Kim Reteguiz and the Black Cat Bones have played for audiences of up to 25,000 people and have been a featured act in festivals with up to 250,000 attendees!
Inked onto their resumes so far are major gigs such as the 2012 Opening Act for day two of the 22nd annual Sprining the Blues Festival, Headlining act for the Uptown Altamonte Springs Winestock 2012, 2011 and 12 Rock 'n' Roll Marathon SAvannah and Tampa and much more. They are a favorite on Jacksonville's 89.9 FM's Blues Horizons and will be featured for a third time on CW 17's Your Jax Music.
Lead Vocalist Kim Reteguiz is known regionally as a vocal powerhouse with a dynamic vocal range and stage performance. She is a classically trained, bilingual vocalist who began singing hymnals in church at the young age of four. Her talent and reputation has allowed her to take the stage as the featured artist for the 2011 Springing the Blues Festival, she has share the stage with Blues greats such as Willie Green, Trampled Underfoot, Michael Burke, and Shane Dwight. Her voice has been featured on four episodes of CW17's Your Jax Music, and is a frequent sound on 89.9’s 'Blues Horizons' and 'String Theory' Radio shows. Willie Green stated that Kim Reteguiz is the future of the blues! She can easily be placed among the vocal stylings of Etta James and Janis Joplin combined but with the soul and vocal power of Aretha Franklin and the rockers edge of Joan Jett. Although these comparisons can be made, her fans will tell you that her voice is her own and like no others.
On Drums is Cody Walker Jr. His drumming drives the band along like a steaming locomotive. Along with Kim Reteguiz he was the featured artist for the 2012 Springing the Blues Festival, he has shared the stage/recorded with former members of Steppenwolf, Johnny Van Zandt Band, K.C. & the Sunshine Band, Mariah Carey Tour Band, Rick Derringer Band, Energy Orchard, The Bolshoi and many more. He is known for his attention to dynamics, precise tempo and his never-ending journey toward the perfect sound. Along with drumming, Cody Walker Jr. and Kim Reteguiz are the primary songwriters for the group.
Brian McElrath is a accomplished Recording Artist with over 30 years of experience. He adds the colors and tones that contribute to the groups clean, polished sound with his Telecaster, He calls it his "Go To Guitar". In 1966 Brian McElrath picked up his brothers guitar after hearing a Beatles song he wanted to learn. 45 years later, he keeps a guitar within easy reach at all times. He retired from a career as a officer with the Jacksonville Fire Department and now devotes all of his time to a variety of musical endeavors. He is a veteran of numerous regional bands and was an original member of The Retrokats. His credits include a song copyright and an entire album of music recorded with producer Jim Devito at Last Resort Studios. Brian favors the Fender Telecaster as his "go to" guitar along with an assortment of vintage and modern analog gear. He now looks forward to backing vocalist and performer Kim Reteguiz on a regular basis. "This project is extremely exciting and I'm bringing a sound to the band that I hope she always enjoys."
Rounding out the group is Phil Green on the Bass Guitar. Like the rest of the members of the group, Phil brings decades of stage experience to the group. He has shared the stage with Skunk Baxter of Steely Dan. Phil also performs with Spade McQuade & the Allstars, An Atlantic Beach Musical Favorite.
Recently joining the group on the Hammond Organ is Shawn Pfaffman...owner of the First Coast School of Music, At such a young age, has mastered an instrument that is nearly extinct in the world of Blues.
Though based in Jacksonville, Kim Reteguiz and & the Black Cat Bones can be seen at Festivals all over the Southeast. Kim has also performed at venues like The Brown Street Club in Greenville, SC, Mojo Kitchen & Blues Bar in Jacksonville and as far South
Cody Walker Jr. - Drums/Percussion/Vocals
Brian McElrath - Guitar/Vocals
Phil Green - Bass guitar/Vocals
Kim Reteguiz - Lead Vocals
Shawn Pfaffman - Hammond/Piano
Hugh Bundy - Bass
Rick Arcusa - Piano, Percussions, Hammond
Disc 2 (Freshman BCB Project: Pre-Production) 2012:
Black Cat Bone
No More Lettuce
Swamp Blues-Radio Airplay
Red Beans and Rice-Original by Brian McElrath
Not Without You-Radio Airplay
Better Than Before-Radio Airplay
All Kinds of Sorrow
Single: Father's Child-Radio Airplay
Disc 1 Release 2010 with the Rocco blu band: Why Do I Care and other stories of a blue guitar...
I’m Through With You
Hound Dog Mama
Big Fat Woman
And I Cry-Television Airplay
I’m Goin Up
Why Do I Care-Television Airplay and Radio Play
A Woman Can Too-Television Airplay
Down to the River-Radio Play
Kim Reteguiz and the Black Cat Bones Demo
03 Swamp Blues
02 No More Lettuce
01 Black Cat Bone
04 It'll Be Allright
05 Better Than Before
06 All Kinds of Sorrow
Great Atlantic Music & Seafood Festival (Jax Beach) March 19th
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“We couldn’t think of a better way to jump out of winter hibernation than throwing a gigantic beach ...“We couldn’t think of a better way to jump out of winter hibernation than throwing a gigantic beach party! Get ready for a full day of music, dancing, and chowing down on fresh, mouth-watering seafood! Mark your calendars for March 19 2011.
The free festival offers live music, fresh seafood cooked in every possible way, a festival market place, surf contest, and rides and games for the entire family.
National recording artists and regional touring bands form this year’s lineup. Music begins at noon with local bluegrass pioneers, Grandpa’s Cough Medicine, followed by blues-rock bands, Rocco Blu and Chroma, and Simplified. Louisiana natives, Honey Island Swamp Band, will play songs from the bayou and kLob will close the festival with their concoction of jazz, blues, and soul. The music will end at the Seawalk Pavilion and it will continue at local bars and restaurants for the after parties.
First Coast, Florida Keys and Louisiana inspired seafood cuisine will be prepared any way you like it- grilled, boiled, fried, or steamed.
Hundreds of unique and interesting original arts, crafts, homemade goods and professional services make up the Festival Market Place including rides, games, and kid’s activities.
The Great Atlantic Surf Festival will take place In conjunction with the Florida State Surfing Festival March 19 and 20. This event brings local and national surf champions together to compete in over 16 divisions. For more information, visit www.floridasurfing.org”
Noon-12:45 pm- Grandpa’s Cough Medicine
1:00-1:45 pm-Rocco blu
3:15-4:30 pm- Simplified
5:00-6:00 pm-Honey Island Swamp Band
Classic Blues With a Twist
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Classic Blues with a Twist Deep in the OM Bar & Chill Lounge By Clyde Mack, Jr. Special to the Ob...Classic Blues with a Twist
Deep in the OM Bar & Chill Lounge
By Clyde Mack, Jr.
Special to the Observer
NEW SMYRNA BEACH – The lights go down. The amps hum. You’re in the Om Bar & Chill Lounge at 392 Flagler Ave, NSB, Friday Night, July 15. You’ve been transported to a time when blues and rock were intertwined; neither style dominating; one form complementing the other. You’re transported to an era of greatness, Etta James and Koko Taylor, through the Allman Brothers and Big Brother & the Holding Company.
You’re jamming to the classic, yet contemporary sounds of ‘Rocco blu.’
Critics and blues aficionados have placed lead singer Kim Reteguiz – in a class of her own.
Janice, Aretha, and only a handful of other female blues singers have achieved the lasting style, with which Kim communicates; classic blues styling with a contemporary sensibility.
Rockin’ the Blues.
“Rocco blu” takes you to a new place with its sensual vocals, rocking guitar riffs and a solid rhythm section bringing it all together. Rocco blu is a small but powerful group; tugging heart strings one minute – driving you out onto the dance floor the next.
A Jacksonville-based band, ‘Rocco blu’ has jammed at countless Music and Blues Festivals all over North Florida; the 26th Annual Great Atlantic Music and Seafood Festival, The St. John‘s River Blues Fest and Blues fests all the way up into the Carolinas. The band’s next goal is to jam at the B.B. King Club in NY, NY.
This blues quartet is solid.
Powerful and soulful, that’s how critics describe Kim’s vocals. Jeff Palmer’s guitar is on fire, Duane keeps the funk happenin’ and Cody Walker, Jr. has it goin’-on, on the skins. Watch out pit – these blues practitioners will be out in the crowd by the second verse.
That all happens Saturday, July 15; then Sunday, July 16, the party at the OM Bar & Chill Lounge just starts right back up.
Local Talent Happening.
Sunday Jason Miller of The Pickin' Kind and Halifax Contraband will be killing the crowd. Jason’s described as a young, local musician – who has an ‘old soul.’ Jason plays mandolin and is great. The OM Bar is also cranking-up the ‘special atmosphere’ with a touch of the exotic - featuring ‘Sushi Sunday’ Manzano’s Julie Howe practices her “kaiju sushi” magic – featuring ‘made to order sushi & rice balls.’
Get it while it’s fresh – both the blues – and the blue fin.
For more info on this weekend’s OM Bar & Chill Lounge ‘excursion’ call (386) 423-2727 or check out www.theombar.com.
Kim Reteguiz with Rocco blu at the OM Bar
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Rocco at the OM Bar By Clyde Mack, Jr. Special to the the Observer NEW SMYRNA BEACH – While the...Rocco at the OM Bar
By Clyde Mack, Jr.
Special to the the Observer
NEW SMYRNA BEACH – While the party’s rocking Thursday night at the Shrimp & Seafood Festival on Flagler, from 8 p.m. until Midnight – “Rocco Blu,” will be jamming at the OM Bar and Chill Lounge.
If you’ve ever wished you could be taken back to a time when real music lived and existed - only to make you feel something, then this will be your bag, baby. Following in the footsteps of Blues greats from Etta James and Koko Taylor to the Allman Brothers, it's Classic blues with a modern twist. Rocco Blu rocks the Blues!
Covers of Etta James hits, classic Jimi Hendrix and the queen of soul - Aretha Franklin are but a few of the styling’s this fantastic group is known for. When you spend the night with Rocco Blu you will experience a journey through the Blues with powerful but sensual vocals, guitar riffs that sing and a solid rhythm section that brings it all together.
Legendary Blues Artist Willie Green proclaimed Lead Vocalist Kim Reteguiz as "The Future of the Blues". She can easily be placed among the vocal stylings of Janis Joplin but with the soul and vocal power of Aretha Franklin and the rockers edge of Joan Jett. Although these comparisons can be made, Rocco Blu fans will tell you that her voice is her own and like no others.
To find out more about Thursday night’s happening check out – www.theombar.com.
Kim Reteguiz with Rocco blu and Mile Train at Mojos Kitchen
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ROCCO BLU AND MILE TRAIN AT MOJO'S KITCHEN Music Sunday, June 19, 2011, 5:00 AM Google Calendar Ya...ROCCO BLU AND MILE TRAIN AT MOJO'S KITCHEN
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MOJO'S KITCHEN in Beaches
ROCCO BLU and MILE TRAIN, both 2011 SPRINGING IN THE BLUES ARTISTS and two of the best BLUES AND ROCK bands around, will perform at Mojo’s at the Beach, on June 18, 2011, at 10pm. Rocco Blu will be performing new music from their upcoming CD to be released in August.
Both bands, comprised of very talented musicians, tour throughout the Southeast with Rocco Blu based in Jacksonville and Mile Train based in Georgia with strong Jacksonville ties.
Following in the footsteps of Blues greats from Etta James and Koko Taylor to the Allman Brothers, it's Classic blues with a modern twist. ROCCO BLU rocks the Blues! Legendary Blues Artist Willie Green proclaimed Lead Vocalist Kim Reteguiz as "The Future of the Blues".
Mile Train's sound cannot be easily described. Based on Delta blues, jazz and Southern rock, the band has forged a recognizably eclectic musical phenomenon.
Rocco Blu and Mile Train on June 18th at Mojo’s Kitchen equals one fantastic musical night
Our Pics: Reasons to Leave the House This Week
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Northeast Florida music lovers feeling a little overheated this summer can cool down to the bluesy s...Northeast Florida music lovers feeling a little overheated this summer can cool down to the bluesy sound of Rocco blu on Saturday September 3rd at 10pm at Mojo No. 4 Urban Whiskey Bar, Jacksonville. This firey four are local music festival faves and have shown their true-blue colors with original tunes and their personal take on blues and rock greats like Etta James, KoKo Taylor and The Allman Brothers Band.
Savannah Embraces Rock and Roll
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By Larry Peterson They came in droves to run for hours. And half of Savannah watched, or at least...By Larry Peterson
They came in droves to run for hours. And half of Savannah watched, or at least it seemed like it.
So it went Saturday for the long-awaited Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, which drew about 19,500 runners and an estimated 49,000 spectators.
Click here to view Spotted® photos from the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon
Runners hailed from all 50 states and 20-plus countries, and 88 percent came from outside Chatham County.
The last runner, a walker by that point, rounded the corner of Daffin Park about noon. A sag wagon followed closely behind.
“You go,” lead singer Kim Reteguiz shouted from the nearby stage. “You’re at the 15-mile mark. I’m so proud of you.”
Only half of the band originally scheduled to play at Bee Road and Washington Avenue was on hand Saturday. The band, Rocco Blu, actually broke up last week, said lead singer Kim Reteguiz.
“I feel like I broke up with three men,” she said.
Not wanting to miss out on the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, the Jacksonville-based singer brought her old drummer, Cody Walker, Jr. and two new bandmates to Savannah. Here they happily jammed the whole morning with Savannah-based Big Money, playing blues rock and country all morning.
“I can relate to marathon runners,” Reteguiz said. “They’re running; I’m dancing three hours on stage. We’re trying to keep it high energy.”
Last Leg Rally Battle of the Blues
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It started out in 2010 as a lead in event to the famous Daytona Bike Week when thousands of motorcyc...It started out in 2010 as a lead in event to the famous Daytona Bike Week when thousands of motorcyclists descend upon the city 100 miles to the south of us for a week of fun. Well the Last Leg Rally was organized to attract a lot of these motorcycle enthusiasts who come from across the United States, to visit Amelia Island, for an exciting two days of fun, food, games and music. The event, which was initiated by Steve And Wanda Hair of the Anchors Aweigh organization, includes charity rides, benefit runs, a Pub Crawl and lots of great food and rocking blues music. Proceeds all go to disabled veteran and permanent disability programs.
While some details for the Friday evening and Saturday part of the event are still being worked out, Sunday is a rock solid “MUST ATTEND EVENT” when three regional bands introduce the Battle of the Blues for this year’s Amelia Island Blues Festival in September.
The program for Sunday, March 3rd, features Jacksonville-St. Augustine Band MOJO CHILLEN with a 90 minute set, followed by KIM RETEGUIZ & the BLACK CAT BONES with a 90 minute set and Fernandina’s own BEECH STREET BLUES BAND to close the show and the event between 4:45 and 6:00pm.
Until several months ago Kim Reteguiz fronted the band Rocco Blue, but found her talent advancing so fast that she needed to surround herself with some top shelf seasoned musicians that could match her considerable vocal prowess. In a way she was facing a similar dilemma as her blues influence Janis Joplin when she had to ditch the limited technical capabilities of her band Big Brother and the Holding Company in 1968. In the Black Cat Bones she found that combination and together they are awing the audiences around the southeast in the short time they have been playing together. One gig that will definitely interest the motorcycle enthusiasts is that Kim and the Black Cat Bones were chosen Headline artist for the Orlando Harley Davidson event.
Beache's Band kicks off Saturday's Performances
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The Recorder Beaches native Kim Reteguiz will be bringing soul and sass to the main stage with h...The Recorder
Beaches native Kim Reteguiz will be bringing soul and sass to the main stage with her band the Black Cat Bones.
"I think when people hear the word ‘blues’ they think of something that’s sad, mellow or old timey—but that’s definitely not the case," said Reteguiz.
Kim Reteguiz and the Black Cat Bones (the bones of a black cat are used in a HooDoo Gris Gris Bag to bring good luck and money and keep evil away, Reteguiz explained) incorporate jazz, soul, rock and even Latin music, creating their own updated take on the blues scene.
Reteguiz, who grew up attending the festival, is bubbly about the opportunity to perform on the main stage this year as a headlining act. Last year, Reteguiz and the band were George’s Music’s featured artists, meaning that they competed for and won the chance to perform at the
2011 Springing the Blues Festival.
Reteguiz describes the festival as being full of up-and-coming blues stars with past performers going on to win Grammys and tour the country.
Kim Reteguiz and the Black Cat Bones are sure to please the crowd this weekend with their unique sound. It’s a good place to see new acts as well as some of the most well-loved names from the diverse genre.
"One song doesn’t sound like the next," Reteguiz said of her music. "One minute we play funk, the next it’s swampy blues and then a New Orleans sound--our lineup is very diverse."
Reteguiz writes most of the lyrics and says that her songwriting is all about telling stories.
"I have a song called ‘No More Lettuce’ about an ex-boyfriend who was always trying to make me skinny," Reteguiz said. "I told him ‘I’m not eating any more lettuce for you!’" The lyrics are funny and upbeat with a rhythm to match.
"’Cause I’m hungry for so much more," she sings. "And if you don’t like it, then you can watch these curves walk out that door!"
Great Performances at Battle of the Blues
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While expanding the Amelia Island Blues Festival into a 3 day event, the idea was born to also organ...While expanding the Amelia Island Blues Festival into a 3 day event, the idea was born to also organize a regional Battle of the Blues Competition. There is so much magnificent talent hidden here in Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia that it would only be just to have this year’s festival open with the winner of the Battle of the Blues.
And so on a cold and windy but sunny Saturday afternoon in early March Kim Reteguiz and the Black Cat Bones from Jacksonville and Mojo Chillen from Daytona Beach took the stage during the annual Last Leg Rally, organized in the run up for the Daytona Bike Week (hence Last Leg).
Frankly we were a bit blown away by both acts as they could easily be opening acts for any top talent during the Blues Festival.
Blues Horizon 89.9 FM Radio Playlist April 13, 2012
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Playlist: Blues Horizon April 13, 2012 Blues Horizon- Springing the Blues Special Set 1b...Playlist: Blues Horizon
April 13, 2012
Blues Horizon- Springing the Blues Special
Bonnie Raitte – Coming Home (Live)
Etta James – Baby What You Want Me to Do (Live)
Janis Joplin – Try
Bonnie Raitte – Walkin Blues (Live)
Sara Barellies – Sitting on the Dock of The Bay
Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa – I’d Rather Go Blind
Kim Reteguiz and The Black Cat Bones – It’ll Be Alright
Kim Reteguiz Interview
Kim Reteguiz and The Black Cat Bones – Without You
Big Mama Thornton & the Muddy Waters Blues Band – Gimme A Penny Take 6
Alexis P. Suter Interview
Alexis P. Suter Band – Pretty Good Love
Alexis P. Suter Band – Knockin’ on Heavens Door
Big Mama Thornton & the Muddy Waters Blues Band – I’ll Be Alright
Eric Clapton – “Blues Before Sunrise”
John Lee Hooker –“Boom Boom Boom”
Joe Bonamassa – “A New Day Yesterday”
Robert Johnson “Love In Vain”
Howlng Wolf -“Smokestack Lightning”
Johnny Winter – Tribute to Muddy
B.B. King – “The Thrill Is Gone” (Live at the Apollo)
Albert King – “Born Under A Bad Sign”
Jeff Beck – “JB’s Blues”
Freddie King – Palace of The King
Sam Veal Interview
Eli Cook – Catfish Blues
Eli Cook – Firefly
Victor Wainwright & The Wildroots – Tin Tan Bang
Johnny Winter – Highway 61 Revisited
Blues Horizon 89.9 FM Radio Playlist June 13 2011
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Playlist: Blues Horizon June 13, 2011 Blues Horizon SUMMER LOCAL CONCERT SERIES 1 Mile T...Playlist: Blues Horizon
June 13, 2011
SUMMER LOCAL CONCERT SERIES 1
Mile Train Segment
Mile Train- “Black Water Blues”
Mile Train -“Sing Out Loud” (Live)
Eva Cassidy – “Stormy Monday” (Live)
The Black Keys – “Keep Your Hands Off Her”
Rocco Blu Segment
Rocco Blu – “Swamp Blues”
Aretha Franklin – “The Thrill Is Gone”
Etta James – “Baby What You Want Me to do” (Live)
Santana – “Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Woman” (Live)
Eva Cassidy – “Blues in the Night”
Haley Reinhart – “The House of the Rising Sun” (Live)
Etta James – “St. Louis Blues”
Blues Horizon 89.9 FM Radio Playlist September 19, 2011
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Playlist: Blues Horizon September 19, 2011 Amelia Island Blues Festival Performers: Hurric...Playlist: Blues Horizon
September 19, 2011
Amelia Island Blues Festival Performers:
Hurricane Blues – Albert Castiglia
Small Town Talk – Beth Mckee
Last Train to Memphis – Beth Mckee
Local to Jacksonville
You Know Blues – Toots Lorrain and the Traffic
Broken Down – Toots Lorrain and the Traffic
Swamp Blues – Rocco Blu
I’d Rather Feel Bad – Mile Train
Interview Jeff Malone and Jack Sullivan
Black Water Blues – Mile Train
**NOTE** Set Lists are in the process of being changed due to new music and originals. New list will be updated by the end of December 2011.
Festival Set List (45 minutes) as of 2012:
1. Black Cat Bone-Original
2. I Go Blind-Tribute to Etta James
3. Valerie-Tribute to Amy Winehouse
4. No More LettuceOriginal
5. Red Beans and Rice-Original
6. Swamp Blues Original
7. Have My Husband
8. Corozon Espinado
9. It’ll Be Allright-Original
10. It Hurt So Bad-Susan Tedeschi
Special two hour Show Set List: Journey Through the Kim Reteguiz sings the songs of her favorite Blues influences and tells the stories behind the music...covers and originals. Act 1: Chronological Order. Act 2: Blues and real life
Typical Festival Set List (45-90 min-Typically includes one to five covers and all originals depending on the length of show):
1. Damn Your Eyes-Etta James Cover
3. You Can Have My Husband-KoKo Taylor Cover
4. A Woman Can Too-Original (Medium to High Energy)
5. Cody’s Swamp Blues-Original (Medium Mellow Energy)
6. Just Got Paid-ZZ Top Cover
7. I’m Threw With You (High Energy Swing Blues)
8. Whipping Post-Allman Brothers Cover
9. Corozon Espinada-Carlos Santana Cover
Typical Set List for a four hour show at a club/bar/music venue etc. (Songs are subject to be changed around in accordance to the venue…dinner crowd vs. drinking crowd etc.)...new songs added everyday will not appear on this list:
Set 1 (Longest Set…changed around depending on the depth of the crowd)
2. Beer Drinkers and Hell Risers-ZZ top Cover
3. I Feel Good –James Brown Cover
4. Have My Husband-KoKo Taylor Cover
6. Rock Me Right –Susan Tedeschi Cover
7. I Put A Spell on You-Cover blu
8. I'm Ready-Cover
9. Summertime 5-String blu
10. Chain of Fools-Aretha Franklin Cover
12. Before You Accuse Me-Cover
14. Superstition-Stevie Wonder Cover
15. Damn Your Eyes-Etta James Cover
16. One Way Out-Allman Brother’s Cover
17. Woman Can Too-Original
18. Black Velvet-Cover
19. Divin Duck-Cover
20. Thank You For The Love-Mother’s Finest Cover
21. Just Got Paid Today-ZZ Top Cover
22. Hurt So Bad-Susan Tedeschi Cover
24. Stormy Monday-Allman Brother’s Cover
25. Id Rather Go Blind-Etta James Cover
26. Corazon Espinado-Carlos Santana Cover
27. Bad Things To You-Cover
29. Cody’s Swamp Blues-Original
30. Father’s Child-Original
31. Let The Good Times Roll-KoKo Taylor Cover
32. Little Wing-Jimi Hendrix Cover
33. Give Me One Reason-Tracy Chapman Cover
34. Whipping Post-Allman Brother’s Cover
36. Jesus Just Left Chicago-ZZ Top Cover
39. I’m Through With You
40. Forget You-Ce-Lo Cover
OOla la Paris-Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
Hey Bartender-KoKo Taylor
Me and Bobby McGee-Janice Joplin
One Night Stand-Janis Joplin
Oye Como Va/I Ain’t Got Nobody-Carlos Santana Medely
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