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The Roadhouse 496

30 August 2014 4,249 views No Comment

It’s the most diverse show ever in The Roadhouse, with full sets of blues rock, Chicago blues and acoustic roots. Scott McKeon, Al Kooper & Mike Bloomfield, Mississippi John Hurt, Louisiana Red, and Preston Shannon are sprinkled in amongst the broadest picture of the blues you could imagine. It’s definitely diverse and, yes – it’s another hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 496th Roadhouse.

The Roadhouse Podcast 496 Show Notes

Trudy Lynn
Red Light (featuring Steve Krase)
MDI Distribution
Royal Oaks Blues Cafe
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Paulo Mendonça
Just In Case
Pama Records
Live from Pama Studio 1
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Scott McKeon
Giving Me The Blues
self-released
Trouble
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Tony Spinner
Walkin’ The Dawg
Grooveyard Records
Rollin’ & Tumblin’
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The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Mellow Down Easy
Elektra
The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
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Al Kooper & Michael Bloomfield
Albert’s Shuffle
Sony
Super Session
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Siegel-Schwall Band
Boot Hill
Vanguard
Vanguard Visionaries: The Siegel-Schwall Band
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Mississippi John Hurt
Monday Morning Blues
Replay Records
Blues Routes: Mississippi John Hurt
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Bukka White & Skip James
I’m Going Home
Rockbeat Records
Live at the Café Au Go Go 1965
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Louisiana Red
Locked Up So Long
Wolf Records
The Sky Is Crying
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Preston Shannon
Rollin’ and Tumblin’
Continental Record Services
Dust My Broom
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Janiva Magness
The Hard Way
Fathead Records
Original
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Studebaker John’s Maxwell Street Kings
Fine Cadillac
Delmark
That’s How You Do
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Music Bed:
Ivan Applerouth
Drivin’ With Ivan
EllerSoul
Blue and Instrumental!
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