Mick Jagger, live bootlegs, and a farewell: London’s Borderline club is a key part of The Red Devils’ story.
The Red Devils “pitch an incendiary sound mix” in this classic Lester Butler interview from San Diego, 1993.
Check out some of the earliest Red Devils/Lester Butler fliers.
“Headed straight for the ceiling,” Lester Butler and The Red Devils look forward to a 1993 festival gig at the Mississippi Valley Blues Festival.
An appreciation of “special guest” Gene Taylor’s contribution to a legendary blues recording. #KingKingXXX
Listen as The Red Devils play a live set at Tower Records in Piccadilly Circus, London, on July 16, 1993.
Happy 30th birthday to The Red Devils’ “King King,” July 28, 1992. #KingKingXXX
Check out these rare photos featuring Mick Jagger joining The Red Devils onstage in the early ’90s
We break down the credits and thank you’s of The Red Devils’ “King King.” Who did what, and who made the cut? #KingKingXXX
The Red Devils’ Dec. 31, 1992, show at Jack’s Sugar Shack in Los Angeles boasted a surprising, one-time lineup with Canned Heat’s legendary Larry “The Mole” Taylor on bass.