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Vinny Bond

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Come sit on The Couch every Monday when I present "Musicians You Should Know". We cover Blues and Rock and Roll with occasional forays into Country/Roots and R&B. Each show we interview at least 3 guests and sometimes 4. Many of my past guests honor Music On The Couch by debuting new music before it is released. I have had the honor to present WORLD PREMIERS of a number of albums over the last year.

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SHOW #289 – Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With ?Musicians You Should Know? Heather Crosse has been performing for 31 years. Bassist for Heavy Suga' & The SweeTones, in 2008, Heather moved to Clarksdale, Mississippi to follow her Blues dreams & play bass for Super Chikan. This past year, Heather spent touring in the Girls With Guitars Tour for Ruf Records. Her new album is entitled Groovin' At The Crosse Roads. I will speak with Heather about her life, career and music. Billy Evanochko is also known as Billy The Kid and he and his band The Regulators have been wowing audiences for years. Out of the Pittsbugh, PA area, they have earned their way to the IBC twice, in 2008 and again in 2014. Their new album is I Can't Change and Billy finally takes a seat on the Monday Couch to talk about his life and career. Guitarist, singer, and songwriter Chris Gill has been lighting up stages in the mid-South for over twenty years. Armed with sweet guitar rhythms, a soulful voice and a clever, unique songwriter's perspective, Chris is well known as one of Jackson, Mississippi's most entertaining performers. One of his projects is with the sensational Derrick L Martin, known as D'Mar. They have just released Take It Like That and I will chat with Chris about his career, his partnership with D'Mar and the new music. Couch Kid New Music features Sugar Brown and his new album, Poor Lazarus. I'll speak with Sugar and find out what he has been up to since he first sat on The Couch back on March 31, 2014 while we check out tunes from the album.
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In May during Brandon Santini's ?Beale Street Mess-Around?, Pat Robertson bid on, and won the chance to co-host Music on The Couch. Along with co-hosting, she selected the two musical guests and will be assisting me in the interviews.... more

Paul Benjamin has recently been named Chair of the Board Of Directors of The Blues Foundation. The Board Committee just announced the hiring of Barbara Ballin Newman as President/CEO. Pauls background with the Blues is... more

SHOW #285 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With Musicians You Should Know" I get to sit with Jay Sieleman, outgoing President/CEO of The Blues Foundation. The Foundation has had some growing pains during... more

SHOW # 284 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With ?Musicians You Should Know? Christian Collin originally Sat On The Couch on April 28, 2014 shortly after he released his album American Art. He has a new album, Spirit Of... more

SHOW #283 – Live Uncut and Uncensored Conversations With ?Musician You Should Know? Lazer Lloyd is known as Israel's Blues-Rock King. He is spreading that reputation around the globe. His newest album, simply titled... more

SHOW # 282 – Live Uncut & Uncensored Conversations with ?Musicians You Should Know? Couch Kid News with Michael Packer and his new single "Yo Staten Island", his Blues-Hop response to the death of Eric Garner. Mitch Mann... more

Couch Kid Joanne Fish comes by to talk about her documentary Mr. Handy's Blues and the Indigogo Campaign which begins tomorrow... Then we speak with Bo & The BluesDrivers, who's new Self-Titled EP released in May. The band... more

Show # 280 – Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With ?Musicians You Should Know? Southern Halo has only appeared on the IBC Shows, but we said the ladies could come by and share some exciting news. What... more

Steve Arvey got his beginning in the Blues in Florida during his college years. He and his band ended up backing Bo Diddley for a few years. He then returned to Chicago where he backed musicians such as Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy Rogers,... more
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