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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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Danny Bryant is Walter Trout's protégé and while Walter is recovering from his successful Liver Transplant, Danny and Walter's son Jon are out with the Walter Trout Band bringing the music to the fans. I will speak with them both about the tour and the reaction from the fans and how Walter is doing. We will also hear some of Danny's music. Colleen Rennison is 25 years old, but has the vocal abilities and stage presence of someone who has been at it much longer. Her debut solo album is entitled ?See The Sky About To Rain? and it was produced, recorded and mixed by Couch Kid Steve Dawson, who also plays guitars on all the tracks.This is one special lady with a great debut album. David Michael Miller began singing, like many, in church. The Buffalo, NY native is also the front man for Dive House Union who made the semi-finals in the IBC this year. David has released his solo album, ?Poisons Sipped? and we will talk about his journey and where he is headed. Finally, Couch Kid Anni Piper returns to talk about her current tour of North America. Remember Anni has been on twice before, once in December of 2012 and then in April of 2013, when ?Split Second? her album with Nicole Hart came out; which was a direct result of both them being on that December episode of Music On The Couch. ?Musician You Should Know?
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I first met Sadie Johnson three years ago at the International Blues Challenge. She and her older sister Sam were there as part of the Youth Showcase with their band The Sad Sam Blues Jam. Since that time, Sadie had grown tremendously... more

Dexter Allen grew up in Mississippi and began playing guitar at age 12. After years of performing in Gospel Groups, Dexter began playing blues & R&B and landed a gig with Bobby Rush. Dexter's new album, BluezOf My Soul is... more

Award winning Blues and Boogie Woogie pianist Arthur Migliazza began playing the piano professionally at age 13. Arthur has been inducted into the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame, was a finalist at the 2010 and 2014 International Blues... more

Dylan Doyle has been steeped in everything from Robert Johnson to Hendrix. From this comes a unique musical interpretation that lies somewhere within the delta of rock, rockabilly, and the blues. Dylan is gaining popularity and will be... more

Self-taught from his impressive collection of blues vinyl, Mikey Jr. was a full time musician before he even graduated high-school. By the time he was in his early twenties, seasoned players were taking notice. Now, he has a new album,... more

Malaya Blue has been a singer-songwriter for most of her life, singing gospel music in the church choir and since then she's gone from strength to strength. In 2011, she guested on blues-rock guitarist Mick Simpson's album, ‘Cruel... more

Kenny "Blues Boss" Wayne began performing early on in his life. Even with a 20-year gap in performing, he has seen the world while thrilling audiences with his masterful boogie woogie piano and soulful vocals. A child prodigy, Kenny began... more

Terry Quiett has released ten albums since 1999 proving his staying power, while allowing him to develop his exceptional talents as a singer, songwriter and virtuoso instrumentalist in preparation for ?overnight success? he has earned... more

Bill "Watermelon Slim" Holmans. What can you say about this man? Bonnie Raitt probably said it best when at a 2009 concert she called Slim a "living blues legend". Born in Boston, Slim was raised in North Carolina listening to the... more

J.J. Thames was raised in a blue-collar family. J.J. began performing at the tender age of 9 years old, and became a blues- shouting banshee by the time she was just 18 years old. She cut her teeth after moving down to Jackson, MS. Where... more
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