Henry and I hope that you’ll join us this weekend (11/15/14) on Time for the Blues because this is one of those shows that people are going to be talking about for a long time. And we mean in a good way, not the way that people usually talk about us. Relax, kick back, and turn the volume way up (Henry says make sure your dial goes up to 11) and you just might find out we’re a great way to end a Saturday night!
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Make sure you join us this week (11/8/14) on Time for the Blues as Henry Cook and I are pulling out all the stops for the last couple of months of 2014. Every song is a killer and you won’t want to miss a single one!
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We hope you’ll join us this week (9/13/14) on Time For The Blues as Henry and I are planning a great show with so many classics you know, several great sides you probably won’t know, and even some brand new tunes you definitely won’t want to miss!
Hope you’ll make plans to join us on the late shift for Time for the Blues this Saturday night (8/30/14) as Henry Cook and I are planning to have a great time with some very tasty blues. It’s the kind of show that you’ll want to wake up the neighbors and tell them to tune in (at 11:00 p.m)!
Make sure to make a little time for yourself this weekend and join us for Time for the Blues this Saturday night at 11 (8/23/14), as Henry and I are cooking up some fun, frivolity, and a whole bunch of good blues for you! You know there’s no place you would rather be, so kick back and turn the volume up!
I hope you will join us this week (8/16/14) on Time For The Blues as Henry and I have a great show lined up. Summer may be slipping away, but there’s still plenty of heat waiting for you this Saturday night at 11:00! Seriously, how can you miss hearing the blues done by this legend with more nicknames than Henry?