The Blues with Lee Hay

Saturdays at 11 PM

Blues lovers will enjoy spending Saturday nights listening to their favorite music with longtime blues host Lee Hay.

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12:03 pm
Mon July 28, 2014

The Blues: 8.2.14 show

This show starts off with a set which includes songs by Aaron Neville, John Sinclair and Little Milton who passed away in 2005.  You'll also hear later in the program music by Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings, Hank Crawford and Etta James.  Plus one of my favorite vocalists...Jonelle Mosser from Nashville.

2:04 pm
Wed July 23, 2014

Anders Osborne coming to Batesville festival!

Award-winning New Orleans guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Anders Osborne, touring in support of his new Alligator Records cd, PEACE, will headline the Bacon Blues & Brew Music and Arts Festival in Batesville on Saturday, August 16, 2014.

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10:52 am
Tue July 22, 2014

The Blues: 7.26.14 - Local blues musicians!

Mamie Smith

This local special starts off with Whiskey Shambles and Kelly Richey who'll both be performing at the Smokin' Hot BBQ event at Findlay Market on Sunday, July 27th.  The 2nd set of this evening's blues show features three musicians, Jarekus Singleton, Selwyn Birchwood, & Guy Forsyth,  who'll be playing at the Cincy Blues Fest on Friday or Saturday evenings, August 1st or 2nd. 

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6:57 pm
Sun July 13, 2014

The Blues: 7.19.14

This is going to be a fun show!  Starting off with one of my favorites George Thorogood and ending with Van Morrison, Janis Joplin, and John Mayall.  You also hear from Shemekia Copeland and Tommy Castro.  And, I slipped in songs by Little Feat and Chet Baker.  An eclectic show....

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9:30 am
Wed July 9, 2014

The Blues: 7.12.14

The spotlight's on the many talented musicians from the Tri-State past and present.  The show begins with legendary guitarist Lonnie Mack and ends with boogie-woogie wonder Ricky Nye.  You'll also hear from Sonny Moorman, the Kelly Richey Band, and Noah Hunt.  Plus Jimmy McGary's live performance in the WVXU studio in 1988 doing "See See Rider."  There's also songs by local blues legends H-Bomb Ferguson, Big Joe Duskin, and Pigmeat Jarrett.

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