Monday Nights At 9pm: An Hour Of Nothing But The Blues Hosted By Tom Marker.
It was another tough week in music as one of the Blues greats of the golden era of Chicago Blues, James Cotton, passed away. Tonight on Blues Breakers we’ll hear James from his own records, with Muddy Waters and more as he will be our Artist of the Week.
The cowboy hat wearing, guitar slinging, rowdy signing, Chicago bluesman Lonnie Brooks will be the Artist of the Week tonight on Blues Breakers.
Lurrie Bell was our Artist of the Week and we played some impressive new Blues, too, including Valerie June, Delbert McClinton and Guy Davis. It’s all right here.
Old and new Blues by Chicago Blues great Lurrie Bell tonight plus new Blues by Valerie June, Delbert McClinton and more. Keep up with the red hot Chicago Blues scene every Monday at 9pm, 93fm.
Celebrate the night before Mardi Gras tonight on Blues Breakers with Blues and related stuff from the south of Louisiana and some Mardi Gras party classics, too. 9pm to 10pm CST. Kermit Ruffins, Allen Toussaint, Ernie K Doe, Marcia Ball, and lots more. Let’s party!
Toronzo Cannon, the biggest current breakthrough star in Chicago Blues will be our Artist of the Week tonight on Blues Breakers. Plus, we’ll hear from C.J. Chenier and Ana Popovich as they are both in town this week and we’ll revisit the exciting new record by Ronnie Baker Brooks.
Hear new Ronnie Baker Brooks, Rolling Stones, Big Head Blues Club and Omar Coleman. Plus, some really great sides from Chicago living legend, Billy Boy Arnold, our artist of the week. Blues Breakers at 9p every Monday.
Hear a few songs from our Artist of the Week, Ruth Brown, a couple from the new album Ronnie Bakers Brooks and new Chicago Blues by Omar Coleman, The Corey Dennison Band plus the Rolling Stones and more on Blues Breakers tonight.
On Blues Breakers tonight we will reveal, exclusively, some very big news about the 2017 Chicago Blues Festival and announce the nightly headliners.
Ronnie Baker Brooks is Chicago Blues royalty. He was born in to the blues. His is a blues family tree. We have been waiting 10 years for a new RBB album and now, here it comes. Join Ronnie and Tom Marker for the full hour on Blues Breakers tonight from 9-10.