Blues After Hours
(No Date Listed) Blues #6 ID’s Blues After Hours Mai Cramer, host producer 1. Rosco Gordon 2. Rosco Gordon 3. Sonny Rhodes (Long) 4. Sonny Rhodes 5. Sam McClain 6. Larry McCray 7. Van Walls 8. Van Walls 9. Maurice John Vaughan 10. Lucky Peterson (Thank You) 11. Lucky Peterson 12. Guitar Shorty (Long) 13. Guitar Shorty 14. Charles Brown (Well) 15. Charles Brown 16. Joe Louis Walker 17. Michelle Willson 18. Luther Allison 19. Sherman Robertson 20. Solomon Burke 21. Solomon Burke
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- Blues After Hours
- Series Description
Blues after Hours aired every Friday and Saturday night at 9:00pm online and on air at 'GBH 89.7fm. In 1978 Mai Cramer moved to Boston and WGBH, creating Blues After Hours. Cramer's wide-ranging musical appetite — from acoustic to jump blues, urban to R&B, with a little Delta and a lot of South Side Chicago mixed in — won her millions of ardent fans. She hosted the show until her death in 2002. Series release date: 5/11/1996
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- APA: Blues After Hours. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/A_C5CF84EDC33D470385CD6169658595EF