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OK OK OK It was LeBron talk all week but there are other sports news out there, let's talk about them too!
NFL News, Who will be affected more by injuries this season?
MLB who is lighting up the baseball world?
And Yes LeBron News - Let's talk about it Saturday on The Break It Down Show.
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The Saturday Morning tradition continues.
Join Sonny and Cuervo let's just have some fun.
Come on in and let's talk about the playoffs from the NBA and NHL, and news within the MLB!
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It is Sunday, that means it is time to tlak about all the news that is going on in the sports.
A Sunday morning tradition. Cuervo and Sonny and a cast of others that come in.
The Final Four, NFL moves, NBA, and MLB talk today.
Out of Lincoln, NE comes Josh Hoyer & The Shadowboxers.
Though Josh has been playing music in bands and solo and doing session work etc for years, this new band is less than 2 years old and have already earned their way to the 2014IBC in Memphis and been named 2013's Best Soul/R&B at the Omaha Entertainment Awards.
They released their self-titled debut album this past January and Josh is going to join me to talk about his life and career, the Shadowboxers and what is next for him to conquer.
Brad Stivers represented the Colorado Blues Society at the Youth Showcase for the IBC in 2011.
Now, Bad Brad & The Fat Cats are building reputation for high-energy Blues and winning fans across Colorado, Texas and beyond. Their new album, Take A Walk With Me is a collection of 12 origninals and includes guest performances by some top Blues musicians around.
Brad and I will talk about his journey and the new band and where they are heading.
Then we have TWO COUCH KID NEW MUSIC SEGMENTS - Both the day BEFORE the albums drop!
First, Mark Wenner comes by to talk about the new album by The Nighthawks, 444. This Washington, DC based band has been sharing their music for years and they continue to bring us fresh, cool blues with the new album.
Then Andy T & Nick Nixon come back with their latest album, Livin It Up, the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut, Drink, Drank Drunk.
I will chat with both Andy & Nick about the last couple of years and the reception their music is getting across the country and beyond.
A special show for a special night with "Musicians You Should Know"
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 as a guitar player, even being inducted into the "Brotherhood Of The Guitar" in the last year.
I will chat with Sadie about her new band, The Sadie Johnson Band, and what her life has been like since she joined TBOTG. We will also hear some of her music during the interview.
COUCH KID NEW MUSIC - Dave Keller comes by with his new release, Soul Changes, the followup to his Best Self Produced Winning CD, Where I'm Coming From.
I will chat with Dave about what he has been up to since he first joined me back on April 16, 2012 and his recent nomination for a BMA for Soul Blues Album.
Lisa and Ronn from Tall City Blues Fest will come by to talk about this year's affair. After only 3 short years, this festival in Midland, TX is attracting some of the biggest names in the Blues.
"Musicians You Should Know"
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 comprised of 11 original tunes with special guests sprinkled throughout.
I will chat with Dexter about his life and the new album and we will check out the tunes.
Kelley Hunt was born in Kansas City and immersed in the sounds of blues, R&B, roots rock, jazz and Gospel and the music has never stopped.
Kelley has recorded 6 albums, the latest entitled The Beautiful Bones, a collection of 12 songs all written or co-written by Ms Hunt.
I will chat with Kelley about her road, and the challenges she has faced along the way, whicle we listen to songs from the new album.
Blues411 Report with Chefjimi Patricola returns after a month away.. Lots to talk about indeed!
Finally...COUCH KID NEW MUSIC Selwyn Birchwood brings his Alligator Records debut, Don't Call No Ambulence, a week before it drops!
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Come on in as Cuervo, Couch, Tarvin, Scorekeeper, and more talk about this past week in sports news.
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Come on in as we talk Deshawn Jackson and NFL transactions after a greta talk about Jackson...
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 Challenge in Memphis, TN, and has shared the stage with many of the luminaries of the Blues.
Arthu and I will discuss his career, his IBC visits and his latest album, Laying It Down
Jim Byrnes was born in St. Louis, Missouri – that’s blues country. He grew up on the city’s north side. One of the neighborhood bars had Ike and Tina Turner as the house band.
Jim and Couch Kid Steve Dawson have been working together for some 6 years now and have produced numebrous albums together, including Jim's latest, St. Louis Times.
Oh and you might know Jim from his numerous roles in movies and TV including The "Wiseguy" TV Series and "The Jim Byrnes Show", a syndicated variety series that ran across Canada in 1998-99.
Jim and I will discuss his music and listen to songs from the new album
Shrimp City Slim (aka Gary Erwin) is a keyboard player/singer/songwriter based in Charleston, SC.
He has released 9 albums in his 27 years as a professional musician.
He has also promoted The Blues in the South carolina area since 1986, arranging and booking festivals in the area.
Slim and I will talk about this long career and listen to songs from his latest, Star Marina.
Then we have COUCH KID NEW MUSIC with Dudley Taft who returns with his new album, Screaming In The Wind.
Also, Tas Cru will call in to talk BMA Week and Marshall Lawrence will be calling in to share some big news!
"Musicians You Should Know"