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Black And Blues
Blues, rhythm and blues with some sixties soul.
Hosted by: John Tackaberry
Airs: Every Sunday from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Coming up at 9:00 PM on September 22nd, 2019:
"Barbecue Lounge" - Retro Renny fills in for John & features the blues of Arbee Stidham in the first hour and new blues from New York City's the Mooks & Aussie Lloyd Spiegel in the second.

Black And Blues

Date Host Highlight On Demand
Sep. 22, 2019 Ramblin' Renny "Barbecue Lounge" - A feature of Arbee Stidham's forgotten blues in the first hour and new blues by The Mooks & Lloyd Spiegel in the second.
Sep. 15, 2019 John Tackaberry "Get Here Quick" - The Texas Horns backing others and from their own sessions
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Sep. 8, 2019 John Tackaberry "That's A Good Way To Get To Heaven"- The blues of the late Big Jack Reynolds from Detroit , Michigan to Toledo, Ohio
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Sep. 1, 2019 John Tackaberry "A Touch Of The Blues" - Soulful sounds from The Memphis Boys session players at "American Studios" from 1964 o 1972
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Aug. 25, 2019 John Tackaberry "I Wish You Would" - Chicago blue from Billy Boy Arnold over the years
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Aug. 18, 2019 John Tackaberry "Te Ni Nee Ni Nu"- Blues and soul at the TORONTO POP FESTIVAL in June 1969
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Aug. 11, 2019 John Tackaberry "I'm Still Around" - Soul-blues from singer, songwriter, and guitarist Johnny Rawls over the years
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"Black & Blues" from 9-11 p.m. on Sunday features blues, rhythm and blues with some sixties soul. There are special profiles of musicians and recording labels in the first hour. In the second hour there is a blues and R&B calendar of events in Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa with "new and reissued blues and rhythm and blues tracks on wax" featured in the last half hour. This segment alternates with "live blues and rhythm and blues for a Sunday night". In the last half hour of the show on the last Sunday of every month I go "down in the delta" to spin some acoustic gospel and blues.

(N.B. The show started as "Meantown Blues" in October 1978. The name changed in March 1983 to "Black & Blues" to reflected the R&B and soul that is included in the show. And I have been the host since the start.)
Coming up on Black And Blues
Sep. 29th, 2019 9:00 PM
"Gypsy Road" - The soul-blues of Jackson, Mississippi born singer and guitarist Zac Harmon including songs from his latest release on Catfood Records. That is in the first hour. In the second hour there is the "down in the delta" feature of acoustic numbers.