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Vinny Bond

Music On The Couch


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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.

Upcoming Broadcasts

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 recorded, mixed and mastered the album inside of one day, and they have been touring venues and festivals since. I'll chat with the band and find out more about their journey and where they are heading. Noah Wotherspoon Band took 2nd place at the International Blues Challenge this year and he was named Gibson Guitar Player of The Year. The new album, Mystic Mud just dropped and is already making noise throughout the Blues World. I get to chat with Noah about his life and music and he may even have Rob & Brian along for the ride! Jimmy Wolf is a member of the Turtle Clan Mohawk Tribe from upstate New York and has played on stages with some of the most revered Bluesmen around including Buddy Guy, Jr. Wells, Albert King and Albert Collins. His latest release is a Tribute to Little Johnny Taylor and I will speak with Jimmy about his finding the Blues and his career. Finally, Tad Robinson joins me. Tad and I were supposed to hook up a few years back, but it never did. Tonight he will be coming by to talk about his new release, Day Into Night and we will learn more about this talented artist while we explore the music on the album.
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Until now, Mark Robinson has been known in musician circles for his guitar gigs with Bob Cheevers, Tad Robinson, Carrie Newcomer, Cory Batten, Davis Raines, and many more. But with his CD, Quit your Job, Play Guitar, he steps out as... more

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... more

Hailing from Southern California, singer/songwriter/composer Lawrence Lebo is an artist who is enthralled with and dedicated to American Roots Music. In addition to her more than 20 years experience as an accomplished vocalist,... more

Colin McGrath did not make the show this eveing... Sybil Gage is an award winning Jazz and Blues singer/songwriter who has been compared to Eartha Kitt, Dinah Washington, Pearl Bailey, Corinne Bailey-Rae, Laura Nyro, and Janis... more

Darryl Gregory has had a widing journey to where he is today. A classically trained trombonist he spent a decade or so playing in symphonies and big band jazz bands. He has played Indonesian music with a group that creates their... more

Celebrating the music coming out of California... The Strata-tones are; Vocals; Valerie Johnson, Guitar's and Vocals; Bruce Krupnik, Harmonica and Vocals; Kevin McCracken, Keyboards; Ken Burton, Fender Bass; Wil Anderson; Drums;... more

Terry Robb began his career in Portland as a hot-shot guitar-slinger who could play any style of music and excel at them all. At an early age, inspired by his uncle, a professional swing guitarist, Robb immersed himself in all the blues,... more

Keaton Simons plays music simply because he has to. With an extensive palate including a degree in Ethnomusicology, Keaton's craving for a diverse musical adventure has pushed him into many different genres. He's worked as a writer,... more

Juke Joint Jonny is a Blues man, band leader, singer, songwriter and historian. Born in Newark, New Jersey in 1950, he was introduced at a very young age to the ?Folk Blues? by sharecroppers who moved North and shared their... more

Chefjimi joins me to discuss the Chicago Blues Festival Merchandise Tent situation. Then, The Bush League take to The Couch. The band consists of JohnJay on Vocals, Shane on Guitar, Gwen on Drums and Royce on Bass.... more
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