January 29, 2011 at 10:00 pm CST
Saturday night at ten on Something Blue. John Shepherd and Happy Hour recorded live at Blues Fest.
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Something Blue – Happy Hour
Welcome to Something Blue. I’m Hairy Larry and I’ve got the Blues, for you.
Now that’s what I’m talking about. It’s John Shepherd and Happy Hour recorded live at Blues Fest on September 26, 2010. We heard “Hey Joe”, “Party Man” and “I’m A Man”. John Shepherd is a fantastic Blues guitarist and he always puts on a show. He was joined by another Wynne guitarist, Kyle Harrison, for most of the set. It was his birthday!
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Here’s two more from John Shepherd and Happy Hour, “Going Down” and “Prowling”.
All right now, we’re listening to John Shepherd and Happy Hour tonight. I recorded these songs at Blues Fest held every Fall at the Craighead Forest Bandshell in Jonesboro, Arkansas. John Shepherd is from Wynne, Arkansas and he is a Blues Fest regular.
We just heard “Rock Me Baby” and one John wrote called “So Tired”. Coming up next is a song beloved by Blues guitar fans everywhere, “Red House”.
Oh yeah, John Shepherd playing one he called a work in progress. Remember you heard it first right here on Something Blue.
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I’ve got two more songs from this great show. Another John Shepherd original, “Drop Down Mama” and then we’ll close with a cooking instrumental. Give it up for John Shepherd and Happy Hour.
Work In Progress is called “Too Blue”.
The instrumental is called “Seismic Boogie”.
Thanks to archive.org for hosting this concert.