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Session 01 February 16 2012

Had a Great first show. The first hour was marvelous! The second hour was…well as they say…it was live radio. The only thing I’ve learned from my mistakes…is not to repeat them. Confident that this will be my guiding philosophy during the second show.

By their own admission British bands including the Beatles, Rolling Stones and others were influenced during their formative years by the genre and they will be given a strong voice as the weeks and shows move forward.

The special feature Three For Thursday highlighted Deborah Coleman, an American singer/songwriter/performer.

Deborah Coleman (born October 3, 1956, Portsmouth, Virginia) is an American blues guitarist, songwriter and singer. Coleman won the Orville Gibson Award for “Best Blues Guitarist, Female” in 2001, and was nominated for a W.C. Handy Blues Music Award nine times. Coleman was raised in a music-loving military family that lived in San Diego, San Francisco, Bremerton, Washington, and the Chicago area. With her father playing piano, two brothers on guitar, and a sister who plays guitar and keyboards, Deborah felt natural with an instrument in her hands, picking up guitar at age 8.

She has appeared at all the top Blues festivals across America…including  the Monterey Jazz Festival in 2001, and the North Atlantic Blues Festival in 2007
Coleman’s debut, I Can’t Lose (1997), was an album of ballads and blues stories, and guitar playing and singing. Her version of Billie Holiday’s “Fine and Mellow” received a lot of airplay on college and public radio stations around the U.S. Soul Be It (2002) included the opener “Brick”, “My Heart Bleeds Blue”, “Don’t Lie to Me,” and a jump blues track, “I Believe”. These were followed by What About Love? (2004) and Stop the Game (2007).

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Session 01 February 16 2012

Had a Great first show. The first hour was marvelous! The second hour was…well as they say…it was live radio. The only thing I’ve learned from my mistakes…is not to repeat them. Confident that this will be my guiding philosophy during the second show.

By their own admission British bands including the Beatles, Rolling Stones and others were influenced during their formative years by the genre and they will be given a strong voice as the weeks and shows move forward.

The special feature Three For Thursday highlighted Deborah Coleman, an American singer/songwriter/performer.

Deborah Coleman (born October 3, 1956, Portsmouth, Virginia) is an American blues guitarist, songwriter and singer. Coleman won the Orville Gibson Award for “Best Blues Guitarist, Female” in 2001, and was nominated for a W.C. Handy Blues Music Award nine times. Coleman was raised in a music-loving military family that lived in San Diego, San Francisco, Bremerton, Washington, and the Chicago area. With her father playing piano, two brothers on guitar, and a sister who plays guitar and keyboards, Deborah felt natural with an instrument in her hands, picking up guitar at age 8.

She has appeared at all the top Blues festivals across America…including  the Monterey Jazz Festival in 2001, and the North Atlantic Blues Festival in 2007
Coleman’s debut, I Can’t Lose (1997), was an album of ballads and blues stories, and guitar playing and singing. Her version of Billie Holiday’s “Fine and Mellow” received a lot of airplay on college and public radio stations around the U.S. Soul Be It (2002) included the opener “Brick”, “My Heart Bleeds Blue”, “Don’t Lie to Me,” and a jump blues track, “I Believe”. These were followed by What About Love? (2004) and Stop the Game (2007).

source:Wikipedia

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Session 01 February 16 2012

Had a Great first show. The first hour was marvelous! The second hour was…well as they say…it was live radio. The only thing I’ve learned from my mistakes…is not to repeat them. Confident that this will be my guiding philosophy during the second show.

By their own admission British bands including the Beatles, Rolling Stones and others were influenced during their formative years by the genre and they will be given a strong voice as the weeks and shows move forward.

The special feature Three For Thursday highlighted Deborah Coleman, an American singer/songwriter/performer.

Deborah Coleman (born October 3, 1956, Portsmouth, Virginia) is an American blues guitarist, songwriter and singer. Coleman won the Orville Gibson Award for “Best Blues Guitarist, Female” in 2001, and was nominated for a W.C. Handy Blues Music Award nine times. Coleman was raised in a music-loving military family that lived in San Diego, San Francisco, Bremerton, Washington, and the Chicago area. With her father playing piano, two brothers on guitar, and a sister who plays guitar and keyboards, Deborah felt natural with an instrument in her hands, picking up guitar at age 8.

She has appeared at all the top Blues festivals across America…including  the Monterey Jazz Festival in 2001, and the North Atlantic Blues Festival in 2007
Coleman’s debut, I Can’t Lose (1997), was an album of ballads and blues stories, and guitar playing and singing. Her version of Billie Holiday’s “Fine and Mellow” received a lot of airplay on college and public radio stations around the U.S. Soul Be It (2002) included the opener “Brick”, “My Heart Bleeds Blue”, “Don’t Lie to Me,” and a jump blues track, “I Believe”. These were followed by What About Love? (2004) and Stop the Game (2007).

source:Wikipedia

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Session 01 February 16 2012

Had a Great first show. The first hour was marvelous! The second hour was…well as they say…it was live radio. The only thing I’ve learned from my mistakes…is not to repeat them. Confident that this will be my guiding philosophy during the second show.

By their own admission British bands including the Beatles, Rolling Stones and others were influenced during their formative years by the genre and they will be given a strong voice as the weeks and shows move forward.

The special feature Three For Thursday highlighted Deborah Coleman, an American singer/songwriter/performer.

Deborah Coleman (born October 3, 1956, Portsmouth, Virginia) is an American blues guitarist, songwriter and singer. Coleman won the Orville Gibson Award for “Best Blues Guitarist, Female” in 2001, and was nominated for a W.C. Handy Blues Music Award nine times. Coleman was raised in a music-loving military family that lived in San Diego, San Francisco, Bremerton, Washington, and the Chicago area. With her father playing piano, two brothers on guitar, and a sister who plays guitar and keyboards, Deborah felt natural with an instrument in her hands, picking up guitar at age 8.

She has appeared at all the top Blues festivals across America…including  the Monterey Jazz Festival in 2001, and the North Atlantic Blues Festival in 2007
Coleman’s debut, I Can’t Lose (1997), was an album of ballads and blues stories, and guitar playing and singing. Her version of Billie Holiday’s “Fine and Mellow” received a lot of airplay on college and public radio stations around the U.S. Soul Be It (2002) included the opener “Brick”, “My Heart Bleeds Blue”, “Don’t Lie to Me,” and a jump blues track, “I Believe”. These were followed by What About Love? (2004) and Stop the Game (2007).

source:Wikipedia

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