The BluzNdaBlood Show #266, “And The Winner Is….”

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The BluzNdaBlood Show #266, “And The Winner Is….”

Intro Song,
Lurie Bell , “Blues Is Trying To Keep Up With Me”, Can’t Shake This Feeling Traditional Blues Album

First Set
Eric Bibb, “The Happiest Man In The World”, The Happiest Man In The World, Acoustic Album
Doug MacLeod, “Big City Woman”, Live in Europe, Acoustic Artist
Bobby Rush, “I’m Tired”, Porcupine Meat, Best Album

Second Set
Joe Bonamassa,I Get Evil-Albert King”, Live at the Greek Theater, B.B. King Entertainer , Instrumentalist – Guitar
The Tedeschi-Trucks Band, “Bird On The Wire”, Live From The Fox Oakland, Band of Year, Susan won Contemporary Blues Female Artist, Rock Blues Album (Let Me Get By)
Jonn Del Toro Richardson, “Tengo Blues”, Tengo Blues, Best Emerging Artist Album
Kenny Neal, “Ain’t Gon Let The Blues Die”, Bloodline, Contemporary Blues Album, Contemporary Blues Male Artist

Third Set –
Bobby Rush, “Blind Snake”, Chicken Heads: A 50 Year History of Bobby Rush, Historical Album
Biscuit Miller, “She Likes To Boogie”, Wishbone , Instrumentalist – Bass
Victor Wainwright, “Wine Spodie Odie”, Family Roots, Pinetop Perkins Piano Player
Curtis Salgado, “Walk A Mile In My”, The Beautiful Lowdown, Song of the Year, Soul Blues Album, Soul Blues Male Artist

Thanks to Michael Allen Engstrom from the Crossroads Blues Gallery


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #264, BMA Nominee’s Blues!

The Blues Music Awards are Thursday May 11th in Memphis, TN! This show plays SOME samples from SOME of the great nominees! Good luck to all!

Intro Song,
Monster Mike Welch and Mike Ledbetter , “Cry For Me Baby”, Right Place, Right Time, Delta Groove Music, Mike Welch nomiated for Instrumentalist – Guitar, Mike Ledbetter is in the Nick Moss Band, nominated for Band of Year and Contemporary Blues Album, and Anthony Geraci is on the CD playing piano and Hammond Organ and he’s up for the Pinetop Perkins Piano Player!

First Set
John Primer and Bob Corritore, “Poor Man Blues”, Ain’t Nothing You Can Do, John Primer nominated for Traditional Male Blues Artist, Bob is nominated for Traditional Blues Album, Also on CD are Pinetop nominees Henry Gray and Barrelhouse Chuck, and bass nominee Patrick Rynn
Albert Castiglia, Let The Big Dog Eat”, Big Dog, nominated for Rock Blues Album
Kenny Neal, “Keep On Moving”, Bloodline, Cleopatra Blues, Nominated for Contemporary Blues Album, Contemporary Blues Male Artist

Second Set
Lurrie Bell,I Can’t Shake This Feeling”, Can’t Shake This Feeling, Delmark Records, Traditional Blues Album and Traditional Blues Male Artist
Bobby Rush, “Hoochie Man”, Chicken Heads – 50 year History, Bobby nominated for Historical Album; Porcupine Meat for Best Album, and Best Soul Blues Album
Victor QWainwright, “Buzz Me”, Family Roots, Pinetop Perkins Piano Player

Third Set – WIB
Doug MacLeod, “Home Cookin”, Live In Europe, Under the Radar Label, Acoustic Artist, and Historical Album
Janiva Magness, “Real Slow”, Love Wins Again, Contemporary Blues Female Artist
Vaneese Thomas, “Sweet Talk Me”, The Long Journey Home, Segue Records, Soul Blues Female Artist

Fourth Set
Jonn Del Toro Richardson, “Tall Pretty Baby”, Tengo Blues, Best Emerging Artist Album
Guy King, “A Day In A Life With The Blues”, Truth, Delmark Records, Best Emerging Artist Album
Knickerbocker All-Stars, “I Still Love You Baby”, Texas Rhody Blues, lead singer was Sugarray Rayford and he’s nominated for B.B. King Entertainer of Year, Contemporary Blues Male Artist,

BMAs are Thursday May 11th in Memphis


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #258, Going For The Grammy!

This show is highlighting a few tunes off of each Album nominated for the 2017 Grammy for the Best Traditional Blues Album!

Intro Song,
Lurrie Bell, “Hold Me Tight”, “Can’t Shake This Feeling

First SetLurrie Bell
Lurrie Bell, “Born With The Blues”, “Can’t Shake This Feeling

Second Set – Joe Bonamassa
Joe Bonamassa, “Boogie Woogie Woman”, Live At The Greek Theatre
Joe Bonamassa, “Let The Good Times Roll”, Live At The Greek Theatre

Third Set – Luther Dickinson
Luther Dickinson, “Jackson”, Ballads & Blues (A Folksinger’s Songbook: Volumes I & II)
Luther Dickinson, “Mayor Langford Birmingham Blues”, Ballads & Blues (A Folksinger’s Songbook: Volumes I & II)
Luther Dickinson, “Old Cannonball”, Ballads & Blues (A Folksinger’s Songbook: Volumes I & II)

Fourth Set – Vasti Jackson
Vasti Jackson, “Standing on the Corner”, The Soul of Jimmie Rodgers
Vasti Jackson, “Lowdown Hoedown”, The Soul of Jimmie Rodgers

Fifth Set – Bobby Rush
Bobby Rush, “I Don’t Want Nobody Hanging Around”, Porcupine Meat
Bobby Rush, “Got Me Accused”, Porcupine Meat
Bobby Rush, “Nighttime Gardener”, Porcupine Meat


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #225, Blues In The Bloodline!

Intro Song
The Vaughan Brothers, “Hard To Be”, Family Style, Capital Records

First Set
Johnny Copeland, “Don’t Stop By The Creek, Son”, Texas Twister, 1983 Rounder Records VINYL Has SRV playing guitar!
Shemekia Copeland, “Who Stole My Radio”, The Soul Truth, 2006 Alligator Records
Carey Bell, “Too Late”, Living Chicago Blues Vol. 2, Alligator Records VINYL
Lurrie Bell & Carey, “Wrapped Up In Love”, Second Nature, Alligator Records

Second Set

John Lee Hooker, “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer”, The Very Best of John Lee Hooker,
John Lee Hooker Jr, “Dear John”, All Odds Against Me,
Muddy Waters, “You’re Gonna Miss Me (When I’m Dead and Gone)”, Hoochie Coochie Man, VINYL
Big Bill Morganfield, “Anything Just for You”, Blues In The Blood,

Third Set
Lonnie Brooks , “Don’t Answer The Door”, Living Chicago Blues Vol 3, 1978 Alligator Records VINYL
Ronnie Baker Brooks, “Drama Queen”, Take Me Witcha
Guitar Shorty, “Texas Women”, Bare Knuckle, Alligator Records
Jimi Hendrix, “Bleeding Heart”, Blues,

Fourth Short Set
Raful Neal, “Luberta”, Louisiana Legend,
Kenny Neal, “Blues Stew”, Favorites,


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The BluzNdaBlood Show #223, Slow Down, Low Down Blues!

Intro Song
B.B. King, “How Blue Can You Get”, The King of the Blues, Disc 1, MCA Records

First Set
Eddie Cotton, “A Woman’s Love”, Here I Come, DeChamp Records
Otis Grand, “Do You Remember When?”, Blues ’65, MainGate Records
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, “Lenny”, Texas Flood, EPIC Records

Second Set VINYL VAULT

Earl King, “A Weary Silent Night”, Sexual Telepathy, 1990 Black Top Records
Bobby Rush, “Two Eyes Full of Tears”, Upstairs at United, 453 Music Record
Dave Specter and Barkin’ Bill Smith, “Bluebird Blues”, Bluebird Blues featuring Ronnie Earl,1991 Delmark Records Record

Third Set, Women in Blues Short Set
Janiva Magness, “You Were Never Mine”, Do I Move You, Northern Blues Music CD
Trampled Under Foot (Danielle Schnebelen now Nicole), “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World”, Badlands, Telarc Records

Fourth Short Set
T. Bone Walker, “Call It Stormy Monday But Tuesday Is Just As Bad”, Living The Blues: Blues Legends, 1995 Time-Life Music
Lurrie Bell, “Blues In My Soul”, Blues In My Soul, 2013 Delmark Records