Best Blues podcasts (updated May 30, 2015). History, heritage, and music.
Aint Nuthin But Bob Blues is aired twice a week on Dekadance-radio.com Great Blues and lively chat.
60 minutes of the best in podsafe blues broadcast every every weekend from London, England.
"Keeping The Blues Alive" award winner P.W. Fenton reports, in just 2 minutes, on what happened on this date in the history of the Blues
Blues Moose Radio presents ... The Best Blues Music !!!
Join us as we explore the wonderful world of the Blues, and it's history, heritage, and rich cultural traditions.
The Blues Nation Show is hosted by blues / rock guitarist Mark Kerr. Mark spins the very best signed and unsigned blues / rock bands from across the globe and features music from his own CD's.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nothing but the blues, from the earliest to the latest, all genres
This weekly podcast delivers the best of blues music to ya, new or old! Pop open a cool one, sit back and let these BluzNdaBlood!
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.
Hosted by Liam & Gaz, Blues Kitchen Radio is a weekly rhythm ‘n’ roots show that celebrates anything from 1920′s Delta Blues, through gritty funk & soul all the way to the hottest contemporary tunes.
GLT Music Director and Blues Host Jon Norton shares what he thinks are top blues tunes in this weekly podcast. Listen for up-and-coming artists and tunes from musicians deserving a bit more attention. You'll also learn a little about the artist and with this weekly podcast, you'll stay on top of what's happening in 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!
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 positioned for this exciting revolution!” Danny O’Bryant; ” This is an exciting time to be in radio. The way our music is delivered to us has been, and will continue to be in flux. The shift to Internet radio gives us more opportunities than ever before. Independent artists are now able to get exposure on a global scale, easily and affordably. We intend to showcase local and regional blues artists on an international platform”
Big Band Serenade is your source for memories of the best of the Big Band Era. Join us each week as we explore the world of Big Bands, Jazz, and the Blues.
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.
Playing all shades of blues from all around the world.
The finest Blues, Rock, Soul and anything else that takes my fancy. Sit back, put your feet up and join me for the ride of your life and lots of fun on the way.
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.
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
Rusty Wright (You Know I Know); Big Daddy Wilson (Mississippi John); Tim Jones (Fingers Under The Door); Big Mama Thornton (You Did Me Wrong); Big Maybelle (One Monkey Don't Stop No Show); Dennis Herrera Blues Band (Talkin' At My Back Door); Little Chevy (Rocking Chair); John Campbell (Texas Country Boy); Johnny Copeland (Don't Stop By The Creek, Son); Adam Tanner (Bright Eyes); Papa Charlie Jackson (All I Want Is A Spoonful); Blues Engine (For A Breath I Tarry); Nina Simone (I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl); Bessie Smith (Honey Man Blues); Sugar Ray and The Bluetones (Things Could Be Worse); Ria Reece Band (A Thing Called Love).
Artist Track Source Label Jack Bon Slim Combo Faded Roses Blues What A Good Life www.jackbon.com Rob Tognoni Queensland Heat Energy Red www.robtog.com Lefty Dom Calvin Inside www.leftydom.com Bourbon Street Same Old Blues Just One Night www.bourbon.street.free.fr Off Six The Road The Weight of the Line www.offsix.com La Vendore Rogue Play It All Night Long Light Up With www.lavendorerogue.com Purple Blues My My My Live www.purpleblues.fr Ronan Going Home Lonesome Wolf The Honeymen Little Girl High Rise Fever www.thehoneymen.fr Jérôme Piétri No More Lies Gone Fishin' www.jeromepietri.eu Shaggy Dogs Hello Who Let the Shaggy Dogs Out? www.shaggy-dogs.com Thorbjørn Risager You Walked Right In The Track Record Cope Records
Today's show features music performed by Willie Mabon and Benny Goodman
Boom Boom JL Hooker & ZZ Top Robert McAngus recommended Chicken in the Corn Brushy One String Chicken in the Corn At Last Stevie Nicks Live Swamp Thing Poplar Jake & The Electric Delta Review See What You Done Ain't It Rough Doug MacLeod Exactly Like This Mr Pitiful Ben Poole Live At the Royal Albert Hall High Blood Pressure Boz Scaggs A Fool to Care Loan Me a Dime Wily Bo Walker & E D Brayshaw Stone Cold Beautiful Brown Bomba Mojo Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King Fat Man's Shine Parlor Needed time Eric Bibb featuring Blind Boys of Alabama Blues people
Today's show features music performed by Ray Charles and Eric Von Schmidt
ZZ TOP – 2000 blues - The Heaviest (2015) Wes Jeans – Jumping at shadows - Forest Of The Pine - 2006 Davy Knowles – A million miles away - The Outsider (2015) Velma Powell & Bluedays – We bring the blues to you - Step Into The Blues – 2015 Todd Wolfe Band – annalee - Long Road Back – 2015 Eric Clapton- Key to the highway(with B.B. King) - Forever Man Deluxe 3CD 2015\CD3 Dirty Sweet –You’ve been warned- American Spiritual – 2010 Rival Sons – Soul – Live Darrell Mansfield –Honey Hush - I Am Not Alone – 2014 Ana Popovic – Hot southern night (with Lucky Peterson) - Can You Stand The Heat – 2013 Anson Funderburgh And The Rockets – Talk to you by hand - Thru the Years, A Retrospective – 1995 Joe Bonamassa – spoonful - Muddy Wolf At Red Rocks - 2015
Located in the northwest corner of Louisiana, Shreveport has had a thriving music scene for many decades. From such blues icons as Jesse Thomas and Oscar "Buddy" Woods (of the two of them, only Thomas would make records after World War II) -- to such legendary rockers as Dale Hawkins, whose big hit "Susie Q" was cut "after hours" at local radio station KWKH, Shreveport has a lot about which it can be rightfully proud. On this episode of Blues Unlimited, we focus on two of the movers and shakers in the music business in Shreveport - Mira Smith, who started up a handful of labels, including Ram, Clif, and Jo (among others) and Stan Lewis, who operated Shreveport's all-important record distributorship for many years, and finally (at the encouragement of Leonard Chess) got into the record business himself. Also on the program, some very fine country blues that were captured during the height of the post-war era, courtesy of labels like Gotham, JOB (another home-grown Shreveport label), Pacemaker...
Here's one we haven't dusted off in a while. It's got all you could want and a little more: everything from killer Down Home Blues to classic R&B and even a little bit of Soul thrown in too! We don't often pull out these REALLY old ones.... so enjoy while you can! Yours in the blues --SBH On this episode of Blues Unlimited, we aim the spotlight on Shreveport, Louisiana. Home to a thriving music scene, the "Louisiana Hayride" (a rival of the "Grand Ole Opry"), and more than a dozen record labels, join us for some fine Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Country Blues, and a little bit of Soul. Blues from Shreveport, on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: Map of Shreveport, c. 1920
Join us for another installment of our ongoing series, "The Legends of Bluesville." This time around, we’re going to St. Louis, to hear from Henry Townsend, Big Joe Williams, Daddy Hotcakes, Roosevelt Sykes, Henry Brown and more. It’s "The Legends of Bluesville," on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: Another classic from Bluesville, Henry Townsend's LP for the label is a super-rarity today.
Join us for another installment of our ongoing series, "The Legends of Bluesville." This time around, we’re going to St. Louis, to hear from Henry Townsend, Big Joe Williams, Daddy Hotcakes, Roosevelt Sykes, Henry Brown and more. It’s "The Legends of Bluesville," on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: Slated for release as Bluesville LP 1078, it was withdrawn and never issued; the label would only issue eight more LPs before ceasing production. It was later issued by Folkways as part two of a three-part series, "The Blues in St. Louis."
Today's show features music performed by Earl Hooker, T-Bone Walker, and Gladys Knight
Daniel Castro, Ulrich Ellison & Tribe, Travis Bowlin, Vince Agwada, Tino Gonzales, The Cadillac Three, Richie Barron, The J. Geils Band, Andrea Marr Band, Billy Jones Bluez, Bob Suter, The Blue Voodoo, Robin Trower
Playlist: Paul Oscher-Deborah Lou, The Knickerbocker All-Stars-You Upset Me Baby, Victor Wainwright & the Wildroots- Genuine Southern Hospitality, Toots Lorraine & the Traffic-Make It Easy, Hornbuckle-One Foot In The Grave, Josh Garrett- Moonshine & Cigarettes, Peter Novelli-I-10 Boogie, Rusty Wright-Black Hat Boogie, Danny Pease & The Regulators-Grow, Broca’s Area-Summer Sun, Greg Nagy-Welcome Home, The Mighty Mojo Prophets-Night-Train, Ghost Town Blues Band-Hard Road To Hoe, Blowin’ Smoke Rhythm & Blues Band-Built For Comfort, Turbine-Hard Way To Make An Easy Living, Balkun Brothers-Control Yourself, Neal & the Vipers-The Man With The Wicked Wandering Eye, Easy Baby-Country Boy, Steve Guyger-Lookie Here, Brian Charette- Late Night Tv, Mojomatics-Soy Baby. Win $100 Gift Card in our Feed Our Friends Contest
Today's show features music performed by B.B. King
1. The Allmanbrothers band – Don't want you no more / Its not my cross to bear – Wipe The Windows … 1976 2. John Mayal – Mama Talk To your Dauther – Big man Blues 2012 3. Los Lobos – Dont Worry baby – How Will The Wolf Survive 1984 4. Hideaway – Roadhouse – Unable to label 1997 5. Kenny Wayne Shepherd – King´s Highway -trouble Is 1997 6. Jimmy Witherspoon – Help Me – Spoon life 1994 7. Blues Traveler – how You Remember it – North Hollywood Shootout 2008 8. Jeff Healy Band / Blue Jean Blues – See The Light 1988 9. Jack Bruce _ Robin Trower – Come To Me – Seven Moons – 2008 10. Gary Moore – Midnight Blues – ballads _ Blues 1982-1994 – 1994 11. Lonnie Mack – Stop – Attack of The Killer V 1990
Today's show features music performed by Bessie Smith, the Memphis Jug Band, and Ray Charles
From Chicago's opulent Regal Theatre, to an intimate coffee house in New York City, to the back alley ways of the legendary Maxwell Street market, and onto live festival stages at Newport and Ann Arbor, the blues — captured live in performance, anyway — doesn't get much better than this. Here, then, are a few recordings from the 1960s that frequently get picked by fans and critics alike as "the best live blues recordings of all time," and just for fun, we've thrown in a few personal favorites as well. Classics from B.B. King ("Live at the Regal"); Robert Nighthawk ("And This Is Maxwell Street"); John Lee Hooker ("Live at the Cafe Au Go-Go"); Magic Sam (Live at Ann Arbor); Muddy Waters ("At Newport"), and more. Pictured: Another all-time classic of Blues, captured live in performance: B.B. King, Live at the Regal (Notably, he said many years later, that it was "just another night on the road," and that he had no idea that his company would pick THIS performance to put out on a record. All...
Just in case you missed our big announcement.... Blues Unlimited is now being distributed through NPR's Content Depot, with the hopes that more stations than ever will start picking it up. As a public service to our listeners everywhere, each week, we'll also post that episode here as well.... this week, another of our all-time favorites.... with too many great moments to count. Enjoy! Join us as we explore some of the very best live blues performances of all time — B.B. King at the Regal, Muddy Waters at Newport, Robert Nighthawk on Maxwell Street, Magic Sam at Ann Arbor, and more. The blues, quite simply, doesn't get much better than this. Pictured: An all-time classic: Muddy Waters At Newport, from 1960.
Today's show features music performed by Howlin' Wolf and Sonny Boy Williamson II
Artist Track Source Label Original Legends of the Blues Why I Sing the Blues Still Carrying the Flame www.originallegendsoftheblues.com BB King Miss Martha King The Life of Riley OST Universal Music BB King Precious Lord The Life of Riley OST Universal Music BB King Everyday I have the Blues Live at the Regal MCA Records BB King The Thrill Is Gone The Life of Riley OST Universal Music BB King You're Still My Woman Indianola MississippiSeeds BGO Records BB King Second Hand Woman Take It Home BGO Records BB King with Dr John There Must Be a Better World Somewhere Deuces Wild MCA Records BB King with the Rolling Stones Paying the Cost To Be the Boss Deuces Wild MCA Records BB King & Eric Clapton When My Heart Beats Like a Hammer Riding with the King Reprise Records BB King with Van Morrison Early In The Morning BB King & Friends - 80 Universal Music BB King See That My Grave Is Kept Clean One Kind Favour Geffen Records The Jimmy Bowskill Band Three O'Clock in the Morning The Jimmy...
Today's show features music performed by Muddy Waters and P.W. Fenton
Welcome back to another show. This week our show is dedicated to the late, great BB King – who died last week. Rest in Peace BB and thank you for the music. Here’s the playlist: We dedicate this show to the late genius BB King Dave Hunt-Sold Me Down The River Tom McCartney-Hard Times A’Comin Albert Collins-Give Me My Blues/Brick Son Seals-Sitting At My Window/Mother In Law Blues Roomful Of Blues-That’s A Pretty Good Love/Ain’t Nothing Happening Mojo Juju & The Snake Oil Merchants-Sacred Heart Of Mary Mete Ege-Walkin Shoes/Raining In London Town (again) Johnny Winter-Evil On My Mind/Shake Your Moneymaker B.B King – King Catfish Blues Thanks for listening. See you next week.
Salty Dog's JUMP - BB KING Podcast, 23 May 2015 Visit: www.salty.com.au A tribute to the King of the Blues, Riley B. King - Blues Boy King, B.B. King to some. Passed to the next gig 14 May 2015, age 89 years. RIP, long remembered. This week's Track List: ** Australia 1. BB King w. Billy F. Gibbons (Tired Of Your Jive) CD '80' 2. BB King (That Ain't The Way To Do It) CD 'The Blues' 3. BB King N Eric Clapton (Three O'Clock Blues) CD 'Riding With The King' 4. BB King (Sweet Little Angel) CD 'The Blues' 5. BB King (It's My Own Fault) CD 'Live At The Regal' 6. BB King (Never Make Your Move Too Soon) CD 'Greatest Hits' 7. BB King (You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now) CD 'Live At The Regal' 8. BB King (Gambler's Blues) CD 'Greatest Hits' 9. BB King (How Many More Years) CD 'One Kind Favour' 10. BB King (Why I Sing The Blues) CD 'Greatest Hits' 11. BB King (Boogie Woogie Woman) CD 'The Blues' 12. BB King (Paying The Cost To Be The Boss) CD 'Greatest Hits' 13. BB King (The Thrill Is Gone) CD 'Greatest...
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This week in The Roadhouse, we fill the hour with a tribute to B.B. King. Few blues artists could pull of the broad range of blues styles he popularized over a 60-plus year career, and that range is on full display in the hour. Of course, it's impossible to honor "The King of the Blues" without including some of his most well-known tracks. Include those in a mix with other lesser-known songs and you'll find a full measure of the greatness of the late B.B. King in the 534th Roadhouse.
Sugaray Rayford (Take Away These Blues); Micke Bjorklof and Blue Strip (Last Train To Memphis); Shaun Murphy (Big Train Stops At Memphis); Martin McNeill (Waiting For My Baby); Mississippi Fred McDowell (Mama Says I'm Crazy); J.B. Hutto (Angel Face); The Mannish Boys (Can't Make A Livin'); Buddy Flett (Livin' Ain't Easy); Otis Clay and Johnny Rawls (Voodoo Queen); Teresa James and The Rhythm Tramps (Voodoo Doll); Little Freddie King (Two Days, Two Nights); Sleepy John Estes (Working Man Blues); Bert Deivert and Copperhead Run (Drop Down Mama); Tab Benoit (Still Going Down The Road); Elmore James (One Way Out).
Artist Track Source Label Sonic Gypsy I Was Born A Rolling Stone Born A Rolling Stone www.thesonicgypsy.com Tim Jones Watching You Home Again http://www.timjonesband.com Blue Swamp Band Eleven Bar Blues Voodoo Soup Magnetic Heaven Wily Bo Walker & Ed Brayshaw Storm Warning Stone Cold Beautiful Mescal Canyon Records Blues Engine Valentine CD single www.bluesengine.net The Black Sheep Slaughterhouse Blues Life on Marsh Zoe Schwarz Blues Commotion Fine & Mellow I'll Be Yours Tonight - Live 33 Records Little Devils My Perfect You The Storm Inside Krossborder Rekords Benny Guitar Carr You Ain't Good Looking Enough to be That Bossy Good Times www.bennyguitarcarr.co.uk Kris Dollimore Gamblin' Bar Room Blues AllGrown Up Sun Pier Recordings Ryk Mead & the London Blues Machine Blues Latino Chicago www.rykmead.co.uk
Today's show features music performed by Fats Domino and Artie Shaw
J.J. Cale - After Midnight Flavium – Nightlife Derek & The Dominos – Layla Ry Cooder - Dark End Of The Street Tony Joe White - (You're Gonna Look) Good In Blues Canned Heat - On The Road Again Stevie Ray Vaughan - Cold Shot The Jeff Healey Band - I Think I Love You Too Much John Lee Hooker - One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer Eddie Boyd & Peter Green - She's Real Buddy Guy - Damn Right, I've Got The Blues Barrelhouse - The Sudden Stop Keb Mo' - More Than One Way Home Billy Boy Arnold - I Wish You Would The Fabulous Thunderbirds - Tuff Enuff Taj Mahal - She Caught The Katy & Left Me A Mule To Ride
Intro Song B.B. King, “3 O’Clock Blues”, SIngin’ The Blues, 1957 Crown LP, w/ the Maxwell Davis Orchestra, In Memory of B.B. King passed away May 14th at the age of 89 First Set B.B. King, “Why I Sing The Blues”, The Best of B.B. King, ! B.B. King, “Paying The Cost to be the Boss”, How Blue Can You Get B.B. King, “How Blue Can You Get”, How Blue Can You Get Second Set B.B. King , “Every Day I Have the Blues” B.B. King , “Caldonia” B.B. King, “Nothin Loves Me But My Mother” Third Set B.B. King , “Six Silver Strings”, King of the Blues B.B. King , “Let The Good Times Roll”, 1964/Live at the Regal, w/ Bobby Bland B.B. King, “Sweet Little Angel”, 1964/Live at the Regal Fourth Set B.B. King, “The Thrill Is Gone”, Wrapped Up and Ready, 2014 Delta Groove Production, Buddy Guy & B.B. King, “Stay Around a Little Longer”, Living Proof, Silvertone Records
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They Want Money Rod Piazza And The Mighty Flyers Live At B B King"s Every Day I Have The Blues B. B. King Live At The Regal Sweet Little Angel B. B. King Live At The Regal It's My Own Fault B. B. King Live At The Regal How Blue Can You Get? B. B. King Live At The Regal Bedroom Floor Kat & Co Dark Narcotic Poplar Jake & The Electric Delta Review See What You Done Third Time Lucky Dave Arcari + the Hellsinki Hellraisers Whisky in my Blood Big Bad World Gerry Jablonski & The Electric Band Trouble With The Blues I Want to Be Loved Kim Wilson, Mud Morganfield For Pops Conviction The Lachy Doley Group Conviction Don't Try Georgie Fame Two Faces Of Fame Wise Crackin�۪ Junque Gallery Vintage Junk Man Has To Struggle Van Morrison Down The Road
Guy Verlinde - Learning how to love you – Better days ahead - 2015 Steve Fister – Stumble - The Tri-fecta A Triple Threat - 2015 The Royal Southern Brotherhood – I wanna be Free – Don’t Look back – 2015 Spin Doctors – Scotch and water blues - Songs from the road – 2015 44's , the – Devil Woman - on the 13th – 2015 Joey Gilmore – Let a good thing go bad - Brandon's Blues – 2015 King Of The World – Woman across the river - Live At Paradiso (2015) Kris Barrras – I don’t want the blues - Kris Barras band – 2015 Mr Sipp – sipps slide - The Mississippi Blues Child (2015) Samantha Fish – Roadrunner- Wild Heart – 2015 Seasick Steve – Sonic soul boogie - Sonic soul surfer – 2015
Today's show features music performed by Little Walter and "Philadelphia" Jerry Ricks
Today's show features music performed by Dinah Washington, Chuck Berry, and Albert King
Raoul and Black Friday, Altered Five, Andy T - Nick Nixon Band, Bryce Janey, Ben Poole, Chris Bergson Band, Davide Pannozzo, Vintage Trouble, Gregg Giarelis, Bob Suter, Richie Barron, Buddy Guy, Ritchie Dave Porter
Playlist: Shaka & The Soul Shakers-Mr Levy’s Grave, Josh Garrett- Whole Bottle Of Whine, Hans Theessink & Terry Evans-Cross Roads Blues, Eliza Neals-Spinning, Bo & The Bluesdrivers-Out On The Street, Johnny Drummer-Don’t Call Me Trash, Voo Davis-Had Enough, Josh Hoyer & The Shadowboxers-Til She’s Lovin’ Someone Else,John Nemeth-Three Times A Fool, Deanna Bogart-Fine By Me Good Bayou, Lisa Mann-Satisfied, Janiva Magness-Let Me Breathe, JP Soars-Somethin’ Ain’t Right, Billy Hector-Evil,Slick & Sly, Peter Novelli-Thinkin’ Or Drinkin’ , Slam Allen- CAn’t Break AWay From That Girl, One Eyed Johnny & The Gravediggers- Devil’s Dancin’, Sugar Ray & the Bluetones-Living Tear To Tear, Brandon Santini-Got Good Lovin’.
Today's show features music performed by Alberta Hunter and Sterling Magee
Today's show features music performed by Carl Perkins and Jimmy Thackery
Show # 270 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know" Slam Allen began his musical journey performing in the family band, The Allen Brothers before spending nine years as guitarist, lead singer and frontman for the legenday James Cotton. Now, his new album Feel These Blues is showcasing Slam as his own man, forging a new trail. Slam and I will talk about his journey and we will explore his many influences and what it feels like to influence the new generation of Blues Artists. Anthony Gomes was raised in Toronto and began plying in his early teens.In the late 90's he moved to Chicago and had a brief stint with Magic Slim & The Teardrops before he was recognised as "Best Unsigned Blues Band" by Buddy Guy's Legends. His music has charted on Billboard, been awarded numerous accolades and awards and now Anthony has release Electric Field Hollar with a dozen original tracks. Anthony and I will discuss his career. In addition to his solo albums, Jason Ricci...
Gaz and Liam mark the sad passing of B.B. King with some fantastic new tunes from The Strypes, Low Cut Connie, Mavis Staples and Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear, plus classics from James Carr, Tarheel Slim and the ‘King of the Blues’ himself. Get the tunes atwww.itunes.com/blueskitchen, email on firstname.lastname@example.org and follow on Twitter @theblueskitchen
Tino Gonzales, Rocky Athas, Harpdog Brown, RC and The Moonpie Band, The Beat Daddys, Sammy Hagar, Ronnie Baker Brooks, Markey Blue, Louisiana's Leroux, Barbara Blue, Jeff Healey, Hurricane Ruth, Richie Barron, The Rich Harper Band.
Today's show features music performed by Johnny Otis Show and Wilbert Harrison
Artist Track Source Label Selwyn Birchwood Hoodoo Stew Don't Call No Ambulance Alligator Records Elvin Bishop Can't Even Do Wrong Right Can't Even Do Wrong Right Alligator Records Joe Bonamassa I Gave Up Everything For You, 'Cept the Blues Different Shades of Blue Provogue Records Lisa Mann I Was Gonna Satisfied http://www.lisamannmusic.com/ Bobby Rush and Dr John with Blindog Smokin' Another Murder in New Orleans Decisions Silver Talon Records John Nemeth Bad Luck is My Name Memphis Grease Blue Corn Music Sista Monica You Can't Go Back Living in The Danger Zone Mo' Muscle Records Mud Morganfield & Kim Wilson Just To Be With You For Pops (A Tribute to Muddy Waters) Severn Records Big Pete I Was Fooled Choice Cuts Delta Groove Music Charlie Musselwhite Cristo Redentor Juke Joint Chapel Henrietta Records Gary Clark Jr. Please Come Home Gary Clark Jr. Live Warner Brothers Marcia Ball Can't Blame Nobody But Myself The Tattooed Lady & the Alligator Man Alligator Records Janiva Magness...
BB King, Black Cat Bone with Mick Taylor (micktaylor.com), Chris Stapleton, Pete Mitchell, Andre BissonMusic, Andrea Marr Band, Bobby Messano, Chris Duarte, Richie Barron, Ken Valdez, The Axxman feat. Danielle Bollinger, Foghat
Today's show features music performed by Ray Charles, Joe Williams, and Lightnin' Hopkins
Welcome back to another blues women special. Here’s the playlist for this week: Saffire The Uppity Blues Women – Travellin’ At The Speed Of Love/Blues In The House Laura Holland Band-Shut The Door And Turn The TV Down/I Just Can’t Love You Rory Block-If You Haven’t Got Any Hay, Get On Do/Hard Luck Child Malaya Blue-Lady Sings The Blues/Lost Girl Samantha Fish-Place To Fall/Bitch On The Run Erja Lyytinen-Grip Of The Blues/It Hurts Me Too Thanks for listening. See you all next week.