“Wiltshire Grave” – Victor Wainwright

One of the new tracks by Victor Wainwright and The Train. This album could very possibly be Victor’s best release to date. A stellar performance by Victor, Pat Harrington on guitar, Billy Dean on drums, Terrance Grayson on bass, and horns by Roomful of Blues alumni Doug Woolverton and Mark Earley. This track Wiltshire Grave was performed live last December at The Palladium Theatre in St. Pete, FL. Enjoy….these guys really do it right !!!!

“Waves of Sadness” – Rockin’ Jake

The Rockin’ Jake Band from Florida’s east coast turned it up a notch at The Bank & Blues in Daytona Beach on September 15th. Their set features many originals and covers of Blues classics. This original – ‘Waves of Sadness’ is one of my favorites. The band is Rockin Jake on vocals and harmonica, Rich Conklin on drums, Charles Gasper on bass, and Steve Laudicina on guitar. These guys are constantly on the road so it shouldn’t be hard to catch them. For tour and band info – www.rockinjake.com

Inn Between Goodwill Blues Show – Part 2 – Ronnie Earl & Sue Foley

Part 2 of the 6 part video series from Salt Lake City, Utah during the Utah Blues Festival: Ronnie Earl & The Utah Blues Society arranged a community outreach show at The Inn Between, a hospice for the homeless. Ronnie Earl, Sue Foley, Chris K Royal, & Dave Clark along with Utah Blues Society board member, Tripp Hopkins. Provided close to an hour of entertainment to the residents and staff of the hospice.These talented musicians provided an afternoon of friendship & entertainment for a very grateful audience.

Inn Between Goodwill Blues Show – Part 1 – Ronnie Earl & Chris K Royal

Part 1 of the 6 part video series from Salt Lake City, Utah during the Utah Blues Festival: Ronnie Earl & The Utah Blues Society arranged a community outreach show at The Inn Between, a hospice for the homeless. Initially, Ronnie Earl was to play 30 minutes for the residents & staff. Instead, we enjoyed (almost) an hour-long performance by: Ronnie Earl, Sue Foley, Chris K Royal, & Dave Clark along with Utah Blues Society board member, Tripp Hopkins. These talented musicians provided an afternoon of friendship & entertainment for a very grateful audience. This heartfelt event shows just one example of how The Blues has healing power, the kindness of its community & the generosity of its musicians. For more information on the services provided by this much-needed facility, visit them at www.tibhospice.org