A trio of guests this evening, all bringing thir blues with style.
Bobby Pizazz was born in the Detriot area, but the sounds of Nashville have always pulled at him.
Ask Bobby who he is and he might say, "I have a song in my soul, I have a story that must be told. As I write these songs, I tell of life...I'm a Music Story-Teller, a Song Man"
We will sit with Bobby and find out more about his life as we listen to his music.
Then, he calls himself Professor Harp.
Boston's Hugh Holmes was a Gene Krupa-inspired drummer until 1969, when an encounter with George Smith left him so enamored of the harmonica that he sat In with Muddy Waters in the mid-70s and assumed his current stage name from nicknames bestowed on him by Waters and Solomon Burke.
Now, after some 35 years of gigging around Boston and the northeast, he finally has a debut recording to offer and we get to hear his tale as we listen to his tunes.
Then Kirby Sewell joins me. Kirby had to reschedule due to a gig conflict, so we added him to this evening.
The Kirby Sewell Band creates a unique combination of Blues, Rock, Gospel, Country & Soul music.
I will chat with Kirby and learn more about he , his band and their journey.
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