ANDRIA SIMONE #1:
CHICAGO BLUES FESTIVAL:
MUSIC CITY BLUES KITCHEN
Ladies set the stage again this week. Andria Simone takes the #1 slot this week. A finely constructed release that shines a light on her earthy and sensual vocals. We have enjoyed this CD immensely and thank Brian Slack for turning us on to it.
We have 2 new additions to our chart. Blues Music Award winner Lisa Man and Alabama Mike. We look forward to you enjoying these two releases in the weeks to come and hearing the depth that these artist possess.
We are at the Chicago Blues Festival. Spending time with our friend Meg Ramos, who just relocated here from NY. Plus seeing friends from Rochester, NY, John & Susan Klein. That’s the icing on the Chicago cake as we will see so much music and have so much fun that I wonder if we will be able to get any news to ya’s.
We are in week 2 of Michael Kinsman and his Hoodoo Ya Ya radio program. It premieres for the week Midnight Saturday (9pm West Coast). There’s a lot of great music there so tune in.
That great graphic at the top of the page shows our newest addition to the Blues411 Radio family. It is called, none other than the, Music City Blues Kitchen and it is a partnership between Gina Hughes and The Galaxie Agency and Blues411.
It will feature artist interview with them playing DJ for us. We will cover their music, inspirations, memories and just about anything we can. The first show premieres TODAY MONDAY JUNE 6th at NOON. It features a rollicking interview with Nashville’s Blues Ambassador Stacy Mitchhart. Heck it went so well we got two segments out of it, so be sure to catch both parts.
Please check our constantly updated schedule on our http://blues411.com/blues411-radio-carefully-curated-blues-music/ page.
A Baker’s Dozen of Blues on Blues411 Radio.
Broadcast times are as follows:
Monday – 1pm & 11:00pm EST NEW SHOW
Tuesday – 10pm EST
Wednesday – Noon & 6:00pm EST
Thursday – 3:00am EST
Friday – 4pm EST
Saturday – 2pm EST
Sunday – 9am EST
Baker’s Dozen: Current Chart & Playlist
|1||2||Andria Simone||Evolve||1. Torn|
|2||3||Dave Musket Acoustic
|Live at The Slippery Noodle||10. Semi Naked Shoe Shine*|
|3||5||Shaun Murphy||It Won’t Stop Raining||2. Your Husband Is
Cheating On Us
|4||7||Curtis Salgado||The Beautiful Lowdown||2. Lowdown Dirty Shame*|
|5||6||Jon Spear Band||Live Music Is Better||4. Shake Your Boogie*|
|6||9||Harper & The Midwest Kind||Show Your Love||4. Drive Brother Drive|
|7||8||Jeff Jensen||The River City Sessions (LIVE)||7. Brunette Woman|
|8||11||Too Slim & The Taildraggers||Blood Moon||9. Good Guys Win|
|9||10||Terrie Odabi||My Blue Soul||11. Wade In The Water|
|10||12||Sugar Blue||Voyage||10. Mary Ann*|
|11||13||Markey Blue Band||The Blues Are Knockin’||6. Be My Train|
|12||~||Alabama Mike||Upset The Status Quo||1. Upset The Status Quo|
|13||~||Lisa Mann||Hard Times Bad Decisions||3. Certain Kinda Man*|
Chef’s Suggestions: The Stuff Ya Gotta Watch
|Paul Reddick||Ride The One||5. It Goes With You|
|Bobby Blackhat Walters||Accidental Blues||1. Two By Four|
|Jeff Plankenhorn||Soulside||12. Walking In The Sun|
|Paul Asbell||From Adamant to Atchafalaya||2. From Four Until Late|
|Mark May Band||Blues Heaven||5. Put Down That Poison|
|The Mighty Mojo Prophets||Record Store`||7. West Coast Girl|
|Mike Wheeler||Turn Up||12. A Blind Man Can See|
|Big Harp George||Wash My Horse In Champagne||4. Cool Mistake|
|Steve Gilbert||Hempstead Highway||5. Lovin’ Cup|
|Moreland & Arbuckle||Promised Land or Bust||2. Mean & Evil|
|Tweed Funk||Come Together||5. Come Together|
|Lady A||Loved Blessed and Blues||1. Loved Blessed and Blues|
Amuse Bouche: Chicago Blues Festival
|Moreland & Arbuckle (FRIDAY)||Mean & Evil|
|Fruteland Jackson||A Gambler’s View|
|Omar Coleman||Sell My Monkey|
|Toronzo Cannon||Walk It Off|
|Teeny Tucker (SATURDAY)||Love Spell|
|Rob Stone||She Belongs To Me|
|Eddie Cotton||Pay To Play|
|Wee Willie Walker||Is That It|
|Cash Box Kings (SUNDAY)||Download Blues|
|Super Chikan||Hookin’ Up|
|Ronnie Earl||The Big Train|
|Eddy ‘The Chief’ Clearwater||Good Leavin’ Alone|
Love, Peace & Chicken Grease
Where Blues Thrives
Photos: Leslie K. Joseph, Blues411