Blueseum of Fine Art
- Blueseum of Fine Art • Promo Jagger Peyton 3:13
The Blueseum of Fine Art, “where every show is a blues festival.” Each week, from coast to coast, we bring you the very best from primitive recordings to live electric performances, It’s our pleasure to feature the best of the Delta,
Chicago, Memphis, West Coast, Texas, British Blues and more. The Blueseum of Fine Art Radio Show houses and preserves preeminent blues recordings and archived rare cuts culled from the annuls of yesterday and today. The Blueseum of Fine Art aspires to keep the blues alive by serving as the quintessential radio entertainment for those already familiar with the blues and those for whom blues is a new experience.
- Roadhouse Revival • Promo Jagger Peyton 3:00
It’s a pleasure to introduce to you one of the most unique radio shows on the planet…hold on to your grits ‘cause this is The Roadhouse Revival, the best rockin’ gospel boogie this side of the Jordan River! The Roadhouse Revival brings you the most uplifting works and rare interviews from the world’s greatest artists. We have gathered the very best inspirational songs from main stream artists, and have built an extensive musical library of archived rare cuts, culled from the recordings of yesterday and today. The Roadhouse Revival Radio Show is a return to the roots and heritage of America, by blending traditional old school church sounds with soulful blues and rockin’ British undertones. Not a lick of preachin’…the music does all the talkin’.
“Run devil run, the angel having fun making winners out of sinners better leave before it’s done”
Run Devil Run -Paul McCartney
“That cross we bear, it’s in the air, Lord we thank you for these gifted hands”
Gifted Hands -Lynyrd Skynyrd
“Father ran and fell down on his knees said, “sing and praise, Lord have mercy on me, mercy”
Prodigal Son -The Rolling Stones
“You may be high you may be low you may be rich child you may be po’ but when the Lord gets ready you got to move”
You Gotta Move -Mississippi Fred McDowell
- Lonestar Revival • Promo Jagger Peyton 7:27
The Lonestar Revival Radio Show is devoted to bringing you the most uplifting musical works and rare interviews from country music’s biggest artists. The Lone Star Revival Radio Show has gathered the very best inspirational music from hundreds of mainstream country artists, and has built an extensive music library of archived rare cuts, culled from the recordings of yesterday and today. This ain’t your everyday Sunday hayride…This is The Lonestar Revival Radio Show! Not a lick of preachin’…the music does all the talkin’. From Hank Williams’ “I Saw The Light” to Faith Hill’s “There Will Come A Day” and Willie Nelson’s “Amazing Grace,”
“People get ready…’cause we go where the busses don’t run”
“This ain’t your everyday Sunday Hayride, this is The Lone Star Revival”
Jerry’s Hall of Fame
- Jerry's Hall of Fame Country • Promo Jagger Peyton 13:17
Chris Jagger thought it was about time that Jerry Hall a Daughter of the Republic of Texas and honorary consul of the state of Texas living in London got to be broadcast in Texas and the US. Because Jerry has been living in London for a long time, Chris didn’t want the folks back in America to have totally forgotten about her. Chris thought it would be a great idea for Jerry Hall to introduce some of her favorite recordings and some of the stories connected there and the times she had back in Texas when she was growing up. Jerry Hall exclaims, “Country music, as the songwriter Harlan Howard put it in the 60s “Is nothing more or less than 3 chords and the truth””
“Our enduring fascination with the myth of the cowboy continues. We long for freedom and individuality honor and integrity. Where men sing don’t fence me in. While more and more of our country loses its small quaint towns and wide open fields to globalization and consumerism sadness. Cowboys have become all hat and no cow. But get into the land of the honky tonk and you will find a bursting heart of emotion and blues and sadness and longing. Whether you are from Tennessee or Missouri, you will find the same longing of disadvantaged people wanting to get out into a bigger better world.” – Jerry Hall
- On The Cover • Promo 0:38
- Paint It Blue • Promo 0:36
- Blues Licks • Promo 0:49
”On the Covers of The Rolling Stones.” An exclusive 2 hour radio event with your hosts John Peyton and Chris Jagger. “On the Covers The Rolling Stones” radio special features the Stones covers of their favorite artists, from Chuck Berry’s Carol to Robert Johnson’s Love in Vain…Slim Harpos’ Shake Your Hips, The Temptations’ Ain’t to Proud To Beg and Just My Imagination, to Willie Dixon’s Little Red Rooster many others. Join us as we bring you the original recordings followed by the Stones’ fabulous cover.
The Rolling Stones’ “Blues Licks” Radio Special. An exclusive 2 hour radio event with your hosts John Peyton and Chris Jagger. “Blues Licks” features The Rolling Stones’ early primitive blues recordings for DECCA Records to their live electric blues performances on ABKCO, Rolling Stones Records and Virgin Records releases. From the early days, er uh The Stone Age to today. Also hear the stories behind the rare Stones cuts and outakes culled from their archived recordings. Meet Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie…with Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor and Brian Jones on “Blues Licks.”
The Rolling Stones’ “Paint it Blue” Radio Special. An exclusive 2 hour radio event with your hosts John Peyton and Chris Jagger. The Rolling Stones never made any secret of their debt to the blues. “Paint It Blue”, where contemporary blues artists cover the Stone’s greatest songs. Performances by Luther Allison (“You Can’t Always Get What You Want”), Junior Wells (“Satisfaction”), Taj Mahal (“Honky Tonk Women”), Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (“Ventilator Blues”), The Holmes Bros (“Beast of Burden”) Bobby Womack (“It’s All Over Now”).
The Blues of Led Zeppelin
The Blueseum of Fine Art Radio Show presents the Blues of Led Zeppelin Radio Special with Chris Jagger and John Peyton from Memphis Minnie’s When the Levee Breaks to Willie Dixon’s You Shook Me and Bring it on Home to Leadbelly’s The Gallows Pole and Blind Willie Johnson’s Jesus Gonna Make My Dyin’ Bed aka Nobody’s Fault But Mine…and many other great blues numbers arranged and recorded by Page, Plant, Bonham and Jones as covered by Led Zeppelin. The special features the original recording and is followed by Zeppelin’s cover exclusively on your Blueseum of Fine Art.
Band of Brothers
The Roadhouse Revival’s Band of Brothers Radio Special features the rockin’ inspirational works of brothers who have collaborated to form music’s greatest bands. Features: The Allman Brothers, The Doobie Brothers, Holmes Brothers, The Neville Brothers and many more in the Band of Brothers special.
Gospel Accordin’ to Willie
Willie and sister Bobbie Nelson were deeply involved in gospel music as kids growing up in Abbott Texas. After High School, Willie joined the US Air Force and then moved on to be a DJ at a local Ft. Worth radio station. Never loosing their gospel roots, Willie attended Baylor University in Waco. While in college, Willie sold Bibles door to door, and taught Sunday School. Word has it his church told him he can’t do both, play honky tonks and churches…and the rest is history.
Keepin’ the Blues Alive
Blueseum of Fine Art one off tribute to the Texas Blues artists inducted into The Blues Foundation‘s Hall of Fame…Many Texas artists have also been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame…In addition, many more Texans have won numerous Grammy awards as well as the coveted WC Handy Blues Award. But today on your Blueseum of Fine Art, we showcase the Texas greats in The Blues Foundation‘s Hall of Fame. Including; T-Bone Walker, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Blind Lemmon Jefferson, Freddie King and Big Mama Thornton. As well as Albert Collins, Johnny Winter, Gatemouth Brown, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Sippie Wallace. It’s our pleasure to feature these Texas greats and more on your Blueseum of Fine Art’s one off tribute to the Texas Blues Artists inducted into The Blues Foundation‘s Hall of Fame.
For the Record
Forty-year veteran of Austin radio, Jody Denberg, is featured in a permanent exhibit on rock deejays in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He has produced more than fifty CDs, including a series of interviews with music’s biggest names. On his new radio program For the Record, Jody Denberg spends quality time with Paul McCartney as he explains where he does his writing. He will step inside a Big Apple recording studio with Patti Smith. R.E.M. will reveal the magic behind their greatest songs. No Cowboy boots will be needed to get on the bus with Willie Nelson. We will gain entry into the Dakota building to chat with Yoko Ono and visit New York’s Museum of Television and Radio to hang with Tom Petty. For the Record is global and visits with Ireland’s Solas, Sierra Leone’s Refugee All-stars and England’s Robyn Hitchcock. And For the Record also brings you conversations with newer artists like Rachael Yamagata, The Civil Wars, Andrew Bird, The Tedeschi Trucks Band and Brandi Carlisle. Jody also shares chats he’s had with late greats including Rick Danko of the Band and his pal Doug Sahm, Warren Zevon, Townes Van Zandt and Stevie Ray Vaughan.