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KINK Sunday Night Blues Room Playlist 7/1/12
July 1, 2012, 6:17 pm
7pm Hour Tonight All Waterfront Blues Festival Artists
Too Slim & Taildraggers- Last Train
Duffy Bishop-Wild Women
Roy Rogers- Black Cat Bone
Otis Taylor- Hey Joe
Elvin Bishop-Neighbor Neighbor
James Cotton- Buried Alive In the Blues
California Honeydrops- Bye Bye baby
Curtis Salgado- Love Man
Charlie Musselwhite- the Blues Overtook me
Bobby Rush- Blind Snake
Live Performance Joe McMurrian
Kilborn Alley Blues Band-Foolsville
Patrick Lamb- Let The Good Times Roll
Mannish Boys- Educated Ways
Lionel Young- I Feel So Good
*Terry Robb- Worried About It Now
Terry Robb- Sweet Hip
Terry Robb-The Refreshing
Tony Furtado- The Ghost Of Blind Willie Johnson
JJ Grey- Brighter Days
Steve Miller- Sweet Home Chicago
*Norman Sylvester- Blues Stains On My Hands
Mr Nick & The Dirty Tricks- Oh Wow
Jim Mesi- Too Much Stuff
James Hunter- No Smoke Without Fire
Lloyd Jones- I'll be Right Down
The 44's - She's Poison
Cedric Burnside-Don't Sing About The Blues
Charlie Musselwhite- Cook County Blues
Roy Rogers- 32/20 Blues
Jack Johnson Tickets
Jack Johnson will be at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall on October 16, 2013. KINK has an exclusive offer for a pair of tickets for $101.90 to see Jack
Leaves Russell Interview
Portland Farmers Market at the Square
101.9 KINK presents Portland Farmers Market at the Square. Mondays, nearly 40 local farmers and food artisans will take root in downtown Portland.
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2012: A Good Year for Great Music
As we head into December and the countdown towards the New Year, it's a fitting time to look back and reflect on the year in music.
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A southern gothic supernatural musical from co-conspirators Stephen King, John Mellencamp and T Bone Burnett.
Video Premiere from Husky
Australian rockers take a psychedelic journey with Tidal Wave video.
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HOMEGROWN MUSIC SPOTLIGHT
A new album, Somehow Divine, is most definitely ear candy flavored by Scott's really fine voice and songwriting.
A day job that provides for the night job. A musician's work is never done!
"Bucket Boys" has been dropped. But the inventive bluegrass/punk vibe is still there.
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