Thursday, February 22, 2018
The Eclectic Chair Podcast #122 with Trish Lewis is pulled out by
BARK. (Tim Lee & Susan Bauer Lee) bring Lazarus in this Year of the Dog.
F.O.R. Collective (Friends of Ron Rosco Selley)
featuring Larry McCray come to The Crossing and featuring Paul Randolph
turn Gradually Blue like so many Friends of Rosco A 2018 Reed Recording Company Premier.
Peter Calo stays One Step Ahead of Crazy in his Time Machine.
Aaron Nathan & Michael G. Ronstadt seek Peace & Safety while they Hang on For the Ride.
Emily Mure gives Almost Everything Worth.
Zoe Schwartz Blue Commotion is Free From You because This Is The Life I Choose.
Leonard Griffie swears I’m Not Like That since it’s Better Late Than No Time Soon.
Johnny Fink and The Intrusion is tired of being Damn Broke!
Lightnin’ Willie heard the Phone Stopped Ringing on No Black No White Just Blues.
Jim Allchin makes no Bad Decisions on Decisions.
Dani Wilde Live At Brighton Road won’t beg us Don’t Quit Me Baby.
Mr. Sipp opens his own Juke Joint ready to Knock A Hole In It!
Alastair Greene gets us to dance his Rain Stomp on a Dream Train.
Willa and Company meet up with Demons during Better Days.
Hour Two of The Eclectic Chair #122 is pulled out by
Last Charge of the Light Horse Where Winter Ends as we Race To The Sound.
Gus Spenos promises It’s Lovin’ I Guarantee and not just for his Lil’ Dog from It’s Lovin’ I Guarantee.
The Farm Hands know Anywhere Is Home of Colors,
Wilson Banjo Co. climb Shiner’s Mountain seeking Spirits In The Hills,
Remington Ryde consoles a Crazy Heart with A Storyteller’s Memory
and Brad Hudson loves Hugging The Hound
from his Next New Heartbreak all from Pinecastle Records.
Tom Beaulieu knows Martha’s Vineyard Dishwasher’s Blues walking his Rogue Corgi.
Jeff Schrems with cornpone’s Jon Potrykus, James Nelson, Dan Wall & Lindsey Lou Williams knows the Monster In Me because You Know What They Say!
AKA The Theme from Tonia L. Carrier’s movie Bailiwick.
Ghost Town Blues Band sees the Tip of My Hat for their Backstage Pass.
Jeff Yantz and The Barnhands spend way too much time In Tall Buildings with a Face For Radio.
John McNamara lives through One Impossible Night by Rollin’ With It.
The Stephen Stanley Band survive 40 Endings featuring David Corley from Jimmy & The Moon.
Val Starr and Blues Rocket warn You Better Stop because I Always Turn The Blues On.
Joe Sullivan knows You Can’t Go Home even if you’re a Schlock Star.
An American Underdog himself Andy Reed The Show Goes On
for all of we who enjoy Oddities and Entities and
Bob Hausler puts The Eclectic Chair #122 back upside down on the table
because we Ain’t Hit Bottom (with) Family, Friends, and the Good Life.
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The Eclectic Chair Podcast Playlist 122
18.Gus Spenos “Lil’ Dog” It’s Lovin’ I Guarantee 2018 Self https://www.gusspenos.com/
21. Remington Ryde “Crazy Heart” A Storyteller’s Memory 2017 Pinecastle Records http://pinecastlemusic.com/ or https://www.remingtonryde.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/Remington-Ryde-206393889536/
28. The Stephen Stanley Band “40 Endings” featuring David Corley Jimmy & The Moon 2017 Wolfe Island Records https://wolfeislandrecords.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/StephenStanleyMusic-117596244303/
29. Val Starr and Blues Rocket “You Better Stop” I Always Turn The Blues On 2017 Valerie Starr Ellis Music https://www.valstarrandthebluesrocket.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/valstarrandthebluesrocket/ or https://twitter.com/TheBluesRocket
30. Joe Sullivan “You Can’t Go Home” Schlock Star 2014 Reed Recording Co./Futureman Records https://futuremanrecords.bandcamp.com/album/schlock-star or https://www.facebook.com/joe.sullivan.5243
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