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Bill Bielby Featured on Confessin' the Blues

Jun 30, 2018
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This program originally aired on TUESDAY,  JANUARY 16, 2018

Musical Guest:  

JOSEPH "Mojo" MORGANFIELD

Kenny Kinsey Interview Part Two

Jan 6, 2018
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2017 Year in Review Part Three

Dec 23, 2017
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2017 Year in Review Part One

Dec 9, 2017
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New Releases Featured on Confessin' the Blues

Sep 16, 2017

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Tom Holland Interview Part Two

Sep 2, 2017
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Tom Holland Featured on Confessin' the Blues

Aug 26, 2017
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Little Frank Featured on Confessin' the Blues

Aug 19, 2017
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Jeff Harrell Featured on Confessin' the Blues

Aug 5, 2017
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New Releases featured on Confessin' the Blues

Jul 1, 2017
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Dave Rudolf Featured on Confessin' the Blues

Jun 24, 2017
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Karen Grzenia

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Billy King featured on Confessin' the Blues

Jun 3, 2017
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Billy King featured on Confessin' the Blues

Jun 3, 2017
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New Releases Featured on Confessin' the Blues

May 13, 2017
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Ole Harv Interview Part Two

May 6, 2017
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This edition of “MIDWEST BEAT with Tom Lounges” originally aired on TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 2017

 

MUSICAL GUEST:  COCO MONTOYA

APRIL IS INTERNATIONAL GUITAR MONTH!  In honor of that, each week in APRIL "MIDWEST BEAT with TOM LOUNGES" features a Guitar Guest.

Terrence Antonio - Associated Press

Big Al's Playlist

Apr 1, 2017
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Keith Scott Featured on Confessin' the Blues

Mar 25, 2017
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Alligator Records

World-renowned blues harmonica master James Cotton, whom Rolling Stone called, “One of the greats of all time, burning with brilliant virtuosity,” died on March 16, 2017 of pneumonia at St. David's Medical Center in Austin, Texas. He was 81. His overwhelmingly powerful harmonica playing was one of the iconic sounds of the blues. He toured worldwide for over 60 years.

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