Top Blues – April 2011

Published April 7, 2011 in News, Top Blues

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

 April 2011 – Vol. 27, Issue 2

Suzie Vinnick / Me ‘N’ Mabel / suzievinnick.com  *

Marcia Ball / Roadside Attractions / Alligator

Rory Block / Shake ‘Em On Down: A Tribute To Mississippi Fred McDowell / Stony Plain

Treasa Levasseur / The Memphis Sessions EP / Slim Chicken  *

Steve Dawson / Nightshade / Black Hen  *

Kat Danser / passin’-a-time / katdanser.com  *

Al Wood & the Woodsmen / Mood Swingin’ Blues / alwoodmusic.com  *

The Kat Kings / The Winning Hand / Kool Kat  *

Fraser/Daley / Fraser/Daley / fraserdaley.com  *

Various Artists / Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection / Alligator

Roomful of Blues / Hook, Line & Sinker / Alligator

Various Artists / Louisiana Swamp Stomp / HoneyBee

North Mississippi Allstars / Keys To the Kingdom / Songs of the South/Southern

Carlos del Junco & the Blues Mongrels / Mongrel Mash / Big Reed *

Terry Blankley / Cold Weather Blues / terryblankley.com  *

Ross Neilsen / Redemption / Thorny Bleeder  *

Shemekia Copeland / Deluxe Edition / Alligator

Popa Chubby / The Essential Popa Chubby / Blind Pig/Stony Plain

John-Alex Mason / Jook Joint Thunderclap / Naked Jaybird

Various Artists: Nos Stars Chantent Le Blues A Montreal / Spectra Musique/montrealjazzfest.com  *

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