The Roadhouse

The Roadhouse

Australia

The finest blues you've never heard.

Episodes

Roadhouse 625  

As always, I'll try to mix things up a bit in this hour of The Roadhouse. SI've got some urban blues, some country blues, and a set in the second half of what I'll call 'hippie blues.' Colin James, Vasti Jackson, Paul Lamb, John Ginty featuring Aster Pheonyx, and The Rockin' Rebels are all ahead. As always, it's a bit of an eclectic hour of blues and certainly another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 625th Roadhouse Podcast.

Roadhouse 624  

It's not all driving backbeats in this hour of The Roadhouse. In fact, I've got a set acoustic blues featuring the National Resonator guitar. And, I'll follow that up with a set of ragtime blues, as well. Big Bill Morganfield, Doug MacLeod, Maria Muldaur, The Ragpicker String Band, and The Bluesmasters are the spine of the hour, if you will. But, as with the human body, it takes ribs and muscles and other bones to make a body full. I've got plenty of other tracks to fill that role and fill out the body of another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 624th Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 623  

This hour's all about blues attitude. Ronnie Baker Brooks, Peter Karp, The Lachy Doley Group, King King, and Mighty Lester lay it out. They help assure we just keep rolling with another hour of blues variety as you've come to expect every week. But, really, it's another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 623rd Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 622  

There's a lot of good stuff in the hour ahead with Elvin Bishop, Thornetta Davis, Sonny Landreth, Southern Avenue, and Tab Benoit with Jimmy Thackery. But, the centerpiece of the hour is a tribute to Butch Trucks - a single track that I think really exemplifies the propulsive drummer that he was. It also helps to support the case that he was, simply, one of the greatest drummers of all time in one of the greatest bands of all time. While the track I pulled is really more blues rock, it's absolutely surrounded by another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 622nd Roadhouse Podcast.

Roadhouse 621  

I think I've got another hour of blues ahead that you'll find to be just solid. Big George Jackson, Thorbjørn Risager & The Black Tornado, Hadden Sayers, Bo Carter, and Ronnie Baker Brooks. The hour includes a trip into the deep blues roots - something I haven't done for awhile. But, overall, it really is something I do every week: give you another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 621st Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 620  

Every hour of The Roadhouse is a little bit of a winding road - we tend to swing from one groove to another, usually in the context of a set. This hour will be another of those twisted treks - a little blues rock, some acoustic blues, a couple of live tracks. Quinn Sullivan, The Ragpicker String Band, Craig Erickson, The Jimmys, and Wee Willie Walker lead the way. I think there's bound to be quite a bit in the hour ahead that you like - but I'll admit to my own bias. I am certain, though, that you'll like another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 620th Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 619  

If you're an old hand in The Roadhouse, you know the drill, here - an hour of great blues variety. If you're new, I'm glad you stopped by and I think you might be in for a surprise or two. Big Golden Wheeler, Ronnie Baker Brooks, Sharon Lewis, Popa Chubby, and Lucinda Williams are all ahead. I've also got at least three artists making their debut in The Roadhouse. All in all, you know it makes for another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 619th hour of The Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 618  

We're building a strong hour of blues in this edition of The Roadhouse. Jack Mack & the Heart Attack Horns, Lucky Peterson, Kenny Neal, Moreland & Arbuckle, and The Mighty Mojo Prophets provide the bricks, with another seven or eight artists providing the mortar. All told, it takes a lot of hands to construct the hour, but when it's done, you end up with another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 618th Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 617  

We're down to two Roadhouse hours left in 2016. What's up in the 51st hour of the year? The Rolling Stones, JW-Jones, Michael Burks, David Bromberg Band, and The Blind Boys of Alabama. If it's cold where you live, this one will keep you warm. If it's warm, I think you'll find this to be a very cool hour. In any case, you know it's going to be another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 617th Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 616  

Grab a cup of eggnog and make yourself comfortable. I've got the third holiday edition of The Roadhouse for 2016 queued up and ready for your celebration. Jack DeKeyser, Cedell Davis, Jack Mack & The Heart Attack Horns, Wee Willie Walker & The Greaseland All Stars, and Keb' Mo' fill the hour. My guess is that this will be another edition where you just get lost in the music, looking up in surprise when we signal closing time. Regardless, it'll be another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 616th Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 615  

The second holiday edition of The Roadhouse for 2016 keeps the spirit rolling. I've also got quite of bit of new music to round out the hour, including Big Bill Morganfield, Mike Zito, Jim Suhler, Annika Chambers, and Doyle Bramhall II. Holiday blues and new releases will help keep us moving along. As always, they also help to make sure we roll another hour of the finest blues you've never heard, the 625th Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 614  

It's the first holiday edition of The Roadhouse for 2016. With a holiday track in every set, I've also got Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, The Rolling Stones, Chuck Leavell, Rory Block, and Teresa James & the Rhythm Tramps in an hour that contains a set focused on the great Bukka White and, all around, has a great mix of new music and old. With an ad-free version for everyone, I do believe it'll be another hour of the finest blues you've never heard.

Roadhouse 612  

I got out the prism, again, in this hour. We go from jump blues to acoustic, some contemporary blues, and a tribute track by Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings. Bobby Rush, Mike Zito, Big Head Blues Club, The Devil Makes Three, and Trudy Lynn. It is a spectrum of blues in this hour and certainly a spectrum of the finest blues you've never heard - the 612th Roadhouse Podcast.

Roadhouse 611  

In this hour of The Roadhouse, I've got a set from the Delta, a track that borders on rockabilly and the usual bouquet of brightly-colored blues. Mitch Kashmar, Brian Jack and the Zydeco Gamblers, Mike Zito, Dave Weld, and Monkeyjunk - all fill the bill in the hour - the next hour of the finest blues you've never heard, the 611th Roadhouse Podcast.

Roadhouse 609  

This edition of The Roadhouse is a pretty diverse hour. I’ve got straight-up blues, a rootsy set, and a set of classic Chess recordings to celebrate Leonard Chess. I’ve also got a couple of interesting bluesy, soulful covers for you. With the Chess set, it’s definitely music you’ve heard, so let’s just say this hour is mostly an hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard – the 609th Roadhouse Podcast.

Roadhouse 610  

This edition of The Roadhouse moves along like a train down the rails. Knickerbocker All-Stars, Frank Bang & The Cook County Kings, Johnny Nicholas, Laith Al-Saadi, and Marcia Ball keep things going, with plenty of momentum to spare. You'll be glad you gpt a ticket, because the the 609th Roadhouse Podcast is another stop in a long line of the finest blues you've never heard.

Roadhouse 609  

This edition of The Roadhouse is a pretty diverse hour. I've got straight-up blues, a rootsy set, and a set of classic Chess recordings to celebrate Leonard Chess. I've also got a couple of interesting bluesy, soulful covers for you. With the Chess set, it's definitely music you've heard, so let's just say this hour is mostly an hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 609th Roadhouse Podcast.

Roadhouse 608  

I've got another broad hour of blues with a pretty big variety of styles. There's some contemporary blues, a little blues rock, an acoustic set, and a set of soul blues that'll definitely have you moving. Gary Hoey, Fiona Boyes, Bobby Rush, Wee Willie Walker, and The David Bromberg Band all help to take us away from the rest of the world for awhile. Let's hope it's a comfortable, if temporary, shelter. Nonetheless, we know it'll be another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 608th Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 607  

In this hour of The Roadhouse, I bounce back and forth between two real hot spots of blues: Chicago and San Francisco. I've got a lot of artists that you've heard of, but at least a couple who are new to the show. Frank Bang & The Cook County Kings, Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers, Aki Kumar, Cash Box Kings, and Mississippi Heat. They move us between Chicago and the West Coast and help guarantee another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 607th Roadhouse.

Roadhouse 606  

This is another hour of The Roadhouse that just doesn't slow down. And, it's a little heavier than usual with some great female blues artists, to boot. Jai Malano, Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps, JJ Thames, Robert "Lefty Preacher" Sampson, and Aynsley Lister are all ahead in this hour. Amazing female voices in what may be the most upbeat hour of The Roadhouse ever. And, of course, it's also another hour of the finest blues you've never heard - the 606th Roadhouse.

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