Articles Archive for October 2010

The Roadhouse App is now ad-free
Posted in Shows on 30 October 2010

You’ve heard me talk about The Roadhouse App in the iTunes Store for the past year or so. Starting with Roadhouse 297, the app will deliver an ad-free version of the show at 128 Kbps. If the Roadhouse Premium or Deluxe versions are too rich for your blood, The Roadhouse App is a great entry-level […]

The Roadhouse 297
Posted in Headline, Shows on 30 October 2010

This edition of The Roadhouse is a relentless rolling and tumbling of up-tempo blues. Morry Sochat & The Special 20s, Tip of the Top, Lynwood Slim & The Igor Prado Band, Travis Haddix, and Robin Rogers lead a high-thrust, full-push, steady-velocity hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 297th Roadhouse.

The Roadhouse 296
Posted in Headline, Shows on 23 October 2010

A great lineup of artists lead us down the two-lane roads from Baltimore to Texas, Chicago to the West Coast. Big Daddy Stallings, James Kinds, Grady Champion, Kim Wilson, and Harmonica Hinds take us all over the country, through the hills and valleys in search of another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard […]

The Roadhouse 295
Posted in Headline, Shows on 16 October 2010

While Habitat for Humanity rehabs a house next door to The Little Blue House on the Wetlands, we spend an hour building a solid blues structure. Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy Burns, Mark Robinson, Slim Harpo, and Bob Corritore lay the foundation upon which we build another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the […]

The Roadhouse 294
Posted in Headline, Shows on 9 October 2010

The cool fall air infiltrates the 294th Roadhouse, bringing with it all the colors of the blues. Big Moose, Wild Child Butler, Jimmy Yancy, Melvin Taylor, Andrea Marr – they’ll hit you like the snap of a cool fall morning – or a 300 lb linebacker. So, brace yourself. You’re clearly in for another hour […]

The Roadhouse 293
Posted in Headline, Shows on 2 October 2010

Even with no particular plan for the 293rd Roadhouse, the hour comes together nicely. Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters, Robin Rogers, Eden Brent, Kenny Neal, and John Primer are all within earshot, as are many more great artists, filling out the hour with the finest blues you’ve never heard.


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