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On the this week's show we bring you an exclusive session from Okkervil River.

Fronted by Will Sheff, the band released their 8th album, ‘In The Rainbow Rain’ via ATO records on 27th April this year. Will plays a version Julius Daniels’ ‘Slippin And Slidin Up The Golden Street’.

Check out the video of the performance at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDdiWzdhk3g

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It's a bumper show this week as we bring you a conversation with the legendary Nils Lofgren and a session with The Magic Numbers.

In 2018 Nils celebrates his 50th year in the music business. He chats about meeting Neil Young and playing on his seminal records After the Goldrush and Tonight's the Night, a chance encounter with Muddy Waters, joining the E-Street Band and playing with his own band Grin.

The Magic Numbers released their debut album back in 2005. Today the band are just about to embark on a massive UK tour and their new record ‘Outsiders’ is scheduled for release on May 11. Click here to see the band perform a cover Neil Young's classic 'Cowgirl in the Sand': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdMo468LMAo

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In the first of a special series for The Blues Kitchen, Liam Hart explores the story of Sister Rosetta Tharpe.

The first super star of Gospel Music with a smokin' hot voice and an outrageous guitar style that paved the way for generations of Rock N Roller to follow.

"Sister Rosetta Tharpe was anything but ordinary and plain. She was a big, good-lookin woman, & divine, not to mention sublime and splendid. She was a powerful force of nature. A guitar-playin', singin' evangelist..." BOB DYLAN.

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Liam & Gaz bring you brand new music from The Coral, Jim James & Charlie Crockett alongside some classics from James Brown, Them, Charles Sheffield and 5 Spiritual Tones. They guys also discover the amazing sounds of Black Merda from 1970's Detroit for the first time.

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On this week's show Liam and Gaz bring you a session from Bob Log III, performing his hit, Log Bomb! 

Bob Log III is a one man band from Tucson, Arizona like absolutely nothing you have ever seen. Dressed in a human cannonball suit & a full face helmet with a telephone receiver stuck on the front - Bob Log plays a bad ass delta blues, electro party on a real beat-up hollow-body guitar & bass drum.

Plus tracks from Billy Lee Riley, Ty Segall, Swamp Dogg, Stevie Wonder, The Lemon Twigs, Courtney Marie Barnett and Elvis Costello. 

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On this week's show Liam and Gaz bring you a session from Dale Watson. Based in Austin, he carries on in the tradition of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson with his ‘Ameripolitan’ brand of American roots music. Dale performs a version of Merle Haggards’ ‘If You Wanna Be My Woman’ exclusively for The Blues Kitchen.

Plus tracks from Taj Mahal, The Shacks, Betty James, Father John Misty, Frank Zappa, The Como Mamas & Dennis Wilson. 

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On this week's show Liam and Gaz bring you a session from Pokey LaFarge, performing a beautiful version of a brand new song - ‘We Can't Loose'’.

Plus tracks from Joe Tex, Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear, Koko Taylor, Leon Bridges, Warm Sounds, The Kills & Mickey Newbury.

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On this week's show John Robinson sits in for Gaz & joins Liam to play tunes from Koko Taylor, Jackson C Frank, The Mighty Hannibal, The Grateful Dead, Jimmy Preacher Ellis, Mississippi John Hurt, Khruangbin & The Kinks.

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On this week's show Liam and Gaz bring you a session from Nicole Atkins. Nicole released her 4th Studio album – ‘Goodnight Rhonda Lee’ in July of 2017. The record is, by her own admission, the story of finding her voice and Nicole is very open about going a little crazy in the process. In an exclusive for The Blues Kitchen Nicole performs a beautiful version of Brenda Lee’s ‘Break It To Me Gently’.

Plus tracks from Big Mama Thornton, Bacou Rhythm & Steel Band, Nicole Atkins, Brian Jonestown Massacre, Ian Siegal, The Art Reynolds Singers, The Magic Numbers and Hoyt Axton.

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On this week's edition of The Blues Kitchen Radio, Gaz and Liam bring you a session with The Americans. The Americans perform original contemporary rock n roll with its roots deep in traditional American music. Last year, the band worked on the American Epic series backing the likes of Taj Mahal, Pokey LaFarge & Nas. In an exclusive for The Blues Kitchen they play a stunning version of Otis Jackson’s ‘Tell Me Why You Like Roosevelt’.

Plus tracks from Dr John, Ryan Adams, Big Head Blues Club, Tampa Red, The Chi-Lites, The Barr Brothers and Camille Yarborough.

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