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The month of APRIL in Roots, Blues & Rock History
Obscure, murky, contentious and discourteous bulletins that delve into the history of roots, blues and rock music thanks to some extensive and at times ill founded research by Dr Jerome Douvendahns.

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Here are the 25 most-played new and reissued CD's from Australian Blues & Roots artists

Monthly Chart #87 - MARCH 2017

Place This Month/Place Last Month/Artist/Album/Label/Year/Website

1 / 2 / JAMES SOUTHWELL / Where the Wind Blows : The Dockside Sessions / MGM Distribution / 2017 / www.jamessouthwell.com

2 / - / JOHN McNAMARA / Rollin' With It / Black Market Music / 2017 / www.johnmcnamarablues.com

3 / 3 / THE KATE LUSH BAND / Let It Fly / Independent / 2017 / www.katelush.com

4 / 1 / THE LACHY DOLEY GROUP / Lovelight  / Independent / 2017 / www.lachydoley.com

5 / - / KEITH HALL BLUES BAND / The Thrill / Rainbow Recording / 2017 / www.keithhallandpatdow.com

6 / 13 / BLUES ARCADIA / Blues Arcadia / Independent / 2016 / www.bluesarcadia.com

7 / 7 / FIONA BOYES / Professin' The Blues / Reference Recordings / 2016 / www.fionaboyes.com

8 / 21 / HAT FITZ & CARA / After the Rain / MGM Distribution / 2016 / www.hatfitzandcara.com

9 / 5 / THE TESKEY BROTHERS / Half Mile Harvest / Half Mile Harvest Records / 2017 / www.theteskeybrothers.com

10 / 6 / CHRISTINA CROFTS / Like We Used To  ( EP ) / Independent / 2016 / www.christinacrofts.com

11 / 24 / DAVE DIPROSE / Old School Blues / Independent / 2017 / www.davediprose.com

12 / 4 / DAN DINNEN / Keep On Stirrin' the Pot / Black Market Music / 2016 / www.dandinnen.com.au

13 / 19 / THE MOJO CORNER / Bullet on a train / Independent / 2017 / www.themojocorner.com

14 / 26 / LUKE ESCOMBE / Skeleton Blues / Independent / 2016 / www.lukeescombe.com

15 / 15 / SHANE PACEY TRIO / Helios / Independent / 2016 / www.shanepaceytrio.com.au

16 / 8 / DOC SPAN / Burning Memory Vol 1 / Independent / 2016 / www.docspan.net

17 / 10 / ASA BROOMHALL / The Heat and the Rain / Vitamin records / 2017 / www.asabroomhall.com

18 / 11 / GEOFF ACHISON / Another Mile, Another Minute / Jupiter2 / 2016 / www.geoffachison.com

19 / 32 / THE HOLLERIN' SLUGGERS / Gypsy Mojo / Foghorn records / 2017 / www.thehollerinsluggers.com

20 / 90 / MAMA K AND THE BIG LOVE  / Blind / Independent / 2017 / www.mamakandthebiglove.com

21 / 37 / HARPER AND MIDWEST KIND / Show Your Love  / Blu Harp Records / 2016 / www.harper.biz

22 / 25 / STORMCELLAR / Kansas City Gold / Independent / 2016 / www.stormcellar.com.au

23 / 9 / SIMON KINNY-LEWIS / Street Blues / Independent / 2016 / www.sklblues.com

24 / 17 / JUSTIN YAP BAND / Let Love / Independent / 2016 / www.justinyapband.com

25 / 12 / BACKSLIDERS / Heathen Songbook / Rocket Distribution / 2016 / http: /  / backsliders.com.au

38th Blues Music Awards 2017 Nominees
Awards ceremony to be held May 11, 2017 in Memphis

Acoustic Album
Eric Bibb – The Happiest Man in the World
Fiona Boyes – Professin’ the Blues
Jimmy “Duck” Holmes – Live at Briggs Farm
John Long – Stand Your Ground
Luther Dickinson – Blues and Ballads (A Folksinger’s Songbook) Vol I and II

Acoustic Artist
Doug MacLeod
Eric Bibb
Fiona Boyes
Jimmy “Duck” Holmes
Luther Dickinson

Bobby Rush – Porcupine Meat
Kenny Neal – Bloodline
Nick Moss Band – From the Root to the Fruit
Sugar Ray & the Bluetones – Seeing is Believing
Toronzo Cannon – The Chicago Way
William Bell – This Is Where I Live

Golden State Lone Star Blues Revue
Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials
Nick Moss Band
Sugar Ray and the Bluetones
Tedeschi Trucks Band

B.B. King Entertainer
Joe Bonamassa
John Nemeth
Lil’ Ed Williams
Sugar Ray Norcia
Sugaray Rayford

Best Emerging Artist Album
Corey Dennison Band – Corey Dennison Band
Guy King – Truth
Jonn Del Toro Richardson – Tengo Blues
Terrie Odabi – My Blue Soul
Thornetta Davis – Honest Woman

Contemporary Blues Album
Al Basile – Mid Century Modern
Kenny Neal – Bloodline
Nick Moss Band – From the Root to the Fruit
The Record Company – Give It Back To You
Toronzo Cannon – The Chicago Way

Contemporary Blues Female Artist
Alexis P Suter
Ana Popovic
Janiva Magness
Shemekia Copeland
Susan Tedeschi

Contemporary Blues Male Artist
Albert Castiglia
Kenny Neal
Mike Zito
Sugaray Rayford
Toronzo Cannon

Historical Album
Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup, A Music Man Like Nobody Ever Saw, Bear Family Records
B.B. King, More B.B. King: Here’s One You Haven’t Heard, Ace Records
Bobby Rush, Chicken Heads: A 50-Year History of Bobby Rush, Omnivore Recordings
Doug MacLeod – Live in Europe, Under the Radar and Doug MacLeod
Michael Burks, I’m A Bluesman, Iron Man Records
Pinetop Perkins & Jimmy Rogers, Genuine Blues Legends, Elrob Records

Biscuit Miller
Bob Stroger
Michael “Mudcat” Ward
Patrick Rynn
R W Grigsby

Cedric Burnside
Jimi Bott
June Core
Tom Hambridge
Tony Braunagel

Bob Margolin
Joe Bonamassa
Kid Andersen
Monster Mike Welch
Ronnie Earl

Dennis Gruenling
Jason Ricci
Kim Wilson
Mark Hummel
Sugar Ray Norcia

Al Basile
Nancy Wright
Sax Gordon Beadle
Terry Hanck
Vanessa Collier

Koko Taylor Award (Traditional Blues Female Artist)
Annika Chambers
Diunna Greenleaf
Inetta Visor
Shaun Murphy
Trudy Lynn

Pinetop Perkins Piano Player
Anthony Geraci
Barrelhouse Chuck
Henry Gray
Jim Pugh
Victor Wainwright

Rock Blues Album
Albert Castiglia – Big Dog
Mike Zito – Keep Coming Back
Moreland & Arbuckle – Promised Land or Bust
Tedeschi Trucks Band – Let Me Get By
Walter Trout – Alive in Amsterdam

“Blues Immigrant” written by Matthew Skoller & Vincent Bucher and performed by Matthew Skoller on Blues Immigrant
“I Gotta Sang The Blues” written and performed by Thornetta Davis on Honest Woman
“Seeing Is Believing” written by Ray Norcia and performed by Sugar Ray & The Bluetones on Seeing Is Believing
“Walk A Mile In My Blues” written by David Duncan, Curtis Salgado & Mike Finigan and performed by Curtis Salgado on The Beautiful Lowdown
“Walk it Off” written and performed by Toronzo Cannon on The Chicago Way

Soul Blues Album
Bobby Rush – Porcupine Meat
Curtis Salgado – The Beautiful Lowdown
Johnny Rawls – Tiger in a Cage
Wee Willie Walker – Live! Notodden Blues Festival
William Bell – This Is Where I Live

Soul Blues Female Artist
Bettye Lavette
Lara Price
Mavis Staples
Terrie Odabi
Vaneese Thomas

Soul Blues Male Artist
Curtis Salgado
Johnny Rawls
Wee Willie Walker
William Bell

Traditional Blues Album
Big Jon Atkinson & Bob Corritore – House Party at Big Jon’s
Bob Margolin – My Road
Golden State Lone Star Blues Revue – Golden State Lone Star Blues Revue
Lurrie Bell – Can’t Shake This Feeling
Sugar Ray & the Bluetones – Seeing is Believing

Traditional Blues Male Artist
Bob Margolin
John Primer
Lil’ Ed Williams
Lurrie Bell
Sugar Ray Norcia



Father of the Blues by W.C. Handy is a monumental opus that is indispensable to the study of American musical history. Published in 1941, the book traces Handy’s background as a trained orchestra leader, his discovery of the blues and the struggles he endured to become a successful music publisher. It is often cited as a primary resource on the earliest years of blues history. No book is more deserving of designation as a Classic of Blues Literature.

The 1966 John Lee Hooker album Real Folk Blues is the latest of several Chess Records’ Real Folk Blues albums to be elected to the Blues Hall of Fame. Whereas the rest of the LPs in the series by Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf and others were compilations of older recordings, the Hooker album was newly recorded in May of 1966 in Chicago. Hooker was his inimitable and spontaneous self, reworking some of his older songs and improvising new ones, accompanied by his Detroit guitarist Eddie Burns and Chicago sidemen Lafayette Leake and S.P. Leary.

“Bo Diddley” was not only the 1955 hit record that made Ellas McDaniel famous — it also gave him his professional name. The famed “Bo Diddley beat,” an energized update of the old “Hambone” rhythm, rocked the world, and Bo continued to create classics for Checker Records in Chicago with his innovative blend of blues and rock ’n’ roll.

“Hi-Heel Sneakers” by Tommy Tucker was the last blues record from the mighty Chess Records catalogue to hit No. 1 on the charts. Recorded in New York in 1963, the single on Chess’ Checker subsidiary label topped the Cash Box magazine R&B charts in 1964. Tucker’s enticement to “put on your red dress” and hi-heel sneakers has resounded on countless bandstands ever since.

“I Ain’t Superstitious,” an ominous Willie Dixon composition recorded by Howlin’ Wolf in 1961, is best known to rock audiences through the Jeff Beck Group’s 1968 cover version featuring Rod Stewart on vocals. On the original session for Chess Records in Chicago, Wolf’s band included Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy Rogers, Sam Lay and 2017 Blues Hall of Fame inductee Henry Gray.

“I’ll Play the Blues for You,” recorded by Albert King in Memphis for the Stax label in 1971, was written by Jerry Beach, a longtime fixture on the Shreveport, Louisiana, music scene who died in 2016. In Beach’s lyrics, sung with warmth and tenderness by King, the blues becomes a source of soothing and comfort. King’s 45 spent eight weeks on Billboard magazine’s Best Selling Soul Singles chart in 1972

“Preachin’ the Blues,” a two-part single by Son House on the Paramount label from 1930, is a prime example not only of House’s intensity as a Delta blues singer and guitarist but also of his lifelong inner conflict between the lure of the blues life and devotion to the church. House, who did preach in church at times, also sang of the hypocrisy he saw in religion with lyrics such as “I’m gonna be a Baptist preacher and I sure won’t have to work.”


The first Saturday in August of each year

On August 17, 2011 an online petition was launched advocating for the establishment of an International Blues Music Day. Within a few months the petition-group was joined by thousands of members from around the world, comprising of blues enthusiasts, musicians, celebrities, and promoters. After reaching 10,000 members, a formula for an annual date to celebrate IBMD was established as the first Saturday in August of each year with the inaugural celebration set to take place on August 3, 2013. The initiative was the brainchild of world renown blues musician Johnny Childs who also stars in the film The Junkman's Son and serves as the President of the NYC Blues Society. The IBMD organization and the NYC Blues Society are the lead nonprofit organizations charged with planning, promoting and producing this annual celebration.


1. Memphis Blues - W.C. Handy
2. Crazy Blues - Mamie Smith
3. Pine Top Boogie - Pine Top Smith
4. Dust My Broom - Elmore James
5. Boogie Chillun - John Lee Hooker
6. Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters
7. Stormy Monday - T-Bone Walker
8. Hellhound On My Trail - Robert Johnson
9. Spoonful - Willie Dixon
10. The Thrill Is Gone - B.B. King
11. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl - Sonny Boy Williamson I
12. Born Under A Bad Sign - Albert King
13. Forty Four Blues - Roosevelt Sykes
14. Smokestack Lightnin' - Howlin' Wolf
15. Statesboro Blues - Taj Mahal
16. Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters
17. Juke - Little Walter
18. The Little Red Rooster - Willie Dixon
19. Come In My Kitchen - Robert Johnson
20. I'm a King Bee - Slim Harpo
21. The Things That I Used To Do - Guitar Slim
22. Back Door Man - Willie Dixon
23. It's My Own Fault - B.B. King
24. I'm Tore Down - Freddie King
25. T-Bone Blues - T-Bone Walker
26. Sweet Home Chicago - Robert Johnson
27. Preaching The Blues - Son House
28. Nobody Knows You When You're Down & Out - Bessie Smith
29. I Can't Be Satisfied - Muddy Waters
30. Shake Your Moneymaker - Elmore James
31. Matchbox Blues - Blind Lemon Jefferson
32. Hideaway - Freddie King
33. How Long, How Long Blues - Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell
34. Five Long Years - B.B. King
35. Red House - Jimi Hendrix
36. Cross Road Blues - Robert Johnson
37. All Your Love - Magic Sam
38. Give Me Back My Wig - Hound Dog Taylor
39. Reconsider Baby - Lowell Fulson
40. Worried Life Blues - Sleepy John Estes
41. If Trouble Was Money - Albert Collins
42. I Ain't Superstitious - Willie Dixon
43. Sweet Black Angel - Robert Nighthawk
44. I Know What You're Putting Down - Louis Jordan
45. Black Snake Moan - Blind Lemon Jefferson
46. Ball and Chain - Big Mama Thornton
47. Further On Up The Road - Bobby 'Blue' Bland
48. I Can't Quit You Baby - Otis Rush
49. Boom Boom - John Lee Hooker
50. Born In Chicago - Paul Butterfield Blues Band
51. Let The Good Times Roll - Louis Jordan
52. Pride and Joy - Stevie Ray Vaughan
53. Pony Blues - Charley Patton
54. The Sky Is Crying - Elmore James
55. Catfish Blues - Robert Petway
56. Highway 49 - Big Joe Williams
57. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean - Blind Lemon Jefferson
58. Blues Before Sunrise - Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell
59. Baby Please Don't Go - Big Joe Williams
60. Bumble Bee - Memphis Minnie
61. I'm Ready - Muddy Waters
62. It Hurts Me Too - Elmore James
63. Stop Breakin' Down - Robert Johnson
64. Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan
65. I'm In The Mood - John Lee Hooker
66. Me and The Devil Blues - Robert Johnson
67. The Walkin' Blues - Taj Mahal
68. 'Taint Nobody's Bizness If I Do - Bessie Smith
69. It's Tight Like That - Tampa Red
70. Love In Vain - Robert Johnson
71. Evil - Willie Dixon
72. Baby Scratch My Back - Slim Harpo
73. Wang Dang Doodle - Koko Taylor
74. On The Road Again - Canned Heat
75. Rock Me Mama - Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup
76. Three O'Clock Blues - B.B. King
77. Tomorrow Night - Lonnie Johnson
78. Boom Boom Out Go The Lights - Little Walter
79. The Same Thing - Willie Dixon
80. West Coast Blues - Blind Blake
81. How Many More Years - Howlin' Wolf
82. Cryin' Shame - Lightnin' Hopkins
83. Rollin & Tumblin - Elmore James
84. Everyday I Have The Blues - B.B. King
85. Messin Around - Memphis Slim
86. Blues After Hours - Pee Wee Crayton
87. Eyesight To The Blind - Sonny Boy Williamson II
88. CC Rider - Ma Rainey
89. I'm Tired - Savoy Brown
90. Graveyard Dream Blues - Ida Cox
91. Beaver Slide Rag - Peg Leg Howell
92. Key To The Highway - Big Bill Broonzy
93. Messin' With The Kid - Junior Wells
94. The Seventh Son - Willie Dixon
95. As The Years Go Passing By - Gary Moore
96. We're Gonna Make It - Little Milton
97. Drinking Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee - Stick McGhee
98. Hard Luck Blues - Roy Brown
99. Black Magic Woman - Fleetwood Mac
100. Stone Crazy - Buddy Guy

1. King Of The Delta Blues - Robert Johnson
2. West Side Soul - Magic Sam
3. Born Under A Bad Sign - Albert King
4. I Am The Blues - Willie Dixon
5. A Man and The Blues - Buddy Guy
6. Hoodoo Man Blues - Junior Wells & Buddy Guy
7. Fathers And Sons - Muddy Waters
8. Moanin' In The Moonlight - Howlin' Wolf
9. Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan
10. Dance With Freddie King - Freddie King
11. Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton - John Mayall
12. The Gate Of The Horn - Memphis Slim
13. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Paul Butterfield
14. Coffee Blues - Mississippi John Hurt
15. The Natch'l Blues - Taj Mahal
16. It Serves You Right To Suffer - John Lee Hooker
17. Spotlight On Lucille - B.B. King
18. Blues After Hours - Elmore James
19. I Do Not Play No Rock and Roll - Mississippi Fred McDowell
20. Completely Well - B.B. King
21. Couldn't Stand The Weather - Stevie Ray Vaughan
22. Down and Out Blues - Sonny Boy Williamson
23. Confessin' The Blues - Little Walter
24. Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter
25. King of The Blues Guitar - Albert King
26. Can't Get No Grindin' - Muddy Waters
27. T-Bone Blues - T-Bone Walker
28. Howlin' Wolf - Howlin' Wolf
29. Ice Pickin' - Albert Collins
30. Roy Buchanan - Roy Buchanan
31. One More Mile - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
32. Bonanza of Instrumentals - Freddie King
33. English Rose - Fleetwood Mac
34. From The Cradle - Eric Clapton
35. I Feel Like Goin' On - Ronnie Earl
36. I'll Play The Blues For You - Albert King
37. Blues Singer - Buddy Guy
38. Raw Sienna - Savoy Brown
39. Hard Again - Muddy Waters
40. Natural Boogie - Hound Dog Taylor
41. Taj Mahal - Taj Mahal
42. A Hard Road - John Mayall
43. Progressive Blues Experiment - Johnny Winter
44. Hawk Squat - J.B. Hutto
45. Stand Back - Charlie Musselwhite
46. Showdown - Albert Collins, Robert Cray & Johnny Copeland
47. The Wham of That Memphis Man - Lonnie Mack
48. Bad News Is Coming - Luther Allison
49. Long Way Home - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
50. Third Degree - Johnny Winter
51. In Step - Stevie Ray Vaughan
52. Nothin But The Blues - Johnny Winter
53. The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw - Paul Butterfield Blues Band
54. Two Steps From The Blues - Bobby "Blue" Bland
55. Alone & Acoustic - Buddy Guy & Junior Wells
56. Boogie With - Canned Heat
57. Blues On The Bayou - B.B. King
58. I'm A Blues Man - Z.Z. Hill
59. The Colour Of Love - Ronnie Earl
60. Chicago Bound - Jimmy Rogers
61. Double Time - Leon Redbone
62. Delta Blues - Son House
63. Hard Time Killing Floor Blues - Skip James
64. Dark Was The Night - Blind Willie Johnson
65. Beginnings - The Allman Brothers
66. Otis Spann is the Blues - Otis Spann
67. Mississippi Fred McDowell - Mississippi Fred McDowell
68. Singin' The Blues - B.B. King
69. East West - Paul Butterfield
70. Alright Again - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
71. Move It On Over - George Thorogood
72. Riding With The King - B.B. King & Eric Clapton
73. Right Place, Wrong Time - Otis Rush
74. At Last - Etta James
75. Endless Boogie - John Lee Hooker
76. Slideways - Roy Rogers
77. Girls Go Wild - The Fabulous Thunderbirds
78. Cold Snap - Albert Collins
79. Strike Like Lightning - Lonnie Mack & Stevie Ray Vaughan
80. Still Got The Blues For You - Gary Moore
81. Strong Persuader - Robert Cray
82. Slippin' In - Buddy Guy
83. Crusade - John Mayall
84. Roll Away The Stone - Kelly Joe Phelps
85. The Son Seals Blues Band - Son Seals
86. After Hours - Gary Moore
87. Lead Me On - Kelly Joe Phelps
88. Original Fleetwood Mac - Fleetwood Mac
89. T-Bird Rhythm - The Fabulous Thunderbirds
90. Gate Swings - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown
91. Indianola Mississippi Seeds - B.B. King
92. Hooker & Heat - John Lee Hooker & Canned Heat
93. Black Magic - Magic Sam
94. Stone Crazy - Buddy Guy
95. Houserockin' - Hound Dog Taylor
96. Mr. Scrapper's Blues - Scrapper Blackwell
97. White African - Otis Taylor
98. Hard Drivin' Blues- Roosevelt Sykes
99. Koko Taylor - Koko Taylor
100. Relentless - Danny Gatton
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2017 Chain Awards Winners

Album of the Year
Another Mile, Another Minute – Geoff Achison

Song of the Year
I’m Gonna Ride – Geoff Achison

Artist of the Year
Geoff Achison – High Wire

Duo or Group of the Year
Geoff Achison & the Soul Diggers
Justin Yap Band

Best New Talent of the Year
Blues Arcadia

Producer of the Year
Ben Harwood - Rob Harwood - Geoff Achison

ARBA 2017 Memphis Blues Challenge
categories: “Band” and “Solo/Duo”.
The winners of each category will represent ARBA, South Australia and Australia at the 2018 International Blues Challenge in Memphis.
The ARBA Memphis Blues Challenge will be held in June 2017 as follows:
Heat 1: Friday 16th June at Semaphore Workers Club
Heat 2: Sunday 18th June at Semaphore Workers Club
FINAL: Sunday 25th June at Semaphore Workers Club

  • The number of heats may be varied at the discretion of ARBA, depending upon the amount of acts that enter.
  • The winning band and solo/duo act from each heat will progress to the ARBA Memphis Blues Challenge Final.
The winning band and solo/duo acts will be expected to perform at a fundraiser to be held on the evening of Saturday 5th August, 2017.
The 2018 International Blues Challenge will be held in Memphis Tennessee, USA, across 5 days, at the end of January and early February 2018.
More info: http://www.adelaiderootsandblues.org/memphis-blues-challenge-entries.html

The music of the Blues, whilst originating in the South of the USA, has long ago taken root in Australia. Supported with equal levels of passion and commitment, by fans, musicians and the general public. However, Blues Music in Australia is overlooked by the mainstream media. It is generally ignored by Music Industry bodies such as AIR and ARIA, and the various music showcases. The genre, along with dedicated Blues artists, rarely feature. In Australia, there are many Blues musicians and over 10 Blues Societies. These organisations support the music and musicians, organise events such as Blues Performerof 2011-12 competitions, conduct events such as Youth in Blues programs and host their own music awards.

To promote Blues music, and musicians in Australia, it is proposed that we have an annual Blues Music Day. On this day, it is envisaged that gigs will be organised, radio programs will feature blues artists and music and Blues Societies will organise various events to celebrate the day. All of these activities will be promoted under the banner of Blues Music Day.

The date chosen is 29th August, the birth date of the recently deceased Australian Blues man, Dutch Tilders. Dutch, who did so much to foster Blues music and encourage fellow musicians in this country, will be honoured in this way.

Join the group:

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