Articles Archive for October 2011

The Roadhouse 349
Posted in Headline, Shows on 29 October 2011

The 349th Roadhouse mixes up artists on small labels and large. Many of the tracks are also less than a month old, or less than a month ahead of release. Big Pete, Cash Box Kings, The Sugar Prophets, Sista Monica Parker, and Big Walter Horton pave the way for an hour of blues that I […]

Technical Difficulties With Roadhouse 348
Posted in Shows on 22 October 2011

Due to issues with the show host, Roadhouse 348 is delayed. You may be able to access the free edition from the show link below, though access to even that version is currently pretty spotty. When the issue has been resolved, the show will be posted in all formats as usual. Thanks for your patience. […]

The Roadhouse 348
Posted in Headline, Shows on 22 October 2011

We’re finding blues all over in the 348th Roadhouse. From the South, to the Midwest, West, East, and Europe, we fill an hour with great music. Carolyn Wonderland, Popa Chubby, Mike Zito, Big George Brock, and Snooky Pryor light up the map with pushpins from all over in the 348th Roadhouse. It’s a big world […]

The Roadhouse 347
Posted in Headline, Shows on 15 October 2011

This edition of The Roadhouse is clearly upbeat. Nick Moss, Monster Mike Welch, Matt Hill, Mighty Lester, and Monkeyjunk make the point loud and clear that blues is more than just a man with a guitar on a porch. Contrary to what strangers to the form might think, blues can be upbeat, too, as evidenced […]

The Roadhouse 346
Posted in Headline, Shows on 8 October 2011

The 346th Roadhouse is all about music that’s got legs. Each and every track in this edition has an arc and a self-propulsion all its own. Lazy Lester, Johnny Winter, Maria Muldaur, Junior Kimbrough, and Joe Bonamassa & Beth Hart represent a really wide swath of the blues highway and will help hold your attention […]

The Roadhouse 345
Posted in Headline, Shows on 1 October 2011

The variety of blues in this edition is matched only by its newness. Carolyn Wonderland, Joe Bonamassa & Beth Hart, Ian Siegal & The Youngest Sons, Muddy Waters, and Tab Benoit help fill the hour with blues so new it has to be another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 345th […]


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