This blues show starts off with a new cd to the station by the Huntertones put out by the Jazz Arts Group in Columbus. The cd's listed as by the Dan White Sextet, but they've since changed their name to the Huntertones. The rest of the first set features Galactic, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Later in the show, a fun set that begins with Ry Cooder and Sacred Mushroom, and ends with Cold Blood and the classic "Whipping Post" by the Allman Brothers.
We're going to start off with a great vocalist who can really swing, Ernestine Anderson, and her version of "Please Send Me Someone to Love." She's recorded over 30 albums and has been nominated for a number of Grammys. This will be followed by the Monty Alexander Trio's 1976 recording of "Drown in My Own Tears" and the Blind Boys of Alabama.
This show starts out with Deanna Bogart on her Blind Pig Records release, Real Time, and she's followed by Dr. John, the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band, and Cincinnati's Blues Merchants. The next set features Ray Charles, Harry Connick Jr, and Johnny Adams with Duke Robillard on lead guitar along with pianist Jon Cleary. The third set begins with Billie Holiday and Roy Orbison, along with Van Morrison and Delbert McClinton. This edition of the Blues ends with legendary guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan, Riveria Paradise.
This week's blues show starts off with George Thorogood & the Destroyers followed by Junior Wells's "Tobacco Road" and John Mayall 1969 at the Fillmore East doing "The Laws Must Change." You'll also hear from Charlie Musselwhite, Tracy Nelson, and Tony Joe White. And the show ends with Albert King, Debbie Davies, and Miles Davis doing "Basin Street Blues".
This week's show begins with Marcos Sastre & Larry Goshorn's "Pack It Up" from a local favorite cd, Shades of Blue. The first set also includes the Derek Trucks Band, the Allman Brothers Band and Gov't Mule. Then we go retro with Jorma Kaukonen, Joe Cocker and Eric Clapton "Reconsider Baby." The third set starts with New Orleans native Kenny Neal, then moves on to Garland Jeffreys who's a great poet, and Delbert McClinton. Finally, in the last set, the legendary Koko Taylor from 1968 followed by the Honey Island Swamp Band from a record that was produced, recorded, mixed and mastere