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The Roadhouse 434

22 June 2013 43,247 views 3 Comments

This might just be the freshest set of blues you’ll find anywhere. In this hour – Lurrie Bell, Delbert McClinton & Glen Clark, Jimmy Vivino & The Black Italians, Grand Marquis, and Too Slim & The Taildraggers. It just doesn’t get any newer than this. The 434th hour of The Roadhouse is another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard.

The Roadhouse Podcast 434 Show Notes

Candye Kane
Coming Out Swingin’
Coming Out Swingin’
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Studebaker John’s Maxwell Street Kings
I Am The Houserocker
Kingsville Jukin’
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Lurrie Bell
Hey Hey Baby
Lurrie Bell
Amazon mp3 | iTunes

Steve Cropper with Bettye LaVette and Willie Jones
Don’t Be Ashamed
429 Records
Dedicated – A Salute To The 5 Royales
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Delbert McClinton & Glen Clark
Been Around A Long Time
New West
Blind, Crippled & Crazy
Amazon mp3 | iTunes

Jimmy Vivino & The Black Italians
Heaven In A Pontiac
Blind Pig
13 Live
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Spin Doctors
If The River Was Whiskey
If The River Was Whiskey
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Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite
We Can’t End This Way
Get Up!
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The Jeremiah Johnson Band & The Sliders
Cut That Chain
Brand Spank’n Blue
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Too Slim & The Taildraggers
Shape Of Blues To Come
Underworld Records
Blue Heart
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Mavis Staples *
Can You Get To That
One True Vine
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Grand Marquis
Every Day’s The Same
Blues and Trouble
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Travis “Moonchild” Haddix
Doctor, Doctor
Benevolent Blues
Ring On Her Finger, Rope Around My Neck
Amazon mp3 | iTunes

Nicole Hart
Twelve Bar Blues
Blues Leaf
Split Second
iTunes | eMusic

Shemekia Copeland
Big Lovin’ Woman
Turn The Heat Up!
Amazon mp3 | iTunes | eMusic

* The Roadhouse Premium, Deluxe and App only.


  • Eddy Kapty said:

    I’ve been A “BLUES”music fan ever since about 1966 when I was 16yrs old I’m 63yrs old now&still love listening to the beloved “BLUES”after discovering your “ROADHOUSE” channel I’ve finally been formally introduced to the “BLUES”music schene&all of my friends agree Thank-You ever so much for all of the countless hrs of the enjoyment we’ve had from listening to your program Regards: Eddy Kapty Edmonton Alberta Canada

  • Tony (author) said:

    My pleasure, Eddy. Thanks for the comments.

  • Eddy Kapty said:

    NO problem Tony keep up the”EXCELLANT”work I’ll always be A fan Thanks again Regards:Eddy Kapty Edmonton Alberta Canada

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