Today’s blues and bluesrock artists. Should they be played more on the radio?

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Mariëlla Tirotto & the Blues Federation, De Posthoorn, Waarland, Holland 2010

The radio program Purple Haze plays blues & rock music  from the sixties until now.
Regularly played:  Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Allman Brothers Band, etc. etc.. Original blues is regularly played in Purple Haze as well.

I also like to play contemporary blues and bluesrock in Purple Haze. In the past weeks CD’s from talented artists and groups like Aynsley Lister, Mariëlla Tirotto & The Blues Federation, Woody & The Bluepackers, Pebbles and The BamBams were received and given  airplay in Purple Haze.

If you know  a group or artist that should be played in my radio show please contact me.
You can find the contact details at: http://www.rtvkatwijk.nl/purplehazecontact

Today there are  many fine blues and bluesrock artists. Should they be played more on the radio?

Purple Haze:  Music selection, presentation and production by Jan Marius

Every Tuesday from 23:00 until 24:00 (GMT+1) on RTV Katwijk
You can find information on this site how to listen to this radio show via the internet.

3 responses

  1. Yes, they should be played a lot more on the radio, keep up the good work.

    January 22, 2011 at 1:17 pm

  2. I also made a video of the performance of Mariëlla Tirotto & the Blues Federation, De Posthoorn, Waarland, Holland 2010

    February 7, 2011 at 10:56 pm

  3. Absolutely!! The blues live on…

    As long as there’s life, blues will come our way. We need to keep singing & playing our blues away!!

    The blues will heal all that ails you.

    We are not alone in our bluesy days.

    April 22, 2011 at 8:51 pm

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