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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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COUCH KID NEW MUSIC brings Mike Crownover from the No Refund Band back onto The Couch with an early listen to theri upcoming album Current State Of Blue... in fact, this IS A WORLD PREMIER! From San Diego, we will speak with Missy Andersen, who likens her musical approach to Soul dipped in Blues. As a teenager, she opened on tour for Cissy Houston and has not looked back since. Her second solo album is entitled In The Moment and missy and I will explore her journey and where she is heading. Deeply rooted in traditional blues, yet delivering high-energy house-rocking performances with a thoroughly contemporary impact, harp-playing vocalist Rob Stone is one of the busiest young bandleaders on the blues scene today. His album Gotta Keep Rollin' is his fourth album and with talent like Eddie Shaw, John Primer, Chris James, Patrick Ryynn and more performing behind him, oyu know the music is red-hot. I will talk with Rob and we will find out how he got to where he is at such a young age and what he hopes to accomplish with his career. "Musicians You Should Know"
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Guitarist, singer, songwriter Little G Weevil is one of the most unique entertainers on the scene today. This high energy and very laid back performer sings his heart out, picks his guitar like he just got "struck by lightning" and tells his real life... more

When bands traveled to Austrailia in the 80's and 90's, Isaiah B Brunt was their go-to guy for a guitarist and the studio of choice. Isaiah has worked with Julio Iglesias and his orchestra, the Goo Goo Dolls and more. He represented the... more

Joel DaSilva has blues running through his veins. Born and raised in Chicago, DaSilva hails from a musical family. His mom and dad traveled through Brazil & the Ukraine, his mom siging and dad accompanying her on the guitar.... more

Roy Howell's musical career has spanned from being an artist/writer/producer on RCA Records to scoring award-winning music for The Discovery Channel. He is considered one of the best slide guitarists in the world and has recorded with... more

Sista Monica Parker was scheduled for this episode, but never made it. Then Kenny Lee Lewis joins me. Kenny is a regular touring member, producer and writer for The Steve Miller Band since 1982. An accomplished studio... more

James Armstrong was born in Los Angeles. Armstrong's mother was a blues singer and his father played jazz guitar. James started performing at the age of eight and by the time he was 17, he was touring across the country. Since then... more

Will Johns has been playing his riffs across the globe for more than 15 years with a blend of fiery vocals and guitar wizardry. Will is son of actress/model Paula Boyd, and L.A. Record Producer/Engineer Andy Johns (The Rolling Stones, Led... more

Omar Kent Dykes hails from McComb, Miss. , a town with the distinction of being home turf for Bo Didley. Omar started playing guitar at seven, took to hanging out in edge-of-town juke joints at 12 and joined his first band at 13. He and... more

Fantastic week of shows from Beale Street with over 100 interviews. Tonight, we wrap it all up 9pm CST http://goo.gl/djvqR Guests On This Episode: The WIRED! Band - Winners Band Challenge Ray Bonneville - Winner Solo/Duo Challenge... more

Join us as we talk to the entrants as their Challenge begins. Guests On This Episode: Heidi "Tuba Ho" Knochenhaur - IBC Judge/Blues Fan Owen Poteat - Blue Ridge Blues Society Ross Neilsen - Harvest Jazz & Blues Festival Kajetan... more
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