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Weekly podcast of local, regional, and national blues acts.

Weekly podcast of local, regional, and national blues acts.
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United States

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Weekly podcast of local, regional, and national blues acts.

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English

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712-299-1203


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IBSC 70 Dewey Cantrell, Matt Woods, Frank Strong, and Jodi Bodley

9/24/2017
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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. Please like, subscribe, share, and listen to us on...

Duration: 01:12:57


IBSC 69 Jody Bodley, Dewey Cantrell, Gene Jackson, a tribute to Chicago Rick, Frank Strong and Des Moines on $50

9/17/2017
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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. Please like, subscribe, share, and listen to all our podcasts on Podbean.com!!! Thanks!!!!

IBSC 68 Jimmy Pryor Tribute featuring Tom Gary and The Erick Hovey Band

9/11/2017
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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.

Duration: 00:57:49


IBSC 67 RIP Gene Jackson, updates on Genes memorial and Thursdays live show. IBSC 67 RIP Gene Jackson, updates on Gene’s memorial and the live show Thursday night.

9/10/2017
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We rember Gene Jackson and update you on his memorial Tuesday night, and the upcoming IBSC show Thursday

Duration: 00:14:17


IBSC 66 no new show this week. IBSC 66 no new show this week

9/1/2017
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we are moving so no new podcast. please listen to some of our great past shows! thanks!!

Duration: 00:01:41


IBSC 65 Erick Hovey Recycled Souls

8/27/2017
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Tonights show is the 2009 release Recycled Souls by Erick Hovey. Erick is the gentleman farmer from Badger Iowa, who is probably the most prolific song writer in the state. He is currently working on a new release and has over 40 songs to choose from. His last release was not a double CD, but two seperate CDS! Blues Farm, and Recycled Souls. last year we heard Blues Farm, tonight we hear Recycled Souls. Recycled Souls was recorded and produced by Dan Lodden in the Bunker stuido in...

Duration: 01:00:42


IBSC 63 Kyle Dean Patton, Heather West, and Rob Lumbard

8/13/2017
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Tonights show originally recorded in October of 2003, and aired on internet radio. It starred Kyle Dean Patton and Brian McNammer, Heather West, and Rob Lumbard. Special segment Des Moines on $50!! The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary. Director of bands was Jono Smith, with John Lee Eagan, Rick Mo, and Frank Strong.

Duration: 01:16:31


IBSC 62 Sadona Mondabough, Bridget Thompson, Jono Smith and Jay Taylor

8/6/2017
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Welcome to season six of the Iowa Blues showcase. Tonights show stars Sadona Mondaval, and Bridget Thompson. We also snuck in recordings of Jay Taylor “Are we on the air” and Jono Smith “Have you ever had the blues” Great show!!! The Iowa Blues Showcase is produced by Tom Gary. Director of bands Jono Smith, with John Krantz on drums, and Rich on Bass. Jay Taylor produced Are we on the air. Please like, subscribe, share, and listen on Podbean or any podcast download site. Thanks!!!

Duration: 00:59:57


IBSC 61 Blue Collar, Rick Jaques, Dave McConnell, and Tom Gary

7/31/2017
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Blue Collar was a studio band from Kansas City that was around in the late 80s. Rick Jaques led the band and played guitar and sometimes bass. Dave McConnell sang and played drums and Tom Gary sang and played keyboards. This version of the band played one live gig, but recorded many hours of great blues both cover and originals. This recording was from 1988 and was recorded in Oletha Kansas by Rick Jaques. made into podcast by Tom Gary. Please subscribe, like, share, and listen on Podbean,...

Duration: 01:18:03


IBSC 60 Jimmy Pryor and the Bad Boys of the Blues, Woody Update!

7/24/2017
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This was originally recorded on July 15th of 2000. It was Jimmy Pyror at The Bowlful of Blues festival, put on by the South Skunk Blues Society at the Maytag Bowl in Newton Iowa. It stars Jimmy Pryor on Kazoo and Vocal, Tom Gary on Piano and Vocal, Jon East on Guitar and Vocal, Scott Cochran on Bass and Vocal, and Brian Connett on Drums. Jeff Hart and Don “T-Bone” Erickson were the announcers. Also great news! John Woody Wood is being inducted into the Iowa Rock and Roll Hall of...

Duration: 01:19:52


IBSC 59 Oliver Riley and the Blues Notions

7/16/2017
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Tonights show is from either 1988, or 1989. It is Oliver Riley and the Blues Notions from Kansas City. This was a legendary Band that was originaly led by Oliver Riley. They ruled Sunday Night with their famous Blues Jam at the Roxy Bar and Grill. The band was led by Oliver Riley on Guitar and Vocals, and Wayne Smith on Bass, with Greg Mays on drums, Billy Thomas on rhythm guitar, and Dave Creighton on B3. Please like, subscribe, share, and download!!!!!

Duration: 00:51:16


IBSC 58 John Wood, LIving Stones, John Lukehart, and Tina Hass Finley

7/9/2017
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another great show!!! Tonights show originally aired in October of 2003. It featured Where in the World is Woody! With John Woody Wood, The Living Stones, John Lukehart, and end with a special apparence by Tina Haas Finley!!!!! That is a show!!!! The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary. Director of Bands was Jono Smith with John Lee Eagan, Rick Mo, Frank Strong, and Don Brown. Please like, subscribe, share, and listen to all our podcasts on Podbean, ITunes, and Google Play....

Duration: 01:14:39


IBSC 57 Jimmy Shieffer, Frank Strong, Roy Cashman, and Randy Burke

7/2/2017
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Tonight is a jam packed show starring Jamming Jimmy Shieffer, Frank Strong, Roy Cashman, and Randy Burke, with special apparences by Jared Hall and Dave Andrews! That is a fun show!!! The show originally aired October of 2003. It was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary. Director of Bands was Jono Smith, with John Lee Eagan, Rick Mo, Frank Strong, and Don Brown. Please Subscribe to podbean, Itunes, or Google Play!! Thanks!!

Duration: 01:01:21


IBSC 56 Jimmy Pryor, John Woody Wood, Jon East, and Clarence Key. Hull Ave May-June 1999

6/26/2017
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Tonights show is a long one, and a great one! Its the Sunday Night Blues Showcase from the Hull Ave sometime around May, or June of 1999! This features Jimmy Pryor in his prime, with John “Woody Wood! Our guest for the night was the Legendary Jon East with special appearance by Clarence Key Jr! Almost two hours of blues tonight!!!!!! The show was produced and recorded by Tom Gary. The house band was Scott Long, Tom Gary, John Wood, and Jim Farr with lead vocals by Jimmy “The Midnite...

Duration: 01:48:52


IBSC 55 Blue Notions, Big Bob Schnebelen, John Paul Drum. The Roxy on a Sunday Night 1991

6/19/2017
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Tonights show goes WAY back to 1991 and the Sunday Night Blues jam at the Roxy Bar and Grill in suburban Kansas City. It stars the Blue Notions with Tom Trashmouth Baker on lead Vocals, Jammers include Big Bob Schnebelen, and John Paul Drum.

Duration: 00:59:34


IBSC 54 Gary Smith, Clover Buckingham, And Steve Geroge

6/11/2017
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Tonights show is the second half of the September 2003 Iowa Blues Showcase. This show featured Gary Smith, Clover Buckingham, and Iowa Blues Hall of Famer Steve George. It also featured a one time segment of Storm Lake Days. The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary. Director of Bands was Jono Smith, with John Lee Eagan, Don Brown, and Rick Mosqueda. Our announcer was Ben Williams. Please tell your friends about our podcast and help us keep the blues alive!!! THANKS and DFTBA

Duration: 01:18:17


IBSC 53 James Bein, and Tina Haas Finley.

6/4/2017
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Tonights show is the first episode of season 4 from September 2003! The show starred James Bein, and Tina Haas Finley. We also had the first attempt of a new segment called Where in the World is Woody!!! Our show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary, with musical direction by Jono Smith. The shows announcer was Ben Williams, with the Worlds most dangerous blues band featuring John Lee Eagan, Rick Mosqueda and Don Brown. Please like, subscribe, and share!!! THANKS!!!

Duration: 01:09:41


IBSC 52 Memorial Day Podcast. Remembering past blues performers.

5/28/2017
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Tonights show is dedicated to local and regional blues performers who have pass on this year, and in years past. The show stars, Jeff Stratton, Dan Doran, Ronn Hill, and mention of Janey Hooper. (if you have any recordings of her pease send them to us!) Also included are recordings of past showcase stars and players John Woody Wood, Jimmy Pryor, Chicago Rick Lussie, Gary Smith, Clover Buckingham, Rick Shultz, Louis McTizic, Frenchy Campbell, and Ethaline Wright. The show was produced by...

Duration: 01:20:12


IBSC 51 Alien Corn Middle of Nowhere

5/22/2017
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Tonights show is the 1998 release of Alien Corn’s Middle of Nowhere CD. The guys in the band were very important in the later formation of the Iowa Blues showcase house band. Jono Smith, John Woody Wood, and Dave Andrews were all a part of the showcase from the very begining. Also John Dale has always been a great supporter of all of our projects over the years. Alien Corn was Jono Smith on Guitar and vocals, John Dale on Guitar and Vocals, John Woody Wood on Drums, percussion and Vocals,...

Duration: 01:14:06


IBSC 50 Brandon Dennis, Andy Coats, Tom Gary Blues Band

5/13/2017
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Originally aired on 3-29-2003 and starred Brandon Dennis, Andy Coats, and Frank Strong with Des Moines on $50 Dollars. The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary. Director of bands was Jono Smith, with Frank Strong, Dave Andrews, Rick Mo, Don Brown, and John Lee Eagan. At the end of the show is the hit single from Yesterday and Today by the Tom Gary Blues Band, Holly Golightly blues. THANKS!!!

Duration: 00:51:27

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