Sunday Morning Blues
We celebrated Big Bill Broonzy’s birthday to start the show! This singer/songwriter/guitarist was one of the early greats of the Blues.
Sunday Morning blues began with a visit to the extended Allman Brothers family, continued with a tribute to Chess Studios mainstay Howlin’ Wolf and was delighted to feature a CHOOSE YOUR BLUES set spotlighting Buddy Guy, who appeared at the Wilbur Theater that same night.
We began the show by paying tribute to the immortal T-Bone Walker, the late guitar player who was one of the early bluesmen to plug his guitar into an amp and entertain of the street corners and in clubs.
This long Holiday Weekend, we began the show remembering Joe Cocker’s birthday, which was on Wednesday May 20th. We lost the legendary British singer last December. Hailing from Sheffield in England, also home of the […]
Tom Hambridge has produced and written songs for some of the best artists in blues and country for much of the past two decades. The acclaimed bluesman joined Carter ALan on Sunday Morning Blues to talk about his tour with Buddy Guy and experiences working in the studio.
This week, we paid tribute to the late BB King with two segments – the entire 9am hour and the final half-hour of the show at 11:30.
Check out a gallery of the legendary B.B. King through all the highlights of his illustrious career as a blues guitar originator.
B.B. King was a beacon to guitar players and music lovers everywhere. Here’s Carter Alan’s tribute to a “beacon to guitar players and music lovers everywhere.”
This week on Sunday Morning Blues, we commemorated the 104th anniversary of Robert Johnson’s birth. He was a man who lived on the edge, but wrote some of our best –loved blues and rock songs […]
Sunday Morning Blues began in August 1999 as a two-hour feature at WZLX from 9AM to 11AM. Now we’ve reached show #800, not an easy thing to do in this age of disposable media. We thank you for supporting Sunday Morning Blues for all these years!