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#2238 - Stax Museum’s 15th Anniversary and Reba Russell

6/25/2018
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We have a lot in store for you this week on BSC! First we have The BoKeys performing in Studio A of the Stax Museum of American Soul Music. We sit down and talk with Floyd Newman, founding member of The Memphis Horns. Then we head to the Beale Street Music Fest and catch a set from BSC perennial, Reba Russell.

Duration:00:58:21

#2237 Love Light Orchestra

6/18/2018
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It’s real-deal Memphis Blues… the kind of sophisticated blues and jazz sounds you would have heard floating from the windows of The Palace on Beale Street in the 40’s and 50’s. Keeping the flame burning bright is Memphis’ own Love Light Orchestra. L​ove Light Orchestra features Blues Music Award-winner John Nemeth on vocals, Joe Restivo on guitar, Tim Goodwin on bass, Earl Lowe on drums, Gerald Stephens on keys, and a five piece horn section that includes Marc Franklin, Scott Thompson,...

Duration:00:58:21

#2236 - Members Only: A Tribute to Bobby Blue Bland

6/11/2018
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This week on the Caravan we have Members Only: A Tribute to Bobby Blue Bland. Produced by Memphis musician Rodd Bland, son of the late blues icon, the tribute is held at B. B. King’s Blues Club on Beale Street during Blues Music Awards weekend. Special guests include Sugaray Rayford, Mike Ledbetter, Ashton Riker, Andy Duncanson, John Nemeth, and Tom Wurth. BSC contributor Jim Spake also returns to continue his series, “Crazy About the Saxophone” on the legendary sidemen that played rock’s...

Duration:00:58:21

#2235 - Mellotron Variations and Hunt Sales

6/4/2018
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This week on the program we have Mellotron Variations. An instrumental project built around one of the most unique instruments ever conceived. We’ll also hear from rock and roll veteran, and sideman to the stars, Hunt Sales. BSC contributor Jim Spake is back with us to continue his series, “Crazy About a Saxophone” on the legendary sidemen that played rock’s original lead instrument.

Duration:00:58:21

#2234 - 2018 Blues Music Awards

5/29/2018
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This week on the program we celebrate the biggest night in blues, The 2018 Blues Music Awards. Performances on the episode include winners of the emerging artist category, Southern Avenue, and Memphis music heroes, The North MS Allstars featuring Sharde Thomas.

Duration:00:58:21

#2233 - 2018 Ameripolitan Music Awards

5/21/2018
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This week we feature highlights from Dale Watson’s 2018 Ameripolitan Awards Productions, held right here in Memphis, with performances by Asleep at the Wheel, Nikki Lane, Sleepy LaBeef, Jessi Dayton, James Intveld, Dicky Lee, Jason D Williams, Dale Watson featuring The Blackwood Brothers, Big Sa [...]

Duration:00:58:21

#2232 - Sons of Mudboy

5/14/2018
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This week we bring the mysterious, inscrutable, ever changing Sons of Mudboy in a performance at our favorite little dive bar, BAR DKDC, featuring Jimmy Crosthwait , Ben Baker, Luther Dickinson and Cody Dickinson of the North Mississippi Allstars, and Steve Selvidge of The Hold Steady and

Duration:00:58:21

#2231 - John Paul Keith

5/7/2018
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This week we feature beloved Memphis songwriter, guitarslinger, bandleader, and frequent BSC contributor, John Paul Keith, as he celebrates the release of his latest studio effort, Heart Shaped Shadow. The album is available on Last Chance Records, produced by Will Sexton, and recorded by Scott Bomar at Electraphonic Recording. Also joining us will be BSC contributor, Jim Spake, exploring the legendary sidemen from the early years of rock and roll that played rock’s original lead...

Duration:00:58:21

#2230 - Liz Brasher

4/30/2018
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This week we feature Fat Possum recording artist, Liz Brasher, who recently moved to Memphis and is celebrating the release of her latest album, Outcast. Pat Mitchell sits down with Liz for an in-depth interview, and we continue our series with Dr. Barbara Ching exploring the connection between country music and the blues.

Duration:00:58:21

#2229 - Kaia Kater

4/23/2018
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This week we feature emerging African-Canadian roots artist, Kaia Kater, in a live performance right here at our BSC office. BSC contributor Barbara Ching returns to continue her series on the connections between country music and the blues.

Duration:00:58:21

#2228 - Motel Mirrors

4/16/2018
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This week we feature a live performance from Memphis’ own, Motel Mirrors as they celebrate the recent release of their newest studio effort, “In The Meantime.” Pat Mitchell sits down with members John Paul Keith, Amy LaVere, Will Sexton, and Shawn Zorn to talk about the band’s growth and how they found the time to make a record despite all of their busy touring schedules. #ilistentomemphis

Duration:00:58:21

#2227 - Dale Watson

4/9/2018
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This week we feature a performance from Dale Watson at the 2018 Ameripolitan Awards here in Memphis, TN. Also on the episode, an interview with Dale, and Dr. Barbara Ching continues her series exploring the connection between country music and the Blues.

Duration:00:58:21

#2224 - Remembering Mose Allison

3/19/2018
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This week we dip into the BSC archives and remember the “Faulkner of Jazz,” Mose Allison. As part of this we’ll also hear highlights from “I Love The Life I Live: A Tribute to Mose Allison” - a show produced by Memphis musician Alex Greene featuring backing by Tom Lonardo and Tim Goodwin, Mose’s long-time rhythm section.

Duration:00:58:21

#2223 - Kenny Brown at Deep Blues Fest

3/12/2018
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This week we feature a performance by our good friend Kenny Brown, recorded live at the New Roxy in Clarksdale, MS during the Deep Blues Festival. Pat Mitchell sits down for an interview with Kenny, and Dr. Barbara Ching continues her series on the connections between country music and the Blues. Special thanks to the good folks at The Shack Up Inn , The Hooker Hoteland Honey Hill Bed & Breakfast for accommodating us durin [...]

Duration:00:58:21

#2222 - Remembering Little Milton

3/5/2018
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This week we unlock the Beale Street Caravan vault to remember Blues legend, James Milton Campbell Jr. — better known as Little Milton. You’ll hear a mix of performances and interviews from our archives, plus Dr. Barbara Ching returns with her series exploring the connection between country music and the Blues. #ilistentomemphis

Duration:00:58:21

#2221 - Los Lobos

2/26/2018
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This week we feature Los Lobos in a live performance from “Stars at the Shell” at the Levitt Shell in Overton Park, Midtown Memphis. We also have an interview with Steve Berlin and the continuation of our series with Dr. Barbara Ching exploring the connection between country music and the Blues.

Duration:00:58:21

#2220 - 2018 International Blues Challenge Finals

2/19/2018
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This week the Caravan heads down the street to The Orpheum Theatre-Memphis for highlights from the Finals of The Blues Foundation’s 2018 International Blues Challenge. You’ll hear performances from the finals, featuring the the winners and runners up of the solo/duo and band categories, and interviews with participants and blues fans from all around the world. #ilistentomemphis

Duration:00:58:21

#2219 - Paul Thorn

2/12/2018
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This week on BSC we have an exciting set from southern troubadour Paul Thorn recorded live at the Levitt Shell. Pat sits down for an interview with Paul in the second half of the show, and we continue our series with Dr. Barbara Ching exploring the connection between country music and the Blues. #ilistentomemphis

Duration:00:58:21

#2218 - Juke Joint Duo Reunion

2/5/2018
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To blues lovers around the globe, The Juke Joint Duo — Cedric Burnside and Lightnin’ Malcolm — embodied the spirit of North Mississippi Hill Country Blues. This week we feature a rare reunion show that we hosted here in Memphis, as well as an in-depth interview with Cedric Burnside and the continuation of Dr. Barbara Ching’s series exploring the connection between country music and the blues. #ilistentomemphis

Duration:00:58:21

#2217 - St. Paul & The Broken Bones

1/29/2018
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This week we feature St. Paul & The Broken Bones in a performance at the 2017 Mighty Mississippi Music Festval, and Dr. Barbara Ching begins a new series exploring the connection between country music and the blues.

Duration:00:58:21