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  • Playlist 5-2-21

    TANGLED UP IN BLUES 5-2-21 SHOW #3 Buddy Guy-RED HOUSE Tom Waits-HEARTATTACK AND VINE Little Steven & The Disciples Of Soul-BLUES IS MY BUSINESS Bobby "Blue" Bland-I PITY THE FOOL Jimmy Page-PRISON BLUES The Doors-GLORIA Grateful Dead-U.S. BLUES Chris Isaak-BABY DID A BAD BAD THING Billy F. Gibbons-MISSIN' YO KISSIN' Black Pumas-COLORS The Animals-GIN HOUSE BLUES Joe Bonamassa-BLUES DELUXE Big Head Todd & The Monsters / John Lee Hooker-BOOM BOOM Allman Betts Band-DOWN TO THE RIVER Elvin Bishop-CAN'T EVEN DO WRONG RIGHT J. Geils Band-SERVES YOU RIGHT TO SUFFER Charlie Musselwhite-BLUES OVERTOOK ME (Live) Tracy Nelson-WHAT GOOD CAN DRINKIN' DO R.L. Burnside-IT'S BAD YOU KNOW The Record Company-RITA MAE YOUNG Colin Dussault Blues Project-I AM A BLUES MAN Guitar Shorty-PLEASE MR. PRESIDENT Tina Turner-ROCK ME BABY Eric Clapton-RIVER OF TEARS Christone "Kingfish" Ingram-EMPTY PROMISES (Live) Anthony Gomes-TESTIFY Gov't Mule-IT'S A MAN'S MAN'S MAN'S WORLD (Live) Chuck Berry-WEE WEE HOURS Carrie Rodriguez-DEVIL IN MIND Chris Cain-I BELIEVE I GOT OFF CHEAP Hanni El Khatib-YOU RASCAL YOU Joe Grushecky-BACK DOOR MAN email: website:

  • Playlist 4-25-21

    ALL REQUEST SHOW Janis Joplin: “Kozmic Blues” George Thorogood & The Destroyers: “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (Live)” Jonny Lang: “Make It Move” Mike Zito: “Rocket Man” Kim Wilson: “Strange Things Happening” Jimmie Vaughan: “Six Strings Down (Live)” ZZ Top: “La Grange (Live)” Walter Trout: “Cherry Red Wine” Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes: “The Fever Robert Johnson: “Come On In My Kitchen” Reverend Freakchild / Melvin Seals: “Yer Blues” John Lee Hooker / Carlos Santana: “The Healer” Bob Dylan: “Blind Willie McTell” Blind Willie McTell: “Talkin’ To Your Mama” Allman Brothers Band: “One Way Out (Live)” Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble: “Tin Pan Alley (aka The Roughest Place In Town)” Eric Gales: “Handwriting On The Wall” Bobby “Blue” Bland: “Stormy Monday Blues” Tab Benoit: “Muddy Bottom Blues” Samantha Fish: “Dirty” Jimi Hendrix: “Catfish Blues” Bobby Rush: “I Got 3 Problems” Cream: “Strange Brew” Albert King: “Roadhouse Blues (Live)” Joan Osborne: “Shake Your Hips” Magic Slim & The Teardrops: “Bad Avenue” B.B. King: “Every Day I Have The Blues” Boz Scaggs: “Dry Spell” Jack White: “Fly Farm Blues” Gary Clark Jr. “I Don’t Owe You a Thang” Elvis Presley “Trouble” email: website:

  • JAMEY JOHNSON @ Packard Music Hall

    Originally scheduled for February 12, 2021 at 8:00pm. Previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date. Get Tickets Here


    Live Music Returns - May 28th, 2021. Get Tickets Here One of the most impressive guitarists to emerge from the rich Bayous of Southern Louisiana in recent years, Tab Benoit’s guitar tone can be recognized before his Otis-Redding-ish voice resonates from the speakers. He doesn’t rely on any effects and his set up is simple. It consists of a guitar, cord, and Category 5 Amplifier. The effects that you hear come from his fingers. Born on November 17, 1967, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Benoit grew up in the nearby oil and fishing town of Houma, where he still resides today. Musically, he was exposed early on to traditional Cajun waltzes and the country music broadcast on his hometown’s only radio station. Benoit’s father was himself a musician; as such, the family home was filled with various instruments. He began playing drums but switched to guitar because the only gigs to be had in rural Louisiana were held in churches and at church fairs, and organizers would not allow loud drums to be played at these events. In the late 80’s Tab Benoit began hanging out at the Blues Box, a music club and cultural center in Baton Rouge run by guitarist Tabby Thomas. Playing guitar alongside Thomas, Raful Neal, Henry Gray and other high-profile regulars at the club, Benoit learned the blues first-hand from these living blues legends. He formed a trio in 1987 and began playing clubs in Baton Rouge and New Orleans. In 1992 Benoit released his first recording Nice and Warm. Nice and Warm prompted comparisons to blues guitar heavyweights like Albert King, Albert Collins and even Jimi Hendrix. Tab began playing two-hundred and fifty shows a year, a schedule he has kept up for over twenty years. He recorded four albums for Justice Records before being signed to the Vanguard label, and became Louisiana’s Number One Blues export. Tab Benoit’s music evolved again after he signed with the Telarc International/Concord Music Group in 2002. He began to strip it down to a three-piece group, where he found more freedom as a guitarist. Tab began to spend more time in the Wetlands and it was where he began to write his songs. Wetlands was the title of his first Telac/Concord International release. The record combined many musical styles that are indigenous to Louisiana, while he began to play accordion lines and washboard on guitar. Following the release of Wetlands in 2004 Benoit founded the Voice of the Wetlands non-profit organization ( and began to use music and gather other musicians to use their platforms for getting the message out. He put together an all-star band that featured Cyril Neville, Anders Osborne, George Porter Jr, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, Johnny Vidacovich, Johnny Sansone, and Waylon Thibodeaux that became The Voice of the Wetlands All-Stars. The Voice of the Wetlands All-Stars have released two CDs and occasionally tour throughout the country. Benoit recently launched his own imprint, Whiskey Bayou Records, with partner and manager, Rueben Williams. The label has thus far released albums by such established artists as Eric McFadden, Damon Fowler, Eric Johanson, Jeff McCarty, and Dash Rip Rock. In 2019 Benoit hits the road for a major U.S. Tour, the Whiskey Bayou Revue, featuring Benoit and several of his label’s artists.


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