PDXBluescast – Show #22

Welcome back to our humble little bluescast. We kick off this week’s show with a doubleheader from the Troublemakers, then it’s just a heap more trouble after that. Got another live track from Curtis Salgado & Alan Hager in the mix to spice things up.

The Curtis Salgado benefit concert was just announced today — it’ll be on Tuesday, June 13th at the Rose Garden Theater of the Clouds. Not only will Curtis and his band play, but you’ll also hear Steve Miller, Robert Cray, Everclear, the Phantom Blues Band, Little Charlie & The Nightcats, plus surprise guests too! Click here for more info and tickets. All proceeds go to help pay Curtis’ medical expenses.

You never call, you never write! Not really…but if you’ve got something you wanna say, I’d love to hear from you. You can post a comment right here on the blog, send e-mail to the address shown at right, or leave me a voice message at 206-203-3PDX (3739)! If you’re a Portland-area musician and would like your material featured on the show, send me e-mail for instructions on how to get it done. If I love it, I’ll play it!

  Title   Artist   Album   Where
Takin' Care Of Business The Troublemakers [unreleased] (2006) 2:24
Seven Nights To Rock The Troublemakers [unreleased] (2005) 4:45
King Size Troublemaker Too Slim & The Taildraggers King Size Troublemakers (2000) 9:58
Brownsville David Jacobs-Strain Skin And Bones (1999) 14:29
Talk To Me Baby Curtis Salgado & Alan Hager [Live at the Cascade Bar & Grill, 4/27/06] 20:22
Sad Letter Albert Reda Cascade Blues Association’s Muddy Awards Hall Of Fame CD (1998) 24:15

    34 minutes     |     31.2 MB

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Good show, I had never heard The Troublemakers before. I’ve been following David Jacobs-Strain for a long time, as the matter of fact I’m going to see him Friday night at Mississippi Studios before heading out for the Journey To Memphis competition at Beale St. You are right about Albert Reda, we all know what a great bass player he is, but what a great voice he has too!

[...] Americana, with Texas native Rich Layton out in front. You can hear the band in Show #3 and Show #22. And in the interest of full disclosure, I’d be recommending them even if I didn’t [...]

[...] Salgado/Alan Hager Duo (heard on Show #20 and Show #22) Lloyd Jones (heard on Show #1, Show #9 and Show #12) D.K. Stewart (heard on Show #1 and Show #21, [...]

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