Jun 25, 2008
This is show #51, The Birthday Blues Show – Part 2 for the last part of June, 2008.
Welcome back to the BluzNdaBlood Podcast! Your first stop for the best of the blues!
This is Dave
Harrison, coming at ya once again inside the birthday blues
studio in the Star City of Virginia! It’s party time! It’s not only
our 51st show on the podcast but also our 2 year anniversary!
Whoopie! So are you ready to look back at the growth of the
BluzNdaBlood podcast and some flashbacks on the memories I have in
creating them? Show #51 will focus on Shows 30 through 49! You
strapped in and ready for some more birthday celebrating? I hope
so! Crank it up my friends, we’re off and running!
Well, we started of the show with the
incredible guitar slinger for the Roomful of
Vachon, introducing their tune Jona
Lee! Who else will be helping out with the birthday celebration?
How about Tom Hunter, Layin In The Alley; The Laurie
Morvan Band, Wiggle Room; and our first dedication song
going out to Richard from Billy with The Tommy Castro
Band playing Cant Keep A Good Man Down; John
Hammond, Butter; Patty
Benson, High Price Love; The Smokin Mojo Kings, Aint Run Out of You;
Deborah Coleman, Love Moves Me;
Cephas and Wiggins, Aint Seen My
Baby; Rod and Honey Piazza introducing Tough and
Tender; and wrapping up with
Watermelon Slim and the Workers brand new tune
Archetypal Blues No. 2 from his new release No Paid Holidays!
Special thanks to all the record labels, the artists, and the listeners who helped contribute to the show! A special thank you always goes out to Michael Allen and the Crossroads Blues Gallery for the excellent artwork that enhances my web pages!
Be sure to swing by the BluzNdaBlood home page! There are new pages that highlight details of the artists that I play! Please come over, click on their albums, and buy some of their tunes! Or e-mail them and let them know you enjoy their music and you hear it on the BluzNdaBlood show!
Special news for everyone! Hey, guess
what? BluzNdaBlood T-shirts, cups, posters, bags, and lots of other
items are coming your way soon! A major portion of the proceeds
will go to a foundation that provides funds for medical needs to
ailing blues musicians! Absolutely nothing goes into Dave’s
pockets! More info on the BluzNdaBlood web site!
Keep the Blues in the Blood!