Keep up to date with the Blues Highway Podcasts

2016-02-17 05.54.07

 

The latest podcast, Number 40, is available for you to download. Click on the appropriate link to the left of this post. I certainly hope everyone who is taking the time to listen is enjoying the show. The reality is, that’s what my podcasts are a show. A show that explores the roots of all good modern music. There is an awful lot of garbage on Top 40 radio (Yes it does still exist) so I hope there are those who want to go deeper into the music that we all love, even if we all don’t realize it just yet.

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Been a lover of Blues music since picking up on it from the British bands I adored. Cream, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Eric Burden and so many others.

4 thoughts on “Keep up to date with the Blues Highway Podcasts

  • March 14, 2016 at 8:21 pm
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    Listening to your latest PODCAST this afternoon from work. Another winner! You were my introduction to Beth Hart and I’m hooked.

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    • March 15, 2016 at 12:26 am
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      Thanks Mike and please spread the podcasts around. I certainly would appreciate it.

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  • August 26, 2016 at 1:25 am
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    Podcast #64
    I listen to podcast #64 I thought it was good I liked Ray Fuller and the Bluesrockers “Love and Alcohol” and Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band. I hope to go see Ray Fuller at the Hotlicks Blues Festival in Granville on sept 3rd. Keep the kick ass blues alive

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  • November 7, 2016 at 5:14 pm
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    Podcast #75

    Hey Soul Man just finished listening to the podcast #75 this morning. I liked it even if it had Eric Clapton on it. I liked Robben Fords “Ain’t Drinkin’ Beer No More”, and Tommy McClennan’s “Travelin’ Highway Man”. Ok and I guess you could the rest of the songs were not bad either even Eric Claptons.
    I’ll be watching for podcast #76 since it comes out after the elections this week you better put Reverend Payton’s “We Live Dangerous”. We may need some of the reverends preaching after this is over. Keep on keeping the blues alive Soul Man.

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