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Playlist of Ronnie Earl

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    Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters - Hope Radio 2007

    1:18:20

    Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters - Hope Radio 2007

    1.Intro
    2.Bobby's Bop
    3.Blues for the Homeless
    4.Eddie's Gospel Groove
    5.I Am with You
    6.Kay My Dear
    7.New Gospel Tune
    8.Blues for Otis Rush
    9.Blues for the West Side
    10.Lightnin' Hopkins Thing
    11.Interview
    12.I Shall Not Be Moved

    Ronnie Earl: Guitars
    Lorne Entress: Drums
    Dave Limina: Piano, Hammond Organ
    Jimmy Mouradian: Bass
    Special guests: Nick Adams: guitar, Michael Mudcat Ward: upright Bass, electric bass and piano.
    Filmed and recorded live at Wellspring Sound Acton, Massachusetts April 21 and 22, 2007.

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    RONNIE EARL & the BROADCASTERS ▸ Moanin ◂ NYC - 3/10/18 BB King Blues Club

    5:25

    Ronnie Earl - Guitar; Dave Limina - Hammond B3, Piano; Forrest Padgett - Drums; Paul Kochanski - Bass. Diane Blue - Vocals.
    *Filmed in 1080p by Joan Mallotides aka BluesBroad 3/10/18
    BB King Blues Club - New York City

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    Ronnie Earl - Slow Blues Guitar Genius - a sampling

    55:20

    ***Update!!!* Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters have a brilliant new album, The Luckiest Man, released Nov '17; Buy it here, it's so so soooo good!: ***

    A few clips that stunningly lay bare the guitar greatness of one Ronnie Earl, a man who's clearly lived the Blues of which he plays. Smoking! Smoldering! Simmering - blues!

    Question: What are the Blues?
    Answer: The Facts of Life

    :00 - Ronnie Earl & Nicholas Tabarias - Bull Run, Shirley, MA - Aug. 22, 2014
    34:20 Ronnie Earl - The Guitar Show - June 15, 1986
    36:10 - Kim Wilson & The Fabulous Thunderbirds with Ronnie Earl - Bull Run, Shirley, MA - May 15, 2016
    53:45 - Ronnie Earl - The Guitar Show - January 13, 1989

    If interested in purchasing Ronnie Earl's performances on The Guitar Show proceed to this link (what a treasure trove of artists!):

    More info on the history of The Guitar Show and its creator, Christian Roebling:

    To learn more about John Campbell, who appears in The Guitar Show clip with Ronnie Earl, go here:

    Campbell died in 1993, unexpectedly, at 41 years of age. His blues live on...

    (many special thanks to youtuber Egeoffm for compiling the Ronnie @ Bull Run footage, Great Great Stuff!)

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    Ronnie Earl - Live in Germany 1996

    37:40

    Ronnie Earl - Live in Germany 1996

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    Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters - Beyond The Blue Door

    5:01

    An exclusive sneak peak at the new album from Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters' new album Beyond the Blue Door available August 30th courtesy of Stony Plain Records.


    Beyond The Blue Door Album Sampler
    Songs in order on the Sampler
    1. T-Bone Stomp
    2. Drowning In A Sea of Love
    3. Blues With A Feeling
    4. Bringing Light (To A Dark Time)
    5. Why Can’t We Live Together

    The Broadcasters are:
    Ronnie Earl – Guitar
    Dave Limina – Piano and Hammond B3
    Diane Blue – Vocals
    Forrest Padgett – Drums
    Paul Kochanski – Bass

    Special Guests
    David Bromberg, Acoustic Guitar and Vocals
    Kim Wilson, Harp and Vocals
    Greg Piccolo, Tenor Saxophone
    Mario Perrett, Tenor Saxophone
    Scott Shelter, Baritone Saxophone
    Anthony Geraci, Piano
    Peter Ward, Guitar
    Larry Luisgnan, Guitar
    Scott MacDougall, Guitar
    Michael Rush, Bass


    Available August 30th on Stony Plain Records everywhere

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    Eric Gales and Ronnie Earl Live @ The Bull Run Restaurant 4/7/19

    14:51

    Eric Gales and Ronnie Earl Live @ The Bull Run Restaurant 4/7/19

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    Sugar Ray & Ronnie Earl - Μy Home Is A Prison..!!

    5:21

    by Slim Harpo..
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    My home is a prison
    I'm livin' in a world of tears
    My home is a prison
    I'm livin' in a world of tears
    I been in misery
    Since the judge give me ninety-nine years

    I had a real pretty woman
    Say'd, she didn't love no one but me
    I had a real pretty woman
    Say, she didn't love no one but me
    But I caught my baby, cheatin'
    My home ain't where it used to be

    I got bread and milk for breakfast
    Milk and bread at supertime
    I got bread and milk for breakfast
    Milk and bread at the supertime
    And the food I got for dinner
    It's a low down, dirty crime

    Yes, I shot my baby
    I did it because she treated me wrong
    I shot my baby
    Did it because she treat me wrong
    Now, the only thing I have
    This lonesome jail that I call home


    Nothing is Mine!
    I don't Belong....

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    Ronnie Earl - Live Breminale Blues Festival, Bremen Germany 1993

    1:38:23

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    Ronnie Earl - Blues For The Homeless

    11:23

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    Jimmie Vaughan & Ronnie Earl Texas Flood

    8:40

    Lowell Summer Music Series 7-19-08 Boarding House Park
    Lowell, Ma. Texas Flood
    Ronnie makes a guest appearance

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    Ana Popovic & Ronnie Earl live at the Bull Run - One Room Country Shack 042013

    12:09

    Ana Popovic and Ronnie Earl LIVE at the Bull Run, Shirley, Ma. 04/20/13
    One Room Country Shack
    First of three from this Sold Out and much anticipated reunion at the Bull Run.
    As always, Ronnie is great, as he and Ana play off each other.
    While this is a great rendition, check out the version from last year that I recorded at the Bull Run. I think it may be better.

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    Ronnie Earl - T-Bone Boogie

    6:23

    Ronnie Earl rips up T-Bone Boogie!!

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    Ronnie Earl Benefit Aint Nobodys Business

    6:22

    May 2009 Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters Benefit for the Lowell Transitional Living Center. Held in Littleton, MA. Dave Limina organ, Lorne Entress drums, Jimmy Mouradian bass.

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    Ana Popovic and Ronnie Earl at the Bull Run - Dont you love me baby 0414

    22:40

    Ana Popovic and Ronnie Earl Live at the Bull Run, April 6, 2014
    This year's get together of these two Guitar masters.
    Don't You Love Me Baby and a second song that I didn't get the name.
    Second song has some great solo work by Ronnie and Ana and nice rifs traded between them.

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    Ronnie Earl — Elegy for a Bluesman

    5:41

    Album Maxwell Street, 2016

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    RONNIE EARL Blues For Otis Rush 2-21-14

    6:57

    Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters
    B. B. King Blues Club / NYC 2-21-14
    Dave Limina - Hammond B3, Lorne Entress - Drummer, Jim Mouradian - Bass
    Filmed in HD by Joan Mallotides aka BluesBroad

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    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters ~ Follow Your Heart&It Takes Time 2015

    9:20

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 2015
    Michael Ledbetter & Diane Blue vocals
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    Ronnie Earl And The Broadcasters Moanin

    5:00

    Rare.

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    Ronnie Earl Aftershow party

    11:32

    Ronnie Earl stopping by an afterparty after a show in Plattsburgh NY. What an epic and magical time with this guitar master. Special guest Mark Early on Saxophone and Vermonts' Left Eye Jump doing a great job of backing Ronnie up.

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    Ronnie Earl - Acoustic Guitar blues

    3:45

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    Lurrie Bell & Ronnie Earl - Memphis, May 2019

    7:07

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    Eric Gales and Ronnie Earl Live @ The Bull Run Restaurant 11/17/19

    11:38

    Eric Gales and Ronnie Earl Live @ The Bull Run Restaurant 11/17/19

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    Ronnie Earl And The Broadcasters - Double Trouble

    11:43

    Maxwell Street 2016

    Lyrics:
    Lay awake at night,
    Oh so low, just so troubled.
    Can't get a job,
    Laid off and I'm having double trouble.

    Hey hey, to make you've got to try.
    Baby, that's no lie.
    Some of this generation is millionaires;
    I can't even keep decent clothes to wear.

    Laugh at me walking,
    And I have no place to go.
    Bad luck and trouble has taken me;
    I have no money to show.

    Hey hey, to make you've got to try.
    Baby, that's no lie.
    Some of this generation is millionaires;
    I can't even keep decent clothes to wear.
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    Tribute to Ronnie Earl - blues guitar legend

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    The master of the slow blues - Ronnie Earl.

    Tracklisting (work in progress....):

    0:00 - Acoustic - Hope Radio DVD
    3:45 - Miracle
    11:48 - Blues in D Natural
    18:13 - Hope Radio Concert
    58:30 -
    1:18:15 - acoustic
    1:23:22 - Ronnie Earl Interview, 2008
    1:36:35 - Ronnie Earl & Bruce Katz, blues jam 2016
    1:44:10 - Blues For T-Bone - 2007
    1:50:00 - Moanin' - Tremblant Blues Fest, Quebec, CA - 2013
    2:04:58 -
    2:29:50 - Tribute to BB King with Joe Louis Walker & Poppa Chubby - Bluenote, NYC
    2:38:00 - Skyman, Tupelo Music Hall, NH - 2011
    2:47:45 -
    2:52:45 - Chan's, Woonsocket, RI
    2:57:17 - acoustic

    More on Ronnie, from Vintage Guitar, July 2016:

    Ronnie Earl
    Redemption, Reconciliation, and Reinvention

    By Bob Dragich

    Ronnie Earl is one of the most prolific blues guitarists working today. And though his solo career now spans almost three decades, he shows no signs of slowing down.

    While studying education at Boston University, Earl experienced an epiphany watching Muddy Waters onstage; taking up the guitar at the relatively late age of 21, he first gigged in Boston before traveling to Chicago and Austin, where he began working with Kim Wilson.

    His first solo album, Smokin’, was filled with precise solos amidst melodic tunes and it announced the arrival of a player with a compelling style that has carried through 23 others.

    Earl is today experiencing a resurgence. Releasing an album each year over the past three, they’ve been met with progressively greater praise and all charted on Billboard, with 2015’s Father’s Day climbing to #3.

    The albums, including 2013’s Just for Today, along with Good News, from ’14, signaled a change of direction for Earl – one that includes new people and new sounds.

    How long have you been with your core band?
    We’ve been together about 15 years. We’re like a family; we know each other so well it’s like a spiritual connection – it’s not a backup band. I have a lot of confidence because I know that whatever I call off, they can play. The solos are always different, but the core music is there. We have a very large book of tunes, but I always get the feeling from [bassist] Jim Mouradian and [drummer] Lorne Entress, and support from [organ/piano player] Dave Limina. I wouldn’t have it any other way. I’ve had many offers to go places with a different bands behind me, but then we’re just jamming. These are actual songs.

    Just For Today is all instrumental except for “I’d Rather Go Blind.”
    That’s with Diane Blue, who I’ve known for 10 years. I wasn’t looking for a singer at all, and never expected to have a lady singer, but she’d sit in with us in various cities and I started thinking how it feels like a “God thing” – that’s what we call it. It gives me a chance to be in a supportive role and I love the whole thing.

    “Blues for Hubert Sumlin” sounds almost like something Stevie Ray Vaughan might play.
    Stevie was a contemporary of mine, so I was very careful not to copy his style. To me, it’s more based on old Freddie King instrumentals where he’s playing double-stops. I gave it a different progression.

    On Just For Today, you pay homage to your influences – John Coltrane, Hubert Sumlin, Robert Nighthawk…
    I love Robert Nighthawk – he’s so overlooked these days. He took that slide style from Tampa Red and made it his own. He played in the open markets on Maxwell Street in Chicago and had that smooth style Earl Hooker later brought to the forefront. He’s one of my favorites, but he’s not known that much because he died when he was 40. I love playing the “Robert Nighthawk Stomp,” which is a very old Chicago-style song. With Dave Limina playing a boogie, we tried to get that old Maxwell-Street feel, like early Muddy Waters.

    My first love has always been Chicago blues. That’s where I learned to play my music. When I play there, it’s kind of full circle.

    You’ve lately been working with some talened young guitarists.
    Yes, like Nicholas Tabarias; I flew him out for our last four albums because he’s so gifted. In Boston, we have Peter Ward and Pete Henderson. I think Paul Holdman and Laura Chavez are really good, too.

    When you play, are you thinking about the styles of other musicians?
    I can’t play like anyone else. “Rush Hour” is for Otis Rush, but I can’t play like him. I just try to put his energy, soul, and feeling into what I play, and capture his spirit. I’m a strong purveyor about playing with dynamics, bringing it up and bringing it down. I don’t hear a lot of that in music these days. I hear a lot of volume and a lot of notes.

    What is your basic setup?
    Just a Strat through a Super Reverb; never used an effect in my life. I’ve got a couple of Custom Shop Strats, a couple of reissues, and four old Strats from my days of touring constantly.

    Read more:

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    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Belgium R&B Festival -1995

    35:00

    Not sure the exact origin of this show, but believe it was recorded in 1995 at the annual Belgium Rhythm & Blues Festival, held in Peer, Belgium. Or, perhaps it was 1997, as Ronnie was at that show, too.

    Anyone recall which Broadcasters were in this version of band? Assuming it was:

    Ronnie Earl - guitar
    Darrell Nulisch - vocals
    Per Hanson - drums
    Steve Gomes- bass
    Tony Zamagni - organ

    anyone else?

    The Festival lineup in 1995 included:

    The Belvederes
    Big Mama's Kitchen
    Bizar Blues
    The Nightcrawlers
    Barrelhouse
    The Soul Stirrers of Chicago
    The Radio Kings
    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    Roy Rogers & The Delta Rhythm Kings
    Hank Ballard & The Midnighters
    Ike Turner & His Big Band Revue
    The Electric Kings
    Keb' Mo'
    Walter Trout Band
    The Mighty Clouds of Joy
    James Armstrong
    Percy Sledge
    Wilson Pickett

    (thanks to Will Sophie for originally uploading this video into multiple pieces. More on Will here:

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    Diane Blue and Ronnie Earl, Id Rather Go Blind.wmv

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    January 2012 at Showcase Live, Foxboro, MA. Diane Blue with Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters.

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    The Guitar Gods - Ronnie Earl: Bobbys Bop

    5:50

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    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Blues in D natural

    6:25

    Blues In D Natural (Earl Hooker/Mel London) - Live at the Breminale (Bremen/Germany) on June 6th, 1991

    Ronnie Earl - Guitar
    Dave Maxwell - Piano
    Mudcat Ward - Bass
    Per Hanson - Drums

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    Ronnie Earl & Duke Robillard - I Need You So Bad

    8:18

    The Duke Meets The Earl (2005)

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    Ronnie Earl -Colour Of Love Covers.

    11:19

    Cover of O 'Yeah' and 'Bonnie's Theme'.

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    Ronnie Earl Backstroke

    4:34

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    Ronnie Earl - Drinking And Thinking

    7:46

    Just listen.... and learn!

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    Ronnie Earl The Stumble

    4:27

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    Chris King Robinson | Bobbys Bop Ronnie Earl

    2:35

    Chris King Robinson jams to a fabulous song by Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters which is from the Hope Radio live album Ronnie did back in 2007.

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    THE GUITAR SHOW with Ronnie Earl

    1:40

    SUBSCRIBE TODAY! EPISODE 10 Taped June 15, 1986 with Ron Levy on piano

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    RONNIE EARL Shuffle in E NYC 2-15-13 #21

    5:53

    Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters
    B. B. King Blues Club / NYC 2-15-13
    Dave Limina - Hammond B3,
    Lorne Entress - Drummer,
    Jim Mouradian - Bass
    #21 Filmed in HD by Joan Mallotides aka BluesBroad

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    Fabulous Thunderbirds w/Special Guests Ronnie Earl & Sax Gordon Live 3/18/18

    9:12

    Fabulous Thunderbirds w/Special Guests Ronnie Earl & Sax Gordon Live @ The Bull Run 3/18/18
    Tuff Enuff
    Kim Wilson – Lead Vocal & Harmonica
    Ronnie Earl- Guitar
    Sax Gordon- Saxophone
    Johnny Moeller – guitar
    Kevin Anker – keyboards
    Steve Gomes – Bass
    Wes Watkins – drums

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    Ronnie Earl up close at Blues Fest 2011

    8:19

    Ronnie Earl's performance at the NYS Blues Festival 2011 - up close and personal.

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    Ronnie Earl - Tommys Midnight Blues

    5:06

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    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters Live @ The Blue Moon Blues Festival 2017 - Miracle

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    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters

    Live @ The Blue Moon Blues Festival 2017

    Ronnie Earl - Guitar
    Dave Limina - Hammond B3 and Piano
    Lorne Entress - Drums
    Jim Mouradian - Bass


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    Eric Gales Invites Ronnie Earl to the Stage Live @ The Bull Run 11/17/19

    4:56

    Eric Gales Invites Ronnie Earl to the Stage Live @ The Bull Run 11/17/19

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    Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters Taunton, MA 7-7-94

    4:46

    Robert Nighthawk Stomp, On the steps of the Post office

    ***For noncommercial, educational, and archival purposes under Law of Fair Use as provided for in section 107 of the US copyright law. No copyrights infringements intended***

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    Ronnie Earl Amazing Grace

    3:02

    Ronnie Earl Amazing Grace

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    Ronnie Earl - Peace Of Mind

    5:25

    Ronnie Earl (born Ronald Horvath, March 10, 1953,
    Earl collected blues, jazz, rock and soul records while growing up. He studied American History at C.W. Post College on Long Island for a year and a half, then moved to Boston to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in Special Education and Education at Boston University where he would graduate in 1975.[2] He spent a short time teaching handicapped children. During his college years, he attended a Muddy Waters concert at the Jazz Workshop in Boston. After seeing Waters perform, Earl took a serious interest in the guitar, which he had first picked up in 1973. His first job was as a rhythm guitarist at The Speakeasy,[3] a blues club in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In addition to playing in the Boston blues scene, Earl traveled twice by Greyhound Bus to Chicago, where he was introduced to the Chicago blues scene by Koko Taylor.

    Later he traveled to New Orleans and Austin, Texas, where he spent time with Kim Wilson, Jimmie Vaughan and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. In 1979 he joined the band Roomful of Blues as lead guitarist.

    He began performing solo in 1986, in addition to playing with Roomful of Blues, and he released his first solo album on the Black Top Records label with a quartet that focused on blues instrumentals. After leaving Roomful of Blues, he began collaborations with contemporaries Ron Levy and Jerry Portnoy, Earl King, Jimmy Rogers, and Jimmy Witherspoon.

    In 1988, Earl formed his own band which he called The Broadcasters. The band was named after one of the first Fender guitars, distributed in 1950, which originally had been labeled The Broadcaster. The first group of Broadcasters included Darrell Nulisch (vocalist), Jerry Portnoy (harmonica), Steve Gomes (bass), and Per Hanson (drums). In 1988 they released their first album, Soul Searchin, followed by Peace of Mind in 1990. Their album Language of the Soul was released in 1994. The lineup for the Broadcasters for that album was Bruce Katz (keyboards), Per Hanson (drums) and Rocket Rod Carey (bass). The next album The Colour of Love, featured Marc Quinones (percussion) and Gregg Allman (keyboards). The latter association led to Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters' opening for the Allman Brothers Band at Great Woods, and to Warren Haynes (guitarist for the Allman Brothers Band) sitting in with Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters at Johnnie D's in Somerville. Later, Katz joined the Gregg Allman Band.

    In 2000, Earl was diagnosed with several medical ailments,[4] and scaled back his touring, and also re-evaluated his career plans. In 2002 Ronnie gathered together a new group of Broadcasters and began a productive and creative partnership with Stony Plain Records of Edmonton Alberta Canada. The new Broadcasters were Jim Mouradian (bass), Dave Limina (piano, Hammond B3), and Lorne Entress (drums). In 2014 Diane Blue(vocals) joined the band as a full time Broadcaster and became the first female Broadcaster in the band’s history. In August 2016 Lorne Entress left to work on other projects and in January 2017 Jim Mouradian died suddenly after a show.[5] The current group of Broadcasters (2018) now include Dave Limina (piano, Hammond B3), Diane Blue (vocals), Forrest Padgett (drums), Paul Kochanski (bass). In 2017, Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters released The Luckiest Man, Ronnie's eleventh release from Stony Plain Records.[6] In October 2018, Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters will celebrate thirty years as a band.

    Earl is a four-time (1997,1999, 2014, 2018) Blues Music Award winner as Guitar Player of the Year.[7] For five years he was an Associate Professor of Guitar at Berklee College of Music and, in 1995, he released Ronnie Earl: Blues Guitar with Soul, an instructional VHS tape that was then re-released in DVD format in 2005. Earl was also the blues instructor at the 'National Guitar Summer Workshop'.

    In early 2004, Earl's Hey Jose was named Best Blues/R&B Song at the third annual Independent Music Awards.

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    Ronnie Earl Benefit Eddies Gospel Groove & Guest Air Guitarist

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    May 2009 Benefit for the Lowell Transitional Living Center, Lowell MA. Held in Littleton, MA. Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters. Dave Limina, organ. Lorne Entress, drums. Jimmy Mouradian, bass. Guest Air Guitarist

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    Anthony Geraci - My Last Good-Bye

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    My Last Goodbye
    Geraci

    I walked through this lonely town
    Everyday just about midnight (2X)
    Looking for my Woman
    Going to try and make it right

    I miss her by a minute
    In every bar room and dive
    The morning she left me
    I never asked her the reason why

    My heart is empty
    Like the empty whiskey bottle-lying on my kitchen table on it’s side
    I’ve got a pocket full of sorrow
    I cried so hard my tears had no where to hide

    I can’t see my reflection
    In the mirror that hangs from my bedroom wall
    Since my baby’s been gone
    Tomorrow I must just say goodbye.


    Anthony Geraci:
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    Why Did You Have To Go
    19 in the 2018 Top Blues Album Chart
    on the Roots Music Report
    Shining Stone Records announces the signing of multi-Blues Music Award nominee Anthony Geraci, Why Did You Have To Go is the highly anticipated second release by this critically acclaimed Blues pianist and Anthony’s first on Shining Stone Records, This electrifying performance of Anthony’s thirteen original compositions features an extraordinary array of musicians: Sugaray Rayford, Ronnie Earl, Sugar Ray Norcia, Monster Mike Welch, Jimi Bott, Michael Mudcat Ward, Kid Ramos, Michelle Evil Gal Willson, Sax Gordon, Willie Laws, Dennis Brennan, Marty Richards, Doug Woolverton, Willie J. Campbell, Troy Gonyea, Willie J. Laws, Brian Templeton and Neil Gouvin.

    .The CD package also features extensive liner notes by respected journalist and editor of Blues Music Magazine, Art Tipaldi.

    “As a songwriter and arranger, I chose each musician for their individual talents that I knew would sound awesome on the songs they were singing and playing on,” Geraci says about the album sessions. “The recording process can always be a daunting experience. Being surrounded by musicians that are your friends is a very special feeling. I played music with many of these musicians for almost 40 years, others more recently. As the ‘producer,’ it was my job to get the material to everyone, coordinate the studio(s), and make sure everyone could make the dates – not an easy task especially with these many in-demand musicians! I wrote some of the songs while in Clarksdale, Mississippi – ‘Why Did You Have to Go’ and ‘Baptized in the River Yazoo.’ Most of the other songs were written at my home in Marshfield, Massachusetts, from notes I make while I’m on the road. If you keep your eyes and ears open you never know what ideas might happen. I try and tell a story with each song…a short narrative that people can relate to.” (Read Press Release)

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    I Dont Believe Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters

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    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - O Yeah

    4:03

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    MOANIN - RONNIE EARL and The Broadcasters, Nov 2, 2013

    7:34

    Filmed at Callahan's Music Hall, Auburn Hills, Michigan to a small intimate crowd. Ronnie Earl - guitar, Dave Limina - keyboard, Lorne Entress- drums, Jim Mouradian - bass

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    Ronnie Earls Slow Blues Mix , By Kostas A~171

    3:47:39

    This is a Non - Stop mix from guitar virtuoso Ronnie Erl.
    If you liked it, I suggest you to support the artist by buying his albums.


    Tracklist:
    01. Blues In D-Natural - Jimmy Rogers With Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    02. Country Girl - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    03. Blue Guitar - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    04. Why Should I Feel So Bad - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    05. Blues For Hubert Sumlin - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    06. Miracle - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    07. Pastorale - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    08. I'd Rather Go Blind (Vocals Diane Blue) - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    09. A Soul That's Been Abused - Ronnie Earl & Duke Robillard
    10. My Tears - Ronnie Earl & Duke Robillard
    11. Ain t Nobody's Business - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    12. Heart Of Glass - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    13. Blues For Celie - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    14. Ships Passing In The Night - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    15. Ronnies Blues - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    16. Blues For The Homeless - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    17. Blues On A Sunday - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    18. Sufferin' - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    19. Double Trouble - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
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