Blues mainstays Taj Mahal et Keb’ Mo’ have come together for the first time in the studio for the album TajMo. Although only a decade separates them, this is the meeting of two generations of blues. At an early age, Taj Mahal took advantage of a rich period for the blues, propelled by interest from the UK. From the beginning, he has represented blues open to the world: in 1964 he founded one of the first interracial bands with Ry Cooder, and has always sought to mix genres, including reggae and African musical styles. While performing at a high school, his audience included a certain Kevin Moore. This young man would later become known far and wide under the stage name Keb’ Mo’. In 1994, at 43, he published his self-titled album and unveiled an ancestral, textural blues inspired by Robert Johnson. In the past ten years, Keb’ Mo’ and Taj Mahal have won five Grammy Awards, proving that they have never ceased perpetuating this inexhaustible genre. On stage, their distinct voices and guitars combine to reawaken the authentic spirit of the Delta and transport it towards new horizons. Their joyous, crowd-pleasing, multi-faceted blues reveals formidable therapeutic powers.