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John Ginty, Port City Prophets, Charles Burton, Bare Bones

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Organist John Ginty was an original member of Robert Randolph & the Family Band, garnering two Grammy Nominations, as well as a Gospel Music Award. He also appeared on the Blind Boys of Alabama's Grammy Award winner Higher Ground.

He has a new album entitled Bad News Travels, but there is no Bad News about it. John and I will explore his history as we listen to tunes from the album.

From the South Carolina Low-Country, come the Port City Prophets. A blues trio which embodies the honest , gritty way of life from which the music rises.

Between them they bring almost 100 years of stage experience to each performance. Great Band. I will chat with Troy, Tim and Henry about their careers and listen to music from Mule

Charles Burton has been playing Blues, Country, Rock, and Roots music for over forty years.

He headlined the Fresno Blues Festival with the late great Hosea Leavy in 1995. In 2009 he won San Diego's International Blues Challenge and the San Diego's King of the Blues competition.

Charles and I will explore his history while listening to Sweet Potato Pie nominated for Best Blues Album by the San Diego Music Awards.

Finally, 'Couch Kids' Helen & Iain from Bare Bones Boogie Band will wake up early over in England and chat with me about their new album, Tattered & Torn...