TOB

Ten O'Clock Blues 4.21.18

Apr 22, 2018

Rev. Freakchild starts us down the path to righteousness (and excellent blues) on this week's edition of the TOB. Also we hear from Kenny Wayne Shepherd, the late Magic Slim and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats.

10 O'Clock Blues 4.14.18

Apr 15, 2018

Katy Guillen and the Girls, Treasa Levasseur, Danielle Nicole and Bettye Lavette all are on the show this time. Over on the boy's side of the program, Peter Karp sings about trains and Sam Butler covers the Bee Gees, of all things.

Ten O'Clock Blues 4.07.18

Apr 8, 2018

Sue Foley gets this edition going, we debut the latest from Long Tall Marcia Ball from Shine Bright, her latest, and the late Ray Charles assures us the Sun's Gonna Shine Again. 

Ten O'Clock Blues 3.24.18

Mar 26, 2018

We're full up on heavy-set, bearded soul singers with Victor Wainright, Josh Hoyer and and the brand new Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats fresh out of shrink wrap, plus a classic from Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry and Mud Morganfield.

Ten O'Clock Blues 3.17.18

Mar 21, 2018

Ten O'Clock Blues 3.10.18

Mar 11, 2018

Ten O'Clock Blues 3.03.18

Mar 4, 2018

Nick Moss Band has something new on Alligator Records and we're eager to listen to that. A soul classic from Otis Redding and Curtis Salgado wants a zombie dog, or something.

Ten O'Clock Blues 2.24.18

Feb 25, 2018

Victor Wainright eschews the Wildroots and brings in the Train. We'll hear them gather steam and send this episode of the TOB on down the line. Also

 Nick Curren & the Nitelifes and Danielle Nicole teams up with Kenny Wayne Shepherd.

Ten O'Clock Blues 2.17.18

Feb 18, 2018

The Rev. Shawn Amos blesses us on this edition of the TOB, with a selection from his new album, The Rev. Shawn Amos Breaks it Down. We also get to know new music from Janiva Magness, who does a great duet with Delbert McClinton, and Victor Wainright plays one with his new band.

Ten O'Clock Blues 2.10.18

Feb 11, 2018

Chris Smither hasn't released an album of original music in six years, he's evidently been saving up because with "The Blame's on Me" the axiom "All Killer - No Filler" applies. Bernard Allison, whom we also  haven't heard from for awhile returns with a new album on Ruf recordings. Plus Rev. Shawn Amos, Tinsley Ellis and John Lee Hooker this time on the 10 O'Clock Blues.

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