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Too Slim & The Taildraggers formed in 1986 in Spokane Washington.
Tim Langford is the founder and leader of the band and he will join me to talk about the journey from Washington to Nashville where he relocated in 2012.
his latest release, Blue Heart shows the influence of his new home and of producer Tom Hambridge.
Randy Scott's first attempt at the music business went so poorly, he put down the guitar, cut his hair and turned off all music for over 10 years.
Then a chance visit to a Guitar Center one afternoon became the starting point of a journey that named him the 4th Annual Guitar Center King Of The Blues.
His debut album is called Out Of The Blue and was produced by mutli-Grammy Award winning producer Pete Anderson.
Mike Zito has been playing guitar since the age of 5 and had his debut on Eclecto Groove Records.
Since then he has earned a 2010 Blues Music Award for Song Of The Year (Pearl River with Cyril Neville) and was nominated in 2011 for Best Rock Blues Album (Greyhound).
he is one of the founders of Royal Southern Brotherhood and has just released his lated Gone To Texas.
I will sit with Mike and explore this fasinating career.
Finally, 'Couch Kid' JP Blues returns to us with new music, his album, Make Room At The Table.
It's good to talk.