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Something Blue – Loft – March 4, 2017

This is Hairy Larry inviting you to enjoy Something Blue every Saturday night at ten. This week we’re featuring Bear Country, Striding The Blast, Eden Prime, Azul and Midori, and Bebop Beatniks. For more about the show visit the Something Blue website at http://sbblues.com.

Don’t miss Something Blue, Saturday night at 10:00 PM CST, at http://kasu.org.

Bear Country – Live In The Loft at The Edge Coffeehouse on January 28, 2017
https://archive.org/details/bc2017-01-28

Striding The Blast – Live In The Loft at The Edge Coffeehouse on January 28, 2017
https://archive.org/details/stb2017-01-28

Eden Prime – Live In The Loft at The Edge Coffeehouse on January 28, 2017

Azul and Midori – Jazz In The Loft at The Edge Coffeehouse on February 11, 2017

Bebop Beatniks and Friends – Jazz In The Loft at The Edge Coffeehouse on February 11, 2017
https://archive.org/details/hl2017-02-11



Bear Country, Closet Song

Welcome to Something Blue. I’m Hairy Larry and I’ve got the blues, for you.

Bear Country, Do You Wanna Go (to Heaven)
Bear Country, Spectre

All right now. It’s Bear Country playing live In The Loft at The Edge Coffeehouse on January 28, 2017. We heard “Closet Song”, “Do You Wanna Go (to Heaven)”, and “Spectre”. Bear Country is Dylan Nelson and Tyler Lamb, both on guitar and vocals and for an acoustic duo it’s a powerhouse show.

Something Blue is broadcast on KASU, 91.9 FM and streaming on the internet at http://kasu.org.

I’m Hairy Larry, host of Something Blue. The In The Loft shows are promoted by Gunner Bassinger, Chenoa Summers, and myself. We have them upstairs at The Edge Coffeehouse where there’s a nice room that’s perfect for live music. Family friendly and no cover charge, what’s not to like.

Visit the Something Blue website at http://sbblues.com to listen anytime and for clickable links to more music by our featured performers. Friend me or message me on Facebook. Search for Hairy Larry, Delta Boogie, or In The Loft. Thanks to the Live Music Archive at http://archive.org where you can hear all the songs from the In The Loft concerts.

We’ve heard Striding the Blast on Something Blue many times in the past when I’ve recorded them at the bandshell. I even made a Youtube video of them. Their current configuration is a trio with James Carvell – guitar and vocals, Joey Hankins – vocals, and Mark Meyer – guitar. They have a bright upbeat sound with two cooking guitars and harmony vocals. Now, also recorded In The Loft on January 28, 2017 here’s Striding the Blast playing “Twist of Fate”, “Life & Death”, and “The Last One”.

Striding the Blast, Twist of Fate
Striding the Blast, Life & Death
Striding the Blast, The Last One

Eden Prime, Pretend to Pray
Eden Prime, The Island
Azul and Midori, Mr. PC

Now that’s what I’m talking about, it’s Azul and Midori playing the John Coltrane song, “Mr. PC”.

Before that we heard Eden Prime singing “Pretend to Pray” and “The Island”. Eden Prime was recorded live In The Loft on January 28, 2017. Chenoa Summers sings and writes for Eden Prime. Her songs have a science fiction setting taking place in a world she created.

Something Blue is broadcast on KASU, 91.9 FM and streaming on the internet at http://kasu.org.

I’m Hairy Larry, host of Something Blue. There’s no music like live music and I love being able to record these great live bands to play for you on Something Blue. We are planning more In The Loft concerts already. I hope to see you there.

We had Jazz In The Loft on February 11, 2017. It was really a great time with a fun audience for the jazz music.

Now here’s Azul and Midori playing a Horace Silver piece “Song For My Father” followed by Bebop Beatniks and Friends doing Tadd Dameron’s “Ladybird”.

Azul and Midori, Song For My Father
Bebop Beatniks and Friends, Ladybird

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