THE BLUES TRAIL REVISITED PODCAST
9. Delta Blues Alley, Sean Bad Apple

9. Delta Blues Alley, Sean Bad Apple

June 15, 2021

Juneteenth is coming this Saturday, and we're checking out a couple of new Clarksdale, MS music venues--the Delta Blues Alley Cafe and the Bad Apple Blues Club--and ask the owners what it takes to bring even more music to Bluestown. Featuring music by Earnest Guitar Roy, Frank Rimmer, Lucious Spiller, Sean Bad Apple and Anthony "Big A" Sherrod. 

8. Blues Music Awards preview

8. Blues Music Awards preview

June 1, 2021

The Blues Trail Revisited Podcast interviews Blues Foundation President and CEO Patty Aden about this weekend's Blues Music Awards and offers a sample of who is contending in the 25 categories. 

7. Steve Azar, Blues Trail Music Report 5-26-21

7. Steve Azar, Blues Trail Music Report 5-26-21

May 27, 2021

Introducing Steve Azar, Mississippi's Official Cultural and Music Ambassador, songwriter, musician, philanthropist and filmmaker--and creator of the Blues Trail Revisited theme song, "Flatlands." We're also introducing a new department on the podcast, the Blues Trail Music Report, with Tameal Edwards, booking manager at Ground Zero Blues Club. She will be joining us on every podcast to tell us who's coming to play in Clarksdale.

6. Hambone, Ground Zero and Red’s

6. Hambone, Ground Zero and Red’s

May 15, 2021

This episode we're checking out some of Clarksdale's blues music venues--Stan Street's Hambone Gallery, The Ground Zero Blues Club, and Red's Lounge. With music every night of the week, you can't go wrong dropping into any of these places.

1.Juke Joint Festival, Visit Clarksdale, Kingfish Ingram
5. Ghalia Volt, Meraki Coffee, Johnny Rawls

5. Ghalia Volt, Meraki Coffee, Johnny Rawls

April 30, 2021

We're doing some post-Juke Joint Festival follow up with the newly re-invented one-woman-band Ghalia Volt, visiting Meraki Roasting Company and found out it was more than just a coffee shop, and catching up with veteran Soul Blues pioneer Johnny Rawls.

4. Jesse Cotton Stone, Shy and Bill Perry, Cat Head and Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

4. Jesse Cotton Stone, Shy and Bill Perry, Cat Head and Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

April 18, 2021

It's the final day of Clarksdale's Juke Joint Festival, and we talk with Jesse Cotton Stone about what the heck Hell Country Blues is, Shy and Howlin' Madd Perry about their future plans, Roger Stolle's Cat Head store, and Rev. Peyton and what his Big Damn Band have been up to during the last weird year.

3. Hal Reed, Grace Askew, Robert Kimbrough Sr. and Monkeys Riding Dogs

3. Hal Reed, Grace Askew, Robert Kimbrough Sr. and Monkeys Riding Dogs

April 17, 2021

Saturday is the biggest day of the Juke Joint Festival weekend, and we meet up with musician, author and educator Hal Reed, songwriter-singer Grace Askew, drop in on Robert Kimbrough Sr.'s CD release party, grab some barbecue and watch the legendary monkeys riding dogs.

2. Harmonica Bean, Libby Rae Watson, Cadillac John, and Barbecue

2. Harmonica Bean, Libby Rae Watson, Cadillac John, and Barbecue

April 16, 2021

Day two of the Juke Joint Festival where we reconnect with some old music favorites and a new food vendor--very tasty all around!

Episode 1: Visit Clarksdale and “Kingfish” Ingram

Episode 1: Visit Clarksdale and “Kingfish” Ingram

April 15, 2021

Kickoff of the 2021 Juke Joint Festival with Visit Clarksdale's Bubba O'Keefe, Cat Head's Roger Stolle and Christone "Kingfish" Ingram.

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