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The Roadhouse 852

5 July 2021 1,022 views No Comment

The US Independence Day holiday brings a Roadhouse Rewind. I’ll be back next week with a new edition.

The 500th Roadhouse is a celebration. It’s filled with music from artists who have come into their own in the past nine years – artists I was unfamiliar with before starting the show. Big Hammer, Jarekus Singleton, Boo Boo Davis, Carlos Del Junco, and Sean Costello help us celebrate a milestone edition: 500 shows of the finest blues you’ve never heard.

The Roadhouse Podcast 500 Show Notes

Big Hammer
Just A Fool

Janiva Magness
Stealin’ Sugar
Northern Blues
Do I Move You?

The Fabulous Thunderbirds
Why Get Up?
Tuff Enough

Jarekus Singleton
Crime Scene
Refuse To Lose

Boo Boo Davis
Standing At The Fishbank
Black & Tan
Ain’t Gotta Dime

Tangled Eye
Dirty Faces
Black & Tan
Dream Wall

Candye Kane
It Must Be Love
Ruf Records
White Trash Girl

Keb Mo
The Worst Is Yet To Come
Kind of Blue
Blues Americana

Carlos Del Junco
Run Me Down
Northern Blues
Blues Mongrel

Sean Costello
All This Time
Delta Groove
We Can Get Together

Watermelon Slim & The Workers
I Ain’t Whistlin’ Dixie
Northern Blues
Bull Goose Rooster

Jimmy Reed
When You’re Doing Alright
Essential Media Group
Wailin’ The Blues

Paul Rishell & Annie Raines
Fare Thee Well
Tone Cool
Moving To The Country

Homemade Jamz Blues Band
Shake Rag
Northern Blues
Pay Me No Mind

Music Bed
Freddie King
Guitar Boogie
Shelter Records
Best of the Shelter Years

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