Nine O'Clock Blues

Saturday 9pm

The Nine O’clock Blues presents the Blues music that is the foundation of most all American music including Rock & Roll, Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Country and more. 

Host Marc Applegate features Roots, Blues and Rhythm & Blues from all the decades of recorded music reaching back to the beginning with artists like Robert Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson and Charlie Patton while including the latest releases from a wide variety of contemporary artists.

Interested in checking out the Blues scene in Colorado? Here's a link to the Colorado Blues Society calendar.

There's always the annual Greeley Blues Jam if you need your Blues fix.

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9:00am

Sat September 22, 2012
Marc On The Blues

Nine O'clock Blues: Mighty Joe Young

Lionel Decoster Creative Commons

This week on The Nine O’clock Blues we’ll hear several tracks from Mighty Joe Young, who’s vocal and guitar style bridged the gap between the Chicago of Muddy Waters and James Cotton and the contemporary Blues scene.

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9:20am

Sat September 8, 2012
Marc On The Blues

Nine O'clock Blues: Second Generation Blues Voices

Shemekia Copeland
Sandrine Lee Concord Music Group

Second generation Blues artists have made a major impression on the genre.

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9:06am

Sat September 1, 2012
Marc On The Blues

Nine O'clock Blues: We're Going On A Blues Cruise

Alligator Records

Looking for a vacation no Blues fan could ever forget? How about the World’s only fully chartered Blues cruise?

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9:01am

Sat August 18, 2012
Marc On The Blues

Nine O'clock Blues: Big Bill Morganfield

Blind Pig Records

Next Saturday at 2 in the afternoon Big Bill Morganfield is performing in Loveland for KUNCs’ Tuna Fish and Peanut Butter 26. The concert, at Hammond Amphitheater, supports Weld Food Bank and Food Bank for Larimer County.

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10:06am

Sat August 11, 2012
Marc On The Blues

Nine O'clock Blues: Dr. Isaiah Ross

Testament Records

Given the nature of the street performer’s world, it’s not surprising that one man bands were common on the streets. In the ‘20s through the ‘50s most played in a style that grew out of the traditions of minstrelsy and medicine shows. One notable exception was Dr. Isaiah Ross.

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