Jonny Ray Bartel shares a creative July 4, 1992, Red Devils flier that stars a legendary car.
In the final #KingKingXXX post, we put The Red Devils’ “King King” into 1992 context: The underground blues album for the grunge era.
The Red Devils were ‘Ready’ to transform this Muddy Waters classic #KingKingXXX
Papa Lightfoot recorded only a handful of singles, and missed out on the blues revival era. But this obscure bluesman’s slashing style made an impression on Lester Butler. #KingKingXXX
An appreciation of “special guest” Gene Taylor’s contribution to a legendary blues recording. #KingKingXXX
Happy 30th birthday to The Red Devils’ “King King,” July 28, 1992. #KingKingXXX
Joe Hill Louis and Willie Nix may not be famous pillars of Sun Records, but their songs were proto-versions of “Automatic” and “Goin’ to the Church,” respectively, some 40 years earlier. A deep dive into the Memphis influence on “King King.” #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
“Devil Woman” was The Red Devils’ best chance for soundtrack fame #KingKingXXX