La Hora del Blues on-line Reviews this month include, among others, new CD’s by Jean-Paul Amouroux, Snarky Dave & The Prickly Bluesmen, Jeff Jensen, Omar Dykes, The Gary Kendall Band, Buddy Guy, David Egan, The Cd Woodbury Band, Too Slim And The Taildraggers, Tommy Z, Ruff Kut Blues Band, Kirsten Thien, Grand Marquis, Jon Zeeman, Cyril Neville, Samantha Fish, Smokin’ Joe Kubek & Bnois King, Sugaray Rayford …and many more!
Visit La Hora del Blues Show (Barcelona, Spain) current new monthly
‘CDs Received’ about 200 New Blues Cds together with informative point marks and links
A new Interview with successful musicians Robert “Top” Thomas y Stephen Dees by Monte Adkison “The Blues Stalker” from The Suncoast Blues SocietyBlues Artists Gigs Pictures
“La Hora del Blues” Radio Show from Barcelona (Spain) and weekly in Internet
Fridays 16,00 and 21,00 pm and Saturdays at 2,00, 7,00 and 12,00 am. Listen to it clicking into the radio or into the antenna at the bottom of the La Hora del Blues home page
. Check your country time zone equivalence entering into the world globe in the home page. Also connect clicking on this link http://220.127.116.11:8000/listen.pls
and also in www.radiotubelive.com
La Hora del Blues playlist is submitted every month since 1984 to Jim McGrath of LIVING
BLUES Mag. for TOP 25 LIVING BLUES RADIO CHART and ‘ROOTS MUSIC REPORTS’ among others.
“La Hora del Blues” does a continuous serious honest work and has gained through the years a good reputation among record companies, labels, artists and blues lovers all over the world.
Vicente Zúmel was president and founder of a Blues Society, a non profit organisation created to promote blues in our country by different means: gigs, blues jams, a magazine, talks, books….
He is member affiliated of
The Blues Foundation
If you like you can send yours CD’s for airplay to
Vicente ‘Harmonica’ Zúmel
Radio PICA. ‘La Hora del Blues’
Apartado de Correos 12085
08080 Barcelona – Spain
‘Keeping The Blues Alive Award’
2013 The Blues Foundation Recipient
“Never, never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.”
Martin Luther King Jr.