Listen: Episode 1430

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It’s been a truly incredible summer for new Blues music, and this week’s shift inside the Home for New & Independent Blues Music strikes the perfect balance between big name new releases and truly independent artists. You’ll hear new tunes from Joe Bonamassa, JP Soars and Sugar Ray & the Bluetones; as well as listen to incredible songs off self released records from AC Myles, Doug Prescott Band and more!

There’s also a track that, at first glance, you’ll think we’ve played before. Duncan Street, following the amazing reception from Blues fans for their stripped down song “Watermelon, Barbecue & Beer,” went back into the studio and recorded a brand new mix featuring a full band, horns and backup singers. The song remains the same, but the recording is something completely new!

Courtesy Blue Corn Music

Courtesy Blue Corn Music

The featured selection from inside “Johnny’s Mailbox” is “Singing the Blues” by Ruthie Foster. Her new album, Promise Of A Brand New Day, is available beginning August 19, 2014 from Blue Corn Music. The record has a dozen songs and guest appearances by Doyle Bramhall II and Toshi Reagon. Promise Of A Brand New Day was produced by Meshell Ndegeocello. Ruthie Foster, the Blues Music Award winning and Grammy Nominated singer and songwriter, is touring in support of this new release. You can find her complete tour schedule, additional album information, and much more on her official website, RuthieFoster.com

1. AC Myles – Queen Bee – Reconsider Me
2. JP Soars – Back to Broke – Full Moon Night In Memphis
3. Damon Fowler – Sounds Of Home – Sounds Of Home
4. Joe Bonamassa – Different Shades of Blue – Different Shades Of Blue
5. Doug Prescott Band – A Month In Texas – Karma & The Big Caboose
6. Duncan Street – Watermelon, Barbecue & Beer (Remix) (Radio Single)
7. Morgan Davis – Now That Hubert Is Gone – I Got My Own
8. Too Slim & the Taildraggers – The Light – Anthology
9. Jim Byrnes – The Journey Home – St. Louis Times
10. Sugar Ray & the Bluetones – It’s Never As Bad As It Looks – Living Tear To Tear
11. Sunny Lowdown – Red Devil Blues – The Blues Volume Low
12. Laith Al-Saadi – Complete Disgrace – Real
13. Ruthie Foster – Singing the Blues – Promise Of A Brand New Day

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