Colin James digs into tonight's TOB. His new album is called Miles to Go, plus we have some local(ish) flava with Josh Hoyer from when his band was still called the Shadowboxers and we honor the memory of Otis Rush who passed away in late September.
Kid Ramos hasn't had an album out since Greasy Kid Stuff clear back in 2001. He had a cancer scare in 2012 also he had to raise a singer. Son, Johnny is now 18 and old enough to contribute to the family business with his strong tenor voice, reminiscent of a young Magic Sam.
James Harman gets us going, Sue Foley teams up with Charlie Sexton, and we also hear from Charlie's former band mate from The Arc Angels Doyle Bramhall II. We also get wild with Webb Wilder and freaky with Rev. Freakchild.
Rev. Freakchild starts us down the path to righteousness (and excellent blues) on this week's edition of the TOB. Also we hear from Kenny Wayne Shepherd, the late Magic Slim and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats.
Katy Guillen and the Girls, Treasa Levasseur, Danielle Nicole and Bettye Lavette all are on the show this time. Over on the boy's side of the program, Peter Karp sings about trains and Sam Butler covers the Bee Gees, of all things.