Bruce Cockburn

This week on The Blues, 11pm, Saturday, September 26th, we're going to take a trip back into my past and some of the musicians I listened to back in the day.  The show begins with Ten Years After followed by Bob Dylan, Galactic, and Mick Weaver's version of "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" in the first set.

The second set features music from the great Mose Allison, Bruce Cockburn, Al Jarreau, Prince, and Phoebe Snow.  The third set begins with guitarist Peter Frampton along with Rahsaan Roland Kirk (born in Columbus, Ohio), Taj Mahal, and the show ends with the Goshorn Brothers doing Pure Prairie League's "Two Lane Highway."  Pure Prairie League is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year.

Taj Mahal's going to perform next Thursday, October 1st, at the 31st International Bluegrass Music Awards which are going to be streamed starting at 8 o'clock that evening.

I thought it'd be fun during this Valentine's weekend. 2/15 at 11pm, to share some of my favorite lovey-dovey songs.  So the show starts off with music from Aaron Neville, Eva Cassidy, Mark Murphy, and Etta James' "At Last."

The second set features songs by Tom Waits, Delbert McClinton, Leon Russell, and Hank Crawford's "Misty."  Al Jarreau's "Ain't No Sunshine" starts off the third set followed by Aretha Franklin's, "Love for Sale," Gov't Mule, and Bruce Cockburn.  And the show ends with Diana Krall's "Peel Me a Grape" and Chet Baker's "You're My Thrill."

This week on The Blues, Saturday, August 3rd, at 11pm, the first set begins with the Claudettes, Ricky Nye, Bob Dylan, and ends with Larry & Tim Goshorn's song "Wild About My Lovin'."  The second set features Shannon Curfman, Gov't Mule, Bobby Blue Bland, and E.G. Kight.  Albert King begins the third set followed by Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, and Luther Allison.  And, The Blues show ends with Bruce Cockburn's, "Deep Lake."

This week's edition of The Blues, Saturday evening, April 27th at 11pm, includes a taste of New Orleans in honor of the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival running through May 5th, as well as some  of our talented local musicians, plus others who'll be stopping in Cincinnati soon.

The first set features the Sonny Moorman Group, Ry Cooder, and Corey Harris/Henry Butler.  A song by Taj Mahal begins the second set followed by Bruce Cockburn, Delbert McClinton, and Robin Lacy & DeZydeco.  And ending the program is music from Galactic, Leroy Ellington's Sacred Hearts, Tommy Castro & the Painkillers, and Joe Bonamassa.

The Blues: 6/27/15

Jun 25, 2015

A group called The Claudettes start off the first set of this week's blues show on Saturday evening at 11pm on June 27th.  Also featured in the first set are local musicians Ricky Nye, as well as Larry and Tim Goshorn.  There's also a song by Bob Dylan, "Man of Constant Sorrow."