INDEPENDENT BLUES BROADCASTERS ASSOCIATION


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Promoting blues radio across the UK and worldwide
Encouraging promoters and record labels to use the IBBA as a point of contact
Ensuring all member presenters are represented as a unified group
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Steve Jessney
Nothing But The Blues - website

Wednesdays 7-8pm - Vixen 101.8 FM - website
Mondays 11-12pm - KCOR - website


  • Born in 1952 and still working! As well as the day job I also present 'Nothing But The Blues' on Vixen 101' an FM Radio Station near York UK. Wednesdays 7pm to 8pm and repeated Thursdays 11pm to midnight. Tune in on 101.8 fm in the York area or listen live online at www.vixen101.co.uk Contact: steve.jessney@vixen101.co.uk Send mail & any review CD's for inclusion on the show to Steve Jessney, Vixen 101, Market Weighton, York, YO43 3AH, England. I also produce shows for 'Blue Ears' Internet Radio at www.blueears.com 'Nothing But The Blues' is also re-broadcast weekly on 'Kansas City Online Radio' (KCOR) at http://www.kconlineradio.com For a weekly Podcast of my 'Vixen 101' programme go to http://stevejessney.podbean.com .......

  • InfluencesI've been passionate about radio since Radio Caroline and the other Pirate Radio Stations broke the BBC broadcasting monopoly in the 60's (I was only a teenager at the time you understand!) So I lived through the 60's - The Beatles, The Stones, hippies, mods & rockers and all that exciting stuff. I was always into blues since Peter Green & Fleetwood Mac - and hearing 'Jumping at Shadows' by Duster Bennett - & my favourite song - 'Tore Down' (first heard done by Alexis Korner, but I must have a dozen or more versions now). I'm into Jazz as well - like Miles Davis, John McLaughlin, Keith Jarrett - and I've always liked singer sonwriters like Michael Chapman, Mike Cooper & John Martyn - and new ones as well of course. I also like lots of the new blues artists and review their new releases on the show - as well as playing old blues and electric blues as well as some folky roots things.

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