Due to popular demand, this week we began with a rebroadcast of the Samantha Fish show from February 11th at the Narrows Center in Fall River.
English rock lore states that Cream formed on this date in 1966. It’s hard to pin down an exact day – was it when they first rehearsed? When they signed a contract? Whatever it was that marked this as the day, let’s celebrate the uniting of Eric Clapton from John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, and Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker from the Graham Bond Organization!
Sunday Morning Blues is coming up on its 17th Anniversary on WZLX. The show began in 1999 as a place to take a Classic Rock listener one step beyond to explore the music that combined with country-western sounds back in the 50’s.
July 3rd is the day before our country’s birthday, but it was also a dark day in Classic Rock.
Sunday Morning Blues began this week with a tribute to guitarist Jeff Beck and drummer Mick Fleetwood, who both had birthdays on June 24th. We did a ‘Yesterday & Today’ set from Beck, whose latest album “Loud Hailer” is in stores and online on July 15th!
This week on the show we began by acknowledging the great talent of Irish guitarist Rory Gallagher, who passed away on June 14, 1995 at the age of 47.
The beginning set of the show was inspired by a new Alligator records release entitled “God Don’t Ever Change: the Songs of Blind Willie Johnson.”
Happy Sunday Morning Blues Show #851 to you! We began with a birthday tribute to the late, great Howlin’ Wolf.
Wow! We’re finally passing through the gateway to the summer! On this Memorial Day weekend, we remember our veterans who make this life in America possible while we also enjoy the thankful return of warm weather!
A triumvirate of birthdays began our show this week.