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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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Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know" Chris Duarte grew up in Texas and bagan playing his brother's guitar and bought his first guitar at age 14. 37 years, 14 albums (including one 'best of', 2 instructional DVDs and thousands of performances later, he is still going strong. Chris and I will talk about his life and careet and check out songs from his latest Lucky 13. Lisa Mills was born in Mississippi and now lives in Alabama. She has been sharing her vocals, for many years, appearing on a Big Town Playboy's album. Her 2010 released, Tempered in Fire, and the world truly found her. Her new album, I'm Changing, is not really a new album, but a reworking of an album she released in 2005. What made her do this? What are her goals? We'll find out when I speak with Lisa. Michael Oneill is a singer/songwriter, producer, readio host and road warrior and he will join me to talk about all that and more. His new album is entitled I Like It Like That is a "deeply personal diary of ONeill's inner journey and his introspective take on the challenges of life, love and loss". From his first tour at age of 24, when he opened for then unknown U2. His list of touring partners and songwriting partners will impress you greatly. The Colorado Blues Society needed to raise funds for their Blues In The Schools Program, so they cut an album! Entitled Jam For Blues In The Schools, it was recorded one Saturday afternoon. Behind the direction of Couch Kids, Dan Treanor and Erica Brown, the album was recorded live, one take without any overdubs and turned out awful special. I will chat with Dan, Erica, and Scott Fitzke about this project and let you know how you can support this great cause.
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This is a first for Music On The Couch. We will be broadcasting a live performance by Cee Cee James and Rob 'Slideboy' Andrews from the Leslie Cafe in Leslie, Arkansas. We will also talk to Cee Cee and Rob during their set... more

Harpdog Brown was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, started playing Blues in 1981 and never looked back. He has shared the stage with such greats as Matt ?Guitar? Murphy, Pinetop Perkins, Kenny ?Blues Boss? Wayne and others. In... more

The Charles Walker Band is Charles Walker - Saxophone/Keyboards, Porsche Carmon - Vocals/Hand Percussion, Brad Karas - Bass Guitar, Terence Pettigrew - Drums. Not only are they superlative funk, R&B and blues artists, but their love... more

Paul Zunno grew up in East Northport, Long Island. Zunno has written songs for other artists and his music can be heard on radio, television and film. Paul Zunno held the distinct honor of playing lead guitar for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame... more

Tip Of The Top are a San Francisco Bay Area band that has taken the blues scene by storm since 2009. The band's musical style is reminiscent of the 1950's. Their live show delivers all the primitive pulsating rhythms, repetitive chord... more

Jo Harman's evocative voice, and exciting stagecraft, has seen her dubbed one of the most compelling singers of her generation. From initial attention grabbing performances at The Great Escape Festival and headlining prestigious London... more

Amy Hart was born and raised in the Chicago Area. She began singing in blues bands in Chicago as a youngster and has opened for Koko Taylor, Junior Wells and James Cotton. She started her own blend of roots and blues in the 80's... more

Lisa Biales began her career at 13 and has released 6 albums on her own label since then. She weaves a down home blues vernacular with finger style guitar to create songs that feel like they have been around forever. Her latest is entitled... more

Franc Robert caught the fever from Eric Clapton in 1980 and has been working his guitar ever since. From Montreal to Tampa, he played in the local jams whenever he could. After a six year sabbatical so he could work to keep his... more

The third of our Roundtables, where we bring in experts in their field and let them discuss the industry and thier feelings toward music today. Past Roundtables were with Music Bloggers and Industry PR Representitives. For this roundtable, we... more
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