March 15, 2021

Blues and Rhythm Show 311 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, March 16, 2021 (10:00 to 12:00 noon)

Earl Hooker, Gene Phillips, T-Bone Walker, Country steel guitar on this week’s program. Also, a brief segment devoted to blues of the 1940s and tracks featuring piano player Blind John Davis.

“Are you angry with me, darlin’? Are you sorry that we met?” — Jimmie Lee Robinson

On the Show:

T-Bone Walker – Jerry Byrd – Big Time Sarah – Johnny Moeller – Original Sloth Band – MonkeyJunk – Frank Hovington – Johnnie Bee – St.c Louis Jimmy – Rosetta Howard – Arbee Stidham – James Brown – Albert King – Nappy Brown – and others.

Listen to the program each week at FM 93.3 in Hamilton or on CFMU online at cfmu.ca. The program will be available to stream or download until for eight weeks until May 11th as a podcast. Just go the website, scroll through 40 shows to Tuesday 10:00 am bring up the right playlist and stream or download the show.

Next Week


August 12, 2013

Blues and Rhythm Show 92 on 93.3 CFMU (Hamilton, Ontario)

Swear to Tell the Truth for Tuesday, August 13th, 2013 (1:00-2:30 pm)

No feature this week, but we do have a couple of rare boogie tracks and a brief set of blues from the thirties. Later in the program, soul from Quinn Ivy’s Broadway Sound Studios of Sheffield, Alabama and a couple of tacks from Memphis. There’ll be some golden era gospel along the way , as well

On the show: 

Joe Turner –  Robert Johnson  –  Big Bill – Rosetta Howard – Downchild Blues Band – Tony Borders –  Bill Brandon – Timmy Thomas – Dixie Hummingbirds – Montreal Jubilation Choir – Booker T. Jones – and others

Listen to the program at FM 93.3 in Hamilton or on CFMU online at cfmu.mcmaster.ca. The program will be available to stream or as a podcast until September 10th.

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Next week (August 20th)

Another general program next week. No feature. We have more loose ends to tie. We have decided to postpone our repeat of the John Lomax Southern Journey feature and reschedule for August 27th, last Tuesday of the summer.


For anyone interested in Zydeco music after our special on Cajun and Zydeco, two weeks ago, there is a pretty comprehensive full-length study of the music by Michael Tisserand–The Kingdom of Zydeco (Avon, 1998).



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