Art Schuna returns to the airwaves on Two For the Blues this Saturday after a 2 month absence and will feature Bobby Rush and Them. Bobby Rush is celebrating 50 years as a blues performer with a 4 CD box set, Chicken Heads: A 50-Year History of Bobby Rush. At 80 years old, Bobby Rush […]
Sad news for the Madison Blues community last week, as we lost both Finis Tasby and Michael Coleman. See the video recorded here in Madison at the Knuckledown Saloon.
On the October 4th edition of Two For the Blues hosted by Art Schuna, John Tefteller was the special guest. John is a major collector of pre-war blues records and specializes in the Paramount record label that was based in Grafton, WI. The Paramount label produced an incredible number of recordings by artists such as […]
John Brim was born in Hopkinsville, KY in 1922 and moved to Chicago in 1947. He first recorded for the Detroit label Fortune in 1950 playing the guitar with his wife Grace on harmonica and taking on the vocals. Big Maceo Merriweather backed them on piano, but due to his stroke only did the left […]
Art Schuna is planning to celebrate Chinese New Year on Two For The Blues January 25th with a whole show of blues songs about equines.
Houston bluesman Texas Johnny Brown died July 1, 2013 at age 85. He was born John Riley Brown in Choctaw County, Missisippi on February 22, 1928. He began in the music business as a member of the Aladdin Chickenshackers and made his first recordings for the Aladdin label backing Amos Milburn as a member of […]