Ben Vee’s Roadhouse Blues News – Buddy Guy Farewell Tour and a bunch of new Blues album releases

Buddy Guy Farewell Tour begins February 11

At the age of 86 and still at the top of his form, Buddy Guy will be doing his farewell tour during 2023. He starts it in Mumbai, India on February 11, begins the North American leg on February 17th in Rockford, Illinois, and literally crisscrosses the country into the fall. He will also fit in appearances in Australia and a number of places in Europe as he does his final live performances in a career that has spanned over 60 years. Buddy is equally at home with Muddy Waters and Jimi Hendrix and puts on a show that includes playing in the crowd, playing the guitar with his teeth and behind his back, and regaling the audience with little stories about the songs he performs and the life he has lived. I have seen him three times and they were incredible shows. If you haven’t heard him live, check the tour dates on his website and make plans now. I don’t think the tickets will be available for long! AND I have a feeling that a lot of well known blues artists will be popping up on stage with him to say their final farewells to the reigning King of the Blues.

New Roadhouse Blues Releases Out Now

Ryan Foret & Foret Tradition – That’s What’s Happening Here : Vibrant blues and R&B sound out of New Orleans!

Eddie 9V – Capricorn : May be the reincarnation of Lowell George, Leon Russell, & Duane Allman!! He is only 27!

Teresa James – With a Little Help From Her Friends : Teresa bluzin’ the Beatles…well worth a ticket to ride!!

The 2:19 – We Will Get Through This : From Ireland, they kick out some badass rockin’ blues!

Planned Roadhouse Blues Releases in February 2023

Savoy Brown – Blues All Around (Feb 17th) : Kim Simmonds knew he had cancer and just kept recording right up to his death late in 2022..RIP

The Gayle Harrod Band – Temptation (Feb 24th) : Awesome voice and blues from this talent out of Baltimore!

Planned Releases in March 2023

Mike Zito & Albert Castiglia – Blood Brothers (March 17th)

Ally Venable – Real Gone (March 24th)

Eric Bibb – Ridin’ (March 24th)


#blues #bluesmusic #bluesrock #benveeroadhouseblues

Joe Bonamassa Leaves Social Media Platform

When is enough enough?  As we all have experienced on social media, people free of any filter can state outrageous, false, misleading, hurtful, and downright mean things with no fear of repercussions hidden behind a fake log in name.  Well, Joe Bonamassa has had enough on Instagram. Around Thanksgiving of 2022 (late November) while getting ready to go onstage, Joe passed the time by perusing Instagram where he often interacted with the users. (Which is pretty cool!)  What he saw were a series of insulting comments including one about how he looks and his receding hairline!

His reported response (by Ultimate Guitar) the next morning was:

“So, after sleeping on this I have come to a conclusion. Last night I allowed a few clowns @rich_tones being one of them to cause me to go onstage angry. That is not fair to you the fans.

Also, This isn’t what I signed up for 8 years ago. Social media has become such a distraction for me. This place feels like it has the maturity of high school and I fear I am gonna be provoked one day into saying something i might regret.

So I’m leaving this wonderful place to the influencers and good looking. Enjoy it before it destroys your soul. I will see you in real life somewhere down the road and in Riverside tonight.

Any posts on this page going forward will not be from me. Thanks for the 8 years. 😎👍”

As I stated when it happened to Adele on social media over her weight, I don’t care whether an artist is tall or short, big or small, what their sexual orientation is, their race, or where they are from.  I judge a roadhouse blues artist on how their music impacts me personally.  Do they bring passion to their vocal and stage performances, is the musicianship engaging, do the lyrics resonate with me now or from some point in my life to date?  In short do they move me to sing, dance, sway to the beat in my chair, party, drink, smoke, or recall some event or time in my life?  That is what great music does! It can change your life, your way of thinking, and, in very special cases, impact a generation of listeners.

It is unclear to me whether Joe’s announcement applies to only his interactions on Instagram or social media in general.  I hope it is only Instagram.  During the Covid lockdown, Joe did a series of social media interview shows that were very entertaining.  Joe is a guitar nerd at heart and it was fun to watch him discuss guitars and amps, as well as music, with a stellar list of blues and rock stars. He doesn’t come across as a blues super star but as just a guy who loves music and enjoys what he does best.

Joe Bonamassa is without a doubt a superstar of contemporary blues rock. And he has largely done it his way. He doesn’t use promoters; he books his own concert venues, takes the risks, and reaps the rewards. He has his own record label and now has established another non profit label, Keep the Blues Alive, to help give opportunity and visibility to other lesser known stars of the blues.

Joe has also always had a large number of detractors.  They say “he doesn’t have soul in his music”, “he really doesn’t play the blues”, “he doesn’t looks like a bluesman” and “he drives up the prices of collectible guitars because he buys so many”…..to highlight just a few. And, over the years, Joe Bonamassa has largely been ignored by the Grammy Awards (a couple of nominations) and the Blues Music Foundation (a couple of awards).

In spite of it all, Joe continues to turn out some stellar blues and blues rock music. He is giving back to the blues community through his support of the Blues In the Schools initiative and now the KTBA record label. But when it comes to social media, enough is enough. Can’t say that I blame him.  When it impacts your on stage performance, it’s time to move on!

Let me know what you think in the comments section. Is Joe being thin skinned? What would you do as an artist in a similar situation?

#bluesmusic #blues #benveeroadhouseblues #bluesnews

Best Blues of 2022 – Notable Live and Compilation Roadhouse Blues Releases

ZZ Top – RAW (That Little Ol’ Band From Texas Original Soundtrack) (2022 Shelter Records/BMG)

Recorded in 2019 as part of the documentary “That Little Ol’ Band from Texas“, this legendary trio retreated to their garage rock roots by renting the oldest dance hall in Texas, the Gruene Hall, and then crankin’ out versions of a dozen of their classic tunes. There were no crowds; just the band and recording staff. Dusty Hill was magical on the bass, Frank Beard kept a tight pocket with an insistent beat, and Billy Gibbons provided his signature guitar licks and raw vocals. With the death of Dusty, the magic that was ZZ Top will never pass this way again. And as the last recording of the group, it stands as a mighty testament to their fusion of rock and blues. It is well worth every nickel you pay for the download or the vinyl.

Creedence Clearwater Revival – At the Royal Albert Hall April 14, 1970 (2022 Craft Records)

Recorded by the BBC during Creedence Clearwater Revival’s first tour of Europe in 1970, this music was never released because of the never ending battles between the band and their original label, Fantasy Records. Now, after 52 years, you get to hear CCR at their finest with John Fogerty on vocals and guitars, his older brother Tim Fogerty on rhythm guitars, Stu Cook on bass and Doug ‘Cosmo’ Clifford on drums.

CCR sprang to fame in 1968 with a cover of Dale Hawkin’s Suzy Q, burned brightly as a true super group for 4 years and then they were gone; the victim of internal band strife and business battles. But on this spring night in 1970, they were in top musical form for the 13 songs on the recording kicking out what I have always referred to as swamp blues rock. For me, this was a nostalgic trip back to the golden era of music. For those of you who may have never have heard CCR live, this recording is well worth a listen and representative of the talent of Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Joan Osborne – Radio Waves (2022 Womanly Hips Records)

Joan Osborne is one of those artists that I have always included in the pantheon of Roadhouse Blues artists because her music and songwriting are an outpouring of her soul; to me the essence of the blues. She got her start singing at blues mic open nights at clubs in New York City in the 1980’s. She had a mega hit with One of Us in the 1990’s but I have never felt the song was representative of her body of work which is much more blues, soul and R&B influenced. In fact, she was nominated for a Grammy for the best blues album of 2013, Bring It On Home.

Her newest recording, Radio Waves, is an interesting compilation of 13 songs that she recorded at radio stations between 1995 and 2012. Normally these type recordings are done as part of a promotional tour and have more of a live feel to them which is a strong suit for Joan. Give Shake Your Hips, Only You and I Know, and My Love Is Alive a listen They should help remind you of the talent of this gifted songwriter and singer.

Hundred Seventy Split – The Story So Far (2022 Repertoire Records )

Formed in 2010, this blues rock trio features the legendary Leo Lyons of Ten Years After on bass, Joe Gooch on vocals and guitars, and Damon Sawyer on drums. They are a fabulous band and this recording features songs from five of their recordings over the past decade. Joe on guitar is a fantastic replacement for the late great Alvin Lee. Take a listen to Going Home to see what I mean. Devil To Pay is some straight up badass blues rock and I Grew Up on Muddy Waters is a live tribute to the man who is the father of the electric Roadhouse Blues. This compilation recordings should serve as a great introduction to the many of you that are not yet familiar with this great British roadhouse blues group!!

2022 – The Ben Vee Best Blues Rock Tribute Albums

I have started compiling my Roadhouse Blues “Best of” lists and over the next couple of months, they will begin to appear here on my blues blog, on my Youtube Video channel, and on my Spotify playlists. During 2022, I reviewed or sampled over 750 new blues and blues rock albums and over 10,000 songs submitted to me directly or that I received via my association with BluesMusicFan Radio. For 2022, there are three albums that pay tribute to Roadhouse blues rock artists and their music that I think are well worth your time!

Beth Hart – A Tribute to Led Zeppelin (Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group 2022)

Beth Hart has one of the best and most distinctive voices of her generation. She has been a perennial member of my internet radio show playlists over the last decade. She is a California native who got her big break when she won the annual Ed McMahon Star Search competition back in the early 1990’s. One of the highlights of her early concerts were renditions she did of Led Zeppelin tunes. There are videos on the net that show her singing her heart out and even dropping to the floor belting out Zepp tunes Robert Plant style. But as the nineties progressed, Beth got steadily more and more out of control as she dealt with drug issues and she eventually had to take a break to get her life back together. The albums Leave The Light On and My California helped revive her career in the mid 2000’s and she became a favorite amongst blues and blues rock audiences through her association with Joe Bonamassa on the 2011 Don’t Explain, the 2013 See Saw, and the 2018 Black Coffee releases.

In 2022, Beth Hart returned to her blues rock roots with the 12 song release of “A Tribute to Led Zeppelin“. Always known as a high energy concert performer, the power and quality of her voice are a perfect match for the tunes. She covers songs from a number of the eight Led Zeppelin studio recordings including the classics Stairway to Heaven and Kashmir. My personal favorite is her cover of The Rain Song; it is Beth in her full majesty!

The Rock House All Stars – Let It Bleed Revisited – An Ovation from Nashville (Qualified Records 2022)

Released in 1969, Let It Bleed by the Rolling Stones is still considered one of the best rock recording of all time. For a group of Nashville studio musicians, together with a talented array of local vocal artists, to take on the challenge of recreating the songs on the album speaks volumes to the lasting legacy of the initial album. Guided by producers Kevin McKendree and John Heithaus, The Rock House All Stars band does justice to the songs while allowing the vocalists some creativity in the their interpretation of the music on the ten songs.

Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie) roars out of the gate on the album with his cover of Gimme Shelter and is assisted on vocals by Bekka Bramlett, the daughter of Delaney and Bonnie Bramlett. Jimmy has been one of my favorite blues and blues rock singers (and harmonica players) over the years and he does a great job on the tune. The title cut, Let It Bleed, is sung by Emil Justian & Greg Mayo. They give it a bit more of a Nashville feel than the original but it is a great cover. Wendy Moten, a finalist on The Voice in 2021, belts out You Can’t Always Get What You Want and Rick Huckaby does a great job on Midnight Rambler. And I really liked the Mike Farris rendition of Monkey Man.

Over the years, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, have toyed at the fringes of country music on a handful of their recordings. The Rock House All Stars have run with that thought and produced an entertaining and respectful rendering of the original album.

Various Artists – Legacy – A Tribute to Leslie West (Provogue Records/Mascot Label Group 2022)

I first listened to Leslie West as a member of Mountain back in the day and I was a fan for all of his life. As the years went by, Leslie became a blues rock fan favorite and produced a series of stellar albums that have regularly been featured on my shows. On Legacy – A Tribute to Leslie West, a heavy weight group of guitar players including Zakk Wylde, Martin Barre (Jethro Tull), Robby Krieger (the Doors), Slash, and Yngwie Malmsteen all pay respect to the songwriting and music of Leslie.

As would be expected, my favorite on the album is Mississippi Queen featuring Marc Labelle, vocalist for Dirty Honey and Slash on guitar. Joe Lynn Turner (Deep Purple, Rainbow) and guitar master Marty Friedman do an incredible job on Nantucket Sleighride and I loved Charlie Starr (Blackberry Smoke) on Silver Paper as well as the Bachman Brothers (Randy & Tal) on Money.

Listening to all of these Leslie West tribute songs brought back a lot of great memories. If you were a Leslie fan, I am sure it will do so for you also.

#blues #bluesrock #bluesmusic


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 personal 24 hour stream devoted to the Roadhouse Blues… WRHB as well as a Youtube channel.

Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues Nooner 12-2 pm ET

Hope you have time to join us today for the Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues Nooner on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com. I have a mix of contemporary blue tunes including new songs from artists in the Czech Republic, Germany, France, Slovakia, Croatia, the UK, and all over the United States. I also have a song from the new Kenny Wayne Shepherd album, Trouble is 25, which is a completely new recording (with the original band members) of his 1997 classic!!

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLE
The B. Christopher BandLike A Fool
Miko MarksRiver
Tiffany Pollack & Eric JohansonBlues In My Blood
Duke RobillardDo You Mean It
Silvia JosifoskaBaby please don’t go
James Cotton feat. Delbert McClintonHard Sometimes
Karen LovelyBlues Ain’t Far Behind
Tiger RoseI Ain’t in No Hurry
Tom HambridgeWhat You Leave Behind
Henrik FreischladerRule the World
Brett LittlefairI’m Beat
Justin Lavash TrioSlide
The FarmersYour Own Way
Larkin PoeStrike Gold
Roy BuchananMy Baby Says She’s Gonna Leave Me
Tomislav Goluban feat. Gregg MartinezDisappear For Good
Eric DemmerI’m A Guitar Player
Joe BonamassaYou Upset Me Baby (feat. Paul Jones)
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band(Long) Gone
Albert CummingsMy Babe
Janiva MagnessBad Moon Rising
Mike ZitoPearl River
Tommy Castro & The Painkillers Feat. Mike ZitoRock Bottom
Zed MitchellLast Train
Uncle Watson’s WidowI Don’t Think I Love You
Ralph Nix & the Guilt BirdsCall Me Baby
Robert Plant & Alison KraussCan’t Let Go
Avey Grouws BandRise Up

Roadhouse Blues Rockin 3-5 pm ET

The cold is finally moving in with dampness and dreariness in its wake. I’ve retreated from the summer man cave to my basement lair with a bottle of Don Julio 1942 and tunes in hand on a hard drive. Join me from 3-5 pm ET today on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com for some new Layla Zoe, Aynsley Lister, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Rory Gallagher, Bridget Kelly, Lone Crow Rebellion, and Uncle Watson’s Widow. Long Live Blues Rock!!

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLE
Sonny LandrethBeyond Borders
Ryan McGarveyWho Would’ve Thought
Aynsley ListerAmazing (Clean Version)
Alvin Lee And Co.I’m Writing You A Letter
Dudley TaftRelentless
Lance LopezNever Came Easy To Me
Eric JohansonThe Fugitive
Layla ZoeWe’re All The Same (feat. Henrik Freischlader)
Bridget Kelly BandWinter’s Coming Blues V.1
Susan SantosIn Trouble
Leslie WestSetting Sun
Bill DurstYour Love
Olav & the Blues CruiseYou Left Me
Sweetwater & the SatisfactionSince You Went Away
The Immediate FamilySlippin’ and Slidin’
Lone Crow RebellionGreat Day For Singing The Blues
Uncle Watson’s WidowSmile Down
Dirty Dave OstiRiver Of Shame
Rob TognoniSomeone To Love Me
PierceFoolin’
Rory GallagherI’m Not Awake Yet (50th Anniversary Edition)
Robin TrowerIn This Place
Joe BonamassaSeagull (Live)
Kenny Wayne Shepherd BandBallad Of A Thin Man
Gary MooreI Loved Another Woman

Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues Rock Thursday 3-5 pm ET

Join me for a Ben Vee Roadhouse blues rockin’ Thursday from 3-5 pm ET on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com. Got some fabulous new tunes from Jeremiah Johnson, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Emanuel Casablanca, Levi Platero, Lauren Anderson, Rusty Wright, The Dirty Tones, Justin Saladino, and Buddy Guy. I hope you have time to listen in a bit!

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLE
Jay GordonWill’s Thang [Instrumental]
**Jeremiah JohnsonBall And Chain
**Kenny Wayne Shepherd BandBallad Of A Thin Man
**Robert Jon & The WreckShe’s A Fighter
**Emanuel CasablancaBlood Money
**The Rusty Wright BandNo One Cares At All
**Buddy GuySymptoms Of Love feat. Elvis Costello
**Lauren AndersonBurn It All Down
**The Hoodoo MenHoodoo Man
**The Dirty TonesKeep Me Warm
**Justin Saladino BandHonest Lies
Jeff Healey BandConfidence Man
Julian SasDevil Woman
**Hundred Seventy SplitGoing Home
**Levi PlateroFire water whiskey
Frank Bang & The Secret StashBurnin’ Up in the Wind
Dr WuNothin’ Like Texas Blues
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double TroubleLeave My Girl Alone (live)
**Trotsky Experience BandBroken Wings
RedstoneBorder
Marcus MaloneStand Or Fall
Dudley TaftLive Or Die
Hurricane HearnTake A Shot
Gov’t MuleOutside Myself
Karin Rudefelt & Doctor BluesArabian Nights (feat. Pierre Swärd & Brian Kramer)

** indicates 2022 releases

Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues Nooner 12-2 pm ET on BluesMusicFan Radio

Starting out November with a great playlist for the Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues Nooner on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com from 12-2 pm ET. Join us for new tunes from Jeremiah Johnson, Ben Levin, the Rusty Wright Band, Tomislav Goluban, Joanne Shaw Taylor, and Joe Bonamassa as well as a whole host of other great modern blues songs.

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLE
Mindi AbairNothing Ever Hurt Like You
Jeremiah Johnson’68 Coupe DeVille
Jerry Lee LewisDrinking Wine Spo-Dee O’Dee
Zora YoungDaughter of a Son-Of-A Gun
Ben LevinI’ve Been Drinking Muddy Water (Feat. Lil’ Jimmy Reed)
The Rusty Wright BandGoin’ To Nola
Jimmy ThackeryEmpty Arms Motel
Johnny WinterSee See Baby
Markey Blue Ric Latina ProjectBad For Real
Grant DermodyTrouble No More
R.L. BurnsidePoor Boy
Buddy GuyFollow The Money feat. James Taylor
Guitar ShortyI’m So Glad I Met You
Tina TurnerRock Me Baby
Boz ScaggsYou Got My Letter
BMFRARTISTID – Johnny Burgin – You’re Listening to BMFR;
Johnny BurginTwo Telephones
Vanessa CollierWhen It Don’t Come Easy (Live)
Mindi AbairWhat About Love?
Sass JordanHigh Road Easy
Blue Moon MarqueeHound Dog On A Chain
Rolling Stones, theBlack Limousine
Tomislav GolubanBlow Junkie Boogie
Michele D’Amour & The Love DealersI Walked On Guilded Splinters
The Derek Trucks BandGood Morning Little Schoolgirl
Eric ClaptonShe’s Gone
Joanne Shaw TaylorNobody’s Fool
Joe BonamassaSomewhere Down The Road
Uncle Watson’s WidowSmile Down

Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues News – Starting out November with Great New Releases

After pent up years in their homes (and make shift studios in garages and basements for most), blues artists have been releasing albums at what has turned out to be a prolific rate in 2022. I have been literally swamped with new recordings from artists all over the globe. Here are several that have come out recently that you need to give a listen!!

Joe Bonamassa – Road to Redemption (EP)

The digital release of Road to Redemption came as a surprise to all of us. There was no pre publicity; it simply dropped on October 21st! It has six songs on the recording; three are curated versions of popular songs from the 2018 Redemption album and three are never before released digital versions of songs that were only available previously on a Target store special edition CD and vinyl copy of the album. Black Roses, which is also being released as a video, is vintage Joe B blues rock as is Somewhere Down the Road. Stronger Now in Broken Places is a pretty tune that highlights Joe’s voice and has some exquisite guitar licks.

Overall it is a great EP and issued just in time for the start of Joe’s next tour. It begins tonight in Springfield, Missouri and over the next month he will be doing 22 dates in the central and western sections of the United States.

Joanne Shaw Taylor – Nobody’s Fool

Joanne Shaw Taylor is one of the world’s preeminent blues rockers with few rivals on the guitar and a fabulous husky R&B voice. What makes this album, Nobody’s Fool, interesting to me is that, though it is produced by fellow blues rocker Joe Bonamassa (and released on his KTBA label), it is actually a contemporary blues release with softer edges that focus more on her voice than her guitar. The title cut, Nobody’s Fool, opens with some Claptonesque licks and proceeds to set the tone for this generally laid back recording. I love Fade Away and Just No Getting Over You. I also enjoyed the cut she does with Joe, Won’t Be Fooled Again. An interesting cut on the recording is a version of Missionary Man she does with Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics. Dave was an early and consistent supporter of Joanne and I believe her cover of the song is a loving tribute to Dave’s encouragement.

Joanne will be doing a dozen or so dates in the United States this month starting with a concert in Carmel, Indiana tonight.

Jeremiah Johnson – Hi-Fi Drive By

Jeremiah Johnson‘s new album, Hi-Fi Drive By is just straight up badass feel good blues. The album opens with ’68 Coupe Deville, a Jerry Lee Lewis style blues rocker, and jets on from there. Jeremiah is from St. Louis and has spent years touring in the United States and Europe kickin’ out jams that will have you movin’ your head and hips. The album has lots of horns, harmonica, and backing vocals that will remind you of “back in the day R&B” that perfectly compliments Jeremiah’s talent on the guitar. My initial rating puts this recording in album of the year territory. I love the songs Ball & Chain, Young And Blind, and the sultry The Squeeze.

Jeremiah will be on the road this month with concert dates around Missouri as well as stops in Indiana and Texas.


#blues #modernblues #contemporaryblues #roadhouseblues #benvee

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 personal 24 hour stream devoted to the Roadhouse Blues… WRHB as well as a Youtube channel.

Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues Nooner 12-2 pm ET

I hope you have time to join us today from 12-2 pm ET for some Roadhouse blues on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com. I have new songs from Joe Bonamassa, Joanne Shaw Taylor, The B. Christopher Band, The Jimmy Zee Band, Thorbjorn Risager & the Black Tornado, Charlie Thomas, Andre Bisson, the Billy T Band, Mud Morganfield, Black Pearl, and the Gumbo Kings plus a bunch of other great contemporary blues!

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLE
“The B. Christopher BandTake It Home
Chris ReaElectric Guitar
“The Jimmy Zee BandGoing Nowhere Fast
Billy D & The HoodoosWhyya Do It?
“Thorbjørn Risager & The Black TornadoTime
“Charlie ThomasBe My Rock
Beth HartSoul Shine
Blackie & the Rodeo KingsI’m Still Loving You
“Andre BissonMissin’ You
Sven ZetterbergMy Sweetest Touch
“Billy T BandHere It is Come and Get It
Susan TedeschiLoving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
“Joanne Shaw TaylorNobody’s Fool
James SolbergEver Seen A Rainbow
Wet WillieShame Shame Shame
Eric ClaptonSteady Rollin’ Man
Bonnie Raitt and Lyle LovetteMy Baby Don’t Tolerate
“Mud MorganfieldBlues In My Shoes single
Mikey Jr. and the Stone Cold BluesWalkin’ Blues
“Arthur James & NorthboundBlues, Blues, Blues
BluestoneEvery Hour Every Day
Daddy RichLast Train Out
“Black PearlPrice on Love
“Joe BonamassaSomewhere Down The Road
Gov’t MuleFool’s Moon
Karin RudefeltDown To The Bottom
“Gumbo KingsIn The Dark