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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

SHOW # 276 Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With Musicians You Should Know The Bean Blossom Festival is a Partner of Music On The Couch this year. Grant Stuart, Festival Organizer will come by to discuss the festival, the music and the different events available for this family friendly weekend. David Michael Miller returns with his new album, Same Soil for a Couch Kid New Music Segment. I will chat with David and find out what has been going on in his life since his visit on August 25, 2014. Amy Black has a sensational voice and is a native of Alabama, so why not go to Muscle Shoals and record her album, The Muscle Shoals Sessions. I will speak with Amy about her journey in music and in life as we listen to some cuts from this tasty album. A second Couch Kid New Music Segment with Dexter Allen. Dexter last joined me a little over a year ago on June 2, 2014. He has new music to share and I can't wait to share it al with you.
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On-Demand Episodes

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

Monica Parker affectionately known as Sista Monica Parker "the lioness of the blues" recently gained national TV placement of her music on the Fox channel. Her original song "Show Me What You're Working With" was on the hit show... more

Two great musicians from two iconic Southern bands join me on this evening. First, Jimmy Hall joins me. Jimmy was born in Birmingham, Alabama and raised in Mobile by a musical family steeped in gospel tradition. At the age of 20, he... more

Arsen Shomakhov came to us through our friend Carol T. Arsen grew up in Russia and in 2005 came to the IBC in Memphis where he made the Semi-Finals. In 2007 he won the right to play on the Emerging Artist Stage at The... more

The band Tweed Funk earned their way to the 2012 IBC by way of the Grafton Blues Society. Not bad for a band together for less than a year. Their debut album, Bringin It brought the band huge recognition and airplay. Joseph... more

Rebroadcast from September 2011 as I am traveling... Jack Rowell is a blue eyed soul singer & versatile guitar player from Memphis. Signed by Atlantic Records at 15 he has been performing ever since. He has played and toured... more
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