Roadhouse Music Reviews – The Commoners, Derrick Procell, and The Hungry Williams

Just back from a long weekend in southern California with my younger daughter and her husband. We had a blast…..lots of music, food, friends and tequila! Here are three new recording that I enjoyed listening to on the plane trip there and back.

Butter cake at Nick’s in Laguna Beach with Amanda

The Commoners – Find a Better Way (Gypsy Soul Records 2022)

The debut album, Find a Better Way, by The Commoners out of Toronto Canada is downright badass southern style music. The group is fronted by Chris Medhurst, who’s voice reminds me of another Canadian star, Burton Cummings. Melodious wafts of the sounds of The Black Crowes, the Eagles, and the Allman Brothers also drift through the music. The first video single of the recording, Fill My Cup, should give you a good feel for the talent of the band that includes Ross Hayes Citrullo (lead guitar), Ben Spiller (bass/piano), Adam Cannon (drums) and long time friend Miles Evans-Branagh (organ). Kevin Shirley (of Joe Bonamassa fame) even helps a bit producing the title cut. Overall the album has some mighty fine tunes…..give it a listen!!

Favorite cut: More Than Mistakes

Derrick Procell – Hello Mojo (Catfood Records 2022)

Derrick Procell is another of those great talents of the modern blues that you probably haven’t heard of though he was been writing, singing, and performing for well over 40 years. His latest album, Hello Mojo!, is a showcase for his soulful voice and harmonica playing. He has a video out for the first cut from the recording, Skin In the Game, that is contemporary blues at its best.

Though you may not know who Derrick Procell is, my bet is that you have heard his music on True Blood, The Office, Boston Legal, The Americans, or King of the Hill television shows over the years. He has even won a songwriting award at the annual Billboard Magazine get together. And, closer to my heart, he has written music for American Cancer Society events. (As some of you know, I do a fundraiser of my own and participate in the Second Life Relay for Life event for the American Cancer Society each year.)

Overall this album grades out high enough to receive serious consideration for Contemporary Blues Album of the year awards. If you listen to the recording, leave your own comments below. I’d love to know what you think!

Favorite cut: The Contender

The Hungry Williams – Let’s Go (Rochelle Records 2022)

Out this Friday September 9th, on my birthday, The Hungry Williams will be releasing their second album, Let’s Go. When I heard their debut recording in 2019, Brand New Thing, I thought for sure they were from my hometown of New Orleans. Now after listening to the new tunes, I can say confidently that they are a Big Easy R&B band, regardless of their claims to be from Milwaukee!!

The songs on the recording have a largely “back in the day” sound from the 1950’s. There are tunes originally done by Lavern Baker, Big Maybelle, and Fats Domino guitarist Roy Montrell as well as a number of fabulous originals. The band consists of Kelli Gonzalez (lead vocals), Joe Vent (guitar and vocals), Jack Stewart (keyboards), Mike Sieger (bass), John Carr (founder, drums), and a horn section of Jason Goldsmith, Casimir Riley, and Lech Wierzynski.

This past February, they released the first video for the album, Mardi Gras Day in time for the Crescent City holiday. I encourage you to give it a listen. I love good time music that makes you feel good; it’s what the concept of the roadhouse blues is all about!! The Hungry Williams kick out music that is fun and captures the magic of New Orleans….well worth your time!

Favorite cut: Oooh Wow!


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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.

Best Blues Songs of 2021 on Today’s Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues Nooner 12-2 pm ET

There isn’t much good to say about the year 2021 other than, while we were all still hunkered down because of the pandemic, blues artists continued to produce some fabulous music. Join us today as I play some of the tunes included in my Roadhouse 66 Best Blues Songs of 2021. I will feature the top ten tunes of the year by Tommy Castro, the Altered Five Blues Band, Dion, Christone Kingfish Ingram, Colin James, J Lee and the Hoodoo Skulls, the Atomic 44s, the JP Williams Blues Band, Polly O’Keary & the Rhythm Method, and Blues Traveler. Which one was my number one tune for 2021? You will just have to tune in at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com from 12-2 pm ET today and listen along!

For those of you that can’t tune in, I have already posted the entire Roadhouse 66 Best Songs of 2021 playlist on my Ben Vee Spotify account for you to peruse and I will be posting the list to my Ben Vee Youtube channel tomorrow. (Previous year lists for 2017-2020 are also on my YouTube channel.) A review of the 2021 list will be posted here on my blues blog by the end of the week. It is a joy to put together these annual lists of my favorite 66 tunes from among the 6000 or so songs that I spin for the year. I hope you get as much enjoyment from reviewing my selections, listening to them….and hopefully downloading….your favorites!!

Soul Blues Chillin’ with Zac Harmon

For those of you who haven’t heard of Zac Harmon, he is an award winning bluesman who comfortably resides in the Robert Cray wing of the contemporary blues. In 2006, he won the Blues Music Foundation award for Best New Artist for his album The Blues According To Zacariah. In the years since six more albums have followed including the new recording Long As I Got My Guitar.

Zac has a voice and a guitar style that can best be described as ‘chillin with the soul blues’. His songs on the new album are in parts upbeat, funky, pensive, spiritual, and socially aware. He even ventures “down the bayou” a bit with the delightful accordion accompanied Crying Shame. Zac was born in Jackson Mississippi to parents who schooled him in music. His mother played piano and his father, the first black pharmacist in Mississippi, played harmonica. His dad tended to the needs of Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Albert King, Ike & Tina Turner, and Little Milton at times and all those combined influences have made Zac Harmon one of the great blues & soul men of the roadhouse blues.

Now based in Texas, Zac worked with the renown music producer, Jim Gaines, who most notably produced Stevie Ray Vaughan, Santana, and Journey, to create the soulful music magic on this recording. Backing Zac on most of the tracks are the Rays consisting of Bob Trenchard (bass), Richy Puga (drums), Johnny McGhee (guitars), Dan Ferguson (keyboards and accordion) and backing vocals by SueAnn Carwell and Corey Lacey.

My favorite recording on the album is the title cut, Long As I Got My Guitar. Over the years, I have heard guitar players time and again talk about having survived their days payin’ their blues dues and facing the brutal choice of pawning their guitar for money to pay bills. Zac captures that melancholy experience with some exquisite guitar licks and real world lyrics. I also loved the guitar work on the socially conscious Waiting to Be Free. Another favorite of mine on the recording is People Been Talking which is soul blues at its very finest.

Over the last 18 months all of us have dealt with enforced periods of isolation as a result of the pandemic. It has given most of us a new appreciation of family and friends and, in Zac’s case, he says it gave him the realization that “as long as I have my guitar, all is good with my soul”. All I can add to that is that just listening to Zac sing and play on this new recording had a nice calming effect on my soul best exemplified by his song, Soul Land. Give it and the rest of the songs on this album a listen as you chill to some mighty fine soul blues.

Zac Harmon – Long As I Have My Guitar (2021 Catfood 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

An enticing Open Road to the Blues with some new Colin James

Every life is an open road. It’s a lyric from the title cut for Colin James‘ 20th album which was released this week. In Colin’ case, the certainty and direction of his musical journey was cemented when fate intervened back in the 1980’s in his hometown of Regina, Saskatchewan. A late no show and a desperate last minute search for an opening act for Stevie Ray Vaughan led to Colin. After the show, Stevie told him , “I’m opening doors for you….walk through them!”.And that he did!!

In 1988, Colin released his first self-titled album which contained two self-penned hits, Voodoo Thing and Five Long Years that garnered him the first of his 7 JUNO awards and a spot touring with Keith Richards. Over the ensuing years, Colin has rocked it, been credited with reviving swing music in Canada, and, with the last three albums, solidified his standings as one badass roadhouse bluesman.

The OPEN ROAD album is an impressive collection of original songs as well as covers of tunes he recalls first firing his imagination at the age of 12. It has rockin’ blues songs, traditional blues numbers, and beautiful roots tunes. Overcoming the challenges of the pandemic, Colin drew together the talents of Chris Caddell (rhythm guitar), Steve Pelletier and Norm Fisher (bassists), Simon Kendall and Jesse O’Brien (Hammond B3 organ), and Geoff Hicks (drums) to make the recording. It was mixed at the famed Abbey Roads Studios in London by producer Dave Meszaros. And the product, which includes guest appearances by Steve Marriner (harmonica) and Jerry Cook and Steve Hilliam (saxophone) is in my opinion his best overall release to date and worthy of consideration as one of the best blues recordings of 2021 world wide, not just in Canada. To give you a feel for just how good it is, I use a 5 star rating system for songs and there are 13 on the Open Road recording. My overall rating is an incredible 57 out of a possible 65. As context, my normal rating for an album I considered great would be 40 to 45! This recording is special!!

The album opens with some tasty guitar pickin’ on the Tony Joe White song As The Crow Flies. Colin then takes on challenge of covering an Albert King tune, Can’t You See What You’re Doing to Me. He follows that up with some badass lowdown blues on That’s Why I Am Crying. The fourth song Open Road was written by Colin and Craig Northey. It is insightful observation on life and the travails of a traveling musician. On the fifth tune, Change It, Colin pays tribute to his fateful meeting with Stevie Ray with a song written by Doyle Bramhall. The album also contains two songs written by Colin and Colin Linden, another of my favorite Canadian artists, Raging River and There’s a Fire. Colin cranks out a signature rockin blues tune, Leave This House, that he wrote with Tom Wilson as the seventh cut. Colin’s version of the Bob Dylan song, It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry is a showcase for his voice and some more tasty guitar licks. And he absolutely aces another Dylan tune, Down On the Bottom, that served as one of the “promo singles” released back in September. Colin also delivers a fabulous cover of the John Lee Hooker song, Bad Boy. One of my all time favorite bluesmen is Otis Rush and the recording of It Takes Time featuring some exquisite harmonica by Steve Marriner is just simply badass roadhouse blues! And to top it all off, the last song on the album is a soulful rendition of Otis Redding‘s I Love You More Than I Can Say.

I have been told that the average music lover buys a dozen or so albums a year. In what is fast becoming the new age of the single, I highly recommend that you purchase the entire recording to truly appreciate what an incredible recording this is! And in the coming months, I will be more than willing to hit the open road to see Colin James work his musical magic on stage….how about you?

Colin James – Open Road (2021 Stony Plain 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

Mid January 2021 Roadhouse Bluzin on BMFR

Join me today on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com for my Roadhouse Blues Nooner from 12-2 pm EST. I will be spinning tunes by Karin Rudefelt, Mia Vermillion, Forest McDonald, Tiffany Pollack, Tullie Brae, Mike Zito, and a bunch more.

Below is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Andres RootsLink To ElmoreRoots Music
Tiffany Pollack & Eric JohansonBlues In My BloodBlues In My Blood
Jontavious WillisLow Down WaysSpectacular Class
Forrest McDonald BandLet the Love in Your HeartBlues in a Bucket
Wentus Blues Band w. Duke Robillard2:19:00 AMToo Much Mustard
Renee AustinPretend We Never Met (ft Delbert McClinton)Sweet Talk
Big Daddy WilsonMiss Dorothy Lee (Live)Songs From The Road
Sugaray RayfordDark Night of the SoulSomebody Save Me
Harper and Midwest KindI Still Got YouRise Up
Mindi Abair & The BoneshakersWho’s Gonna Save My Soul?No Good Deed
Ghost Town Blues BandBefore You Hit The GroundDark Horse
The Allman Betts BandShinin’Down To The River
Karin Rudefelt & Doctor BluesAngel On My Shoulder (Feat. Erja Lyytinen)Walk The Walk
Brandon SantiniSomebody’s Gotta GoThe Longshot
Tullie BraeBreak These Chains (Feat. Brandon Santini)Revelation
Anthony GomesThe Whiskey Made Me Do ItPeace, Love & Loud Guitars
Mia VermillionWhen I’ve Been Drinkin’Alone Together With The Blues
One Dime BandHard Luck DaddyHoodoo and Holy Water
Mike ZitoMississippi NightsFirst Class Life
Jan JamesA Different LifeJustify
Pinkie RideauI’m On The OutsideBring Me Sugar
Savoy BrownI Can’t Stop The BluesWitchy Feelin’
The NighthawksDon’t Worry BabyTryin’ To Get To You
Omar & The HowlersGirl’s Got RythymThe Screamin’ Cat
Crystal ShawandaHey LoveChurch House Blues
Pinetop Perkins5-10-15 Hours (ft Carolyn Wonderland)How Long
JJ Grey & MofroEverything Good Is BadOrange Blossoms
The Mike Duke ProjectI Can’t Let You Go…took a while

A Bin Full of Roadhouse Blues 2020 (They Make GREAT Christmas Gifts) – Part One

So you still have people on your Christmas list to shop for or maybe just a little something for yourself? No problem!! Here are some roadhouse blues albums that will endear you to your friends and help out the blues artists….all of whom have been financially struggling during this hideous year while producing some fantastic tunes!

Steve Strongman – Tired of Talking (Stony Plain Records 2020)

Steve Strongman drifts effortlessly from traditional blues to R&B and soul and then to roots acoustic music on this fine album, Tired of Talking. This Canadian artist sings, plays the guitar, dobro, and does some damn fine harpin’ also. He’s good enough to have opened for B.B. King, Johnny Winter, and Buddy Guy and that is damn sure good enough for me….and hopefully for YOU! Give Just Ain’t Right a listen!

Grainne Duffy – Voodoo Blues (2020 Independent Release)

With a powerful gritty soulful voice, this Irish lass has delivered a masterful roadhouse blues recording with the release of her seventh album, Voodoo Blues. Part roots blues, southern rock, and blues rock, overall it is representative of the talent and bright future that she has. Her style is ready made for live performances and festival appearances. As soon as the pandemic recedes, expect to hear a lot more from her! Give the title cut, Voodoo Blues, a listen….see what I mean!!

Johnny Iguana – Johnny Iguana’s Chicago Spectacular! (Delmark Records 2020)

If you love some rockin’ vibrant piano blues….have I got the album for you or someone you know! This badass blues man hails from Chicago and on Johnny Iguana’s Chicago Spectacular, he does rousing covers of 44 Blues, Down in the Bottom, Shake Your Moneymaker, and Stop Breaking Down. He was part of Junior Wells Band for a time and has toured or recorded with Buddy Guy, Billy Branch, Billy Arnold, and a number of other Chicago blues greats. Now, on his first album as the band leader, Johnny pounds the ivories through some great contemporary songs as well as blues classics. Cool tunes from a great guy!!

Brother Jon Band – Open Jam (Independent Release 2015)

I’m honored that so many independent artists choose to send me copies of their recordings. Just recently, I got one from Minneapolis that just blew me away. The Brother Jon Band has a badass roadhouse blues sound that is reminiscent of Canned Heat and the Black Crowes with hints of Guns ‘N Roses. Music like this brings back a lot of memories. Give WHEN SHE CRIES a listen (on Spotify) or BOBBY’S BLUES (on Youtube) and see if you don’t agree and then go to this link and download the album, Open Jam!

Duke Robillard – Blues Bash with Duke Robillard & Friends (Stony Plain Records 2020)

Photo by David Lee Black

I absolutely love 1950’s style upbeat blues. It was an era when the blues was in the process of giving birth to rock ‘n roll and the Duke captures the essence of that golden era for music with the new Blues Bash with Duke Robillard & Friends recording. It is an excellent album to have playing for small Christmas party gathering. The tunes are danceable, bright, and energetic. (Try Do You Mean It! This Grammy nominated artist and five time winner of the Blues Music Award as best guitarist has been thrilling audiences all over the world since 1967 and this recordings demonstrates why he won’t be stopping anytime soon.

Kerry Kearney – Tales from the Psychedelta (2020 Highlander Records)

A slide guitar player who I would put up against the likes of Sonny Landreth and Derek Trucks, Kerry Kearney is a Long Island native who released his 18th recording this year, Tales From The Psychedelta. It is actually a compilation album that includes tracks that are no longer in print making it a nice gift for those familiar with him as well as new fans. Listen to his vocals and the badass guitar licks on Voodoo Down The River and I think you will understand why I named this album one of the 40 best blues rock albums of 2020 earlier this week.

Michael “Iron Man” Burks – Show of Strength (2012 Alligator Records)

Michael Burks’ Show of Strength album is one that I place among the pantheon of stellar blues recordings alongside works by Luther Allison and Buddy Guy. Tragically, Michael never got to hear the final mix of his work. He died suddenly of heart failure while returning from a tour of Europe. A son of Arkansas, Michael was the complete blues man; a showman, stellar guitar player, and he possessed a powerful voice that dripped with the soul. There isn’t a bad song among the 12 tracks and my personal favorite is Storm Warning. You can’t go wrong with this as a stocking stuffer for a friend or family member.


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.

The term “roadhouse blues” refers to modern contemporary blues that are primarily upbeat in nature and incorporate the influence of rock, roots music, soul, and R&B.

Turkey Week Roadhouse Blues Nooner 12-2 pm ET

It’s Thanksgiving week here in the United States and normally a lot of us would be traveling to see family and friends. This year….not so much. Sooo…kick back at home and join us for some badass blues on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com from 12-2 pm ET. Got tunes by Ray Charles, Susan Tedeschi, Lonnie Brooks, Willie Dixon, and many more.

Below is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Johnny BurginPumpkin’s BoogieNo Border Blues
Ray CharlesLonely AvenueUltimate Hits Collection (1 of 2)
Barrett StrongMoney (That’s What I Want)The Best of Soul and Rhythm & Blues
Tim GartlandYou Best Think TwiceSatisfied
Cara Being BlueSkippin’ StoneGrit
Kenny ‘Beedy Eyes’ Smith & The House BumpersNo Need Brotha’Drop The Hammer
Scott RammingerMagic in the MusicAdvice from a Father to a Son
Barbara BlueToo Late BluesJus’ Blues
Glen ClarkWhen The Time Is RightYou Tell Me
Son SealsLook Now Baby – LiveBlues Guitar Summit
Jackie Brenston & His Delta CatsRocket 88The Story of the Blues
Corey HarrisCatfish BluesFulton Blues
Russ GreenSomethin NewCity Soul
The Nick Moss BandNote On The DoorThe High Cost Of Low Living
Willie DixonI Ain’t SuperstitiousI am the Blues
Johnny CashGet RhythmClassic Cash: Hall of Fame Series
Lucinda WilliamsCan’t Let GoCar Wheels on a Gravel Road
Lyle LovettM-O-N-E-YPontiac
Dan Bubien & The Delta StrutsI Gotta ReasonThieves & Yesterdays
Susan TedeschiLittle By Little (with The Derek Trucks Band) [2016 Remastered]Crossroads Revisited
Dr. Wu’High Maintenance BabyTexas Blues Project, Vol. 1
Rich HopeCreepstoneI’m All Yours
Lonnie BrooksTwo Headed ManThe Alligator Records 30th Anniversary Collection
Fabian AnderhubWaiting For Me3rd European Blues Challenge
RJ MischoTattered And WornI Hope You’re Satisfied
Ariel PosenGet You Back (Live)The Live Sessions
Mick Taylor, Max MiddletonThis Is HipThis Is The Blues Vol. 4
Wes JeansDon’t Be HipHands On

October 1st Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues on BMFR

Got some Good Time Roadhouse Blues comin’ your way at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com today (October 1st) from 3 to 5 pm EDST. Tune in and listen to new contemporary blues from a slew of great artists including Linsey Alexander, Nick Moss, Johnny Iguana, Johnny Burgin, and Heather Newman.

This is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Dave SpecterSoul DropBlues from the Inside Out
Jimmy JohnsonDown In The ValleyEvery Day Of Your Life
Linsey AlexanderI Got A WomanLive at Rosa’s
New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom RockersNight Time (feat Jimbo Mathis)Volume I
Sugar Ray & the Bluetones feat. Little Charlie BatyToo Far from the BarToo Far from the Bar
John NemethSometimesStronger Than Strong
Heather NewmanHis SoulRise From The Flames
Gaetano PellinoMoney TalksTribute
Nick Moss Band Feat. Dennis GruenlingFull Moon AcheLucky Guy!
Willie Buck(All I’m Doin’ Is) Thinking Of YouWillie Buck Way
Johnny IguanaDown In The BottomJohnny Iguana’s Chicago Spectacular!
Bob Margolin & Dennis GruenlingLow Life BluesDon’t Pass Me By
Johnny BurginLate Night Date Night (Feat. Rae Gordon)Live
Coco MontoyaTroubleComing In Hot
Whitney ShayLove’s Creeping up on YouA Woman Rules the World
Ronnie Earl & the BroadcastersBig Town PlayboyRise Up
Mary Jo Curry BandFront PorchFront Porch
AJ Crawdaddy BandDon’t Think About It, Baby!  Featuring Baxter RobertsonSteppin’ Out!
Elvin Bishop & Charlie MusselwhiteHelp Me100 Years Of Blues
The Barrett Anderson BandEmma LeeHypnobooge
Billy Walton BandCan’t Love No OneDark Hour
Christone “Kingfish” IngramEmpty PromisesEmpty Promises
Casey JamesIf You Dont Know By NowIf You Don’t Know By Now
The James Pitts BandHey BabyCome to Play the Blues
Tas CruSave MeDrive On
The Little Red Rooster Blues BandHey, Hey, I Love YouUnder the Covers
Scott EllisonPerfect For YouSkyline Drive

Roadhouse Blues Nooner for June 9th on BMFR

Join me today, June 9rh, for my Roadhouse Blues Nooner on BMFR from 12 to 2 pm ET. I have new tunes from Dion, the James Pitt Band, Mary Jo Curry, The Nighthawks, Jeff Fetterman and plenty of great contemporary roadhouse blues!! Grab your beverage of choice and tune in at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com.

Below is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLE
The Little Red Rooster Blues BandRockin’ My Boogie
The Rudy Boy ExperimentJuke Joint
The James Pitts BandLove Me
The Little Red Rooster Blues BandHey, Hey, I Love You
Mary Jo Curry BandFront Porch
Scott EllisonPerfect For You
Etta JamesGotta Serve Somebody
Stephen StillsIsn’t It About Time
Tommy Castro & The PainkillersLive Every Day
Mike ZitoBad News Is Coming
Heather NewmanHis Soul
Lisa MillsSlip Away
Tony HolidayPaying Rent
Tom HambridgeBluz Crazy
Shaun MurphyHappy with the One I Got Now
Sean PinchinSomeone Like You
Daniel CastroCold Hearted Woman
Kenny ParkerHard Times In The Land Of Plenty
Omar Kent Dykes & Jimmie VaughanJimmy Reed Highway
Omar & The HowlersToo Many People Talkin’
The NighthawksChairman Of The Board
Jeff FettermanGoin’ Down To Nashville
Alvin LeeMemphis
Rita ChiarelliTupelo
Blind FaithCan’t Find My Way Home
DionHymn To Him featuring Patti Scialfa & Bruce Springsteen
Harpdog BrownFacebook Woman

May 28th Good Time Roadhouse Blues on BMFR

Join me today, May 28th, from 3 to 5 pm ET on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com for some great Good Time Roadhouse blues! I have new tunes by Dion, The Teskey Brothers, Johnny Burgin, Jeff Fetterman, Kat Riggins, Seasick Steve and plenty of contemporary blues!

You can find the intended playlist below……hope ya download and buy a couple during the show!

ARTISTTITLE
Danny Gatton & Joey DeFrancescoFine
Bushmaster feat Gary BrownThe Blues
Bill Toms and Hard RainI Won’t Go To Memphis No More (Live)
Bernard AllisonSlide Master
DionBam Bang Boom
The RidesThat’s A Pretty Good Love
Moonshine SocietyShake
Jeff FettermanTell Me Baby
The Teskey BrothersHold Me (Live At The Forum, 2019)
Big Bill MorganfieldLove You Right
Kat RigginsCry Out
Johnny BurginOld School Player
Rick PisanoIt Comes And It Goes
Devon Allman’s HoneytribeCould Get Dangerous
Nanette WorkmanJust Another Night
Johnny WinterIt’s My Life, Baby
Too Slim and the TaildraggersDevil’s Hostage
Gary MooreCold Black Night
Hamish AndersonTrouble
Peter Green & Fleetwood MacFast Talking Woman Blues
Seasick SteveLove & Peace
IndigenousFind My Way
The Andy James BandShe’s an Evil Woman
John Butcher20 Years
Dan PatlanskyMayday