Top Blues – October 2010

Published September 30, 2010 in News, Top Blues

October 2010 – Vol. 26. No 10 (download issue)


  • JJ Grey & Mofro Georgia Warhorse Alligator
  • Son of Dave Shake a Bone kartel / Canadian
  • Charlie Musselwhite the well Alligator
  • Johnny Max Band It’s A Long Road Pour Soul / Canadian
  • Terry Gillespie Big Money Teka / Canadian
  • Treasa Levasseur Memphis Sessions EP Slim Chicken / Canadian
  • James Cotton Giant Alligator
  • Ken Whiteley Another Day’s Journey Borealis / Canadian
  • Wayne Buttery & Roly Platt Tangled Roots independent / Canadian
  • Gary U.S. Bonds Let Them Talk gla
  • Duke Robillard / Passport To The Blues / Stony Plain
  • Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters Spread The Love Stony Plain
  • Various Artists: Blues Piano-Rama Electro-fi Canadian
  • Joe Louis Walker Blues Conspiracy Stony Plain
  • Rockitt 88 Band Sweet Sugar Cane 7 Arts / Canadian
  • Dylan Wickens and the Grand Naturals Tattoo Black Little Big / Canadian
  • Jerome Godboo Rooting Out My Devils JG / Canadian
  • Alberto Colombo Never Look Back albertocolombo.net
  • Tommy Keys The Man In The Moon LPF
  • Jay Gaunt Harmonicopia JBG
  • JW-Jones Midnight Memphis Sun NorthernBlues / Canadian
  • Chris Antonik Chris Antonik chrisantonik.com / Canadian
  • Vincent Yannucci Second Wind Starsound

This month’s recommended listening by Blues Doctor Julie Hill,
Producer & Host of Blue Remedy, Wednesdays 8 to 10 pm et,
on ckln 88.1 fm Toronto, or live at ckln.fm

October 2010 - Rita Chiarelli
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