Guitar

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You actually might want to call this show, The Lee Sides, as Johnnie and I have put together a must hear sample of these two remarkable British axe men who have cemented their place among the best.

Ten O'Clock Blues 5.18.19

May 20, 2019

Rolling Stone, NPR, even Forbes Magazine is going on and on about the guitar wizardry of Christone Kingfish Ingram (who has a show coming up in Omaha next month, by the way). You can check him out on the TOB as he opens this evening's show. Also more firmly established artists like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf plus the latest from The Black Keys.

Ten O'Clock Blues 7.28.18

Jul 30, 2018

Ten O'Clock Blues Top 25 of '17

Jan 14, 2018

The 25 best blues albums have been curated and made available for your listening pleasure (as long as you only want to listen to one song from each album and you really only want to listen to the top 12 or so). Every year Stumpy Steve puts all the albums into a complex matrix of radio airplay from across the country according to Living Blues Magazine and then he cross checks all that with his own idea of what deserves the top honors. Now we have this. Please listen!

Downtown Live - Shannon Curfman

Jul 27, 2017
Stuart O’Shields

Listening to the recordings of Sharon Isbin you learn that what music can contain is everything: joy, sorrow, history, novelty, all that makes us human and connects us to the earth and each other. Whether playing with the New York Philharmonic, Joan Baez, or Steve Vai, her pleasure in collaboration blossoms into musical ideas that ring true and beautiful. In this time of divisiveness and distrust, the importance of finding such truth is urgent. Fortunately, we in Siouxland can do just that. Ms.

Singer-songwriter Mike Langley recently released Milky Way Home, an album of new and old songs. He joined SPM's Mark Munger to talk about his inspirations and philosophies, and while he was here, we got him to play a song.