When you’re feeling the blues, rock ‘n’ roll is a great place to hang out

The blues, of course, has been around forever.

But in the 20th century, a number of artists and groups were inspired by the blues for their music and art.

And in the 1950s, jazz, funk, rock, and reggae all became associated with the blues.

In other words, the blues really was a big thing in the early 20th-century, and many artists took notice.

But what exactly was the blues?

Here are some of the basics.

It’s a blend of blues and R&B music, and it can be heard throughout the country.

The blues is about a group of people getting together and enjoying music and music being enjoyed.

The lyrics are all about music.

In the 19th century and early 20s, it was popular because it allowed people to express their feelings and their thoughts without having to worry about how to get a good song on the radio or a good album signed.

But today, a lot of people don’t want to do that.

They’re not necessarily seeking out music because they’re concerned about getting laid, they’re not seeking out artists because they don’t like the idea of getting caught up in the pop-culture machine.

They want to listen to music because that’s where they’re at right now, and they want to be part of something big.

What makes the blues so popular?

It’s a combination of different elements.

It includes the blues’ roots in African-American music.

This music is based on African-Americans being able to sing songs with words and music that were very popular in the South, even before the Civil War.

That was the foundation of the genre.

The other elements are the blues artists, including Bob Dylan, Miles Davis, Ella Fitzgerald, and others, and the songs that the bluesmen were doing.

The main thing is that these artists were getting together in a place where they could express their thoughts and feelings in songs.

They didn’t have to worry so much about whether they could get laid or get signed or how to make a good record, because they had music that they could sing and listen to.

So the music really was there.

It wasn’t a matter of finding a tune and putting it on the air or whatever.

The music just flowed, and when the artists were having fun and having fun, they were also doing something positive and positive in their lives.

That’s what makes the music so popular.

What kind of music did the blues inspire?

The blues was born from the blues genre.

This was the time when African- Americans were playing jazz, and people were trying to find a sound that wasn’t so mainstream, and that’s what the blues was about.

The people that were making the music, in many ways, were just like the musicians of the day.

They were making music that had meaning and meaning and significance to people at the time.

It was a time when there were so many young artists and artists in the country that were looking for inspiration.

And the people that had that inspiration, that wanted to be a part of the world, were looking to be heard.

So they started to do things in this vein that were really cool and exciting to be able to do, and this was the beginning of a very cool, exciting time.

What are some other artists that inspired the blues like?

The blues, like the blues is very popular today, but there were other people that inspired people to make music that made them feel good and feel like they could be in that place where the blues inspired them.

The artists that really brought that music into the world were African- American musicians.

Some of those people were John Coltrane, Elvin Jones, and Miles Davis.

These artists were able to create songs that would be very popular because they could make music with words, and their lyrics were catchy and their music had a lot to do with feeling good.

And when these artists sang, people would be listening.

And as musicians, we had to do our best to make people feel good about our music.

What made jazz popular?

The first major influence on jazz was the music of the African- African-Caribbean musical tradition, which is based in Africa.

When we think about African-America music, we think of music from the African diaspora, but those were not the only influences.

The influence was also the music that was played by African-descended musicians in the 1930s and 40s, including Miles Davis and John Colter.

There was the sound of jazz, which was very different from the way that most people would have heard it.

It had a sound of more country music, a country sound, and a jazz sound, a kind of jazz sound.

It sounded very African-like.

What were the musical influences on R&b music in the late 19th and early early 20, and on the blues in the mid-20th century?