2021]
Living Blues magazine has announced the winners of the 2021 Living Blues Critics' Awards and Readers' Awards. This year, five Alligator Records artists received four Critics' Awards and four Readers' Awards.

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EIGHT ALLIGATOR ARTISTS RECEIVE ELEVEN BLUES BLAST AWARD NOMINATIONS

[07/06/2021]
On Monday, July 5, Blues Blast Magazine announced the nominees for the 14th Annual Blues Blast Music Awards. This year, eight Alligator Records artists received eleven Blues Blast Award nominations.

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NEW ALLIGATOR RECORDS ALBUM, "TOMMY CASTRO PRESENTS A BLUESMAN CAME TO TOWN" SET FOR SEPTEMBER 17 RELEASE

[06/28/2021]
On Friday, September 17, Alligator Records will release Tommy Castro Presents A Bluesman Came To Town, the trailblazing new album from internationally beloved blues rocker Tommy Castro.

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ALLIGATOR RECORDS SIGNS TEXAS GUITAR SLINGER CAROLYN WONDERLAND

[06/24/2021]
Alligator Records is pleased to announce the signing of Texas guitar slinger, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Carolyn Wonderland. Her music includes a bold mix of timeless original songs and reinventions of some of her favorites, ranging from blistering electric blues to deep, heartfelt ballads to cosmic country to soulful Tex-Mex.

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CHRISTONE "KINGFISH" INGRAM ANNOUNCES U.S. & EUROPEAN TOUR DATES, PREMIERES NEW 662 VIDEO

[06/21/2021]
Today, Monday, June 21, Christone "Kingfish" Ingram announced the dates for his upcoming tour to promote his dynamic new Alligator Records album, 662, set for July 23 release. Entitled Christone "Kingfish" Ingram Presents 662: Juke Joint Live, the tour will take the 22-year-old guitarist, vocalist and songwriter across the U.S. and Europe beginning July 2021 and going into February 2022. Today also saw the premiere of Ingram's Juke Joint Live music video for the album's first single, the title track, 662.

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