The Snowed In Roadhouse Blues 3-5 pm EST On Blues Music Fan Radio

The first winter storm of the year has struck…..but the blues roll on! Tune in today from 3 to 5 pm EST for my Snowed In Roadhouse blues featuring Jay Stollman, GG Davies, Crystal Shawanda, Samantha Martin, and many more at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com.

Here is the intended playlist:

ARTISTTITLEALBUM
Shuggie OtisCold ShotPlays the Blues
Samantha Martin & Delta SugarBetter To Have NeverThe Reckless One
Dave KellerOne More Tear (Feat. Annika Chambers)You Get What You Give: Duets
Curtis SalgadoThe Longer That I Live2020 Blues Sampler Alligator Records
Eva CarboniWages of SinItalia Square
Jay StollmanBack to MemphisRoom for One More
Anthony Rosano and The ConqueroosLove Got a Hold on MeAnthony Rosano and the Conqueroos
Crystal ShawandaMove MeChurch House Blues
Harpdog BrownBetter Days (Featuring Kid Andersen)Travelin’ with the Blues
Johnny BurginLate Night Date Night (Feat. Rae Gordon)Live
Shaun MurphySoul ShakeFlame Still Burns
Dave KeyesNot So Nice AnymoreThe Healing
John GintyDamage ControlBad News Travels
Rita Engedalen & Margit BakkenThey’re Still Passing ThroughWomen In Blues: Broken Soul Blues
Willie MayJoanna ConquerorBlues For Sugar
Harmonica Shah & Howard GlazerMy Bottle Is My Bank AccountAin’t Gonna Worry About Tomorrow
Bonnie Raitt, Keb’ Mo’ and Alan DarbyMillion MilesEric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019 (Live)
Citizen Cope and Gary Clark Jr.Son’s Gonna RiseEric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019 (Live)
Eric Clapton with Andy Fairweather-LowLay Down SallyEric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival 2019 (Live)
Luca BurgalassiThe Real MeCome To My World
Monti AmundsonLesson Or TwoI See Trouble
Jeremiah JohnsonMuddy Black WaterUnemployed Highly Annoyed
David GogoChristine!Promo Single
GG DaviesWhen the Drought BeginsPromo Single
Johnny Mastro & Mama’s BoysTonight We RideCaptain Trappiste Vol. 2
Chris AntonikLong Way To Go (Feat. Steve Marriner)Better For You

These Ladies Got the Rhythm and dah Blues!

Been listening to the blues and writing in the man cave in the sweltering summer heat…..just so YOU get to know some great female artists!! Grab a cold one, maybe a cigar, and read on……….

(links to songs in Youtube or Spotify are in light blue)

Eliza Neals – Sweet or Mean (2019 E-H Records LLC)

What is there not to love about the pairing of a great artist with a fantastic blues man and producer. Detroit based Eliza Neals launches it into the blues stratosphere on her new EP Sweet or Mean which is produced by the renown Popa Chubby. The new EP has a rock & roll edge and a gritty blues rhythm and beat…you don’t have to give up one to love em both! 

Loved Bitten By the Blues and the roadhouse version of Pawn Shop Blues. Also, enjoyed Living With Yo Moma featurng some badass roadhouse bluzin’ guitars by Popa Chubby and Dave Keyes. Blackish Grey is some great blues and Knock Knock Knockin’ is acoustic blues that highlights Eliza’s voice.

Ida Bang & the Blue Tears – Good to Me (2019 Ida Bang Musik)

Based out of Sweden, Ida Bang has one heck of a voice and she is backed by a band that can lay down the groove. Good To Me is a snappy little tune and I also enjoyed the rhythm and beat of Not the Same featuring some stellar guitar work by Leo Henriksson and John Bergstrom, great bass playing by Patrik Engstrom and badass drums by Leo Sund. Shelter Me, Don’t You Worry. and You Can’t Have It Both Ways are also pretty tasty!

Anna Scionti – Orphan Blues (2019)

This Australian artist plays the guitar and sings the blues with an intensity that just draws you in. A blues rocker to the core, Anna Scionti reminds me of George Thorogood and Buddy Holly, particularly on the cut Never Let Her Go. Bury My Hurt and Too Much Drinkin’ are some crankin’ roadhouse blues. Also enjoyed You’re My Keeper. Overall Orphan Blues is a fantastic listen!!

Tullie Brae – Revelation (2019)

Tullie Brae has the looks of a superstar and a voice steeped in the blues. On her new album Revelation, she melds brash powerful vocals with songwriting that reflects on love, life, anger, and perseverance. Most of the tunes have a driving roadhouse rhythm that I absolutely loved.

Particularly enjoyed Break These Chains featuring Brandon Santini on harmonica. The tunes Watch Her Move, Devil in Deville, and Price of the Blues are also all badass roadhouse blues.

She appeared at the Beale Street Cigar Festival last year during Labor Day weekend in Memphis. Dang…if I had only known!!!!!!


Feel free to leave a comment below or email me at ben@benveeblues.com. AND likes and shares are ALWAYS appreciated!!

April 23rd Roadhouse Blues Nooner with Ben Vee – 12 pm EST

Join us for some tried and true blues classics along with a bunch of brand new contemporary blues tunes by Julian Sas, Rick Vito, Kenny Parker, Big Daddy Wilson, Susan Santos, and many more. Catch today’s Nooner at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com!!

Here is the intended playlist!  Download a couple from your favorite music website and support dah BLUES!

ARTIST TITLE
Johnny A. I Had To Laugh
Elmore James, Jimmy Reed & Eddie Taylor Coming Home
Popa Chubby Black Hearted Woman
Slim Harpo Mailbox Blues
Tim Gartland You Best Think Twice
Bad Influence Got What You Need
Guitar Shorty Blues In My Blood
The Bones of J.R. Jones The Heat
The Dynamics Whole Lotta Love
The Fabulous Thunderbirds Got Love If You Want it
Kenny Parker Baby Come Back To Me
Sonny Boy Williamson (II) Ninety Nine
Big Daddy Wilson Cross Creek Road (Live)
Cream Outside Woman Blues
Chris Thomas King The Wind Cries Mary
Benny Turner & Cash McCall Poison Ivy
Tommy Castro and The Painkillers That’s All I Got
Bob Dylan Rollin’ And Tumblin’
Shady Frank Five Weeks
Matt Andersen Better Than You Want
Reese Wynans & Friends So Much Trouble (ft Joe Bonamassa)
Dave Keyes Not So Nice Anymore
Jeff Fetterman Bad Feeling
Layla Zoe When You Gonnah Learn
Rick Vito I Do Believe
Susan Santos Slow Down
Meg Williams Played by the Blues
Julian Sas Don’t Let Me Down