Alligators, Aussies, Boston Beats, & Roadhouse Blues on BMFR 3-5 pm EST w/Ben Vee

Gonna feature recording done by artists on Alligator Records (a great blues label) as well as a couple of Australian performers, several Boston area groups, and, of course, plenty of contemporary upbeat blues from 3-5 pm EST today, Thursday, Feb 21! Tune in at http://www.bluesmusicfan.com.  Below is the intended playlist, so if ya hear somethin you luv, you can find it…download it…and help the roadhouse blues to thrive!

ARTIST TITLE
Johnny Winter Sen-Sa-Shun / Got My Mojo Working
Lonnie Mack Natural Disaster
Delta Generators Strike The Bells
Marcia Ball Dance With Me
Ash Grunwald Shake That Thing
Lonnie Brooks Two Headed Man
Electric Blues Collective Swamp Gas
Meena Send Me A Doctor
Jimmy Thackery Empty Arms Motel
Jimmy Barnes Shake Rattle And Roll
Etta James I’d Rather Go Blind
Dominic Schoemaker Let Me Be Your Lover
Haole Kid Local Boy Blues Project Bluesy White Boy
Savoy Brown Memphis Blues
James House & The Blues Cowboys Boomerang
JJ Grey & Mofro That Boy
Cassie Taylor No Ring Blues
Tinsley Ellis Cool On It
Son Seals Look, Now Baby
Jimmie Vaughan Kinky Woman
Albert Cummings Up Your Sleeve
Janiva Magness Hammer (Feat. Charlie Musselwhite)
A.C. Reed She’s Fine
Delbert McClinton B Movie Boxcar Blues
Peter Parcek Ashes To Ashes
Layla Zoe Get Me Some
Albert Collins I Ain’t Drunk
Chris Smither Up On the Lowdown

 

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Something Old..Something New…and Always Blue on BMFR today at Noon EST!

Join us at NOON today on http://www.bluesmusicfan.com for my Roadhouse Blues set. I have some new Eric Gales, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Eric Jerardi, and John Mayall along with some classic tunes and plenty of contemporary upbeat blues from Europe, Australia, and North America.!  Below is my intended playlist. Hope ya tune in on your computer, tablet, or phone!

ARTIST TITLE
Johnny & The Headhunters Ace Of Spades
Kjell Gustavsson Rhythm & Blues Orchestra Wasting My Time
Willie May Don’t You Cry
Dion DiMucci Guitar Queen
Travellin’ Brothers The Spur
Ash Grunwald 180
John Lee Hooker I Need Some Money
The Allman Brothers Band Temptation Is A Gun
Boz Scaggs Radiator 110
Dana Fuchs Sad Solution
The Blue Chevys Witchcraft
Jon Butcher Box Of Miracles
U. Pasanen Band Compi Coupé
Dominic Schoemaker Fly Away
Big Jay McNeely Going To Paint The Town Red
Z.Z. Hill Shade Tree Mechanic
Tedeschi Trucks Band They Don’t Shine
Eric Jerardi Don’t Take It Personally
John Mayall What Have I Done Wrong (ft Joe Bonamassa)
Electric Blues Collective Smokestack Lightning
Haole Kid Local Boy Blues Project Money Bird
Hans Theessink Late Last Night
Long John And The Killer Blues Collective Hell Ain’t No Place To Be
Eric Gales With a Little Help From My Friends (ft Beth Hart)
Johnny Winter Let It Bleed
Robin Trower None But The Brave
Tommy Castro & The Painkillers Blues All Around Me
John Hiatt Over The Hill
Mark Knopfler Coyote

A Fierce Shot of the Rockin’ Blues – Sean Chambers

Sean Chambers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With a great roadhouse blues voice tinged with the spirit of Johnny Winter and a  guitar style reminiscent of both Gary Moore and Alvin Lee, Sean Chambers is my first nominee for rockin’ blues artist of 2017.  His new album, Trouble & Whiskey, is an intense display of virtuoso guitar work and inspired vocals.  He does a great job of covering B.B. King’s “Be Careful with a Fool” and absolutely tears up Canned Heat’s “Bullfrog Blues“.  And “Cut off my Right Arm” features some bad ass guitar licks.  “Gonna Groove” is funked up blues perfect for dancin’ to on a Saturday night at your favorite juke joint.  “I Need Your Lovin‘” is just incredible blues rock and “Sweeter Than a Honey Bee” is some fine swamp blues..appropriate for this Florida based artist.

Sean truly shines on the grindin blues title cut, “Trouble and Whiskey” and the sultry blues rocker “Handyman” (with Jimmy Bennett).  And I absolutely loved the instrumental “Travelin’ North” featuring New Jersey’s bad ass John Ginty on keyboards. The slidin blues cut “Bottle Keeps Staring at Me” conjured visions of Johnny Winter and is sure to be a hit.

I seldom recommend every song on a CD but this is a pleasant exception. (My second in a row!) His talent should come as no surprise since he honed his skills playing with the great Hubert Sumlin starting back in 1998 and he has been payin his dues ever since…hopefully it will now pay off in a big way!  This is my first exposure to Sean and I intend to go back and listen to some of his other albums including “The Rock House Sessions” which was produced by Reese Wynans.

Sean will be touring the rest of June in Florida and then wander up to Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Massachusetts in July!  I can only hope he will add a date in Connecticut so that I can get a shot of his bad ass rockin’ blues live!

Sean Chambers = Trouble and Whiskey (2017 American Showplace Music label)

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Great new blues Music released during September 2014

New albums from Joe Bonamassa, JoAnne Shaw Taylor, Johnny Winter, Marcia Ball, Sena Erhardt and Leonard Cohen! For Joe, JoAnne, and Johnny, I bought the albums…for Marcia, Sena, and Leonard…I bought some great singles.