Noah Wotherspoon

This week's blues show, Saturday, August 15th at 11pm, starts off with songs by Derek & the Dominos followed by Duane Allman and Delbert McClinton.  The second set features music from the Tedeshi Trucks Band, the Goshorn Brothers, Marc Broussard, and an instrumental by Peter Frampton.  And the program ends with songs by local guitarist Noah Wotherspoon, Coco Montoya, Long John Baldry, and Ry Cooder.

(Please note that this program was supposed to air on August 8th but was postponed due to a technical glitch.)

This week's blues show, Saturday, January 11th at 11pm, starts off with the Noah  Wotherspoon Band followed by music from Kurt Elling, Dave Frishberg, and Ann Chamberlain & Eddie Morgan.

The second set features Aretha Franklin, Charlie Musselwhite, Otis Redding, and Billie Holiday.  And, we'll end the show with songs from Leonard Cohen, Bobby McFerrin, the Blind Boys of Alabama, and the Allman Brothers.

A great quote from Bobby McFerrin's website:  “Listening to Bobby McFerrin sing may be hazardous to your preconceptions.  Side effects may include unparalleled joy, a new perspective on creativity, rejection of the predictable, and a sudden, irreversible urge to lead a more spontaneous existence.”

Provided

Noah Wotherspoon is one of the busiest blues musicians in the area and he recently spent some time with our Elaine Diehl to talk about his new music and touring. He also performs a couple of his songs, "Hip to Your Jive," and "Don't Let the Darkness."

In The Studio With Jeff Henry and Noah Wotherspoon

Oct 11, 2019

Jeff Henry and Noah Wotherspoon from Jeff Henry and The Necessary Evils are in the studio with Elaine Diehl to perform and talk about the band’s newest CD and upcoming recording projects.

The annual Cincy Blues Fest is returning to Sawyer Point this weekend for a one-day musical event, Saturday, August 11th.  The festival runs from 2:30 - midnight on two stages with the headliner Delbert McClinton taking the stage at 9pm, Saturday night.

Other bands on the Budweiser Main Stage include Leroy Ellington's Sacred Hearts, The Noah Wotherspoon Band, plus Chuck Brisbin & the Tuna Project.  The Arches Boogie Piano Stage will feature Ben Levin, Ricky Nye, and Judy Carmichael among others that day.