Top Blues – October 2011

Published October 4, 2011 in News, Top Blues

October 2011 – Vol. 27, No. 10

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

Johnny Sansone / the lord is waiting and the devil is too / ShortStack

Treasa Levasseur / Broad / Slim Chicken  *

Hugh Laurie / Let Them Talk / Warner

Murray Porter / Songs Lived & Life Played / MurrayPorter.com  *

Son Roberts / Tell That Story / Gate  *

JJ Grey and Mofro / Brighter Days / Alligator

Maria Muldaur / Steady Love / Stony Plain

Samantha Fish / Runaway / Ruf

Dani Wilde / Shine / Ruf

Cassie Taylor, Samantha Fish, Dani Wilde / Girls With Guitars / Ruf

Matt Andersen / Coal Mining Blues / Busted Flat  *

Ray Bonneville / Bad Man’s Blood / Red House  *

Rita Chiarelli / Music From The Big House Soundtrack / Mad Iris

The Soul of John Black / Good Thang / Yellow Dog

Sena Ehrhardt Band / Leave The Light On / Blind Pig/Stony Plain

Duke Robillard / Low Down and Tore Up / Stony Plain

Bill Bourne & the Free Radio Band / Bluesland / Linus  *

Ray Manzarek & Roy Rogers / Translucent Blues / Blind Pig/Stony Plain

Bill Johnson / Still Blue / billjohnsonblues.com  *

Ian Siegal and the Youngest Sons / The Skinny / Nugene

Steve Gerard & the National Debonaires featuring James “Rock” Gray / Voodoo Workin’ / BER

B.C. Read / 1000 Miles / bcread.com  *

Chris Murphy / Hotwired / Speakeasy  *

Bradleyboy MacArthur / Salt Gun / Awesome  *

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