MUSIC ON THE COUCH
10/16/17 SHOW #392
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NIECIE – COUCH KID NEWS
Couch Kid Niecie comes by with some COUCH KID NEWS to start the show. She released a single on Friday entitled Two Can Play That Game and she and I talked about the amazing lineup behind her and her next moves.
SCOTTIE MILLER – Segment Begins At The 12:50 Mark
When Scottie Miller is not working on his own music, he is the touring keyboardist for Miss Ruthie Foster. A member of the Minnesota Blues Hall Of Fame, Miller has also toured with Bo Diddley. He and I talked about all that and more as we listened to tunes from his latest, Stay Above Water.
DRY RIVER – Segment Begins At The 48:40 Mark
The band has released their second album, Prayin’ For Rain, and I had the opportunity to speak with Oliver and Dave about the formation of the band and where they are headed.
KIM SIMMONDS – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC
Segment Begins At The 1:25:00 Mark
Kim returns for Couch Kid New Music with not one new album, but TWO new albums. First is, Jazzin’ On The Blues, released on Kim’s own label, Panache Records. And then he has also released a new Savoy Brown album, Witchy Feelin’ on Ruf Records. Kim and I talked about both the albums, why he began a record company and what plans are on the table moving forward.
ERIC HUGHES – COUCH KID NEW MUSIC
Segment Begins At The 2:04:30 Mark
Another Couch Kid, Eric Hughes, returns with his latest release, Meet Me In Memphis. This is another fine piece of Memphis Blues, by one of the tightest bands in the region. Eric is on stage during the show, so we pre-recorded our interview, which touched on the music on the album, how they funded the album and more.
Niecie – Two Can Play That Game
SCOTTIE MILLER – STAY ABOVE WATER
Stay Above Water
Keep This Good Thing Going
DRY RIVER – Prayin’ For The Rain
Dry River Blues
Shine Your Light On Me
KIM SIMMONDS – Jazzin’ On The Blues
Jazzin’ On The Blues
She’s A Woman
Theme For Deborah
SAVOY BROWN – Witchy Feeling
ERIC HUGHES BAND – Meet Me In Memphis
Meet Me In Memphis
Here Comes The Boogie Man
Roll A Fatty For Your Daddy
Left My Heart At Your Place
Freight Train Of Pain