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Blues For Peace

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Oscar Peterson Plays Jerome Kern

Oscar Peterson
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Bebop Beatniks Schedule:
Posted on Thursday September 19, 2019

Gamer+ News September 2, 2019
Posted on Monday September 02, 2019

Gamer+ News, August 12, 2019
Posted on Monday August 12, 2019

Jazz Picnic Wednesday, May 29 at 6:00 pm
Posted on Tuesday May 28, 2019

Bebop Beatniks at ASU Farmers Market on Saturday, May 18
Posted on Friday May 17, 2019

Mini Zines
Posted on Tuesday May 14, 2019

Exceptional Creative Commons Remix Show
Posted on Saturday May 11, 2019

Jeremiah and Friends at The Edge today 3:00 to 5:00 pm
Posted on Saturday May 04, 2019

Go Ahead John - Miles Davis, John McLaughlin
Posted on Tuesday April 23, 2019

Big Music Weekend
Posted on Friday April 12, 2019

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Visit Bobbie Mercy Oliver on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 12, 2016
Bobbie Mercy Oliver & jam City Revue   

Blues You Can Use

Ticket Price - free
OS2 Restaurant and Bar
105 E Houston St, Marshall, TX, 75670, US
Wed Oct 12 16 07:00 PM


Visit Carl Weathersby on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 12, 2016
CARL WEATHERSBY BLUES BAND   

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HUDSONS ON MERCER
381 West Mercer Street, Dripping Springs, TX, 78620, US
Wed Oct 12 16 08:00 PM


Visit Carl Weathersby on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 12, 2016
CARL WEATHERSBY BLUES BAND   

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HUDSONS ON MERCER
381 West Mercer Street, Dripping Springs, TX, 78620, US
Wed Oct 12 16 08:00 PM


Visit Melody Guy on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 14, 2016
Melody Guy   

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Dripping Springs Songwriters Festival
Mercer Street, Dripping Springs, TX, 78620, US
Fri Oct 14 16 03:00 PM


Visit Chris "Stinger" Stevens on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 14, 2016
Chris "Stinger" Stevens   

Live Acoustic Music among an Art Gallery opening

Ticket Price - Free !
Party at The ARTery
1629 2nd Avenue, Rock Island, IL, 61201, US
Fri Oct 14 16 06:00 PM


Visit Melody Guy on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 14, 2016
Melody Guy   

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Dripping Springs Songwriters Festival
Mercer Street, Dripping Springs, TX, 78620, US
Fri Oct 14 16 03:00 PM


Visit Carl Wyatt on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 15, 2016
Carl Wyatt   

Acoustic Duo with Archie Lee Hooker

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restaurant de l'abbaye
Rue de l'eglise, Hautvillers, 51160, FR
Sat Oct 15 16 02:30 PM


Visit Melody Guy on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 15, 2016
Melody Guy   

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Dripping Springs Songwriters Festival
TBA, Austin, TX, US
Sat Oct 15 16 08:00 PM


Visit Anthony "Swamp Dog" Clark on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 15, 2016
Anthony "Swamp Dog" Clark   

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Bucket Sportsbar
12020 Rousby Hall Road, Lusby, MD, 20657, US
Sat Oct 15 16 08:00 PM


Visit Chris "Stinger" Stevens on the Delta Boogie Network

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Oct 15, 2016
Chris "Stinger" Stevens   

Great Food & Great Live Acoustic Music

Ticket Price - Free!
Highlands Fine Food & Whiskey House
176 W. Main Street, Bradford, IL, 61421, US
Sat Oct 15 16 08:00 PM


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Musical Playgrounds for Kids: The History of Jazz Music
Posted on Thursday September 26, 2019

Many links about jazz here.

Address of the link: https://www.aaastateofplay.com/musical-playgrounds-for-kids-the-history-of-jazz-music/

The Silk Mind by Pete Alex Harris
Posted on Monday December 18, 2017

Choose your own price on Smashwords.

Address of the link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/439275

Arkansas Jazz Heritage Foundation.
Posted on Sunday December 10, 2017

The Arkansas Jazz Heritage Foundation (which sponsors and maintains the Arkansas Jazz Hall of Fame) is an all-volunteer nonprofit dedicated to educating the general public about the historical significance of jazz in Arkansas.

Address of the link: http://arjazz.org/

Arkansas Jazz Heritage Foundation Facebook
Posted on Sunday December 10, 2017

Arkansas Jazz Heritage Foundation Facebook Page.

Address of the link: https://www.facebook.com/Arkansas-Jazz-Heritage-Foundation-115070468552197/

Michael Shelley Interview with Matt Lucas
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Lots of Matt's music and an extensive autobiographical interview about Matt's life in music including some really funny stuff.

Address of the link: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/75801

Michael Shelley: Playlists and Archives
Posted on Sunday November 05, 2017

Check out this schedule. Matt Lucas, Narvel Felts, Ronnie Hawkins Upcoming events: Saturday, November 11th, 11am - 1pm: The Crystal Robots Michael welcomes The Crystal Robots in person to talk about their new album & play a few songs live in the studio! Saturday, November 18th, 11am - 1pm: Matt Lucas Michael welcomes powerhouse singer, drummer, and songwriter Matt Lucas, best known for his crazy rocked-up 1963 version of Hank Snow's "I'm Movin' On". Saturday, November 25th, 11am - 1pm: Interview with Paul Karasik and Mark Newgarden Michael chats with co-authors Mark Newgarden, Paul Karasik about their new long awaited book "How To Read Nancy" (with foreword by Jerry Lewis) Saturday, December 9th, 11am - 1pm: Narvel Felts Michael chats with Narvel Felts about his 50+ year career – which started in the 1950s with some classic Rockabilly singles and peaked in the early 70s starting with a top 10 cover of Dobie Gray's "Drift Away" – the start of a string of 20 singles Narvel placed on the Country Charts! Saturday, January 6th, 2018, 11am - 1pm: Ronnie Hawkins Michael chats with Ronnie Hawkins (aka "Mr. Dynamo," "Sir Ronnie," "Rompin' Ronnie," or "The Hawk") about his 60 years making great Rock And Roll!

Address of the link: https://wfmu.org/playlists/SH

Bill Piatt on Artyfacts In Wax
Posted on Tuesday October 24, 2017

I was born in 1946, in the northeast Arkansas city of Jonesboro and grew up 30 miles east in the small northeast Arkansas town of Leachville...

Address of the link: http://artyfactsinwax.blogspot.com/2017/08/bill-piatt.html

Bebop Beatniks at the ASU Farmers Market on October 21, 2017
Posted on Tuesday October 24, 2017

Bebop Beatniks ASU Farmers Market Jonesboro, Arkansas 2017-10-21 Song list 01 Mercy, Mercy, Mercy 02 My Funny Valentine 03 Now's The Time Personnel Sid Davis - trumpet on 3 Tyler Remagen - tenor sax Emily Lindley - drums Paul Nunis - bass Hairy Larry - piano Featuring Kevin Tinker, one of the original Bebop Beatniks. Kevin Tinker - trumpet Guest Beatniks Chris Wilson - trumpet on 1 Parker Newberry - tenor sax on 1 and 3

Address of the link: https://archive.org/details/hl2017-10-21

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Posted on Monday September 23, 2019



blowmyblues: The blues tells it like it is. There is no run and...
Posted on Monday September 23, 2019



blowmyblues:

The blues tells it like it is. There is no run and hide. 

Delta Legend at The Biscuit
Posted on Sunday September 01, 2019

Delta Legends will be performing at the King Biscuit Blues Festival in Helena-West Helena, Arkansas on Friday, October 11. We are scheduled to start at 3:00 PM but you better come early because we’re gonna start early if we can.

Here’s the schedule.

https://kingbiscuitfestival.com/lineup/?stage=cdell

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Posted on Friday May 17, 2019



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Screamin' John & TD Lind "Mr. Little Big Man"
Posted on Sunday September 29, 2019

Screamin’ John & TD Lind “Mr. Little Big Man” Down In The Alley Records Release date: October 12, 2019 By Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro © September 2019
“Mr. Little Big Man” is the second release on Down In The Alley Records for Screamin’ John and TD Lind.  Their first - “Gimme More” -  was just shy of two years back when after a break of twenty years, the members of Edenstreet - a Louisville, KY based rock band - reunited.  Still with the same members, the band consists of: Screamin’ John Hawkins on guitars; Tim Arlon (a.k.a. TD Lind) on vocals, guitar and piano; Jeff Crane on bass and backing vocals; Paul Culligan on drums and percussion; and Joel Pinkerton on harmonica.  

As with their first release, while keeping the rock edge on some of the tracks, the band displays an obvious affection for the blues.  "Mr. Little Big Man" contains eleven tracks with five being TD originals and the other six being covers of a mixed bag of blues artists.  The disc’s producer is rock and roll hall of famer, Glyn Johns, who produced so many of the greatest bands from the era that you may just as well say he produced the “British Invasion” and leave it at that.
TD’s piano intro immediately gives the disc’s opening track - “Rollin’ Joanna” - a Bayou blues vibe.  Then, just as he starts singing the song’s uptempo lyrics, Joel joins in with a muffled harmonica that’s sounding somewhat like a kazoo; Jeff and Paul come in with the funky rhythm and percussion; John starts laying down some slick blues guitar licks; and this original song takes on a full Mardi Gras dance party feel.  

OK, now that the party is over let’s get down to some serious blues.  This one’s titled “The Letter” (B.B. King/Jules Taub) and it just doesn’t get any more low down than this.  With the rhythm guys in the precise pocket that this kind of blues calls for John, TD, and Joel are all over this one.  From John’s opening screamin’ blues guitar licks - which scream more and more as the song progresses -  to TD’s deeply emotional and heartfelt vocals - which may very well be the disc’s best, to Joel blowin’ out several scorching high end, low down blues harmonica leads, this one totally reeks blues.  You’ve got to know it by now - this is the kind of stuff that floats my blues boat at high tide, so I’m assuming I just heard the disc’s best track.
Things get back in high gear on a smokin’ shuffle titled “Jelly Roll” (Taj Mahal).  During an instrumental break that spans the middle half of the track, the guys are all on top of their game as they get into a four-way free for all going toe to toe on guitar, piano, bass, and drums.    

Another original and the disc’s title track - “Mr. Little Big Man” -  totally rocks.  It’s a rhythm fueled smoker which combines one of Paul’s more profound percussion performances with being the only track featuring two guitars - John on lead and TD on rhythm - making it a great formula for some good ol’ house rockin’ blues.

The duet between John and TD doing their rendition of Lead Belly’’s “Goodnight Irene” is unlike anything else on the album.  It features John caressing an acoustic guitar so that it hums instead of screams and TD with a most mellifluous vocal performance of this beautiful song.

The disc closes out with an original song that features the never before heard line of “I ain’t gonna be your twisted backbone bitch no more”……just when you thought you’d heard them all.  The song’s titled “Reaper’s Knockin’” and with its banjo-like acoustic guitar pickin’; various instruments of percussion; and bizarre lyrics; it’s interestingly different, to say the least.  I know, now ya wanna hear it, right?

Other tracks on “Mr. Little Big Man” include: “Shame, Shame, Shame” (Jimmy  Reed), “All Your Love” (Magic Sam), “Way Past Midnight” (Seth Walker); and two more originals: “Cold Stone And Emptiness” and “Gonna Drag Ya”.

There is a paragraph on the one-sheet that accompanied the album where Glyn Johns comments on how impressed he was that after only three or four hours of rehearsal, this project was completed in two days.  Reading that rang a bell for me so I went back and read something similar that I had mentioned in my review of the bands’ debut release……“Although the CD is titled "Gimme More Time”, more time was certainly not needed to make it all happen.  From beginning to end, and I’m talking about from the time they walked into the studio, throughout the mixing and mastering processes, production took all of three days".  That’s called consistency and professionalism.

There are several ways you can find out more about the band: Visit the record company’s website at www.downinthealleyrecords.com or check them out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screaminjohnandtdlind.  Regardless of how you do it, please tell them the Blewzzman sent you.

Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro Blues Editor @ www.Mary4Music.com 2011 Keeping the Blues Alive Recipient

Musical Playgrounds for Kids: The History of Jazz Music | AAA State of Play
Posted on Thursday September 26, 2019

Musical Playgrounds for Kids: The History of Jazz Music | AAA State of Play:

There’s a lot of great jazz links here.

bluesucanuse: BLUES: SONG OF THE DAY THE ARTIST IS: JASON MARSH...
Posted on Thursday September 26, 2019



bluesucanuse:

BLUES: SONG OF THE DAY

THE ARTIST IS: JASON MARSH BAND

THE SONG IS: “ HEART OF STONE ”

de-salva:SWISS JAZZ BAND - Funeral in New Orleans 
Posted on Thursday September 26, 2019



de-salva:

SWISS JAZZ BAND - Funeral in New Orleans 

didierleclair: COCKTAIL OF GREAT FLAVOR… Dee Dee Bridgewater and...
Posted on Thursday September 26, 2019



didierleclair:

COCKTAIL OF GREAT FLAVOR…

Dee Dee Bridgewater and Christian McBride

Mean Old Fireman
Posted on Monday September 23, 2019

Mean Old Fireman
& The Cruel Engineers “Box 1” Self Released By Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro © Sept 2019

So if you were to walk into just about any firehouse in the country and say “Hi, I’m here to see the mean old fireman and the cruel engineers,” you’d most likely be booted out on your ass for being disrespectful to a group of brave first responders.  However, if you happened to walk into a certain engine company in the Boston, MA area and said the same thing, you just might be greeted with “Sure, c'mon in, they’re in the back jammin’.”  You see, the mean old fireman is actually Ned Bolle, a full-time firefighter and a heck of a bluesman and musician, as well.

The band consists of Ned on slide guitar, guitar, banjo, and vocals; Rick Plourde on bass; Joey Pafumi on drums and percussion; Chuck Whiting and John Wadkins on keyboards and Christina Lacoste on accordion.
“Box 1” contains approximately a dozen tracks with many being impeccably done instrumentals and half being Ned Bolle’s originals. The reason I use the word approximately is because the list contains medleys and songs within songs.  

Unaware as to the origin of the opening track, with it being the band’s namesake, I just assumed that “Mean Old Fireman” was an original song.  Discussing this with Ned, and delving further into it on the Internet, I’m now aware that it was written by Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup and made popular by The Original  Fleetwood Mac - some fifty years ago.  The song tells the story of a man actually losing his woman to a mean old fireman and cruel engineer.  

Having now listened to that rendition, I’ve got to say, I’m liking this one better.  Reason being, I’m loving Ned’s gruff and scratchy vocals.  Some would call this a smoker’s voice but with him being a real-life “smoke eater”, I don’t even want to go there.  Besides the outstanding vocals, this over seven-minute track features several instrumental interludes that highlight killer rhythm from Rick, Joey and Chuck and some fine pickin’ and slidin’ by Ned on the guitars.  

In upper New England, a mountain passage is referred to as a “notch”.  This original instrumental titled “Through The Notch” is classic Americana music that will mystically transcend you to a peaceful and relaxing drive on a journey through the notch on that beautiful American highway.

At barely over one hundred seconds long, if you danced to “Hogg Wild” you’d have yourself a decent cardio workout.  The song pays tribute to the fictional country slide player known as “The Great Joe Bob Hogg” - a figment of the imaginations of the Hogg Brothers - a famous Boston area country, or as they like to say “Cowpunk” band.  This is pickin’, strummin’ and drummin’ on steroids.

“A Second Line Procession: Amazing Grace/Gulf Of Slides” is a medley of a traditional and an original song. On the first part - “Amazing Grace” - Ned’s Resonator work needs to be mandatory listening for any guitar student.  The original part of the Medley - “Gulf Of Slides” is another reference to New England folklore.  Legend has it that the mountain ravines that fill with clouds are called “Gulfs” and on Mount Washington, the one that is prone to rock slides and avalanches is called the “Gulf of slides”.  Of course, the guitar work remains stunning and once again the rhythm - this time fueled by fabulous percussion by Joey - is killer.

So you know how most of the times, no matter how good a rendition of a classic is, it’s mostly said that “the original was better”?  Well had this been the original version of  "Sleepwalk", people would be saying that as good as Santo and Johnny’s version was it wasn’t as good as this one.  I’ve literally heard this song done by countless numbers of artists and I’m telling you that if you have as well, you’ve got to hear this one.
This next original track is titled “Miles Per Hour” and although it doesn’t have a number in the front, if it did it would be a high one.  It’s a fast-paced instrumental done in a very fast two minutes and yet there is time enough to feature everyone involved.  With Ned and John taking turns sparring on guitars, banjos, and keyboards, even Rick and Joey manage to sneak is a bass and drum solo.  I’m telling you right now, this may not be blues but it is some seriously kick-ass bluegrass.  

Other tracks on this very well done project include: “On Your Marc”, an original dedicated to slide guitarist Marc Athlan;  a cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing”; another original titled “Bogged Down” which features four different movements cleverly titled: “Bye Ewe” (Bayou); “Mount McKinley” (in recognition of McKinley Morganfield); “Beau Nose” (in recognition of Bo Diddley); and “Low Well” (a nod to Lowell George of Little Feat); additionally, the disc ends with Ned’s solo acoustic version of “Mean Old Fireman”.        

I’m going on record as saying that inasmuch as this recording is not 100% blues it is indeed 100% enjoyable, 100% entertaining and 100% impressive.  From everything to Ned’s New England references to the titling of his songs, the projects just screams creativity.

To find out more about the Mean Old Fireman just go towww.meanoldfireman.com.  When you do, please tell him his friend the Blewzzman sent you.


Peter “Blewzzman” Lauro                                 

Blues Editor @ www.Mary4Music.com                                

2011 Keeping the Blues Alive Recipient

breezingby:Eric Clapton ~ Autumn Leaves (with lyrics)
Posted on Monday September 23, 2019



breezingby:

Eric Clapton ~ Autumn Leaves (with lyrics)

breezingby: “The Thrill Is Gone” ~ BB King, Eric Clapton,...
Posted on Monday September 23, 2019



breezingby:

“The Thrill Is Gone” ~ BB King, Eric Clapton, Robert Cray, Jimmi Vaughn (HD)

The thrill is gone
The thrill is gone away
The thrill is gone baby
The thrill is gone away
You know you done me wrong baby
And you’ll be sorry… Someday

The thrill is gone
It’s gone away from me
The thrill is gone baby
The thrill is gone away from me
Although, I’ll still live on
But so lonely I’ll be

The thrill is gone
It’s gone away for good
The thrill is gone baby
It’s gone away for good
Someday I know I’ll be open armed baby
Just like I know a good man should

You know I’m free, free now baby
I’m free from your spell
Oh I’m free, free, free now
I’m free from your spell
And now that it’s all over
All I can do is wish you well

blackbullblues:The Sweet Touch Of Love
Posted on Monday September 23, 2019



blackbullblues:

The Sweet Touch Of Love

Roy and Lizzy at Bluegrass Monday September 23
Posted on Thursday September 19, 2019

Dear Bluegrass Friends,

    I’m smiling just thinking about this Monday’s Bluegrass Monday concert!  If you’ve never seen Little Roy Lewis live, he alone is worth making the trip to the Collins Theatre, but he’ll be there with the incredibly talented Lizzy Long and their phenomenal band too!

    The Little Roy and Lizzy Show will perform a concert of bluegrass, gospel and acoustic music this Monday, September 23, at 7:00 p.m. at the Collins Theatre, 120 West Emerson Street, in downtown Paragould, Arkansas.  The show is part of the Bluegrass Monday concert series presented by KASU 91.9 FM.   KASU will literally “pass the hat” during the show to collect money to pay the musicians.  The suggested donation is $5 per person.

    Little Roy Lewis is the youngest child of eight of Roy Lewis Senior and Pauline Lewis of Lincolnton, Georgia.   Members of the Lewis family began performing music publicly in the 1940s.  The family released their first LP record in 1951, and they produced almost sixty commercial recordings during their career.  The family performed together until the late 2000s at which time the group retired due to the declining health of several members of the family.  Throughout those decades, the family averaged 200 concerts each year.  The Lewis Family also had their own weekly TV show which ran for 38 years.

    Little Roy Lewis began playing banjo at age six, and he won his first talent competition at age eight.  He started playing in the family band at age nine after his older brother entered the army.  He appeared on all of the family’s recordings, and he began producing solo albums in the 1960s.

    Lewis is known for his on-stage antics.  He sings, tells stories, tells jokes, and plays many different instruments.  He is in the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America Hall of Greats, the International Bluegrass Music Association Hall of Fame, and the Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame.  When the family band retired, Lewis began recording and performing with Lizzy Long as the “Little Roy and Lizzy Show.”

    Lizzy Long is also from Lincolnton, Georgia.   She began playing music at an early age, first on piano, and later learning to play fiddle, guitar, autoharp, bass, banjo and mandolin.   She attended college at Glenville State College in West Virginia as part of the College Bluegrass Music Certificate Scholarship program.

    During her career, Long has performed and recorded with bluegrass legends Mac Wiseman, Jim & Jesse, Rhonda Vincent, Ralph Stanley and Earl Scruggs as well as country artists Patty Loveless and Ty Herndon.

     Long is one of the youngest members ever inducted into America’s Old Time Fiddler’s Country Hall of Fame.  She has also recorded music with the Daughters of Bluegrass, a large all-female ensemble which has won multiple International Bluegrass Music Association awards.  Long has also won three Dove awards for Bluegrass Song of the Year with Little Roy Lewis and one Dove award in that category with Rhonda Vincent.

    For their concert in Paragould, Lewis and Long will be joined onstage by guitarist Tyler Biddix, mandolinist Nathan Stewart, and bassist Terry Poirier.

    More information about the Little Roy and Lizzy Show is available at http://www.littleroyandlizzy.com.

    Seating at the concert is first-come, first-served.  Doors to the theatre will open at 6:00.

    In addition to the concert, Terry’s Café, 201 South Pruett Street in Paragould, opens on Bluegrass Monday nights to welcome bluegrass music fans.  The café serves a buffet meal beginning at 4:30 p.m. on the evenings of Bluegrass Monday concerts, and menu information may be found at www.facebook.com/TerrysCafeParagould.  Concessions will also be available at the Collins Theatre.

    Bluegrass Monday concerts are held on the fourth Monday night of each month.  These concerts are presented with support from the Northeast Arkansas Bluegrass Association, Bibb Chiropractic, the Posey Peddler, Holiday Inn Express and Suites of Paragould and KASU.

    KASU, 91.9 FM, is the 100,000 watt public broadcasting service of Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.  For more information, contact KASU Program Director Marty Scarbrough at mscarbro@astate.edu or 870-972-2367.  Bluegrass Monday is also on Facebook (search “Bluegrass Monday”).  To be removed from this emailing list, please reply to this email message.

    We had a huge crowd two years ago when the Little Roy and Lizzy Show performed at Bluegrass Monday.  Don’t miss your opportunity to experience these one-of-a-kind entertainers!

See you Monday night,

Marty

  Something Blue
 

Wave
Posted on Saturday August 31, 2019

Something Blue – Wave – August 31, 2019 This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Ken Carroll, Whitley Newman, and NJHB. For more about the show visit the … Continue reading

NewJazz
Posted on Saturday August 24, 2019

Something Blue – NewJazz – August 24, 2019 This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Common Time, Joseph Curtis, Whitley Newman, and NJHB. For more about the show … Continue reading

Digger
Posted on Saturday August 10, 2019

Something Blue – Digger – August 10, 2019 This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Cris Jacobs and the Peach Festival Guitar Pull. For more about the show … Continue reading

Train
Posted on Saturday August 03, 2019

Something Blue – Train – August 3, 2019 This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring John Shepherd and Segundo Chino. For more about the show visit the Something … Continue reading

Head
Posted on Saturday July 27, 2019

Something Blue – Head – July 27, 2019 This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Robert Walter, Larry Coryell, and Myra Melford. For more about the show visit … Continue reading

Broom
Posted on Saturday July 20, 2019

Something Blue – Broom – July 20, 2019 This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Tangiers Blues Band, Bob Lanza, and DelRay Blues. For more about the show … Continue reading

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hajandrade: Daniel Merriam That’s me playing guitar in the lower right corner....
Posted on Tuesday May 28, 2019

hajandrade:

Daniel Merriam

That’s me playing guitar in the lower right corner. ———————^

electripipedream:Sticker Sheet, 1970s
Posted on Tuesday May 28, 2019



electripipedream:

Sticker Sheet, 1970s

MixRemix Radio - Creative Commons Remix - February 19, 2019
Posted on Wednesday February 20, 2019

Mix Remix Radio
Creative Commons Remix
February 19, 2019

MixRemix Radio can be heard at mixremix.cc.

Sometimes serendipity rules. This playlist was generated randomly from the MixRemix Radio Creative Commons Library. When I listened all the songs flowed together to make an exceptional show.

Since all the music is Creative Commons it is fine to post the songs with attribution. Here’s a list of the albums these songs were drawn from including the duration of the album, the link, and the license. Each song also includes attribution in the filename. Free streaming. Free to download and share.

[Adult Contemporaries by The Rope River Blues Band]
(http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Rope_River_Blues_Band/Adult_Contemporaries/)
36:32
CC BY-NC-SA except The Vista’s Missing Views CC BY

Crossworlds ‎— Day & Night SCL172
(https://archive.org/details/SCL172)
40:32
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demo 2008 by Latché Swing
(https://archive.org/details/Demo2008_433)
24:42
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Fancy Cocktails and Hot Sauce by The Underscore Orkestra
(https://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Underscore_Orkestra/Fancy_Cocktails_and_Hot_Sauce/)
49:31
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Skank​-​A​-​Bout by Javier Martin Boix and Bass Culture Players
(https://basscultureplayers.bandcamp.com/album/skank-a-bout)
13:11
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Swan Song by The New Mystikal Troubadours
(http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_New_Mystikal_Troubadours/Swan_Song/)
15:58
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midnightbootlegs:Poster for Canned Heats show in  Denver...
Posted on Wednesday February 20, 2019



midnightbootlegs:

Poster for Canned Heats show in  Denver
December 1967  by Bob Fried

rgray34:
Posted on Wednesday February 20, 2019

rgray34:

gratefulfrog: Hunter S. Thompson July 18,1937 - February 20, 2005
Posted on Wednesday February 20, 2019

gratefulfrog:

Hunter S. Thompson

July 18,1937 - February 20, 2005

Route 66 – Hairy Larry and George with Mike Lovell, Cheryl Culp, Suzanne Michell
Posted on Wednesday February 13, 2019

deltaboogie:

Fantastic recording with 4 part vocal harmonies made at the Craighead Forest Bandshell on June 3, 2012

Hairy Larry Live at ASU Bandroom on 2018-11-30 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
Posted on Wednesday December 26, 2018

Hairy Larry Live at ASU Bandroom on 2018-11-30 : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive:

Almost The End
Posted on Wednesday December 26, 2018

deltaboogie:

Almost The End

I can’t believe it’s almost the end of the year. It seems like just yesterday it was Christmas.



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artsytoad: Josh Kirby, Discworld www.artsytoad.tumblr.com
Posted on Wednesday December 26, 2018



artsytoad:

Josh Kirby, Discworld

www.artsytoad.tumblr.com

 

 

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