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Thanks for visiting The BluzNdaBlood Show site! This labor of love started back in June of 2006, so you have LOTS of shows to listen to! So get a refill of your favorite drink, grab a seat, and get ready to get some blues in the blood!

It's your first stop for the best of the blues!

BluzNdaBlood Dave Harrison
dave@bluzndablood.com

Jun 11, 2018

Intro Song,
The Bush League, “Kick Up Yo’ Heels”, James Rivah

First Set
Mike Zito, “Mississippi Nights”, First Class Life, Ruf Records
Bob Corritore and Friends, “Lovey Dovey Lovey One”, Don’t Let The Devil Ride
Wily Bo Walker, “Walking With The Devil”, almost transparent blues

Second  Set
Freddie Pate, “Let The Juke Joint Jump”, I Got The Blues, produced by Mike Zito
Tom Hambridge, “Blues Been Mighty Good To Me”, The Nola Sessions, Helped by Allen Toussaint on that song; also has Sonny Landreth and Ivan Neville on the CD
Johnny Tucker, “Tired Of Doing Nothing”, Seven Day Blues, played for long time listener Brent who posted on Facebook, “Huge shout out to BluzNdaBlood because until 30 minutes ago I had never, ever heard of Johnny Tucker and now I’ll be listening to Seven Day Blues nonstop for  seven (or more) days! Thanks Dave!”

Third  Set
Artur Menezes, “Should Have Never Left”, Keep Pushing,  Artur (from Brazil) won the Albert King Guitar Award at the 2018 IBC in Memphis and his band came in 3rd
Victoria Ginty, “Unfinished Business”, Unfinished Business, singer, plays guitar, mandolin, fiddle
Deb Ryder, “A Storm’s Coming”, Enjoy The Ride

Fourth Set
Marshall Lawrence, “Going Down To Memphis”, Feeling Fine,  known as Doctor of the Blues, he also is a psychologist.
TJ and The Suitcase, “Baby Please Don’t Go”, Live At Sunbanks, check out his web site for CDs T-shirts, etc.
Tas Cru, “Fool For The Blues”,  Memphis Song


Thanks to Brent for reaching out to me.

Thanks to Long Tall Deb and Colin, Artur, Joyann, Mark, and Laurie for thanking me on Facebook for playing their music on Show 289!

Michael Allen Engstrom at the Crossroads Blues Gallery