Blues

The Tom Malloys came by this week and Doug said to MJ, "Just let 'em play, we don't need to talk much."  Well I guess NOT!  It was quite the yak-fest and lots of fun with lots of traditional Irish music as well as original material.  They'll be back around St. Paddy's Day fer sure!

In the second hour, Cher Dial interviewed Adley Stump. 

Our buddy and great bass player, Larry Fulcher of Taj Mahal's band, called in and chatted for a while. Larry's played with the likes of Maria Muldaur, Sue Foley, Marcia Ball, W.C. Clark, Lonnie Brooks, Alvin Youngbllod Hart, Ruthie Foster, and Bonnie Raitt.

Charlie Parr and his mother Ina Mae stopped by.  We chatted, had fun, and Charlie played a bunch of songs live in the studio.  Charlie will be appearing at the Minnesota Zoo with The 4 On The Floor on Saturday, August 18.

Opening with a taste of Oliver Mtukudzi, superstar from Zimbabwe who just played Loring Park last Monday, along with Amadou & Mariam who played The Cedar on Tuesday.  What a week !  And tonite, Wed. reggae star Ken Boothe plays the Epic downtown.  In the second hour I host a sweet interview with Mr. Ken Boothe, O.D from Jamaica.

See Play List Below.

BIRTHDAYS-IN-BLUE From the Land of the Round Haircut, and STOP THE PRESSES!!! DAN PENN and BOBBY EMMONS in the Studio talking about life, love, old cars, favorite old songs and tonight’s show at the Dakota Bar and Grill!

This week's play list.

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