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The response to last week’s blues rock edition was so strong, I’ve got a follow-on this week. With some warm leftovers from last week and a few additional cuts from the library, the 197th Roadhouse is another strong blues rock edition. Omar and the Howlers, Bernard Allison, Robin Trower, Stephen Dale Petit, and Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks will propel you through 60 minutes with hardly any room to take a breath. Blues had a baby, you know, but it’s pretty much grown up into the music in this edition of The Roadhouse Podcast – a full hour of great blues rock.
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This week, we dig back into the vault for music from early editions of The Roadhouse. Artists from Garageband.com (now iLike) take a prominent role and prove to be as strong as ever. David Rotundo, Steve Johnson, Carlos Del Junco, Son House, and Eric Bibb propel us through this edition. Some old, some new but all blue in the 186th Roadhouse.
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As summertime in the US winds down and the presidential election season gears up, we build a little shelter from the world in the 185th Roadhouse. Jay McShann, Elvin Bishop, Lil Ed, JJ Grey, and Carlos Del Junco are the mortar between those bricks in that shelter, helping to hold together a solid hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard. Come on in – the blues will protect you in the 185th Roadhouse Podcast.
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This hour of The Roadhouse is chock full of great blues by artists you’ve heard of and artists you haven’t. It’s music from Chicago and Dockery Farms, from St. Louis and Dallas, from the 1920s and 2008. Sometimes the essence of a thing is so clear it needs no further explanation or exploration. That’s the deal in the 184th Roadhouse – it’s blues, unaffected, pure and simple. Big George Jackson, Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials, Magic Sam, Charley Patton, and EG Kight paint the deepest shades of blue you can imagine. Deep and fine and simple: the 184th Roadhouse Podcast.
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The 183rd Roadhouse Podcast is an hour of brand new music. Music from the past few months and the months ahead make up a nice snapshot of the state of blues during four months in 2008. The hour includes Walter Horton, Alexis P. Suter Band, Carlos Del Junco, Legendary Rhythm & Blues Revue, Big Dave McLean and some other surprises, including a few pre-release cuts from the Roadhouse family of participating blues labels. It’s an hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 183rd Roadhouse Podcast.
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