[16 Mar 2019 | Comments Off on The Roadhouse 732 | 92 views]
The Roadhouse 732

I’m departing from the usual format this week to talk a bit about my friend Dave Raven, who passed away on Thursday. I have a couple of stories to share that I think really display his approach to blues, podcasting, and life. And, I have a favor to ask. Then, we’ll carry on next week […]

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The Roadhouse 732
[16 Mar 2019 | Comments Off on The Roadhouse 732 | 92 views]

I’m departing from the usual format this week to talk a bit about my friend Dave Raven, who passed away on Thursday. I have a couple of stories to share that I think really display his approach to blues, podcasting, and life. And, I have a favor to ask. Then, we’ll carry on next week with a new edition of The Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 731
[9 Mar 2019 | Comments Off on The Roadhouse 731 | 138 views]

While the music in the hour is primarily from 2019, I’ve also got a live set featuring some great female blues voices. I’ve got Willie Farmer, Smokey Wilson, Denise LaSalle, Lachy Doley, and Pee Wee Crayton in the upcoming hour. Where we’ve gone a bit slower in the show in recent months, you could probably consider this one a return to the long-time feel of the show. Regardless, you can definitely consider it to be another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 731st Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 730
[2 Mar 2019 | Comments Off on The Roadhouse 730 | 247 views]

The next hour of The Roadhouse is an hour full of new blues including a set of next generation blues. I have three Roadhouse debuts. And, some old favorites come back around after a bit of an absence. Watermelon Slim, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Gary Clark, Jr., Tedeschi Trucks Band, Bloodest Saxophone lead the hour. New blues, the next generation and some old friends – it sounds to me like another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 730th Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 729
[23 Feb 2019 | Comments Off on The Roadhouse 729 | 277 views]

We’re 14 years deep in The Roadhouse and this edition celebrates that anniversary. It’s an hour of show-openers from the previous year, including Big Joe Shelton, Johnny Sansone, Tom Hambridge, Colin James, and Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps. 9500 tracks, 33000 minutes of music, 3800 artists, 14 years, 728 hours that all come down to this – yet another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 14th anniversary Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 728
[16 Feb 2019 | Comments Off on The Roadhouse 728 | 300 views]

In this hour of The Roadhouse, we go truly old-school in one of the middle sets. And, I’ve got an interesting blues-converted cover track, as well. With Doug Deming & The Jewel Tones, The Reverend Shawn Amos, Dom Flemons, Joanne Shaw Taylor, David Julia, we mark the final hour of our 14th year. It’s definitely another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 728th Roadhouse.

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The Roadhouse 727
[9 Feb 2019 | Comments Off on The Roadhouse 727 | 307 views]

Half the tracks in the 727th Roadhouse are from the first six weeks of 2019. Most of the remainder are from 2018, with just a couple of older tracks. I’ve got Joe Bonamassa, Cash Box Kings, Tony Holiday, Bloodest Saxophone, and Hollywood Blue Flames. If you’re looking for the latest blues tracks, you can stop right here. And, because it’s all so new, it’s almost always a safe bet to call each week another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard.

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The Roadhouse 726
[3 Feb 2019 | No Comment | 366 views]

We’re cruising through the final few shows of another year in The Roadhouse. And, we’re doing it with the variety you’ve come to love from each and every show. Tommy Castro, Byther Smith, Shemekia Copeland, Ben Poole, and Rosie Flores lead the next hour. We may be winding down year 14, but we’re definitely winding up for another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 726th Roadhouse.

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