Best bluesdanceworld podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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On November’s episode of Blues Dance World, Katie introduces us to Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the godmother of Rock and Roll and someone who’s influence heavily shaped modern music. Then, the regular Blues Dance World crew takes a bit of a backseat this month as we bring on a panel of special guests, Curtis Ellis, Elizabeth Kilrain, Cierra Ruffin, ...…
 
In our October episode of Blues Dance World, Katie gives us a glimpse into the life of Big Maybelle and her famous song ‘Candy’.Then, Katie, Clyde, Aaron, and Andy, along with special (repeat!) guest and sociologist extraordinaire Tim O’Neill, have a freewheeling discussion about the value of touch in our society and the ways that touch impacts ...…
 
Hey folks. This month for our September edition of Blues Dance World, we have not one but TWO special guests: Laney Barhaugh and Ben Hejkal! First, we’ll start this month’s episode with Clyde, Lanie, and Aaron summarizing their experiences at Southbound Blues, an exchange that happened recently in Nashville. We’ll also briefly discuss other eve ...…
 
On August’s episode of Blues Dance World, Katie calls some people out when she takes a look at Little Walter and his song “Mean Old World”. Katie, Clyde, Aaron, and Andy, along with special guest and all-around badass Mike Legenthal, have a discussion about the do’s and don’ts of judging blues competitions. We also get a bit of an inside look i ...…
 
For July 2017, Blues Dance World looks into the life of Blues singer Alberta Hunter, highlights Man Camp in Colorado, takes another shot at defining the term “Modern Blues”, and investigates the idea of Follow Voice inside of modern vernacular Blues dance with special guest host Ruth Evelyn.Can’t get enough Blues and want to know which events a ...…
 
On this episode of Blues Dance World, Katie highlights Piedmont artist Etta Baker during the Monthly Blues Jam. Etta started learning the guitar at a young age and played for over 90 years! She was highly influenced a number of different artists, including Taj Mahal and Bob Dylan. We highlight a few of her songs: her 1956 original field recordi ...…
 
In this episode of Blues Dance World, Katie kicks it off for our Monthly Blues Jam with modern artist Joe Bonamassa. Joe started learning the guitar at a young age and even opened for B.B. King when he was 12 years old. He advocates for music education and started the “Keeping the Blues Alive” foundation, funding programs and scholarships to he ...…
 
This month, Blues Dance World takes a deep dive into four influential songs that we believe really shaped the modern blues dance scene. We’ll be having an extended Monthly Blues Jam this time around, with each of our hosts focusing on an individual song. Join Clyde Wright, Katie Belsky, Aaron Brown, and Andy Lee, along with our special guest Me ...…
 
On this episode of Blues Dance World, we’re going live in Nashville at Mo Better Blues! Katie celebrates Nashville’s “Queen of the Blues” Marion James for our Monthly Blues Jam. Marion James worked hard to help out fellow musicians and keep Blues alive and kicking. The song this month is “That My Man”. Our main topic this month is “Romanticism, ...…
 
On this episode of Blues Dance World, Katie kicks us off covering Esther Phillips for our Monthly Blues Jam. Esther battled with addiction for years, but recorded tons of music throughout her career. The song this month is “Please Send Me Someone to Love” from the album “Burnin’ (Live at Freddie Jett’s Pied Piper Club, L.A.)”. As the spring sea ...…
 
In this month’s Blues Jam segment, Katie will be covering the origins of Robert Johnson’s “Sweet Home Chicago.” After that, Clyde talks about his experience at Snowbound Blues. In our main topic we talk to Sara Cherny, the head director of BluesSHOUT!, and discuss how BluesSHOUT! will be going into their 10 year anniversary for 2017. We dive in ...…
 
We wanted to give you a WARNING ahead of this podcast that it is less about dance and bit more about our reactions to the world we’re living in post elections. There’s some harsh language that comes up a little later in the podcast, and a lot of discussions about the racial and sexual aggressions we’ve been and are dealing with after the electi ...…
 
We have Damon Stone joining us as a guest for November's BDW Podcast. During our monthly Blues Jam segment, we'll be covering Screamin Jay Hawkins, and we'll get to hear his famous blues song, "I put a Spell on You."Then Clyde will briefly discuss his experience at Blues Muse, before Andy and Damon dive into discussing Korea Blues Camp.In our m ...…
 
Willie Dixon is the subject of our Monthly Blues Jam for October. Katie goes over Willie's involvement with several other blues artists, and then we get to listen to one of his more interesting songs, "Nervous."Then we briefly discuss Aaron's recent move to Chicago before Katie, Aaron, and Clyde tell us about their experience at North Star Blue ...…
 
This month we’re talking about DJing for our blues community. To help guide us through our trek with her impressive blues music knowledge is Anna Washenko. She is one of the main competition DJs for BluesShout! and the headline DJ for many other national events. For our Monthly Blues Jam, Katies doing something special. She will be tracking dow ...…
 
This month we have a special guest joining our podcast, national blues instructor Tim O’Neill! First, Katie will present Big Mama Thornton in our Monthly Blues Jam and we’ll play for you a sample of her song called “Since I fell for you.” Later, we’ll answer a question from one of our listeners about the difference between Slow Dance and Blues ...…
 
In this episode's Monthly Blues Jam, Katie will discuss the blues artist Leroy Carr, and you'll get to hear one of his songs, How Long, How Long. After that, we'll be giving some advice for beginning dancers - pretty much the Do's and Dont's of the blues dance scene. Blues Dance World Podcast focuses on topics of blues dance culture. These podc ...…
 
This month Katie’s going to introduce a new topic called Blues Music Research, in it she discusses the history of the artist Slim Harpo and his song titled I’m a King Bee. After that we talkS about Clydes experience at the Canadian Swing Championships. We finish it up with our main discussion on sexiness within the blues dance culture, how othe ...…
 
Hey guys, we are starting the podcast up again with season 2. This time, instead of doing instructor interviews, we are changing the format.
 
Hey guys sorry it took so long to get this last podcast out, but its a good one. Our 4th podcast is with the amazing talented Joe DeMers.By BluesDanceWorld.com.
 
So with Christmas fast approaching us, we decided to upload the next podcast a little early. This time we’re talking with the mild manner Dave Madison. We go over topics such as sf blues history, Dave’s views about dance competition, and safety on the dance floor. Heres the Herrang Video we mentioned on the podcast. Again this is only a spoof, ...…
 
A day after The Doctors 50th Anniversary, and a few days till Thanksgiving, Blues Dance World bring you our second podcast with amazing Nicole Trissell. With her fresh win at Rose City Blues Jack and Jill Competition, she sits down with us to discuss her background in dance, consent culture, and her involvement in the San Francisco Blues/Fusion ...…
 
Hi folks, we are proud to introduce our very first podcast in the series. An interview with the one and only Damon Stone. During the discussion, Hafsa brings up a video of Damon Stone and Heidi Fite from STLBX 2005. Here's a link to the video that she was referring to: http://youtu.be/RNVpNbZrcX8 Blues Dance World Podcast will be specifically f ...…
 
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