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Johnson City Blues. Clarence Green. Mistreated Blues. Walter "Kid" Smith. Haunted Road Blues. Clarence Ashley. Skyla has been performing since the age of 13 and recorded her first original demo at the age of In addition to being an accomplished singer; she also writes songs and plays guitar, piano, and bass.

One of the Great Pennsylvania Blues Bands! Leading the Pennsylvania blues band is Octavia, noted for her outstanding skills on the harmonica and sultry vocals. Born and raised in Philly, Octavia has been performing since the age of 5. She has sung and played her harmonica in a huge variety of bands throughout the U.

Heading the group is Dave Mell, who's been playing the blues since in many bands throughout the Eastern PA area. Known as the East Coast's blue-eyed soul man, Billy Price has been entertaining audiences for the last three decades. Regarded as an institution in his hometown of Pittsburgh, Billy first attracted national attention with his three-year association with guitarist Roy Buchanan, touring venues throughout the U.

A Loving Tribute to the Blues Brothers! Fabulous" Rubin. The talented PA blues band covers the best material from the Blues Brothers; as well as other classic blues, funk, and soul tunes. The Bottom Shelf Blues Band plays a lively variety of blues and classic rock tunes that are bound to keep audiences moving and grooving.

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  1. White House Blues Lyrics: McKinley hollered, McKinley squalled / Doc said to McKinley, "I can't find that ball" / From Buffalo to Washington / Roosevelt in the White House, he's doing his best.
  2. Aug 10,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group White House Blues · Bill Monroe Country Music Hall Of Fame ℗ MCA Nashville, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Composer.
  3. Sep 23,  · White House's debut album is more than just another bluegrass supergroup "session" in that the band plays like they've been together for decades with a strong cohesive presence. Besides being neighbors in the same town, the band clearly has considerable togetherness and friendship that have helped draw them closer/5(5).
  4. Feb 07,  · The White House Blues is an american folk (or old-time) song, which is a standard in string bands. Its first known recording dates back to , when Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers cut it for Columbia Records in New York City.
  5. White Country Blues A Lighter Shade of Blue is an excellent, revealing track, double-disc collection culled from the Columbia, American and OKeh vaults. All of the material on this double-disc set was recorded by country artists that drew heavily from the blues, whether it was incorporating the genre into their own compositions or 8/
  6. Apr 12,  · didsfecbiwhilrare.ununitlartabesympphrathlospebotu.co House Blues, Tom, Brad & Alice, from “Carve That Possum” didsfecbiwhilrare.ununitlartabesympphrathlospebotu.co House Blues, Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys, from “Live Recordings Off the Record Volume 1” didsfecbiwhilrare.ununitlartabesympphrathlospebotu.coey, The Greenbriar Boys, from “Best of the Vanguard Years” didsfecbiwhilrare.ununitlartabesympphrathlospebotu.co House Blues, John Renbourn, from “Faro Annie”.
  7. “In Performance at the White House: Red, White and Blues” is a PBS special taped in the East Room of the White House celebrating Blues music. .
  8. Note: CDR copies and downloads may be ordered from the the Public Services Office of the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division (see ordering proceedures).Selected recordings that were released by Rounder Records on CD are now out of print but might be obtained from retailers of used recordings.

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