Product no.: RUF 7716


Bernard Allison’s album 'Funkifino' is taking the tradition of black music he grew up with into the 90th melting the influences into his own brand - Bernard Allison.



Product no.: RUF 1252


Bernard Allison is unstoppable. He’s the face on the magazines and the voice on the radio. He’s the showman roaming the open road on the 2018 Blues Caravan tour, bringing it to the people each night with compadrés Mike Zito and Vanja Sky. He’s the visionary songwriter whose latest studio release – Let It Go – is already tipped as a top album of 2018. It’s a work ethic that would leave most musicians gasping but for this creative dynamo – now entering his fifth decade at the head of the blues pack – it’s all in a day’s work.

Product no.: RUF 1092

Bernard Allison - who at 37 is a baby in blues years and is only now hitting his stride.
"Kentucky Fried Blues" is Allison's first live album in nearly a decade. If you've already had the chance to see him in concert, it'll take you back. If you haven't, it'll take you there.

--CD Notes by Vincent Abbate

also available on DVD (RUF 3002)

Product no.: RUF 1017


The title is program: born in 1965 in Chicago Bernard Allison was introduced into the roots of black music and playing electric guitar by his father, the living blues legend Luther Allison.

Product no.: RUF 1027


Re-Mastered by Pauler Acoustics

For the brandnew album Times Are Changing, Bernard is joined on vocals and harmonica by Bobby Rush (on In The Morning) and the production chair is occupied by Jim Gaines. Bernard brews up his unique mix of blues, R&B and funk with a flair and blues feeling that makes Times Are Changing his most confident, blistering and funky recording.


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