Articles Archive for May 2008

The Roadhouse 172
Posted in Shows on 31 May 2008

The 172nd Roadhouse Podcast features new music from Homemade Jamz Bues Band and Janiva Magness, public domain music from Sister Rosetta Tharp, and great cuts from Elvin Bishop and John Hammond. With a groove from start to finish, it’s truly another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 172nd Roadhouse Podcast.

The Roadhouse 171
Posted in Shows on 24 May 2008

The 171st Roadhouse is a free-for-all of blues, featuring new music by Homemade Jamz Blues Band and Janiva Magness. Albert Castiglia, Duke Robillard and John Nemeth round out an hour of blues that will have you busy in your chair. It’s another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 171st Roadhouse Podcast.

The Roadhouse 170
Posted in Shows on 17 May 2008

The Little Blue House on the Wetlands is swathed in perfect summer sunshine this week. As a result, The Roadhouse takes a turn toward the youth and carefree attitude of the season. W-Jones, Dani Wilde, Homemade Jamz Blues Band, Mike Zito, and John-Alex Mason provide a view of where the blues might be in the […]

The Roadhouse 169
Posted in Shows on 10 May 2008

The 169th Roadhouse looks back at this week’s Blues Music Awards, held in Tunica, MS on Thursday. Tab Benoit, Bubby Rush, Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers, Mike Zito, and Koko Taylor take the stage. Some new artists also get to share the spotlight with the legends and 2008 BMA winners. It’s an award-winning edition […]

All in the family
Posted in Odds And Ends on 5 May 2008

Anton, The Roadhouse’s “man behind the curtain” for the Premium and Deluxe editions, is a featured GeekDad in today’s online Wired. Cape Day 2008 in Dallas. See — the reach of The Roadhouse is far and wide!

The Roadhouse 168
Posted in Shows on 3 May 2008

New blues reverberate throughout The Roadhouse this week. Unlike last week’s edition, the 168th Roadhouse is primarily new blues releases. With new music from Eden Brent, Dani Wilde, Doug MacLeod, Julian Fouth, and JW-Jones, it’s a good hour-long ride of cutting-edge blues music. And, it’s another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard.