I've loved the blues, long before I knew I was a Blues Junkie, and proud of it! I'm one of the founding Fathers of the South Bay Blues Awards. A few years ago, I turned a night club into a blues club, and did the booking and publicity.____I've been part of noncommercial radio in Northern California since 1985. I been playing my electric bass in various Blues band through out Northern California for the past 10+ years.____For radio airplay on the Internet, send to The SOUTHSIDE BLUES CAFE, P.O. Box 25156, Fresno, California 93720 ____Thanks for loving the Blues!
He was one of the tops in his field, always had a great band. One of my all time favorite bass players, Johnny B. Gayden worked with him for so many wonderful years. Miss ya Albert!
Freddy, Albert and B.B. King
The Three Kings
Paul Butterfield Blues Band
Butterfield, the Filmore, and the Sixties, made blues junkies out of so many, long live the Blues!
The Boogie Woogie Masters
Meade Lux Lewis, Pete Johnson, Albert Ammons, is just the begining of a long list of greats!
Willie Dixon, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter,& T-Bone
That's T-Bone Walker! Four giants of the blues!
Al Jazzbo Collins
"I ain't got to show you no stinkin' badges," but Count Basie's Blues in Hoss Flats, Dinah Washington, oh so many great sounds he turned the world on to. Thanks Jazzbo!
Russ The Moose Syracuse
Late night radio with Russ "The Moose," his love line, the mystery box, and all the great sounds!
Gene Nelson and Dr. Don Rose
Two true personalities of radio, and the tunes they played, were tops also!
Dr. Johnny Fever
He was a special cat! Thanks for the re-runs. There was a lot more there than just comedy! Thanks
Late night on the old KSFO, playing blues, cool, and mellow jazz, then moved on to promote The Monterey Jazz Festival.