Roadhouse Blues News – Hot Blues In August

It’s a typically hot and humid August day here…….perfect time to be inside and letting you know about some even hotter roadhouse blues!

Roadhouse Blues Albums I am spinnin’ this summer that you will rock you (link to a single included)

Mike Zito – Resurrection I’ll Make Love To You

Mike is one of the contemporary roadhouse blues’ great singers, songwriters, guitar players, producers, and now co-owner of Gulf Coast Records who just keep rollin’ out awesome roadhouse tunes!

Billy F. Gibbons – Hardware She’s On Fire

Well into his seventies, Billy has lost none of his verve and the man can just crank it out!

Tedeschi Trucks Band – Layla Revisited (Live) Little Wing

They cover the 1970 Derek and the Dominos album live and it is awesome! Features Trey Anastasio (Phish) and Doyle Bramall II on guitars alongside the fabulous voice of Susan Tedeschi and slide guitar wizardry of Derek Trucks.

Sean Chambers – That’s What I’m Talkin’ About (Tribute to Hubert Sumlin) Rockin’ Daddy

One of blues rock’s great guitar players pays tribute to his mentor Hubert Sumlin and also dedicates the album to the memory of Ben Elliot, a legendary music producer, who died shortly after finishing the album with Sean.

Blues Traveler – Traveler’s Blues Roadhouse Blues

An awesome blues album by John Popper and company. They get help from Keb’ Mo, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Warren Haynes and crank out a great version of the signature tune for the Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues!!

Cactus – Tightrope Papa Was a Rolling Stone

Carmine Appice continues to pound the skins to perfection. I have been a big fan since his days with Vanilla Fudge back in the 1960’s. I love this cover of The Temptations number 1 hit from 1972.

Andy Lindquist – Stand.abide.endure The River Queen

Andy is a native of North Dakota and is now ensconced in the hot and humid climes of Florida. This album of one of the great blues rock releases of 2021.

The Brothers – March 10, 2020 Madison Square Garden (Live) Midnight Rider

Recorded live right before the pandemic closed down most of the world, the alumni of the Allman Brothers keep the jams flowin’ led by Warren Haynes.

Bishop Gun – Gypsy Cadillac Ain’t it a Shame

From Natchez, Mississippi, Bishop Gunn is one of my “break out” artists of 2021. The album is an incredible mixture of Rhythm & Blues and southern rock AND he has an incredible R&B voice as you will hear on this tune!

Bernie Marsden – Kings Me And My Guitar

He was a mainstay of Whitesnake back in the day and has evolved into a master bluesman with a touch on the guitar that few can rival!

Jimmy Barnes – Flesh & Blood This Is the Truth

Jimmy is simply one of the great voices of his generation. Just kick back and drift way as ya listen!

New Tunes to be released in the next couple of months

Doobie Brothers – Liberte

I heard the first single, Oh Mexico, the other day. Can’t wait to get my hand on the album when released in October. If the single is any indication, it will be a great roadhouse release.

Altered Five Blues Band – Holler If You Hear Me

Jeff Taylor is another of my favorite blues singers. The band is allowing us to spin the album now on BMFR. It will officially be released in early September.

In Remembrance

Dusty Hill – He was out on tour with ZZ Top this past month and wasn’t feeling well so he went home to recuperate. Dusty passed away in his sleep on July 28, 2021. Rest in peace brother…..you brought us all some damn fine times and that insistent bass that was a signature of the little band from Texas! La Grange


You will find all these tunes in rotation on my 24 hour roadhouse blues stream at WRHB. They will also be featured during my upcoming roadhouse blues shows on BluesMusicFanRadio from 12-2 pm EDT on Tuesdays and from 3-5 pm EDT on Thursdays.

That’s What I’m Talkin’ About – Sean Chambers pays tribute to Hubert Sumlin

I was late gettin’ on the Sean Chambers blues train which has been rollin’ along since his first recording back in 1998. It was his 2017 album, Trouble and Whiskey, that grabbed my attention with a blistering guitar style that reflects what he learned playing with Hubert Sumlin for over 4 years and puts him in the company of guitar virtuosos Gary Moore and Alvin Lee. Sean also has just the right amount of gruff in his voice and conveys an honesty that makes him a natural born bluesman.

As a special tribute to Hubert Sumlin, long time band member for Howlin’ Wolf and one of the most influential blues electric guitar players of all time. Sean records 10 songs that he regularly performed with Hubert as part of the band from 1998 to 2002 and contributes one original about his life and times with the great bluesman, Hubert’s Song. The title for the recording, That’s What I Am Talkin’ About, reflects a phrase that Hubert loved to use according to Sean.

The tune on the album that best epitomizes why some organizations have rated Sean as one of the top contemporary guitar players on the planet is Rockin’ Daddy. He attacks this blues standard by Chester Burnett with gusto and the guitar solo right near the end is incredible. As many of you know, I love music with a beat you can dance to and Do The Do and Hidden Charms fill the bill nicely. Sean can also get into the lowdown and dirty blues as he did on Goin’ Down Slow. I have to believe that Hubert hearing Sean wear out the guitar on this song back in 1998 helped get him the permanent gig with Sumlin.

Also included on the album is a great version of the Roosevelt Sykes song, Forty Four, that was a mainstay of Howlin’ Wolf’s performances with Hubert back in the 1950’s. The martial cadence of the snare drum on this classic song is the perfect backdrop for Sean’s vocals and features some sweet guitar playing. Seans cranks out some badass roadhouse blues on the tracks Taildragger and Sitting on Top of the World. And Sean has the perfect voice to pull off a rousing version of the Howlin’ Wolf classic, Howlin’ for my Darling.

Throughout the recording, there are delightful performances on the Hammond B3 Organ by Bruce Katz and a favorite keyboard player of mine, John Ginty. John contributed to Sean’s last album and now is a mainstay of the Allman Betts Band. Drums and percussion are handled by Andrei Koribanics. And the insistent bass is played by Antar Goodwin.

The album closes with another Chester Burnett song that was a featured song for Hubert Sumlin’s shows, Louise. (The suggestion to include the song along with Taildragger came from none other than Kim Simmonds of Savoy Brown!) From the first song on the album, an instrumental entitled Chunky, to the last one Sean provides an intense and artful rendering of tunes that are truly classic blues music that should please both blues purists and blues rock and roadhouse blues fans.

On a sad note, the producer of the album, Ben Elliot, passed away sometime after its recording in the spring of 2020. It was the last production by one of the greats of the blues rock genre. Ben had recorded or produced songs and albums by Leslie West, Rory Gallagher, Savoy Brown, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and…..Hubert Sumlin.

Sean dedicates the album to the memory of Hubert Sumlin and Ben Elliot. It will serve as a lasting tribute and is certainly one of the finest roadhouse blues albums released in 2021.

Sean Chambers – That’s What I’m Talkin’ About (Tribute to Hubert Sumlin) (2021 Quatro Valley Records)


Ben Vee started out spinning songs on terrestrial radio and at nightclubs back in the 1970’s in his home state of Louisiana. After a career in the construction business, he returned to DJing in 2011. He now hosts two shows each week on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com and writes about the blues at http://www.benveeblues.com from his home in Connecticut. He also has a 24 hour stream devoted to the Roadhouse Blues… WRHB

The Blues are Soundin’ Damn Good in 2021 on BMFR 3-5 pm EDT

The Blues are soundin’ pretty damn good in 2021!! Tune in from 3-5 pm today at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com for my roadhouse blues show and find out why……

This is the intended playlist…….

ARTISTTITLE
Steve CropperBush Hog
Joe Lewis BandI Like It
Bishop GunnAin’t It A Shame
Tedeschi Trucks BandNobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (feat. Trey Anastasio)
Joanne Shaw TaylorIf That Ain’t A Reason
Louisiana’s LeRouxOne Of Those Days
Veronica LewisPut Your Wig On Mama
Tab BenoitMedicine
George Shovlin & The RadarsLord Hear My Prayer
The Dirty Mojo Blues BandMy Little Sue
Altered Five Blues BandI Got All I Need
Jimmy ThackeryFlying Low
Ida MaeDeep river (feat. Marcus King)
Mike ZitoDreaming Of You
Elkie BrooksGroom’s Still Waiting At The Altar
8 Ball AitkenWhat Goes Up
Tito JacksonI Like It
Fantastic NegritoChocolate Samurai
Avey Grouws BandRise Up
HendrikseTry to Save Your Soul
The BluesBonesCruisin’ (Censored)
The Shedmen Blues BandWorking Man’s Blues
Amnesia Blues BandGotta Move On
The Cold StaresIn The Night Time
Louisiana’s LeRouxNew Orleans Ladies
DionBlues Comin’ On (Feat. Joe Bonamassa)

Mid Summer Roadhouse Blues Nooner for August 3rd on BMFR (12-2pm EDT)

Got some mid summer roadhouse blues for ya today on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com from 12-2 pm EDT. Tunes by Tab Benoit, John Latini, Dana Gillespie, Bo Diddley, Bonnie Raitt, new Tedeschi Trucks Band, Rodney Crowell, Bonnie Bramlett, and a bunch more.

You can find the intended playlist below….

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Clifton ChenieHot RoLouisiana Blues & Zydeco
George Shovlin & The RadarsDon’t You Just Love The Blues!Nothing To Lose
Lee McBeeRide With MeSoul Deep
Dana GillespieRaise A Little HellHot Stuff
Guitar ShortyWhole Lot Of LovingBillie Jean Blues
Tab BenoitThe Seventh SonBest of the Bayou Blues
R. Bernard & C. ChenierShake, Rattle & RollLouisiana Swamp Pop & Rock
Charlie MusselwhiteThe Blues Overtook MeGreat Blues Harp
John LatiniHard Walkin’ WomanThe Blues Just Makes Me Feel Good
Bo DiddleyCan I Walk You HomeA Man Amongst Men
Elkie BrooksWhite Girl Lost In The BluesElectric Lady
Elvin BishopFannie MaeAlligator Records 20th Anniversary Collection
Johnny & the MongrelsMusic ManCreole Skies
Bishop GunnWhat It DoGypsy Cadillac
Andy Logan & The O.C. 75sMr. Nothin’ (feat. Ed King)Transistors of Mercy
Rodney CrowellI’m All About LoveTriage
Bonnie BramlettAin’t that Loving You Baby?Lady’s Choice
Tedeschi Trucks BandTell The Truth (ft. Trey Anastasio)Layla Revisited (Live at LOCKN’)
UnclePhilIf I Was The DevilA Million Ways To Get The Blues
Albert CummingsWorkin’ Man BluesWorking Man
Bonnie RaittGnawin’ On ItBonnie Raitt And Friends
Ana PopovicSittin’ On Top Of The WorldComfort To The Soul
Colin JamesBig Road BluesBlue Highways
Bugs Henderson & The Shuffle KingsArmadillo ShakeElectric Snow
Hamish AndersonHold on MeHamish Anderson
The Record CompanyFeels So GoodGive It Back To You
Delta GeneratorsWay DownHipshakers and Heartbreakers

Thursday Roadhouse Blues on BMFR 3-5 pm EDT

Got a bunch of great contemporary roadhouse blues for you today with tunes by Polly O’Keary & the Rhythm Method, Sean Chambers, Trainyard Blues Band, Mark Sutherland, Larkin Poe, Nathaniel Rateliff, and many more.

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Sean ChambersChunkyThat’s What I’m Talkin About – Tribute to Hubert Sumlin
Christone “Kingfish” IngramLong Distance Woman662
Billy F GibbonsStackin’ Bones (Feat. Larkin Poe)Hardware
Polly O’Keary & The Rhythm MethodI’m Not Guilty50
Sean ChambersGoin’ Down SlowThat’s What I’m Talkin About – Tribute to Hubert Sumlin
The Dirty Mojo Blues BandDirty DogIt Is What It Is
JD3 & The Jondo TrioRocks At The MoonSomething Good
Trainyard Blues BandDeep Down SouthLast Call To Memphis
The Black KeysPoor Boy A Long Way From HomeDelta Kream
Mark SutherlandNext To MeThe Good Fight
T & The TeasersOld Man Down The RoadWay Back Home
Larkin PoeFreedomPeach
Ida MaeDeep river (feat. Marcus King)Click click domino
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night SweatsYou Worry MeTearing at the Seams (Deluxe Edition)
New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom RockersShe’s About a Mover (feat. Alvin Youngblood Hart)New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers – Volume 2
The WildRoots634-5789WildRoots Sessions Volume 1
Steve Earle & The DukesChampagne CorollaJ.T.
Kiko And The Blues RefugeesAin’t Gone YetThreadbare
Veronica LewisPut Your Wig On MamaYou Ain’t Unlucky
Edgar BluesFeeling DownThe Next Step
Tullie BraeBreak These Chains (Feat. Brandon Santini)Revelation
Don and the MobstersI Don’t Need a ManFear of the Dark
Honey Island Swamp BandHead High Water BluesDemolition Day
Early Times & The High RollersOn The CornerThe Corner
Dave ThomasOne More Mile To GoOne More Mile
The BluesBonesCruisin’ (Censored)Live on stage
The Trashcan BanditsHere’s Mud in Yer Eye, Señor LogAshes to Ashes
Ghalia VoltReap What You SowOne Woman Band

Mid Summer Roadhouse Blues Nooner on BMFR

It’s summertime here in the Northeast….great time of year to be inside to avoid the midday heat…..and listening to some badass Roadhouse blues! I have new tunes from Mike Zito, Joanne Shaw Taylor, the Altered Five, Sean Chambers, Tiffany Pollack, Georgia Randall, and a slew of other great contemporary blues songs. Tune in today from 12-2 pm EDT on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com.

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Joe Lewis BandTwang A Doodle Boom BoomUP NEXT
Christone “Kingfish” IngramThat’s What You Do662
Polly O’Keary & The Rhythm MethodPeople On The Corner50
Sean ChambersHidden CharmsThat’s What I’m Talkin About – Tribute to Hubert Sumlin
Joanne Shaw TaylorIf That Ain’t A ReasonIf That Ain’t A Reason (Promo Single)
Lisa MillsTell MamaThe Triangle
Dione TaylorRunningSpirits in the Water
Sugaray RayfordTime To Get Movin’Somebody Save Me
Michelle MaloneFox and The HoundSlings and Arrows
Robert CrayAnything You WantThat’s What I Heard
JD TaylorGot Me Where You Want MeThe Coldwater Sessions
AJ Crawdaddy BandSteppin’ Out!  Featuring Quique GomezSteppin’ Out!
Lloyd JonesTurn Me LooseTennessee Run
Tiffany Pollack & Co.Livin’ For MeBayou Liberty
Joe Lewis BandCan I Get With YouUP NEXT
Ryan Foret And Foret TraditionJailbirdShow Me The Way To Go Home
Tab BenoitBlues Come Walkin InWhat I Live For
Kirsten ThienShoulda BeenTwo Sides
Georgia RandallIsolation BluesHound Dog
Altered Five Blues BandHoller If You Hear MeHoller If You Hear Me
Mike ZitoYou Don’t Have MeResurrection
HendrikseTry to Save Your SoulA Good Day for the Blues
Christone “Kingfish” IngramLong Distance Woman662
The Record CompanyHow HighHow High (Promo Single)
The Blues Chapter BandToo FatPromo Single
8 Ball AitkenWhat Goes UpIce Cream Man
The LiberatorsWrong DistractionWaitin’
Backtrack Blues BandYour Baby Has LeftYour Baby Has Left (Promo Single)
Rae Gordon BandGet Right With The WorldWrong Kind Of Love
The WildRootsMisty Morning in New OrleansWildRoots Sessions Volume 1

Dave Kalz – The blues with rock RELISH on the side!

I absolutely love artists that play a mean guitar. And Dave Kalz does just that on his debut release for Gulf Coast Records, RELISH. The album is packed with original songs that celebrate the insistent tones of a guitar with blues rock gusto.

I suggest you listen to Route 666 first. It is a raucous upbeat tune with undertones of ZZ Top dripping from the music. You can just tell Dave is havin’ a blast as his fingers fly over the neck of the guitar. Next give She’s Got A Hemi a listen with it’s great rock and roll rhythm and those fabulous tones that bring back memories of LInk Wray. Up next focus your ears on a song about the bane of many musicians, the Taxman; it’s another blues rocker with a funky starting beat that shifts into some of the loud late night jammin’ that I have always associated with the Allman Brothers. It should be an audience pleaser when Dave hits the road to support the album which was officially released on June 25th.

Just these three tunes alone will help you understand why Dave’s long time friend, Mike Zito (they are both from St. Louis) signed him to a record deal for Mike’s label, Gulf Coast Records. Mike also sits in for one tune, Werewolf Blues. Dave just absolutely tears it up on another of my favorite cuts of the album, I Can’t Quit Ya Baby. It is a song he played with Devon Allman over two decades ago while Dave was a member of the Devon Allman’s Honeytribe and I am damn glad he included it on the album. I also enjoyed Playing the Blues (with some Jimi Hendrix riffs towards the end!), the title cut Relish, and Flying High.

For the recording, Dave has Kevin McDonald on drums, and Greg Hulub on bass and backing vocals; both of whom also attack the blues….forgive the impending pun…. with relish!! Tony Campanella sits in on guitar for Playing the Blues and Lewis Stephens provides the keyboards on the cut Mexico.

As a debut album, RELISH, is simply stellar. If you often love your blues loud and upbeat (and I do!), then you will enjoy this joyful celebration of the electric guitar.

Dave Kalz – RELISH (2021 Gulf Coast Records)


Ben Vee started out spinning songs on terrestrial radio and at nightclubs back in the 1970’s in his home state of Louisiana. After a career in the construction business, he returned to DJing in 2011. He now hosts two shows each week on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com and writes about the blues at http://www.benveeblues.com from his home in Connecticut. He also has a 24 hour stream devoted to the Roadhouse Blues… WRHB

Rising Above the Blues Fray….Mike Zito’s RESURRECTION

I first became aware of Mike Zito back in 2008 with the release of his “Today” album and my interest was cemented in 2009 with his performances on the stellar album “Pearl River“. Over the last dozen years, Mike has been a veritable titan of the contemporary blues as a singer, songwriter, guitar player, producer, and now a record label owner. The energy that drives his life translates well on his recordings and with the official release this week (July 16) of RESURRECTION, we get treated to an outpouring of all the music passion he has stored up during the pandemic.

The album begins with a delightful cover of the J.J. Cale tune, I’ll Make Love To You. that features some tasty slide guitar work. On the second cut, Don’t Bring Me Down, Mike encapsulates how many of us feel about a lot of the modern culture and media and it’s insidious attempts to stir controversy and control the debate. The guitar playing on the song is incredible and the lyrics “You’re lookin’ for a victim, someone you can hurt, I won’t take the bait, I got no time for those that hate” rings so true in an era when social media is overrun with people telling others how to live and what to think. “I just need MY space….I just wanna live MY life….Don’t bring me down”…I couldn’t have said it better.

On the fifth cut of the RESURRECTION recording, MIke provides a mesmerizing rendition of the Blind Faith/Eric Clapton song, In the Presence of the Lord. replete with world class guitar licks. Mike’s singing is so heart felt and this is simply the best cover of the song that I have ever heard! The next song, When It Rains, is as fine an example of the contemporary low down blues that I know of and my favorite song on the album. Mike also provides a jammin’ version of the Howlin’ Wolf/Willie Dixon classic Evil, that is some badass roadhouse blues. And the title cut that closes the album is a pretty love song about second chances.

The album is masterfully produced by David Z who has worked with Mike on seven previous recordings and also worked with Etta James and Prince during his heyday. The backing cast of musicians for the album include many that have worked with Mike for years: Matthew Johnson (drums); Doug Byrkit (bass guitar); Lewis Stephens (piano, organ); Zach Zito (acoustic guitar); Lisa Andersen (backing vocals); Eric Demmer (saxophone); and Fernando Castillo (trumpet).

Mike Zito is undoubtedly one of the stars of the contemporary blues and a musical force to be reckoned with in the coming years. He will be doing an album release concert at Antone’s in Austin Texas on August 5th and another in Los Angeles at the Mint on August 7th. And during the months of August and September he will be doing shows with Anthony Geraci, Tito Jackson, and Albert Castiglia. I am hoping to get tickets to the show at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center in Old Saybrook, Connecticut on August 18th. I’ll let ya know how it goes if I am lucky enough to be there!!

Mike Zito – Resurrection (2021 Gulf Coast Records/Hillside Global)


Ben Vee started out spinning songs on terrestrial radio and at nightclubs back in the 1970’s in his home state of Louisiana. After a career in the construction business, he returned to DJing in 2011. He now hosts two shows each week on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com and writes about the blues at http://www.benveeblues.com from his home in Connecticut. He also has a 24 hour stream devoted to the Roadhouse Blues… WRHB

Roadhouse Blues 3-5 pm EDT on BMFR

Got some badass Roadhouse Blues for ya today on www.bluesmusicfan.com. Join us from 3-5 pm EDT😎 Hot tunes from the ATOMIC 44’s, Johnny Iguana, JP WILLIAMS, the Amnesia Blues Band, WILY BO WALKER, Mike Zito, and many more!!

Here is the intended playlist….

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Johnny IguanaHammer And TickleJohnny Iguana’s Chicago Spectacular!
Rockin Johnny BurginLove Me Like I Want ItGreetings from Greaseland
Johnny IguanaStop Breaking DownJohnny Iguana’s Chicago Spectacular!
Wilburt Lee RelifordSomebody’s KnockinSeems Like A Dream
Dennis SiggeryThe Reason WhyHigher Ground
Jensens Juke JointWhile You Let Your Hair Down LowJensens Juke Joint
Colin Linden4 Cars4 Cars
Ajay SrivastavThe LinePowerless
HendrikseA Good Day for the BluesA Good Day for the Blues
The Freaky BudsWay Too WildWay Too Wild
J Lee and the Hoodoo SkullsDon’t Bother MeBeggars Soul
The Lowdown Dirty MojosMystic Highway 6Stone Cold Groovers
Dani WildeWild Women Don’t Have The BluesPromo Single
Eric ClaptonBad Boy (Eric Clapton Mix)Eric Clapton (Anniversary Deluxe Edition)
JP Williams Blues Band Featuring Ekat PereyraRegretJP & Ekat
Guthrie TrappNew Walkin Blues (Feat. Jimmy Hall)Life After Dark
Amnesia Blues BandNever Loved You AnywayHailstone
Atomic 44sFade To BlackVolume One
Mike ZitoIn My BloodResurrection
Wily Bo Walker & E D BrayshawCould Have Loved YouCould Have Loved You
GA-20She’s GoneShe’s Gone (Promo Single)
Trident WatersStorm Cloud BluesLockdown Blues Rock
Rosalie DrysdaleKiss You GoodbyeMumbo Jumbo
Eric BibbWhole World’s Got The Blues (feat. Eric Gales)Dear America Promo Single
Steve MarrinerCoal MineHope Dies Last
Patty Pershayla and The MayhapsApostropheCheap Diction
Gravel & GraceBottlesBringing the Blues
Bridget Kelly BandSometimes You Gotta DanceDark Spaces
The Harvey Blom BandBluestoothOut of the Shadows

July 6th Contemporary Blues on BLUES MUSIC FAN radio 12-2 pm EDT

I have a bunch of new roadhouse blues tunes for you to feast your ears on from 12-2pm EDT (July 6th) at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com : Dave Kalz, Mike Zito, Crystal Thomas, Dennis Siggery, Begbie, and many more!

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Dave KalzPlaying The BluesRelish
Crystal ThomasOne Good ManNow Dig This!
HendrikseTry to Save Your SoulA Good Day for the Blues
Veronique GayotGood Blues On The RadioAnimal
Amythyst KiahBlack MyselfWary + Strange
Eddie TurnerDignify MeChange in Me
BegbieTouched by the DevilHustle
J Lee and the Hoodoo SkullsCome HomeBeggars Soul
Gaby JogeixKeep Your LampsMeanwhile In New Orleans
JB & The HuggeliWhen I’m In LoveThank You Blues
Delta FuseWandering SoulA Matter of Love and War
Dennis SiggeryGypsy WomanHigher Ground
Joe GoldmarkBeautician BluesBlue Steel
Hangin’ JudgeDevil WomanRising Mountains
Mike ZitoDamned If I DoResurrection
Johnny GallagherShake That TambourineA 2020 Vision
Cedric BurnsidePretty FlowersI Be Trying
B.B. KingCatfish BluesBest of Blues
Crystal ThomasI Don’t Worry MyselfNow Dig This!
Los LobosMiseryMisery
Kirk FletcherAin’t No Cure For The DownheartedMy Blues Pathway
Colin AlvarezHeart AttackLong Time Coming
Blues-Keepers BandDelta HotWord on the Street
Broke FuseThe Ballad of Sonny ShadeRocket Ride
Budda Power Blues and Maria JoaoYou Gotta Let Me LooseThe Blues Experience II
Jack J HutchinsonShake Your Money MakerBack To The Blues
Ivy GoldWithout YouSix Dusty Winds
Jeb CardwellCan’t Stop MeMy Friend Defiance