[22 Apr 2017 | No Comment | 230 views]
The Roadhouse 633

In this hour, I’ve got swing blues, traditional contemporary blues, some acoustic blues, a little blues rock, and a couple of great Roadhouse debuts. Lil’ Shakey & The Tremors, Todd Albright, Samantha Fish, Mike Zito, and Vintage #18 are all ahead. Whether you’ve heard these artists or not, they’re all focused on one thing – […]

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The Roadhouse 633
[22 Apr 2017 | No Comment | 230 views]

In this hour, I’ve got swing blues, traditional contemporary blues, some acoustic blues, a little blues rock, and a couple of great Roadhouse debuts. Lil’ Shakey & The Tremors, Todd Albright, Samantha Fish, Mike Zito, and Vintage #18 are all ahead. Whether you’ve heard these artists or not, they’re all focused on one thing – making sure it’s another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard: the 633rd Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 632
[8 Apr 2017 | No Comment | 431 views]

This week we mark the passing of Lonnie Brooks with a family set. I’ve also got blues from all over the place. Godboogie, Bonnie Bishop, Bo Ramsey, Mr. Sipp, and Stevie Silver in the hour ahead. Toronto, Texas, Iowa, Mississippi, and Boston. Just like the blues, the artists in the hour are from all over. And, they’re certainly all over another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 632nd Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 631
[1 Apr 2017 | No Comment | 455 views]

Anyone who’s ever listened to the blues will tell you that it’s not about one thing. This hour helps to prove that with upbeat blues, a set of next generation blues, and a set of protest blues. Gary Clark, Jr., Monster Mike Welch, Corey Dennison Band, Eric Bibb, and Billy Flynn move us through the hour with the big picture of blues and, certainly, another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 631st Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 630
[25 Mar 2017 | No Comment | 476 views]

We jump back into the flow that you’ve come to expect from The Roadhouse after a slight diversion in the last hour. It’s almost all contemporary blues, including a set that builds from there into a pretty rip-roaring blues rock track. Southern Avenue, Coco Montoya, Jeff Michaels, Ruthie Foster, and John Németh help make up the hour. There are some folks we haven’t heard from for awhile and at least one making his Roadhouse debut. It all makes for an hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – another hour of The Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 629
[18 Mar 2017 | No Comment | 342 views]

We lost another blues great this week with the passing of James Cotton. This edition of The Roadhouse is a rememberance that keeps the context of his musical impact at the forefront. Of course, his context is unequivically Chicago and the legendary blues scene in that city. So, this hour is centered in Chicago, focused on James Cotton, and surrounded by artists who also helped to contribute in making his time in the blues some of the best. Buddy Guy, Lonnie Brooks, Koko Taylor, Luther Allison, and, of course, James Cotton make for another hour in The Roadhouse of the finest blues – the 629th Roadhouse Podcast.

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The Roadhouse 628
[11 Mar 2017 | No Comment | 421 views]

There’s a regional focus in this hour of The Roadhouse, from a parto of the US you might not know for its great blues tradition. Lil’ Stevie & The Westsiders, Professor Harp, Anthony Geraci & The Boston Blues All-Stars, Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, and Paul Rishell & Annie Raines help fuel an hour of what we’ll call New England blues. But, it doesn’t really matter what you call it as long as you call it another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 628th Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 627
[4 Mar 2017 | No Comment | 466 views]

This hour of The Roadhouse works to rectify an admitted deficit of female blues artists to male. Lauren Mitchell, Hurricane Ruth, Samantha Fish, Rhiannon Giddens, and Southern Avenue take you to a different side of the blues – a side that’s a little less male-centric and a little bit more from a woman’s perspective. That mix makes for absolutely another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 627th Roadhouse.

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