with Brian Lee & Brian Parker Blackeyed & Blues host, Brian “T-Bone” Lee showcases music from blues, roots and funk in a 90 minutes weekly podcast. T-Bone’s love of music and easygoing commentary has made his show one of the most downloaded podcasts on the Internet.
The Roadhouse is a 60-minute weekly podcast of the best independent blues from around the world. Featuring a mixture of independent artists and permissions-based music from independent blues labels, it's 60 minutes of the finest blues you've never heard. An Association of Music Podcasting feed, The Roadhouse is dedicated to the independent blues artist.
Salty Dog Blues N Roots is a weekly 2 hour podcast/radio broadcast featuring the best Australian and world blues, roots and alternate country - since April 2005. Produced by Salty Dog in Melbourne, Australia and broadcast on syndication.
Based in Surrey, England, this is a podcast for blues fans the world over. Our show cover the blues scene in the UK, Europe and of course the USA. We feature well established blues artists along with hot new up-and-coming talent. The show is produced by Jason Monty who has worked in podcast production for over 5 years. The show is hosted by journalist, Kevin Black. Kevin has been a newspaper and magazine journalist for over 40 years. He was formerly editor of the rock music monthly magazine Music UK and in the mid 70s was on the staff of the music paper, Melody Maker. He has several years broadcasting experience and is a regular contributor to BBC Radio Surrey and launched a weekly local news podcast, Tandridgeradio.com along with his producer Jason Monty. The duo also run a monthly live blues music venue in Lingfield, Surrey, UK - bluesatbrowsers.com.
Here you can listen to the radio shows produced each week for Gateway 97.8, community radio for Basildon, East Thurrock & surrounds and Kansas City Online Radio. The shows are different so there are three hours of programming available each week. Full playlists can also be found at www.digitalblues.co.uk
Come sit on The Couch every Monday when I present "Musicians You Should Know". We cover Blues and Rock and Roll with occasional forays into Country/Roots and R&B. Each show we interview at least 3 guests and sometimes 4. Many of my past guests honor Music On The Couch by debuting new music before it is released. I have had the honor to present WORLD PREMIERS of a number of albums over the last year.
Blueswax's Beardo invites you on a musical journey every week for over an hour of CD quality, 21st Century Blues with a nod to The Masters. Join him and Spinner, his co-host from The Hague, for your dose of all that is blue! Broadcasting on the net since 1999.
Mike Rugel and the Delta Blues Museum take a raw look at the early history of blues music. Each show includes a series of pre-war blues tracks along with context and exposition. Visit www.deltabluesmuseum.org or Uncensored History of the Blues blog at www.purplebeech.com/blues.
The Blues Record podcast, with Harper Johnson and Eddie Delta. Your weekly hour of blues music, blues talk, blues news, and random tomfoolery. (That's the best kind of tomfoolery, don't you know?) Grab a cold beverage and enjoy the show!
A Redhead Spins The Blues is a weekly blues radio show. The DJ, Kim Sedlock, interviews bands live -- and the bands also perform live, in between chatting with Kim. Other times, she DJs the show, playing a wide variety of old and new blues from different parts of the country, including tinkling piano blues, gritty backporch harmonica blues, rockin' blues, classic blues, and even experimental blues. The show can also be heard be heard live on Mondays from 1:00-3:00PM on 106.1FM, WSCA, or streamed live at wscafm.org
Nighttime is the right time to have the blues and KWIT-KOJI dutifully brings them to you each Saturday Evening with "Stumpy" Steve Smith and the 10 O'Clock Blues. Smith, whose only real brush with southern culture was growing up in South Dakota, has enjoyed blues for about half of his life, first listening regularly to the public radio program Bluesstage with Ruth Brown. Smith mixes today's rising stars like Keb' Mo' and Susan Tedeschi with old masters like Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Waters. "Occasionally I'll throw in some Louisiana spice and I'll do a Zydeco set, or sometimes I'll play a spiritual or two," Smith says. He also takes a detour from the normal musical direction of the show when a noteworthy musician comes to town. He lists people like B.B. King, Robert Cray, Kenny Wayne Sheppard and Delbert McClinton among those whom he has interviewed for the show.
The show is produced live with a focus on weekly Interviews and Performance from the region’s top acts. Oogie and Sweet Danny Ray are known for their high energy, humor driven personality radio show. They bring Blues Entertainment to a Global Audience presented in a real, honest and sometimes raw format, which is the Blues! The Internet gives them the platform they need to bring you what they’ve really been wanting to say and play but couldn’t on terrestrial radio. It is exciting and fresh yet with the same quality “Oogie” and Danny have been bringing their listeners for years!! Jonathan says; “I am excited to launch the next phase of my radio career in partnership with NWCZ Radio. Internet radio is revolutionizing how consumers get what they want; good radio from relevant artists, delivered by a DJ not suffocated from a broken terrestrial radio business model. Internet radio is neither unfiltered nor polluted, it is the new frontier! Content will be King again and we are now posit ...
Welcome back to another show. Here’s the line up this week: The Blues Bones-Saved By The Blues/I’m Still Your Man Allen Lamun Band-I Don’t Love My Baby/I Don’t Get The Blues 3Times7-Ain’t It A Shame/Jam Song King King-Rush Hour Ged Wilson-Irwell Delta Blues/Run With The Devil Johnny Rawls-Born To The Blues/Southern Honey Villers and The Villains-Rabid Dog Blues/Big Old Dancin Bear Blues Thanks for listening and see you all next week.
After a few weeks away, it's good to be back to The Roadhouse Studios. Though I struggled a bit to put this one together, I think you'll find the outcome to be worth the struggle. Albert Castiglia, Big Jon Atkinson & Bob Corritore, Dave Muskett, Roddie Romero & The Hub City All-Stars, and Shaun Murphy are all part of the hour. With an edition almost completely full of new music, I think it's safe to say you're in for another hour of the finest blues you've never heard.
Paul Benjaman Band (Sneaker); Katie Webster (Somebody's On Your Case); Di Anne Price (Waitin' And Drinkin'); Deb Callahan (Seven States Away); Lawyer 'Soldier Boy' Houston (In The Army Since 1941); James 'Little' Houston (New Orleans Blues Take Two); Lonnie Mack (Oreo Cookie Blues); Lonnie Mack (Satisfy Susie); Carol Fran (Don't Deceive Me); Phillip Walker (Think); Sugaray Rayford (All I Think About); Mary Ann Fisher (Wild As You Can Be); Cherri Lynn (Your Money Ain't Long Enough); Robin Trower (I'm Holding On To You); Brooks Williams (Your Mind Is On Vacation); Freddie King (I'm Ready).
Artist Track Source Label Shari Puorto Home of the Blues My Obsession Little Lightning Productions Wax and Boogie Big Combo Come With Me Come With Me www.waxandboogie.info Lena & the Slide Brothers Rolleen The Road Retro U Art Ida Bang & the Blue Tears Come On Home EBC Compilation 2016 EBU Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion You Knock Me Out Livewire 33 Records Malaya Blue I Have Arrived Heartsick MBM Music Debbie Bond Enjoy The Ride Enjoy The Ride www.debbiebond.com Big Mama Montse & Sister Marion Ready To Say Goodbye Juke Joint Sessions www.bigmamamontse.com Sally Barker Jealous Bones Love Rat EP Old Dog Records Val Starr & the Blues Rocket Woman on a Mission Woman on a Mission Sandwich Factory Records Tasha Taylor Little Miss Suzie Honey For The Biscuit Ruf Records Ina Forsman Don't Hurt Me Now Ina Forsman Ruf Records Layla Zoe Wild One Breaking Free Ruf Records
Shady Heart Giles Robson For Those Who Need The Blues Going To The Shack Billy Price And Otis Clay This Time For Real Outta Town The Dove & Boweevil Band This LIfe Why'd You Do It Wille And The Bandits Grow This Is Me Kaz Hawkins Band Feelin' Good Come With Me Baby Rebecca Downes Believe The Struggle Blues Half Deaf Clatch Simple Songs For These Complicated Times Break Away Matt Andersen Honest Man The Numbers Game Mark Harrison On The Chicken Sandwich Train Lovin' Your Love Kyla Brox Throw Away Your Blues We Will Be Together Someday Robin Trower Where You Are Going To Into Your Love Will Johns Something Old, Something New... Roadmaster Roxy Perry Blues Harp Women
Coco Montoya – Dying flu Muddy Waters – Blind man Watermelon Slim – I got a toothache Big Lucky Carter – Aids is Killing me Hot Cottage – Cancer Blues Devon Allman – Blackjack Heartattack REyan Heart & the Blues Hearts – Blues Hangover Lucky lopez Evans – Blues Plague Michael Burks – Love disease Boo Boo davis – Headache Greg 'Fingers' Taylor - Chest Pains - 1989
Playlist: Easy Baby, Never Going Back To Memphis, The Alchemystics, Shine, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Wolf At The Door, Consider The Source, Many Words Of Disapproval, Two Timer, 5 Dollars, Ivor S. K., Help Poor Me, Mark Wenner, Walking By Myself, Jeff Jensen, Brunette Woman, In Layman Terms, Don’t Even Try, Jeff Chaz, I Am The Blues, Brauninger McDaniel, Let’s Get The Kinks Worked Out, Harper & Midwest Kind, It’s All In The Game, Debbie Bond, Rainbow, The Mighty Mojo Prophets, Crazy Love, Tess Henley, Daydreaming, Brothers Brown, Hurricane, Darrell Nulisch, Breaking Out, Val Starr & The Blues Rocket, The Blues Is Not A Color, Papermoon Gypsys, Little Town, The Reverend Shawn Amos, Brothers Keeper, Mike Zito, Little Red Corvette, Slam Allen, Purple Rain, Brian Charette, Late Night Tv, Mojomatics, Soy Baby Many Thanks To: We here at the Black-Eyed & Blues Show would like to thank all the PR and radio people that get us music including Frank Roszak, Rick Lusher ,Doug Deutsch, Al ...
The Damned and Dirty Live in Bluesmoose café 20 april 2016 Interview and Live recording Hoodoo Down Communist Guitar Dementia Mr Highway man Tell you about the blues Turn on loose Got me a good heart Soliloquy Seventeen Sell your Soul I ain’t gonna let yopu down The meanest woman I looked you up in the phonebook
Show # 322 Shaun Murphy returns to The Couch to share her latest release It Won’t Stop Raining. Shaun has brought the Blues out in full-force on this one. We’ll talk about the making of this album and plans are in her future. Peter Karp has released The Arson’s Match, a live concert in NYC where his long-time friend and collaborator Mick Taylor participated. The result is something incredibly special. I’ll speak with Peter about his career…and where he is headed in the future. Jeff Chaz sat with us during the IBC Preview shows this past January and he has just released his latest album, Sounds Like The Blues To Me. We’ll delve deeper into Jeff’s history and play music from the album. Sandy Carroll released Last Southern Belle back in February. It has a more country flavor about it, so I never received a copy. When I found out about the album I reached out to Sandy and scheduled this return. I told Sandy, doesn’t matter what some call it, if it is Sandy Carroll music, it belongs on ...
In another sad week for music Liam and Gaz celebrate the genius that was Prince, plus tunes from The Viscounts, Bob Dylan, John J Presley, Carrie Riley & The Fascinations, Joe Simon, The BellRays, Tony Joe White and of course The Purple One! Email on email@example.com and follow on Twitter @theblueskitchen.
One of the first people to use an electric guitar on a blues record was a 16 year-old kid from the suburbs of Chicago. The incredible true story of George Barnes, and the early heroes of electric guitar, on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: George Barnes, in his early days. This episode is also available in a high quality digital download from Bandcamp at: http://tinyurl.com/zzdja4b
It's almost like something from a rejected plot line for another sequel to “Back To The Future,” or some other time-traveling Hollywood flop: a 16 year old kid from the suburbs of Chicago, admiring Django Rheinhardt, Louis Armstrong, and Jimmy Noone, grows up in a musical family, makes his recording debut at the age of 15, and then returns to the studio 18 months later, in March 1938, to lay down some of the first electric guitar licks on wax — behind a group of seasoned Blues veterans — who, by the end of the day, can be heard exhorting him to "Pick it, Mister Man!" during almost every one of his solos. Incredibly, this isn't from a Hollywood script or a cheesy "movie of the week" TV special. It's the unlikely true story of George Barnes, a musical prodigy born in the suburbs of Chicago in July 1921, who claimed he was playing an electric guitar at the age of 10, had joined the musicians union when he was 12, and had formed his own quartet at the ripe old age of 14. Although his m ...
Altered Five Blues Band, Tommy Z, Brigitte Rios Purdy, Crooked Eye Tommy, Dave Lambert, Dave Hunt, Johnny Hawthorn, John Earl Walker, Jimmy D. Lane, Kern Pratt, Ken Valdez, Pete Karnes, Big Wolf Band, Bob Suter
Artist Track Source Label The Corey Harris Band Sista Rose Live! From Turtle Island Blues Boulevard Mississippi Bigfoot Mighty River Population Unknown Silver Tongue Records Reverend Freakchild Keep On Trucking Hilbilly Zen-Punk Blues www.treatedandreleasedrecords.com Juke Joint Jonny Going to Mississippi Pure and Simple Blues Leaf Records Miles Gilderdale & the Blueflies Funky Fly 10 Rockets for Ya Pocket www.theblueflies.com Mumbo Jumbo Taking You Back Sonic Gumbo www.mumbo-jumbo.biz Red Dirt Skinners Behind the Wheel Behind the Wheel Sidegoat Records Matt Andersen Who Are You Listening To? Honest Man TrueNorth Records Tasha Taylor Leave That Dog Alone Honey For The Biscuit Ruf Records Hazmat Modine Arcadia (Coffee, Salt & Laces) Extra-Deluxe-Supreme Jaro Median Jackson Sloan & the Drew Davies Rhythm Combo Who Shot Shorty Down? Postcard From Paris Crazy Times Records Richie Milton & the Lowdown Back to Rock + Roll Prekatrina Right Track Records Joe Rusi He Ain't Good at Loving Yo ...
Jonny Lang, Kern Pratt, Lucky Peterson, Markey Blue, Michael Burks, Mike Henderson & The Blue Bloods, Nice As Pie, Paula Harris, Pete Mitchell, RC & The Moonpie Band, Renee Austin, Tommy Z, Vargas Blues Band
Welcome back to another show. This week we feature another blues women special. Here’s the playlist: Kate Lush-Set Me Free/Do You Know What Love Is Shari Puorto-Workin The Room/When A man Loves a Woman Zoe Schwarz & Blue Commotion-I’m In The Mood/get Off My Shoulder Slinky Williams-Sweet Mama/Cha Dooky-Do Eliza Neals-Breaking And Entering/Southern Comfort Dreams Lisa Biales-Graveyard Dead Blues/Bad Girl Dena Taylor-Aint Got Nothing But The Blues Thanks for listening and catch you all next week. Producer Jason and host Kevin would like to pay tribute to the iconic musician Prince. Rest in Peace – and thanks for the incredible music.
Salty Dog's OXYGEN Podcast, April 2016 Visit: www.salty.com.au Slip on your mask tone hounds, but secure yourself before the kiddies. Yep, two hours of the best on the OXYGEN juggernaut bringing you the best in tunes and tones... git it! This week's Track List: ** Australia 1. Guy Forysth Band (Nobody Gonna Bail Me Out) CD 'The Pleaser' 2. Old Gray Mule (Ass On Fire) CD 'Have Mercy' 3. ** Cookin On 3 Burners (Skeletor) CD 'Blind Bet' 4. Bob Dylan (Absolutely Sweet Marie) CD 'Blonde On Blonde' 5. Moreland N Arbuckle (When The Lights Are Burning Low) CD 'Promised Land Or Bust' 6. Jeffery Foucault (Wild Waste and Welter) CD 'Ghost Repeater' 7. The Spin Doctors (Some Other Man Instead) CD 'If The River Was Whiskey' 8. William Clark Green (Hanging Around) CD 'Rose Queen' 9. Rhiannon Giddens (Last Kind Words) CD 'Tomorrow Is My Turn' 10. Tim O'Brien N Darrell Scott (Angel's Blue Eyes) CD 'Memories and Moments' 11. Jim Liban N Joel Paterson Trio (Real Good Deal) CD 'I Say What I Mean' 12. ...
This week, it's the second of two Roadhouse Rewinds while I work my way home from vacation. I'll be back next week with a new edition of The Roadhouse. The dark little dive we call The Roadhouse is home this week to the broadest range of blues you might find anywhere. Smokey Wilson, Frank Goldwasser, Snooky Pryor, Anders Osborne, and Bluesmasters featuring Mickey Thomas mix it up with various takes on the blues. The spotlight is on the multeity of the blues in the 270th Roadhouse, and it's definitely another hour of the finest blues you've never heard.
Running Whiskey (feat. Billy F. Gibbons) Tom Killner – Whiskey Haze Michael katon – No More Whiskey – live in ospel Dave Hunt – Whiskey Demons Eddie Taylor jr. Whiskey headed woman Anthony Gomes – Whiskey Train Pokey Lafarge – Drinki Whiskey tonight Shaun Murphy – Kiss me like Whiskey Memphis Slim – Whiskey and Gin Blues Spin Doctors – If the river was Whiskey Pat Travers – Snortin Whiskey- drinkin Cocaine Harpdog Brown – Whiskey brown Greg Copeland and Fred Messing – Moonshine Whiskey Tab benoit & Jimmy Thackery – Whiskey Store
Lonnie Mack – Stop - Attack Of The Killer V (Live) - 1990 Steven Troch – Aligator fryolator - Nice 'n Greasy – 2016 Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes – Blue radio - Ruff Stuff - 1995 Dewolff – Black cat woman - Roux-Ga-Roux – 2016 Jason Ricci & New Blood – Blues penititatry - Blood On The Road – 2005 Gov't Mule - I Feel So Bad (With Gregg Allman & Friends & John Popper) - ub Side of the Mule Deluxe Edition (2015)\CD3 Danielle Nicole – Wolf Den - Wolf Den - 2015 Joakim Tinderholt & His band –You don’t love me - You Gotta Do More- 2014 Ian Siegal & Jimbo Mathus – Dirty Old Town - Wayward Sons (2016)
Michael Hill's Blues Mob (Sweeter Days); Bob Corritore and Jimmy Rogers (She Loves Another Man); Ronnie Owens (Think Big); Earl Williams and His Quintette (You Ain't Puttin' Out Nothin' But The Lights); Big Joe Turner (I Need A Girl); Juke Rockets Blues Band (Can't Complain Blues); Ged Wilson (Irwell Delta Blues); The King Biscuit Boys (Pep In My Step); Billy Boy Arnold (St. James Infirmary); Julie Rhodes (Grinnin' In Your Face); Son House (My Black Woman); Shaun Murphy (I Hate The Blues); Norman Jackson Band (Norman's Blues); Fred McDowell, Fanny Davis and Miles Pratcher (Gravel Road Blues); Tommy Dardar (Rain Don't Help My Blues).
Artist Track Source Label Daniel Smith & Friends Go With the Flow Keys to the Highway Pinetops Records Bad Town Blues Sue's Blues Oblivion Road Bad Moon Records Chuck Leavell Boots & Shoes Back to the Woods Cross Cut Records Juke Joint Jonny Joline Pure and Simple Blues Leaf Records Anthony Geraci and the Boston Blues All-Stars Blues For David Maxwell Fifty Shades of Blue Delta Groove Music Jimmy Smith Tuition Blues Dot Com Blues Verve Music Jules Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra featuring Booker T Jones Blues for New Orleans Rockinghorse Warner Music Walter Trout feat Deacon Jones After Hours Full Circle Ruf Records Wynder K Frog Blues For A Frog Sunshine Super Frog Walhalla Records King Louie & La Rhonda Steele Rock Me Baby Rock Me Baby www.louispain.com Henri Herbert Chicago Sound You Say HH Records The Claudettes The Swinger Goes Straight No Hotel Yellow Dog Records
Baby Boy Warren, vo/g - Boogie Woogie Red, p - Calvin Frazier, g - Washboard Willie, wbd - Recorded early 1954, probably Chicago, IL. Originally released as Blue Lake single 106. Courtesy of the collection of Bill Greensmith. Baby Boy Warren was without a doubt one of the great songwriters to come out of Detroit. With a small, but fascinating catalog — it all neatly fits onto the space of just one compact disc — he tends to be overlooked by the much more prolific John Lee Hooker. Then again, you could probably say that just about every other blues musician in Detroit falls under that category as well. Unlike some of his fellow Motor City colleagues, who came up from Mississippi, Warren hailed from the river town of Lake Providence, Louisiana, just a rock’s throw from the southern end of the Mississippi Delta, where he was born in 1919. By the time he was 30, he was living in Detroit, and making his first recordings. Unfortunately, Warren’s record-making activities only lasted for a ...
Soul Serenade Lonnie Mack From Nashville To Memphis Black coffee Guy Davis featuring Fabrizio Poggi Juba Dance 06-Black coffee Mariella Tirotto & the Blues Federation Somewhere Down The Road Warm And Tender Love Percy Sledge Love Songs I'm A King Bee Moreland & Arbuckle Promised Land Or Bust Susie Q Waydown Wailers Empty Promises If The Washing Didn't Get You (The Rinsing Will) Guy King Truth Love Will Always Find A Way Richard Townend & The Mighty Bosscats Sampler Angi Davy Graham Smooth Rush Hour King King Single Home Of The Blues Shari Puorto My Obsession I Love My Skin Jon Spear Band Live Music Is Better Such A Night Dr John Recommended by Katie B
Playlist: John Nemeth, STONED, Tess Henley, Positively Me, Papermoon Gypsys,Love Medication, Bella’s Bartok, The Fiddler & The Devil, Brauninger McDaniel,Wish You The Best, In Layman’s Terms, Tangled, Jonathan Cavier, January, Bob Corritore w/Robert Lockwood Jr, Rambling On My Mind, Jeff Jensen, T-Bone Shuffle, Jeff Chaz, Make Love To You In The Sand, Ivor S.K., Delta Pines, Jane Lee Hooker, Wade In The Water, Harper & Midwest Kind, Show Your Love, Two Timer, Stick To C, Supersonic Blues Machine, Running Whiskey featuring Billy Gibbons, Val Starr & The Blues Rocket,It’s As Easy As That, King Mud,Smoked All Of My Bud, Tasha Taylor, That Man, Guy King, I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues, Layla Zoe, A Good Man, Mark Cameron, Borrowed Time, The Alchemystics, Mosh Up, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad,Whatever The Cost, Consider The Source,I’ll Fight For The Imp, Brian Charette, Late Night Tv, Mojomatics, Soy Baby Many Thanks To: We here at the Black-Eyed & Blues Show would like to thank all ...
Intro SongJohnny Rawls, “Born To The Blues”, Tiger In A Cage, Catfood Music, Nominated Soul Blues Male Artist First Set Igor Prada Band & Delta Groove All Stars, “Matchbox”, Way Down South, Delta Groove Music, Best New Artist Album, Sugaray Rayford lead singer nominated for Contemporary New Album, Contemporary Blues Male Artist, BB King Entertainer of Year, Song of the YearJarekus Singleton, “Blame Game”, Refuse To Lose, Alligator Records, Contemporary Blues Male Artist Cash Box Kings, “Download Blues”, Holding Court, Blind Pig Records, Album of the Year, Band of the Year, Traditional Blues AlbumSecond Set - Brandon Santini, “One More Mile”, Live and Extended, Vizztone Label Group, Instrumentalist - HarmonicaDoug MacLeod, “You Got It Good (And That Ain't Bad)”, Exactly Like This, Reference Recordings, Acoustic Album, Acoustic Artist, Song of the YearBuddy Guy, “Come Back Muddy”, Born To Play Guitar, RCA Silvertone, Album of Year, Contemporary Blues Album Third Set - WIBLisa Mann, “ ...
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SHOW # 321 - Live Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know" Markey & Ric come back with Couch Kid New Music of the best kind – WORLD PREMIER! The new album is entitled The Blues Are Knockin’, the follow up to their sensational debut, Hey Hey. CAN.NOT WAIT…To share this with y’all. Then Brothers Brown take their seats on The Couch to discuss their careers and how they came together in the Brotherhood of music they have formed. We’ll check out their album Dusty Road while we chat. King Louie & LaRhonda Steele came to The Couch via Greg “Slim Lively” Johnson, our good friend, and it always warms my heart when guests come to the show this way. We’ll talk to King Louie and LaRhonda about their lives and careers and their great album, Rock Me Baby. Finally, a couple of weeks before its official release date, but not quite a World Premier my buds from Tweed Funk come by and hang and tell us all about the new release, Come Together. Always a hoot when these guys tak ...
Join us for part two of the "Legends of Bluesville." This time around, we’ll aim the spotlight on Texas and the Gulf Coast, with music from Snooks Eaglin, Robert Pete Williams, Smoky Babe, and Lightnin’ Hopkins. It's the legends of Bluesville Records, on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: The grand old man of Texas Country Blues, Lightnin' Hopkins. His LPs for Bluesville made up almost a tenth of the label's output.
Join us for part two of the "Legends of Bluesville." This time around, we’ll aim the spotlight on Texas and the Gulf Coast, with music from Snooks Eaglin, Robert Pete Williams, Smoky Babe, and Lightnin’ Hopkins. It's the legends of Bluesville Records, on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: Another standout from the Bluesville catalog, "Free Again" by Robert Pete Williams.
Today’s show features music performed by Clarence Gatemouth Brown and Willie “The Lion” Smith Actually I misspoke when I mentioned the episode of Digital Flotsam that contains a true story about meeting Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown. It was episode #61 – “Foolishness”
Half Deaf Clatch, RC & The Moonpie Band, Angela Lewis Brown, Jon Knight & Soulstack, Ken Valdez, Lewis Hamilton, Low Society, Nice As Pie, Samantha Gray, The Blues Voodoo, The Black Tongued Bells, Tommy Z, Vintage Trouble