Backroom Blues Hour

Premiere DateOct 15, 2012
Categories Media Music
00:00 The Backroom Blues Hour on BTR
00:32 Movin’ – Larry Graham & Graham Central Station
05:26 It Ain't No Fun to Me – Larry Graham & Graham Central Station
11:32 Fragment pour le Future del l'Homme – Laetitia Sadier
16:05 The Backroom Blues Hour on BTR
16:54 Mean Ol’ Train – Leopold And His Fiction
19:25 Katie Mae – Leopold And His Fiction
21:06 Let It Live Free – He's My Brother She's My Sister
24:33 Let’s Go – He's My Brother She's My Sister
27:17 Crows Feet – Black Pistol Fire
29:54 Busted & Blue – Black Pistol Fire
32:30 The Backroom Blues Hour on BTR
33:00 My Daddy Was A RocknRoller – Jason Collet
36:14 Dirty Old Town – Bettye LaVette
42:58 Crazy – Bettye LaVette
48:31 DJ Moguls Green Mountain Bluegrass Hour Promo
49:07 Some Kind of Fool – Raymond Byron & the White Freighter
52:41 The Backroom Blues Hour on BTR
53:09 Sinner In The Sea – Calexico
57:11 Everybody Thinks You're An Angel – Mose Allison
60:04 Finish

Hit up the Backroom this month for a preview of the blues talent playing the CMJ Music Marathon this week in New York City. Plus, DJRePete is spinning brand new blues blocs by funk specialists Larry Graham & Graham Central Station, rock blues via He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, and chill blues with BTR newcomer Bettye LaVette. Get your monthly dose of blues with DJRePete and the BTR Backroom Blues Hour!

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Larry Graham & Graham Central Station (photo by Larry Graham)
November 7 – Effenaar – Eindhoven, The Netherlands


He’s My Brother She’s My Sister (photo by He’s My Brother She’s My Sister)
October 16 – Old Rock House – St. Louis, MO

Jason Collett
October 22 – Yukon Arts Centre – Whitehorse, YT Canada


Bettye LaVette (photo by Bettye LaVette)
October 15 – Yoshi’s – San Francisco, CA

Calexico
October 15 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL

HOST DJ RePete
DJRePete is obsessed with the way we discover music. Each week he kickstarts your Saturday with The Listening Booth with alternative, electronica, hip hop, rock, blues, jazz -- no genre is off limits! The mix is…

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