Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine’s “The Adventures of Sugar & Junior” is back on the radio!
as part of The John Sinclair Radio Show at RadioFreeAmsterdam.org
We are so excited to be back on the radio! Thank-you Big Chief!

Episode 807 is an eclectic program of music centered on a tasty “On The Road” contribution from
Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens of Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine reporting from
Clarksdale, Misissippi with their guest Charlie Musselwhite.
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-807-clarksdale-boogie/

Episode 792 is coming from the John Sinclair Café in the Psychedelic Healing Shack in the north end of Detroit, where I’ve been beaming out on Mondays since the new year started and where I’m featuring this week the brand new Big Ciity Rhythm & Blues Magazine CD Sampler #25, titled On The  Road To Nowhere and offering selections by Little Freddie King, John Boutte, Paul Oscher, Ed Jackson’s Time Out, Willie Buck, the great Detroit guitarist Jim McCarty, Jim Allchin, Tiaxica & Pope, Dawn Tyler Watson, the Blues Disciples, the L&M Rhythm KIngs, Mortal Soul, Harpdog Brown, Duca Belintani:, WildCat O’Halloran, and Blair Miller, wih Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens starting & ending things tonight.
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-792-on-the-road-to-nowhere/

Episode 790 is coming to you “live” from the John Sinclair Café in Dr. Bob’s Psychedelic Healing Shack at Woodward & Goldengate in the north end of Detroit, where I’ve got my beloved granddaughter Beyonce riding shortgun. It’s colder than cold today and we’ll start appropriately with the Sonny Boy Williamson classic “Nine Below Zero ,” add a couple more Sionny Boys on Checker and a pair of cuts from the brand new Buddy Guy album called The Blues Is Alive And Well, then we’ll turn things over to Robert Jr. Whitall and Sugar Mae Owns from Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine and their guest, the eminent new Orleans bluesman Benny Turner, with cuts from his new album deicated to his late brother Freddie King, and we’ll finish up with 3 sides by T-Bone Walker from the late 940so,”
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-790-me-and-my-guitar/

Episode 788 is coming for the last time from my Detroit head quarters for the past two years at 55 Peterboro in the Cass Corridor, where Joel Landy has kept me warm and comfortable out of the goodness of his heart, but starting next week we’ll be coming to you “live” from the new John Sinclair Café in Dr. Bob’s Psychedelic Healing Shack on Woodward & Goldengate in the north end of Detroit, every Monday evening at 9:00 pm EST and aired again the following Monday at 4:20 pm EST. This first episode for 2019 is centered on the Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine’s interview with bluesmen Chris James & Patrick Rynn by Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens in San Diego last month, intercut with selections from their albums Barrelhouse Stomp, Gonna Boogie Anyway, Stop and Think About It, and Trouble Don't Last.
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-788-STOP-AND-THINK-ABOUT-IT/

Episode 769 is coming from the Detroit studios of Radio Free Amsterdam in the Cass Corridor with another edition of On The Road with Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens of Big City Rhythm & Bues magazine, this time featuring an interview with James Partridge, producer of the revived Ann Arbor Blues Festival which takes place this month. The music for this week’s program is taken from the recordings of the 1972 Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival made by Atlantic Records on Howling Wolf, Muddy Waters, Koko Taylor, Bonnie Raitt, Sippie Wallace, Jr. Walker & The All Stars, Freddie King, and Luther Allison, plus an opening cut by Little Sonny from 1972 and a number from Full Circle by John Sinclair & His Blues Scholars with Wayne Kramer.
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-769-wang-dang-doodle/

Episode 766 is coming from the Detroit studios of Radio Free Amsterdam up above the Carl Lundgren
Art Studio in the Cass Corridor, where I’m playing music tonight from Little Freddie King’s new album Chasing Tha Blues and listening to the conversation between LFK and Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owensfrom Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine, recorded backstage at the New Orleans
Jazz & Heritage Festival this past May.
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-766-chasing-the-blues/

Episode 761 is coming from the Detroit studios of Radio Free Amsterdam up above the Carl Lundgren Art Studio in the Cass Corridor, and we’ve got a new installment of the On The Road feature by Robert Jr. Whitall and Sugar Mae Owens of Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine in Detroit all the way from the recent New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, where they had a nice talk backstage with the greatest bass player in the world, George Porter Jr., surrounded by music from The Meters. the Funky Meters, and the incomparable Snooks Eaglin with George on bass.
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-761-meterman/

Episode 755 is coming once again from the Radio Free Amsterdam studios in Detroit’s Cass Corridor, where I’m featuring the return this week of Robert Jr. Whitall & Sugar Mae Owens of Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine for the third installment in their series of artist interviews on location, this time with bluesman John Nemeth at the Tampa Bay Blues Festival earler in April, plus songs by John Nemeth, Thornetta Davis, Bob & April Monteleone, the great pianist and composer Cecil Taylor who passed away this month at the age of 89, a band called Blue & The Worn Out Soles singing “The Ballad of Sugar & Junior,” Charlie Wooten’s Zabadodat featuring Laura Reed, Bob Baldori & Arthur Magliazza, Billy Davis, Robert Bradley, the Planet D Nonet, and Charlie Parker & strings with our closing theme.

http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-755-feeling-freaky/

Episode 753 is coming from the Radio Free Amsterdam studios in Detroit’s Cass Corridor, where I’m featuring music this week from the new blues compilation called We Jukin’ Here, Volume 23 from Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine in Detroit produced by my dear friends & colleagues Robert Jr. Whitall and his wife & companion Sugar Mae, with selections by Scott Morgan, Kathy & The Kilowatts, Kelly’s Lot, Alastair Greene, Little G Weevil, Mike Skill, Jesse Cotton Stone, Little Red Rooster, Peter V & Blues Train, Laurie Morvan, and the Backtrack Blues Band.
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-753-we-jukin-here/

Episode 752 is coming from the Radio Free Amsterdam studios in Detroit’s Cass Corridor, with the second installment featuring music and conversation from the Blues Queen of Detroit, Ms. Thornetta Davis, and her album Honest Woman, a couple of cuts from her early Live At The Music Menu album, and her guest appearance on my album Detroit Life in 2008.
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-752-i-gotta-sang-the-blues/

Show 748 at RadioFreeAmsterdam.org featuring Bettye Lavette who we recently interviewed in Detroit, Michigan (3/3/18) talking about her new CD “Things Have Changed.”
http://radiofreeamsterdam.org/john-sinclair-radio-show-748-things-have-changed/


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