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BluzNdaBlood Dave Harrison
dave@bluzndablood.com

Sep 15, 2008

This is show #56, National Women in Blues Festival Preview Podcast – for the first part of September, 2008.

Welcome back to the BluzNdaBlood Podcast! Your first stop for the best of the blues!

This is Dave Harrison, your blues DJ coming at ya once again from the Star City of Virginia! Well, this show highlights most of the performers for the upcoming 3rd Annual National Women in Blues Festival to be held in Wilmington, NC on September 26th and 27th! So you ready to hear some great Women in the Blues?  I hope so! Crank it up my friends, we’re off and running!

Well, we started of the show with Saffire – The Uppity Blues Women playing Don’t You Tell Me! Who else are we going to be hearing from? How about our Friday headliner, Gaye Adegbalola playing She Just Wants To Dance, Big Ovaries, Baby, and The Dog Was Here First; Sarah Lemieux, Moonshine, and Balloulah Blues; Patty Benson, Single Blues, and Poor Ole You; and wrapping up with Saturday’s headliner Candye Kane with Gifted In The Ways Of Love, and You Need A Great Big Woman.

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!

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Keep the Blues in the Blood! 

Dave