385 – Dexter Allen – Bluez In My Soul

by A1 Mark on October 2, 2014


This weeks interview is with Dexter Allen about his new CD Bluez In My Soul.  This is a man who loves the blues masters of the past but wants to do his own style of blues. Push play and you will get to hear some wonderful music by Dexter Allen as well as hearing his own story in his own words.

Dexter Allen’s Website


384 – Janiva Magness – Original

by A1 Mark on September 25, 2014


This weeks interview is with multi blues award winner Janiva Magness. Her new CD Original in my opinion is the best CD she has ever made.  Janiva co-wrote most of the songs on this CD and sings them with the passion of an artist that really believes in what she has written.

Janiva Magness Website


383 – Davina & The Vagabonds – Sunshine

by A1 Mark on September 18, 2014


This weeks interview is with Davina from the band Davina & The Vagabonds.  This is a band with an old time sound that I can never get enough of.  Their new CD Sunshine is the best one so for. It’s a little more upbeat and more like the outstanding concerts they always give. Sit back and get ready to hear some great music.
Davina & The Vagabonds’ Website


382 – Alastair Greene – Trouble At Your Door

by A1 Mark on September 11, 2014


This weeks interview is with Alastair Greene, a new artist on the Delta Groove sister label Eclecto Groove. A label that brought us Jason Ricci, Ana Popovic, Nick Curran and Mike Zito. Yes this is a guy to keep your eyes on. Alastair will be talking about working on his new Blues-Rockin’ CD and you will get to hear five of the new songs. I’ve got a feeling we’re going to be hearing a lot more from Alastair Greene.
Alastair Greene’s Website


381 – Nighthawks – 444

by A1 Mark on September 4, 2014


This weeks interview is with founding member of The Nighthawks, Mark Wenner, who does vocals and plays harmonica for the band.  Their new CD 444 is a really cool CD with a variety of style to please everyone.  Besides some really good songs like “Honky Tonk Queen”, “You’re Gone” and the swampy sounding “High Snake” there is the Nighthawks rocker “444”. This song alone should be a big hit for them.

Nighthawks’ Website