This coming Saturday night, January 31st, at 11pm, The Blues will begin with a just-released collaboration of Gov't Mule and John Scofield from their new cd, Sco-Mule. "Hottentot" will be followed by Miles Davis's "Tutu" and Joe Cocker's "Respect Yourself." The second set will feature Keb'Mo, Eric Bibb, and Cyndi Lauper.
And, the third set is a commentary by music historian Dave Lewis on the musician Bix Beiderbecke who was born in 1903 in Davenport. Dave's research details Bix Beiderbecke's connections to the Cincinnati area.
During this one-hour special that'll air at 11pm on Saturday, January 24th, you'll hear an interview by Stuart Holman with Sonny Moorman, and then later in the show, you'll hear an interview I did with Kelly Richey in the Corbett Studio.
Sunday, January 18 Sonny Moorman's "Road to Memphis" Party Enjoy a special Sunday evening celebration with the Sonny Moorman Group as they kick-off their trip to the International Blues Challenge in Memphis--over 120 acts who have been judged to be the best in their region, competing to see who will be judged the best in the world. Come out to support our local winner! $10 admission includes catered homemade appetizers! Showtime 6 PM.
This blues show begins at 11pm on Saturday night, January 10th, with a great version of "Stormy Monday" by Gary Moore with help from Albert King. You'll also hear during the show "All Blues" by Stanley Jordan, and songs from Nina Simone, Cassandra Wilson, and Little Charlie & the Nightcats. Ending the show is "When the Music's Over" recorded at the the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970 by the Doors.