Articles Archive for November 2007

The Roadhouse 145
Posted in Shows on 24 November 2007

The 145th Roadhouse mixes it up between new artists and old. The Rounders, Big Maceo, Big Bill Broonzy, Delbert McClinton, and Angela Strehli represent a full scope of blues. It’s another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 145th Roadhouse Podcast. Note: The complete song list is posted on the Roadhouse […]

Mississippi John Hurt – “You Got To Walk That Lonesome Valley”
Posted in Blues Links on 21 November 2007

Footage of Mississippi John Hurt, one of the blues’ finest fingerpickers.

AllMusic: Leadbelly Overview
Posted in Odds And Ends on 21 November 2007

(Via Tag: blues.) This site mostly provides the musical career of Lead Belly and how it has influenced many American style musicians in the years after his death. It gives a small biographical overview, but it mostly informs about the music of the legend. It also gives you

The Roadhouse 144
Posted in Shows on 17 November 2007

Digg The Roadhouse. After a few weeks of tearing it up with electric guitars and jump blues, The Roadhouse slows down a bit. This edition is more acoustic, less electric. Anson Funderburgh and the Rockets, Kenny Neal and Billy Branch, Doug MacLeod, Mississippi John Hurt, and the Joanna Connor Band bring a mixture of the […]

Roosevelt’s Gulf Coast Boogie
Posted in Blues Links on 10 November 2007

A little more Roosevelt Sykes to supplement the opening track in this weeks Roadhouse. He’s got the toughest left hand in the blues.

The Roadhouse 143
Posted in Shows on 10 November 2007

Digg The Roadhouse. $6.95 .COM domain names at! Blues doesn’t have to be about an old guy on his front porch. Just to prove the point, this edition of The Roadhouse is chock full of upbeat jump and boogie blues. Lil’ Cliff and the Cliffhangers, T-Bone Walker, Mighty Lester, Nappy Brown, and Peppermint Harris […]

The Roadhouse 142
Posted in Shows on 1 November 2007

Digg The Roadhouse. $6.95 .COM domain names at! The 142nd Roadhouse is an hour of big blue guitars. Acoustic, electric, uptempo, laid back, hard, soft – it’s all here. Albert Cummings, Tommy Castro, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Robert Cray, Peter Green – some of the finest blues guitars you’l ever hear in another hour of […]