The second half of the first Iowa Blues showcase from the spring of 2000. JC Anderson and Jimmy Pryor star in this hour, with John Woody Wood singing a song.
The show was produced by Scott Cochran and Tom Gary. Director of bands was John Woody Wood, with Jono Smith, Tom Gary, and Scott Cochran. Please subscribe, like, and share!!!!!!
The first showcase ever!!!! Episode 1!!! Season 1!!! The lost episode. An important artifact of blues history:-) The first show recorded by Scott Cochran, Stars Jimmy Pryor, John Woody Wood doing Des Moines on $50 dollars, and Rob Lumbard.
The show was produced by Scott Cochran, and Tom Gary. Director of Bands was John Woody Wood, with Jono Smith, and Scott Cochran. Please share, subscribe and like!!!!
Happy New Year!!!! This is from a show from NYE show from 2003 with George and Gill Davis and a cast of thousands. I will update this info when I have the chance. Lots of people coming and going:-)
The show was originally engineered by Phil Maas and was recorded at the Raccoon River Brewing Company. The house band was George Davis, Gill Davis, Tom Gary and Ben Williams.
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BTW if you want to sync the show with midnight then Start the podcast 14 mins...
yup our first repeat, but this one’s important since it is the Blue Bands last dance. This show features a lot of Bob Dorr and the Blue band, with songs also by Rob Lumbard, Max Wellman, Tina Haas Finley, Jono Smith, John Evans, and Brian Holtz. This is probably my favorite podcast. Have a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!!!
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Cool show featuring Big Daddy Dennis Kain and Steve Geroge. This was our pre show for season 3. Lots of fun with Frank Strong including Des Moines on $50.
The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary. Director of Bands was Jono Smith, with John Lee Eagen, Frank Strong, and Dave Andrews.
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Nothing but women blues performers tonight! On the show we have April May, Joni Godsdottir, Madam Jules, Molly Nova, Carol Thomas, Sherry Ludders, Bridget Thompson, Bajae Fleming, Krista Haugland, Trish Toma, and Tina Haas. Wow!
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Tonight is week 6 of the Sunday Night Blues Showcase from 1999! Yup! even the Blues Army, and streaming songs on the web was going on!!! Ah the good old days of dial up:-) Tonight you will hear Scott Long, Clarence Key Jr., Jethro, Don Meyers, and Tom Gary. With a host of jammers filling out the audience. If you listen closely you will hear Jimmy Pryor and Jon East!!!
The house band was Jimmy Pryor, Scott Long, Tom Gary, John Woody Wood, Jim Faar. Joining us on Trumpet was Scott Davis,...
Another cool local and regional blues artists show. This show features Bob Dorr and the Blue Band, Jeff Peterson, Rob Lumbard, Dan Doran, John Paul and the Hell Hounds, and Jono Smith.
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Tonight we have a cool recording of George and Gilbert Davis, with Rick Mosqueda and Tom Gary. Live at the Hull Ave around 2000. This was just before George and Gil started Sumptum to Do. Lots of cool blues and soul tonight! Please subscribe, like, and share!!!!!
A lot of great Iowa Blues artist tonight. The legendary Jon East, Big Sister, Bo Ramsey, Bob Pace, Catfish Keith, Craig Erickson, Chicago Rick Lussie, Carol Thomas, Joe Price, Jono Smith, Taz Grant, Madam Jules, and The Bad Boys of the Blues. Great show!!!! Lots of Iowa Blues, and Rock and Roll hall of famers.
Tonights show is an interview of Jimmy Pryor by his wife Cheryl Pryor back in April of 2003. This is the first half hour. Next week we will continue with part two. They talk mostly about Detroit and the years 1950-59, but they do mention his early years of working in the coal mines and getting to Des Moines in 1960. This is a very cool show.
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This is Probably the June 1999 Sunday Blues Showcase with the Bad Boys of the Blues featuring Jimmy Pryor. It stars Jimmy Pryor with Big Mike Edwards.
The show was recorded and produced by Tom Gary with John Lukehart on guitar, Scott Cochrane on Bass, and Rick Mosqueda on Drums. Special appearances by Steve Vasquez and Larry Station. Please like, subscribe, and share on Podbean, or any great podcasting sites.
This is a 2016 recording of the Backstage Boogie Band live at Sam’s It features Doug Trammell guitar and vocal, Byron Wells bass, harmonica and vocal, Tom Gary piano and vocal, and Rick Mosqueda drums. It was originally recorded and produced by Doug Trammell.
RIP Tom Petty
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This is the 2008 release of my CD called Tom Gary Blues Band Yesterday and Today.
It was recorded betwwen 1995 to 2008 at Junior’s Motel by Kurk Kaufmann. It featured myself with John Lukehart, John Wood, Jimmy Farr, Big Daddy Dennis Kain, Jeff Baker, Jimmy Davis, Don Demers,Paul Sleezer, and Erick Hovey.
The show was produced by Kirk Kaufmann and Tom Gary. Please subscribe, share, like, and listen on Podbean or any great podcast download sites.
Tonights show originally aired on Internet radio in December 21 2003. It was the last show of season four of the Iowa Blues Showcase. Our guests were Dewey Cantrell, and Matt Woods. Frank Strong entertained us with Frank Sings, and Jodi Bodley led the band during the Worlds most dangerous blues jam.
The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary. Director of bands was Jono Smith, with John Lee Eagan, Frank Strong, Don Brown and Rick Mo.
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Tonights show originally aired on the internet in December of 2003. It starred Jody Bodley, Dewey Cantrell, Gene Jackson, a Tribute to Chicago Rick and Des Moines on $50 with Frank Strong.
The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary. Director of bands was Jono Smith, with Rick Mosqueda, John Lee Eagan, Don Brown, and Frank Strong.
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Tonights show is from Janurary of 2007. It is the tribute show for Jimmy Pryor that we did at Buena Vista University for my Blues History class. It features music and stories of Jimmy Pryor. Helping me was the Erick Hovey Band. On the show was Erick Hovey on guitar, Jeff Foreman on drums, and Dan Lodden on Bass.