Any good no commerical blues show from the 60s to 80s that is 2 or 3 hr long??
Dan Akroyd (sp?) does a blues show that
is syndicated on U.S. radio. I can't
remember what it is called - but you can
probably Google it and find out.
NOISE AND STATIC RADIO
Blues-Mobil Radio Show
This 1-hour blues show comes from Istanbul, Turkey.
Large Blues Collection
This opens the door at the Internet Archive
Took a look on Shoutcast_com, the big radio directory of streaming stations, and the genre "Blues" lists heaps of blues stations of many flavors.
If you find stations you like, you could stream them on your station!
A DJ music show available at
Upfront Soul is a show for R&B and Soul no Blues I play it on Satudradys
I'm surprised it is so hard to find good blues shows.
I'd love to have bles music on my station.
My own blues library is probably just ebough to do one show.
Maybe I'll do a blues hour and post it.
That would be great
Finally got started looking through boxes of 45 RPM records to see if I have enough blues to do a show.
You can hear me rummage through the records on my daily radio show
Blare OnAir Lite Digging For Blues
^^^ Sounds great
"Blues" means many different things to many people. Are you talking Mississippi John Hurt? Brownie McGhee? Willie Dixon? Howlin' Wolf? Lightning Hopkins? B. B. King? Stevie Ray Vaughan? ERic Clapton (or for that matter the Yardbirds)? Stones? Zeppelin? Aerosmith? Jonny Lang? Joss Stone? Susan Tedeschi? Peoople who prefer Mississippi John Hurt might not care for the Stones covering blues standards.
Carl has kinda inspired me. I have well over 40,000 records, and as I flip through them I see plenty of blues. I was thinking, for a hoot, I could "pull a Carl" and just sit down and spin some of them (although I'm sure I'll find way more blues 45's LOL). but I don't think I'd have time to do a regular show (what with the oompah Hour and all) but occasionally, if anyone would play it. Maybe a mix of all the above? Geeze, I'll have to get the 78 stylus out for some of 'em!
Just about any type of blues from the 50s to 80s
Tim, of you do even one blues show I will listen to it with the window blinds down and doors locked, no transmitters, since I don't have a music license.
It will be great!
I also will trudge forward trying to find a second and a third blues record until I have a good hour.
DJboutit has stirred things up in a very great way!
Mick Martin's Blues Party it is a 3:45 to 4hr non commercial blues show from KXJZ
search google to find more links from that site for more shows I was able to get 101 episodes
I have listen to the first few min of 2 shows it sounds great I also got Acid Jazz show great show to with very limited talking both of these shows are part of Capital Public Radio.
The question is, are they cleared for rebroadcast on Part 15?
I do not think they can be rebroadcast on Part15. Now if your station is internet only has less than 75 listeners and your not making $$$ I think you would have no problems playing this show.
Any "Polka Blues"?
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