Saturday July 16th marks to very important anniversaries! First KCOR turns 10 years old! Special programming all day long!
Second, Main Street Blues hits the 6 year mark! It is so hard to believe that I have been doing this for 6 years! A great big thank you goes out to everyone that helped make this happen, especially, Troy Schell Owner/GM of KCOR and my beautiful wife Dawn that allowed me to spend the money on the equipment I needed and to my son EJ, Dawn & EJ put up with being occupied every Saturday and are very supportive of my addiction (yes I'm addicted to internet radio!)
Tommy Z Tune in I do!
Jeremy Hunsaker WOOT!! Main St w/KEV is AWESOME!!
MickeyGee49: just about the best Blues show on the web as far as I am concerned & I listen to a lot of internet radio
Mama Dee needs our help, she is facing some serious medical issues and would appreciate going to these sites , the first is a digital petition, please sign and share!
The second is a Facebook page that chronicles her (and others) troubles
Hey Y'all, have you heard? I now have a You Tube channel! I'll have some vlogs as well as some videos from the concerts I've been hitting. Check it out like the videos, and subscribe if you will.
Don't forget to share the videos and spread the gospel of the blues!!!!
If you are any where near nothern Indiana, get yourself to the Midway Tavern in Mishawaka, in the last week I've seen Anni Piper & Skyla Burrell, and coming up we have Chris Duarte, Brandon Santini, RIc Estrin & The Nightcats, Mark Hummel/Little Charlie/Anson Funderburgh, Blue Lunch, Reverand Raven, Brent Johnson and a bunch more!
I was lucky to be invited to Indianapolis to spend some time with the guys from Tweed Funk, I had a great time and the guys treated me as on of their own.
Here is my review of the show:
The Slippery Noodle Inn Friday March 29th 2013, Indianapolis, IN
I walked into The Slippery Noodle, knowing full well that this was one of the premier blues clubs around,
Only to find that the blues had taken a back seat to Michigan State, Louisville, Duke & Oregon
Collectively known as the NCAA Basketball tourney.
Tweed Funk was forced to play 2 short sets between the games at half time before really getting things going.
Little by little you could see this decidedly pro basketball crowd start to change gears and become full fledged members of the Tweed Funk Nation
Between Smokey expertly working the crowd from behind the mic and the bands High energy infectious grooves,
The Basketball fans quickly became blues lovers.
One Michigan State fan said to JD, "Your making me feel good even though we lost!" That my friends is what the blues are all about!
JD, Smokey, Eric, Nick, John & Tim welcomed me into their inner circle for the day and treated me as one of their own.
I was able to see the true behind the scenes action and live the life of a blues musician for one day.
Thanks so much far having me along!
Hey gang go check out my friend Rich's website, he's a graphic artist and extremely talented.
Rich created an awesome new logo for the show, check it out!