Hans Theessink has a new album ready for the world. The album will be released in April, but Hans is giving us the WORLD PREMIER of Wishing Well. Bo Diddley called Hans "One helluva Guitar Player" and with 25 albums under his belt after 40 years in the business, he deserves to be called a master of the Delta/Piedmont roots blues style. I will talk with Hans as we debut the new album.
Mark Hitt began playing guitar at age 10 and continues to learn new techniques every day. he has been a part of some of the top NY bands over the years including Rat Race Choir, The Tubes and has played with Leslie West, John Entwistle, Felix Cavaliere and others. We will sit and talk and listen to music from his album, TorQue.
Barbara Carr began her career on the Chess Records Label. Since then she has not stopped turning heads with her Southern Soul stylings. Her 14th album, Keep The Fire Burning has resulted in Carr's BMA nomination for Soul Blues Female Artist Of The Year. We will chat and listen to her music.
Eric Hughes has been a staple on the streets of Memphis for some 15 years. He helped create the Memphis blues Society and he sat on The Couch back in August of 2010. He comes back to The Couch to share his brand new album with us and discuss how his life has changed over the last three years.