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The Iowa Blues Showcase features local, regional, and national blues artists. It is both new live shows, and archive shows going back to the 1980s.

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December 25, 2017

IBSC 83 Christmas Blues Redux

yup our first repeat, but this one's important since it is the Blue Bands last dance.   This show features a lot of Bob Dorr and the Blue band, with songs also by Rob Lumbard, Max Wellman, Tina Haas Finley, Jono Smith, John Evans, and Brian Holtz.  This is probably my favorite podcast.  Have a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!!!

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Tom Gary  

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December 11, 2017

IBSC 81 Women in Blues II

Nothing but women blues performers tonight!  On the show we have April May, Joni Godsdottir, Madam Jules, Molly Nova, Carol Thomas, Sherry Ludders, Bridget Thompson, Bajae Fleming, Krista Haugland, Trish Toma, and Tina Haas.  Wow!   

 

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October 30, 2017

IBSC 75 Iowa Blues Artists

A lot of great Iowa Blues artist tonight.   The legendary Jon East, Big Sister, Bo Ramsey, Bob Pace, Catfish Keith, Craig Erickson, Chicago Rick Lussie, Carol Thomas, Joe Price, Jono Smith, Taz Grant, Madam Jules, and The Bad Boys of the Blues.  Great show!!!!  Lots of Iowa Blues, and Rock and Roll hall of famers.  

Enjoy!!!!!!!

Tom Gary

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Update:  had to reupload the show.  it works now. thanks!!!

Tonights show originally aired on Internet radio in December 21 2003.  It was the last show of season four of the Iowa Blues Showcase.  Our guests were Dewey Cantrell, and Matt Woods.  Frank Strong entertained us with Frank Sings, and Jodi Bodley led the band during the Worlds most dangerous blues jam.  

The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary.  Director of bands was Jono Smith, with John Lee Eagan, Frank Strong, Don Brown and Rick Mo.  

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Tonights show originally aired on the internet in December of 2003.  It starred Jody Bodley, Dewey Cantrell, Gene Jackson, a Tribute to Chicago Rick and Des Moines on $50 with Frank Strong. 

The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary.  Director of bands was Jono Smith, with Rick Mosqueda, John Lee Eagan, Don Brown, and Frank Strong.  

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Tonights show originally recorded in October of 2003, and aired on internet radio.   It starred Kyle Dean Patton and Brian McNammer, Heather West, and Rob Lumbard. Special segment Des Moines on  $50!! The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary.  Director of bands was Jono Smith, with John Lee Eagan, Rick Mo, and Frank Strong. 

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Welcome to season six of the Iowa Blues showcase.  Tonights show stars Sadona Mondaval, and Bridget Thompson.  We also snuck in recordings of Jay Taylor "Are we on the air" and Jono Smith "Have you ever had the blues"   Great show!!!

The Iowa Blues Showcase is produced by Tom Gary.  Director of bands Jono Smith, with John Krantz on drums, and Rich on Bass.  Jay Taylor produced Are we on the air.  

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another great show!!!   Tonights show originally aired in October of 2003.  It featured Where in the World is Woody!  With John Woody Wood, The Living Stones, John Lukehart, and end with a special apparence by Tina Haas Finley!!!!!    That is a show!!!!

The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary.  Director of Bands was Jono Smith with John Lee Eagan, Rick Mo, Frank Strong, and Don Brown.  

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Tonights show is the second half of the September 2003 Iowa Blues Showcase.  This show featured Gary Smith, Clover Buckingham, and Iowa Blues Hall of Famer Steve George.  It also featured a one time segment of Storm Lake Days.  The show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary.  Director of Bands was Jono Smith, with John Lee Eagan, Don Brown, and Rick Mosqueda.  Our announcer was Ben Williams.  

Please tell your friends about our podcast and help us keep the blues alive!!!  THANKS and DFTBA

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Tonights show is the first episode of season 4 from September 2003!  The show starred James Bein, and Tina Haas Finley.  We also had the first attempt of a new segment called Where in the World is Woody!!!  

Our show was produced by Jay Taylor and Tom Gary, with musical direction by Jono Smith.  The shows announcer was Ben Williams, with the Worlds most dangerous blues band featuring John Lee Eagan, Rick Mosqueda and Don Brown.  

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