Thursday Contemporary Blues on BMFR 3-5 pm EST

Join me for a set of the roadhouse contemporary blues on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com today at 3 pm EST.  New tunes from Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Susan Santos, Chris O’Leary, Sean Pinchin, Elles Bailey, and many more.

Below is the intended playlist.

ARTIST TITLE
Widow Blue Pow Wow Blues
Elles Bailey Deeper
Kyla Brox Devil’s Bridge
Katarina Pejak Down With Me
The Doug MacLeod Band Placquemine
Chris O’Leary Heartbreak Waiting to Happen
JP Williams Blues Band Thank You (Dana’s Song)
Gurf Morlix I’m A Ghost
Manx Marriner Mainline Hell Bound For Heaven
Joe Bonamassa Deep In The Blues Again
Susan Santos Dry River
Sean Pinchin River
Rick Vito The Ball and Chain
Gary Hoey Mercy Of Love
James House & The Blues Cowboys Moving On Over
John Latini Lord Made Me a Weak Man
Reverend Rusty & The Case Born For The Blues
Rachelle Coba Dance These Blues Away
Ruth Wyand Broken Woman
John Pagano Band Ain’t Gonna Lose You
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Woman Like You
Dominic Schoemaker Fly Away
Julian Sas The One To Blame
Eric Jerardi Don’t Take It Personally
Murray Kinsley and Wicked Grin So Long, Too Soon
Wily Bo Walker & E D Brayshaw Storm Warning
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Thursday Roadhouse Blues with Ben Vee 3 pm EST!

Hope your week is goin’ well and if not…well tune in today at 3 pm EST and I will try to cheer ya up with a set of contemporary upbeat blues on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com .  Below is the intended playlist. (Just in case ya love a tune or two and wanna download it from your favorite music site.)

ARTIST TITLE
Red Young Green Onions
Doug MacLeod Goin’ Down to the Roadhouse
Mannish Boys You Dogged Me
Markey Blue Ric Latina Project Red Room
Meena Try Me
Duketown Dogs Don’t Take Advantage Of Me
Gary Hoey Back Up Against the Wall
Tab Benoit In It To Win It
Jimmy Hall Weep And Moan
J.T. Coldfire Let’s Go For A Drive
Marcus Malone Slow Down
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Hoodoo Man Blues
Keri Leigh and the Blue Devils Got Love If You Want It
Colin Linden The Hurt
Tony Joe White The Coldness of the Chain
3 Dayz Whizkey Blues Is King
Ryan Bingham Got Damn Blues
King King Stranger to Love
Luther Allison Bad Love
Joe Bonamassa Happier Times
Micki Free Tattoo Burn
Elmo Karjalainen Until We Meet Again

 

Ben Vee Roadhouse Blues on BluesMusicFan.com from 3-5 pm EST

Join us today, Thursday, November 29th, as I roll out a set of the Roadhouse blues on BluesMusicFan Radio !  Tunes by Jimmy Thackery, Gary Hoey, Joe Bonamassa, Samantha Fish, Keb Mo, Luther Allison, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Curtis Salgado, and many more! It’s from 3=5 pm EST every Thurday!  CYA online!

Ben’s IN THE BIN Blues Reviews – September 14, 2018

Here’s a trio of albums I really enjoyed listening to this summer……

Ally Venable Band – Puppet Show  (Connor Ray Music 2018)

Ally Venabl

A blues rocker who looks like a super model and plays a guitar like a super star, this nineteen year old from Texas does a great job on her second album, Puppet Show.  She gets some contributions from Lance Lopez, Steve Krase, Gary Hoey, and Eric Steckel….all blues stars in their own right and a sure sign of what they think of her talent. Loved the slow blues grinder, Comfort in my Sorrows, and enjoyed Backwater Blues, Survive, and the title cut Puppet Show.

Crystal Shawanda – Voodoo Woman (New Sun Records 2017)

crystal shawanda

Born and raised in Canada and now based in Nashville, this native American has an incredible voice that encompasses the best of Koko Taylor, Etta James, and Janis Joplin.  The song, Bluetrain (Slight Return)/ Smokestack Lightning Revisited, is a powerful original tune that I really love.  And she does a great job on covers of Ball & Chain, Hound Dog, Voodoo Woman, I’d Rather Go Blind, and Wang Dang Doodle.

The Lucky Losers – Blind Spot (Dirty Cat Records 2018)

lucky losers

Though they are San Francisco based and recorded the album in San Jose, California, I could have sworn Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz took a pirogue down some black water bayou in southern Louisiana and recorded their third album, Blind Spot, under the shade of a moss covered oak tree next to the water.  She and Phil seem to bring out the best in each other as they take a joyful romp through what I call the “down the bayou” blues….music that is blues infused with a healthy dose of R&B, soul, and a bit of funk. I loved Alligator Baptism, It’s Never Too Early, Love Is Blind, and Supernatural Blues.  And The River is a fantastic showcase for Cathy’s voice.  This album has my early nod for nomination as one of the five best albums of 2018.  It also features some great guitar work by special guests Laura Chavez and Kid Andersen as well as some bad ass guest sax by Nancy Wright and even some violin by Annie Staninec.