Bad Dog Blues - February Update

Bad Dog Blues - February Update

am 01.02.2006 22:16:12 von Jeff

at our favorite blues radio features of 2005.

Essential Features:
A look at at great blues singer Esther Phillips with audio feature.

This Month's Features:
Tune in Feb. 5th @ 1:00 PM as Joe Beard & the original Blues Union play
live in the studio. Joe Beard reunites with his old band for the first
time in almost ten years for this rare live appearance.

Tune in Feb. 12th @ 1:00 PM as we talk with noted blues record
collector John Tefteller. Tefteller has discovered many rare blues 78's
and memorabilia. We'll also be playing many classic and rare country
blues records. For more details visit his website at:

Tune in Feb. 19th @ 1:00 PM as we talk with legendary west coast
pianist Floyd Dixon. Dixon cut classic sides for Modern, Aladdin,
Specialty in the 40's and 50's and has recently released the excellent
comeback record "Fine! Fine! Thing!" on the Highjohn label.

We have loads of archived blues shows available for listening. Shows
are posted the same day as the broadcast. In recent shows we've
featured live in studio performances by Beale Street Blues Band, Joe
Likley, interviews with Charles (Big Daddy) Stallings, Chick Willis,
Duke Robillard plus recent features on Earl Hooker, Mississippi Fred
McDowell, Esther Phillips, Big Mama Thornton and Pee Wee Crayton.

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Jeff Harris
www.baddogblues.comOn 29 Jan 2006 11:52:58 -0800, "Thinker" <> wrote:

>I prefer family-members not to react, if the kinship clouds their


So, how long have you been a fan?

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