[subscription channel 817]Best Blues podcasts — History, heritage, and music (updated August 1, 2015; image by elPadawan)
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 !!!
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!
Join us as we explore the wonderful world of the Blues, and it's history, heritage, and rich cultural traditions.
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.
Aint Nuthin But Bob Blues is aired twice a week on Dekadance-radio.com Great Blues and lively chat.
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. The Blues Nation Show currently airs on these stations.
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.
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
Playing all shades of blues from all around the world.
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.
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
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.
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.
Каждый день в мире появляются тысячи новых песен, однако, большая часть из них так и не доходит до широкой аудитории. SOUNDCHECK - музыкальная программа, состоящая из музыки, отобранной Александром Цыпиным в процессе прослушивания музыкальных новинок в области рока и блюза. Выходит по пятницам с 17:00 до 18:00
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.
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.
"Блюз Бизнес" — авторская передача Алексея Рыбина о музыке в стиле блюз. История возникновения и развития этого направления, яркие представители блюзовой культуры, новинки и "старинки" жанра: слушайте каждую субботу в 21:00 с повтором в это же время (21:00) по понедельникам.
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
Smarter Than I Was Buddy Guy Born To Play Guitar Humdinger JJ Cale Live 1986 Set Me Free Bernard Allison In the Mix God Bless America Thirsty ft Lynne Jackaman Thirsty Keen & Peachy Ian Siegal The Picnic Sessions I Be's Troubled Bob Margolin Muddy Waters 100 Forgiveness (Album Mix) Malaya Blue Bourbon Street My Baby Likes To Boogaloo Steve Watts EP b. Two Shades Of Hope Johanna Harman EP Please Send Me Someone To Love Mike Vernon Y Los Garcia Just A Little Bit Fire In The Belly Van Morrison & Steve Winwood Duets: Re-Working The Catalogue
Today's show features music performed by Stick McGhee and Aretha Franklin
Kees Dusink –No wonder- Forever Blue – 2015 Mentulls, the - Reflections – 2015 Triumph – Litlle boy Blues – Thunder seven – 1984 Beth Hart and Neal Schon - I Wanna Know You - Les Paul & Friends - American Made World Played – 2005 Albert Cummings – Litlle bird - Someone Like You -2015 Barbecue Bob – Barbeque Blues - The Essential (2001)\CD 1 Canned heat – Chicken shack Boogie - Songs From The Road – 2015 Samantha Fish – Turn it up - Wild Heart – 2015 John Bare and the Killer Whales – You shook me John Ginty – Old Shoes - No Filter – 2015 Willie West – Summertime - Lafourche Crossing – 2015 The Brandos – Gettysburg Dirty Sweet – Coming Home - accoustic
Intro SongVictor Wainwright & the Wild Roots, “Boom Town”, Boom Town, Brand new 2015 Blind Pig Records First Set Original Legends of the Blues, “Stay Gone”, Still Carrying the Flame, Brad Wilson, “Step By Step”, Blues Thunder, 2015 Cali Bee Music CD The Betty Fox Band, “Think About It”, Slow BurnSecond Set The Josh Garrett Band, “Goodnight, Goodnight”, Honey For My Queen, Josh Garrett MusicCharles Wilson, “Hard To Teach, Hard To Learn”, Sweet & Sour Blues, Blues Critic RecordsDoug McCleod, “Rock I t Till the Cows Come Home”, Exactly Like This, Reference RecordingsThird Set Reverend Billy C. Wirtz, “Dirty Mutha F'Yer”, Preachers, Wrestlers, and a Couple of Cross Dressers, Buddy Guy, “Born To Play Guitar”, Born To Play Guitar, Silvertone Records, Thanks Blind Raccoon!Jim Singleton, “Don't Owe You A Thing”, 8 O'Clock in the Afternoon, Fourth Set The Lucky Losers featuring Phil Berkowitcz & Cathy Lemons, “Detroit City Man”, A Winning Hand, West Tone RecordsMississippi Fever, “300...
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Today's show features music performed by Freddie King and Buddy Guy
1. Good Clean fun – The Allman Brothers band – Seven Turns 1990 2. Ruff Times – Jimmy Dawkins – Hot Wire 81 1994 3. So Tired – innes Sibun – Farmhouse Blues 2005 4. Swagger – Ian Siegal – Swagger 2007 5. He Don't need No Money – Jarry McCain – I've Got The Blues Alll Over me 1993 6. Mercury Blues – Jimmy Thackery – The Essential jimmy Thackery 2006 7. Rocky Mountain Way – Joe Walsh – The smoker You drink..... 1980 8. Alcoholic Woman – The Homemade Jamz Blues Band – I Got Blues for you 2009 9. Bones – The Hoax – Humdinger 1998 10. Shake – Jim Shuler & Monkey Beat – The Best of Jim Shuler 2003
The first Hammond Organ -- the Model A -- was introduced in the United States in 1935 by inventor Laurens Hammond. He originally intended it for use in radio broadcasting, as a replacement for the piano in middle class homes, and as an affordable substitute for the pipe organ in churches. In the mid 1950s, the B3 model was introduced, and it quickly found a home in blues, gospel, and jazz music circles -- becoming one of their most popular sellers. On this episode of Blues Unlimited, we'll hear Hammond B3 rarities from Saint Louis-based keyboardist Sam Lazar (Jazz guitar legend Grant Green was an early member of the group) as well as J.C. Davis (his 45 for Chess, "Feznecky"), plus all time classics from Bill Doggett, Booker T. & the MG's, Jimmy McGriff, James Booker, and a special treat from Jazz keyboard legend Jimmy Smith. Although the original Hammond B3 was officially discontinued in 1974, we’re pleased to say that Suzuki -- who now owns Hammond -- recently came out with an updated...
Dear Fans and Friends, As we've been mentioning for the last couple of months... we're pleased to say that Blues Unlimited is now available through NPR's in-house distribution network, known as Content Depot. While that's great news for us, it is also a VERY EXPENSIVE proposition. The ONLY WAY this is going to work in the long-term, is for other radio stations to pick up the program for broadcast. And that's where you come in. RADIO STATIONS LISTEN WHEN YOU WRITE THEM AND TELL THEM ABOUT YOUR FAVORITE PROGRAM (Uhm, hopefully this one! But it's okay if you have other favorites too!). So please, do us a favor -- a quick email or a phone call is all it takes... to let your favorite radio station know that they can carry the best blues radio show around. Thanks for your help. We couldn't do ANY of this without you! On this episode of Blues Unlimited, we're movin' and groovin' to the sounds of the Hammond B3 organ. Popular in Jazz, Blues, R&B, Soul, and Gospel, we'll celebrate the history...
Playlist: The Blue Light, Evil Bumblebee, Lance Lopez, Hard Time, Mike Davis Project, Burnt Toast, Albert Castiglia, Burn, Shawn Holt & The Teardrops, You Done Me Wrong, John Ginty, Rock N’ Roll Sunday, Selwyn Birchwood, The Way You Wiggle, The Mighty Soul Drivers, Henpecked Man, The Dr. Izzy Band, Hang Tough, JC Smith, Talk To Me Baby, Lazer Lloyd, Out Of Time, Samantha Fish, Blame It On The Moon, The Lucky Losers featuring Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz, Cry No More, Rusty Wright, Arms Of Another, The Betty Fox Band, Who’s Holdin’?, David Michael Miller, Just Ride, Crooked Eye Tommy, Crooked Eye Tommy, Damon Fowler, Tv Mama, Jason Ricci, No Progression, Brian Charette, Late Night Tv, Mojomatics, Soy Baby
Today's show features music performed by Honeyboy Edwards and Charlie Christian
Anthony Gomes, Ken Valdez, Vargas Blues Band, The Cadillac Blues Band, Steve Arvey, Ronnie Baker Brooks, Lonnie Mack, Eric Gales, Henrik Freischlader, Ritchie Dave Porter, John Earl Walker, Gary B.B. Coleman, Ernie and the Automatics.
Today's show features music performed by Nat King Cole and Little Richard
Show # 280 – Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With “Musicians You Should Know” Southern Halo has only appeared on the IBC Shows, but we said the ladies could come by and share some exciting news. What have Natalia Morris, Christina Morris and Hannah Morris been up to? Listen in to find out. Then Arthur James makes his Monday debut on Music On The Couch. The singer, songwriter has come by during IBC show and now has a new album entitled Me, Myself and I, so it was time to make him a real Couch Kid. We’ll check in and see explore Arthur’s journey on the Blues highway, while we check out the new tunes. I met Kern Pratt last year at the Vicksburg Local Blues Challenge. We had a nice chat and he promised to stay in touch when he had his new album ready. Well the album is out and getting some great airplay and press so Kern is coming to take his seat on The Couch. We’ll talk about his journey and where he is heading while we listen to music from Broken Chains. Finally on Couch Kid New...
On the show this week, Liam and Gaz bring you tunes from The Meters, Richard Hawley, Little Feat, RL Burnside, Bo Diddley, Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Kinks and a new tune from Keith Richards (yes, you heard right!!). Get the tunes at www.itunes.com/blueskitchen, email on firstname.lastname@example.org and follow on Twitter @theblueskitchen
Today's show features music performed by Tampa Red and Willie Dixon
Artist Track Source Label Tony Joe White Shakin' The Blues Uncovered Swamp Records Devil Drives Righteous Blues Devil Drives www.devildrives.com Mumbo Jumbo Coming Home Life of Riley www.mumbo-jumbo.biz Mark Harrison Where Ignorance is Bliss The World Outside www.markharrisonrootmusic.com Debbie Bond & the Trudats You're The Kind of Trouble That Thing Called Love Blues Roots Productions 3AM Hideaway Blues Angel of the Road www.3am.uk.com Tim Hain & Alan Glen One Step Forward The Glenhain Gold Reserve Note Records Andy Twyman Afraid of the Blues Blues You Haven't Heard Before www.andytwyman.com Spikedrivers Rooster Stopped Crowin' Live in London Scratchy Records Catfish So Many Roads So Many Roads www.catfishbluesband.com Malaya Blue Hope CD Single MBM Music Ruby Tiger Best Friend Vistas Clapton Waller Records Babajack Death Letter Running Man Running Rooster Records Blues Spiders Blues Train All My Fault www.facebook.com/TheBluesSpiders Sandi Thom Stormy Weather Flesh & Blood...
A return to the podcasting and a chance to announce the British Blues Award 2015 nominees for the Kevin Thorpe Songwriter Award as sponsored by...
Today's show features music performed by Lightning Hopkins and Mick Jagger
Welcome back to another blues women special. What a line up this week: Karena K – Do You Remember Amy Hart-Put Me Back/Congratulations Angela Lewis Brown-Blues, Blues Lovin/Set Me Free Katie Bradley-One Day/Little By Little Shaun Murphy-I Wouldn’t Treat A Dog The Way You Treated Me Laura Holland Band-Led Astray By You/Forgive Me Niecie-Rockin A Baby/Skin To Skin Thanks for listening. Catch you all again next week.
Beth Hart & Neal Schon, Brothers Of The Southland, Vdelli, Eric Burdon, Vintage Trouble, Travis Bowlin, Rocky Athas, Ritchie Dave Porter, Popa Chubby, Mike Henderson & The Bluebloods, Kirby Sewell Band, 14 Karat Black
Salty Dog's POWER Podcast, 25 July 2015 Visit: www.salty.com.au The Dawg powers on with a bunch nu vibe for ya. New from Seasick Steve, Emma Donovan, Jason Isbell, Greg Dodd, Richard Thompson, Third Time Around, Bill Jackson, Chuck Prophet, Ward's Xpress, Ronnie Earl, Alison Ferrier and Darrell Scott. Too much ain't enough!! This week's Track List: ** Australia 1. ** Three Kings (Three Kings Boogie) CD 'Three Kings' 2. Seasick Steve (Bring It On) CD 'Sonic Soul Surfer' 3. ** 19 Twenty (2 N 4) CD 'Zion' 4. John Lee Hooker (Dimples) CD 'Don't Look Back' 5. Railroad Earth (Too Much Information) CD 'Railroad Earth' 6. ** Emma Donovan N The Putbacks (Black Woman) CD 'Dawn' 7. Jason Isbell (24 Frames) CD 'Something More Than Free' 8. Selwyn Birchwood (The River Turned Red) CD 'Don't Call No Ambulance' 9. Johnnie Johnson (The Blues Don't Knock) CD 'Johnnie Be Eighty. And Still Bad!' 10. Son Volt (Back Into Your World) CD 'Straightaways' 11. ** Greg Dodd N Hoodoo Men (No One Home) CD 'Movin On...
Old-timers know the secret, but newbies might be surprised when entering this edition of The Roadhouse - that the blues is about good as much as it is about bad. Reverend Raven & The Chainsmokin' Altar Boys, Carolyn Wonderland, Buddy Guy, John Ginty, Wee Willie Walker prove the point in this edition by keeping you moving and happy. That's what happens when you find yourself inside another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 543rd Roadhouse.
Rachelle Coba (Never Been To Memphis); Juke Boy Bonner (Real Good Woman); Cathy Lemons (I'm A Good Woman); Paul Cowley (Little Red Rooster); L.R. Phoenix (Going Down South); Shemekia Copeland (Turn The Heat Up); Charley Patton (Love My Stuff); Corey Harris (Black Rag); Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters (Every Night About This Time); Debbie Bond and The TruDats (You're The Kind Of Trouble); Homesick James and Snooky Pryor (Last Fair Deal); Eric Clapton (Come On In My Kitchen); Kim Wilson (Black Cat Bone); Robert Pete Williams (Freight Train Blues); The Blue Voodoo (High Tailing).
Artist Track Source Label Albert Cummings No Doubt Someone Like You Blind Pig Records Breezy Rodio Walking With My Baby (She's So Fine) So Close to It WindChill Records Mike Vernon y Los Garcia All Around the World Just A Little Bit Cambaya Records Pork Chop Willie Ain't Nobody (gonna save my soul) Love Is the Devil www.porkchopwillie.com Rob Berry Blues in Ma Head Blues N Boxes Daylight Records Big Daddy Wilson Some Say Time DixieFrog Records Guy Tortora Ballad of the Boll Weavil Bluesman in a Boneyard Turtle Dove Records Dave Hunt Mississippi Blues Whiskey and Demons Mad Ears Productions The Lucky Losers What Have I Done Winning Hand West Tone Records Laura Tate Snake Tattoo I Must Be Dreaming www.musicbylauratate.com The Betty Fox Band Our Love Slow Burn www.bettyfox.net Blues Engine Hold Out The Quick and the Dirty www.bluesengine.net
Today's show features music performed by Ella Mae Morse and Paul Butterfield
Andre Bisson, Anthony Gomes, Barbara Blue, Bonedog, Chris Joyner, Davide Pannozzo, Ken Valdez, Ladee Bianca, Moses Izear Jones, Nice As Pie, Ruff Kutt Blues Band, Vinny Dappio, RC and The Moonpie Band, The Grimms
Chris Harper - Stormy Monday 44's The – hanging Tree -On The 13th - 2014 John Primer - Lonsome For Your Love Buddy Guy – Damn Right I’v got the Blues Los Reyes Del Ko - I Just Can't Leave You Alone Los Lonely Boys – Rule the World - Revelation – 2014 Lonnie Mack – Oreo Cookie Blues - Strike Like Lightning Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King - Where I Want To Be
TroubleKeith RichardsCrosseyed Heart Giving You My Mojo Gaye Adegbalola & The Wild Rutz Is It Still Good to Ya? Radio Edit - Mastered Mr Tumblin' It hurts me too Ruby Tiger Single 5 Tienes Mi Alma en Tus Manos Sean Taylor The Only Good Addiction Is Love Money Don't Matter Martin Harley and Daniel Kimbro Live at Southern Ground Party In Heaven The Kentucky Headhunters With Johnnie Johnson Meet Me In Bluesland Lady And I Gerry Jablonski & The Electric Band Trouble With The Blues Deep Ellum Blues Miss Marcy & Her Texas Sugardaddy's Deep Ellum Woke Up This Morning (Featuring Bruce"Mississippi" Johnson) The Steady Rollin' Revue The Steady Rollin' Revue Do You Remember Karena K ...and this wild heart beats again If You Want It 24 Pesos Do The Right Thing Struttin' My Stuff Elvin Bishop (feat. Derek Trucks & Warren Haynes) The Blues Rolls On
Today's show features music performed by Ray Charles and Prince's Band
Today's show features music performed by Chuck Berry and Percy Strother
Jeff Healey, Gary B.B. Coleman, Ry Cooder, The Rich Harper Band, Johnny Gallagher, Jack Roberts Harvey Band, Jarekus Singleton, Half Deaf Clatch, Michael Miller, Richie Barron, Jimmy Barnes, Allman Brothers Band, Vinny Dappio, John F. Klaver.
Playlist: The Alchemystics, We Can Overcome, Brian MacDonald, Dreams About You, Samantha Fish, Show Me, Crooked Eye Tommy, Love Divine, Dr. Izzy Band, Been A long Time Comin’, Papermoon Gypsys,Have You Ever Had A Reason, Damon Fowler, Spark, Jason Ricci & New Blood, Done With The Devil, John Ginty, Pirates, Hans Theessink & terry Evans, I Need Money, Albert Castiglia, Sweet Southern Angel, Shawn Holt & The Teardrops, Fannie Mae, Betty Fox Band, Sweet Memories, Josh Garrett, Same Boat, David Michael Miller, Too Early In The Morning, Kern Pratt, It Hurts Me Too, JC Smith, Ring Around The Tub, The Blue Lights, I Want To Be Bad, Lance Lopez, Lowdown Ways, Brian Charette, Late Night Tv, Mojomatics, Soy Baby
Today's show features music performed by Big Joe Williams and Fats Domino
Big Daddy Wilson – Who’s that knockin Black Top – It’s all right Nimmo Brothers – Black cat bone Henrik Freischlader – The Bridge Ryan McGarvey – Aint enough whiskey Dynamite Blues band – doin okay Tony Spinner – Baby Please don’t go Danny Bryant – tell me J.W. Jones – Lets have a ball (all recorde live for our own Radio show called Bluesmoose café)
Gaz has returned from Ibiza and Liam is back from Latitude to bring you this week’s show. Tunes from Love, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Monophonics, Albert King, Pops Staples & Steve Cropper, Nathan Beauregard, Beirut, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Dove. Get the tunes at www.itunes.com/blueskitchen, email at email@example.com and follow on Twitter @theblueskitchen.
Today's show features music performed by Clara Smith and Lena Horne
Steve Arvey got his beginning in the Blues in Florida during his college years. He and his band ended up backing Bo Diddley for a few years. He then returned to Chicago where he backed musicians such as Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy Rogers, and others. He eventually ended up back in Florida and now performs as a solo artist and with his band The Delta Swamp Rats. Steve and I will examine his journey and listen to his music. Roy Rogers is one of the preeminent slide guitarists performing the Blues today. He began playing in a band at age 13 and has not stopped performing since then. He received his first Handy Award nomination in 1985 and has played with John Lee Hooker for 4 years in the 80’s. Throughout the years he has contributed music to movies and TV, performed with Miles Davis, Taj Mahal and Norton Buffalo among others. His new album is entitled Into The Wild Blue and Roy and I will talk about his long career and the new music. Lisa Mann began her time in West Virginia, but now calls Portland...
The Chuck Hall Band, Robben Ford, The Daddy Mack Blues Band, Kelly's Lot, Percy Strother, Dave Meniketti, Allman Brothers Band, Fred Cappelier, James Peterson, The Axxman feat. Danielle Bollinger, Crazy Boy, Roy Rogers, Chris Duarte.
Today's show features music performed by Mamie Smith, Frankie "Half Pint" Jaxon, and Ray Charles
Artist Track Source Label Northsyde More The Storyteller's Daughter www.northsyde.co.uk Dani Wilde Time Songs About You Bri-Tone Records Malaya Blue Hope CD Single MBM Music Zoe Schwarz Blue Commotion Let's Explain (Blues for Billie) Exposed 33 Records Katie Bradley Long Way From Home (Acoustic) Anchor Baby Sessions www.katiebradleyblues.com Kyla Brox Always Looking at Me Live ... At last Pigskin Records Goldie Reed Take Me As I Am As I Am Lights Out By Nine Feel Like Robert Johnson (Part 1) Good Morning Mr Universe Blues Matters Records Davina & the Vagabonds I'd Rather Drink Muddy Waters Sunshine Roustabout Records The Dana Dixon Band Crazy Maisie Album Sampler www.danadixon.com Connie Lush Queen Send Me No Flowers Alessa Records Janiva Magness I Need a Man Original Fathead Records RSB They Don't Make 'Em Like You No More Don't Look Back Ruf Records L'il Ed & the Blues Imperials House of Cards Jump Start Alligator Records Songhoy Blues Nick Music in Exile Transgressive Records...
Today's show features music performed by Louis Armstrong, Howlin' Wolf and Jack Teagarden
Altered Five Blues Band, Michael Burks, Beth Hart, Bryce Janey, Bernie Marsden, Deb Callahan Band, Devon Allman, Eric Gales, Foghat, Gary Moore, Ian Moore, The Black Crowes
Welcome back. What a line up we have this week, here’s the playlist: Muddy Waters 100-Forty Days And Forty Nights (with Gary Clark jnr)/Trouble No More (with Billy Branch) Buddy Guy-Born To Play The Guitar Eddie Cotton-Ego At Your Door The Zilla Project-Mercedes Benz/Sweet Louisa Rob Berry-Roadhouse Blues/You Made Me A Fool The Wildcat O’Halloran Band-97%/Sweet Little Angel Ken Valdez-Rio Grande Blues/Far From Gone Royal Southern Brotherhood-Bayou Baby Thanks for listening and see you all next week.
This edition of The Roadhouse takes the sweltering temps in the US down several notches with cool, cool blues. Charles Wilson, Mitch Mann, Sonny Landreth, Guy Tortora, and Jimmy Reed lead the hour. Even with temps outside The Roadhouse Studios in the 90s, you'll definitely find some relief in our little dive at the outskirts of town. Whether it's temperature, or attitude, or both, the 542nd Roadhouse is clearly another cool hour of the finest blues you've never heard.
Etta James, Barbara Blue, Bobby Messano, Bonedog, Chris Joyner, Jack Roberts Harvey Band, John Earl Walker, Ken Valdez, Nice As Pie, The Rich Harper Band, Travis Bowlin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Vinny Dappio.
As promised.... here's a brand new episode, hot of the presses. Enjoy! Join us as we continue with our ongoing series, Desert Island Classics. This time around, we’ve got a handful of five-star vinyl, all from Atlantic Records. We’ll hear music from Ray Charles, Professor Longhair, T-Bone Walker, Blind Willie McTell, and more. It’s another installment of Desert Island Classics, on this episode of Blues Unlimited. Pictured: The distinctive cover art for the "Blues Originals Series," issued by Atlantic in 1972, included this 5-star gem from Professor Longhair.
The Billy Walton Band (Blues Comes A Knockin'); The Texas Horns (Cold Blooded Lover); W.C. Clark (My Texas Home); Tampa Red (Black Angel Blues); Brad Vickers and His Vestapolitans (Anna Lou Blues); Son Seals (On My Knees); Marjorie Royce (How Come You Do Me Like You Do); Lena Wilson (I Don't Love Nobody); The Kinsey Report (Can't See The Hook); Roomful Of Blues (Kill Me); Furry Lewis (Black Gypsy Blues); Papa Charlie's Boys (Gypsy Woman Blues); Lil' Ed and The Blues Imperials (Tramp On Your Street); T-Bone Walker (Too Lazy (alt. take)); Count Basie and His Orchestra (Lazy Lady Blues); Maurice John Vaughn (Nothing Left To Believe In).