Bad Dog Blues - March Update

Bad Dog Blues - March Update

am 10.03.2006 20:41:03 von Jeff

We look back at at the 1927 Mississippi flood and the many blues songs
that were inspired by that tragic event.

This Month's Features:
Tune in March 12th @ 1:00 PM as Fred Vine performs live in the studio.
Fred is a superb country blues player and has become a favorite of
listeners of Bad Dog Blues. For more details visit:

Tune in March 26th @ 1:00 PM as we pay birthday respects to the
legendary Son House. We'll be talking to Dick Waterman one of the
people who rediscovered House in the early 1960's and became his
manager. In addition we will be featuring two recently discovered Son
House 78's newly released on the Yazoo compilation "The Stuff That
Dreams Are Made Of" as well as giving away copies of that CD.

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 the Coup De Villes, Joe Beard,
Beale Street Blues Band, interviews with Floyd Dixon, John Tefteller,
Charles (Big Daddy) Stallings, Chick Willis plus recent features on
Roosevelt Sykes, Earl Hooker, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Esther
Phillips and Big Mama Thornton.

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Remember Bad Dog Blues airs live and on the web every Sunday 10:00 AM
to 3:00 PM (EST) from WITR Radio 89.7, Rochester, NY. Bad Dog Blues now
has a podcast feed! With a podcast client and a "subscription" to the
show, you can automatically download the show every week and you'll
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Jeff Harris
www.baddogblues.comOn Sat, 25 Feb 2006 17:39:33 +0100, Thomas Deck <>

>On Sat, 25 Feb 2006 14:32:12 +0100, Peter Brixius
><> wrote:
>>Richtig, aber was ein "Icarnatus" bedeutet, setzt scho