On the show this week, Liam and Gaz bring you Blues Kitchen favourite Rayland Baxter in session. Over the last 5 years, the Nashville native has hit the road hard; touring with Jason Isbell, Kacey Musgraves and The Lumineers alongside appearances at Bonnaroo & Newport Folk Festival.

His new release, ‘Wide Awake’ was written & recorded in an old elastic band factory in Southern Kentucky. He plays a stripped back version of his tune Casanova.

Tunes from Hound Dog Taylor, Kurt Vile, Slim Harpo, The Kinks, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, Marc Benno and a very special version of Stand By Me - but can you tell who it is?

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We first saw Watermelon Slim playing in Clarksdale, Mississippi back in 2013. Five years later & he’s made his way over to London and playing exclusively for The Blues Kitchen.

His debut, ‘Merry Airbrakes’ was released in 1973 & his most recent album ‘Golden Boy’ has been spinning constantly on our stereo since its release last year. On the show he performs a version of Mississippi Fred McDowell’s, ’61 Highway’.

With tracks from R. Dean Taylor, The Teskey Brothers, Van Morrison, Eli Paperboy Reed, Bo Carter, Johnny Flynn and Boz Scaggs.

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With Gareth away, Scouse John sits in to host the show with Liam this week.

The Cordovas are in session playing a Bill Browning cover alongside tunes from Link Wray, The Sha La Das, Asie Peyton, Marvin Gaye, Iraina Mancini, The Staple Singers & The Arcs.

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Liam and Gaz bring you an exclusive session track from 'Gold Star'. ‘Gold Star’ is the stage name of Austrian born, LA dwelling Marlon Rabenrither.

His new record, ‘Uppers & Downers’ , out on 7th September 2018 is perhaps his most honest & autobiographical work to date.

Plus tunes from Hound Dog Taylor, Black Joe Louis, Barbara & The Browns, Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Bobby Rush, William Onyeabor & The Datsuns. 

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Liam is back from his honeymoon to bring you Blues Kitchen Book Club and an exclusive session from the brilliant Big Joe Louis.

Plus tunes from Big Mama Thornton, WarGirl, Tony Joe White, Big Joe Louis, Primal Scream, Charles Bradley, The MC5, Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

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With Liam away on his honeymoon, this week's show sees the welcome return of everyone's favourite scouse stand-in, John Robinson. Gaz and John bring you tunes including Wilson Pickett, Colter Wall, Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood and Leonard Cohen, plus a little treat from Reggae corner. 

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Gaz and Liam bring you an exclusive session with Ethan Johns. Ethan is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter & producer.

His new record, 'Anamnesis' out August 10th, is an epic folk-rock masterpiece. He performs the track "Runaway Train".

Tracks on the show from Barbara & The Browns, Lee Fields, Watermelon Slim, Ethan Johns, Richie Havens, Ashbury Wednesday, The Felice Brothers & Sam Cooke.

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On the show this week Liam and Gaz pay tribute to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.

Plus we bring you an exclusive session from The Mystery Lights. The Daptone / Wick Records stars play their version of 'Homework' originally written by Otis Rush & performed by Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac.

Tunes on the show from Aretha Franklin, Seasick Steve, Albert Collins, The Nude Party, Rudolph Taylor and The Lemon Twigs.

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On The Blues Kitchen Radio this week, Liam and Gaz bring you Como Mamas in session.

Hailing from Como, Mississippi, the Como Mama's are part of the Daptone stable of artists. They perform their version of the gospel classic, "I Can't Thank Him Enough.

Tunes on the show from Lightnin' Hopkins, QTY, Terry Reid, Como Mamas, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Nina Simone & Interpol.

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On this week's show Gaz and Liam bring you tunes from Eddie Taylor, John J Presley, The Box Tops, Sam Morrow, The Von Bondies, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Lazy Lester and Andrew Combs.

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