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Playlist of Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters

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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 - Live in Germany 1996

    37:40

    Ronnie Earl - Live in Germany 1996

  • 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 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

  • Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters - The Big Train

    2:47

    The Big Train taken from the 2013 album Just For Today by Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters available on Stony Plain Records.
    (US/Canada release date: 9 April 2013)



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

    Producer: Ronnie Earl
    Associate Producer: Deborah Blanchard
    Executive Producer: Holger Petersen

    For more information and tour dates visit:



    For bookings contact:
    matt@tedkurland.com
    Ted Kurland Associates

    Video filmed at The Bull Run Restaurant in Shirley, MA, and Infinity Hall, Norfolk, CT
    Video edited by Matt Butler

    Muisc recorded at The Regent Theatre, Arlington, MA; The Natick Center for the Arts, Natick, MA; The Narrows Center for the Arts, Fall River, MA.
    Recording and mixing engineer: Huck Bennert
    Recording at The Regent Theatre: David Nickerson, Bay State Sound
    Recording at The Natick Center: Joe Idzal, All Things Audio
    Recording at The Narrows Center: John Mailloux, Bongo Beach Productions
    Mastering: John Mailloux, Bongo Beach Productions
    Engineer: Neal Ward

    Lorne Entress uses Vic Firth sticks and brushes and Dream Cymbals

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  • Ronnie Earl And The Broadcasters Moanin

    5:00

    Rare.

  • Kay my dear - Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters

    6:39

    burn one and enjoy (:

  • 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
    20. Blues For Bone - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    21. Baby Doll Blues - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    22. Blues For Henry - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    23. Blues For Slim - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    24. I Am With You (Live) - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    25. In The Wee Hours - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    26. Thank You Mr. T-Bone (Dedicated To Duke Robillard) - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    27. That's When My Soul Comes Down - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    28. Recovery Blues - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    29. Kay My Dear - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    30. What Can I Do For You - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    31. Change Is Gonna Come - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    32. Wayne's Blues - Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters

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  • Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters at the Blues Music Awards 2019

    11:35

    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters at the Blues Music Awards May 9 2019
    Memphis

    Oh Wee Baby
    Ronnie Earl Guitar
    Dave Limina Hammond B3
    Diane Blue Vocals
    Forrest Padgett Drums
    Paul Kochanski Bass
    Laura Chavez Guitar
    Peter Ward Guitar
    Nicholas Tabarias Guitar

  • 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

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Robert Nighthawk Stomp

    7:01

    Another one with Ronnie and the broadcasters. Live at City of Presidents Blues Festival in Quincy, MA.

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters JUST FOR TODAY Deep Blues Live! Tremblant Blues Festival Canada 2012

    56:17

    IN CONCERT! Amazing JAZZ BLUES Guitar Evenin 60 min. Captured LIVE! at Mt-Tremblant Québec Canada.

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Hippology

    5:02

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - In the Wee Hours

    10:54

    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    Good News
    In the Wee Hours
    Diane Blue - Vocals

  • Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters - Marjes Melody

    6:46

    Album - Good News
    Release Date June 17, 2014
    Song writers - Ronnie Earl / Lorne Entress / Dave Limina

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - O Yeah

    4:03

  • Ronnie Earl Blues Guitar Virtuoso LIVE in Breminale, Germany.

    1:27:00

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - I want to shout about it

    3:35

    Guitar - Ronnie Earl ,
    Vocal- Darrell Nulisch ,
    Bass- Steve Gomes ,
    Drums- Per Hanson,
    Organ- Tony Z,
    Piano- Dave Maxwell
    Greg Piccolo- Tenor Sax
    Doug James- Baritone Sax

  • 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 & The Broadcasters - In The Wee Hours

    10:54

    Album Good News, 2014

  • Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters - Blues for Bill

    3:10

    Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters - Spread the Love (2010)

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - I dont Believe

    3:44

    Vocal- Darrell Nulisch ,
    Guitar - Ronnie Earl ,
    Hramonica- Jerry Portnoy,
    Organ- Tony Z,
    Piano- Dave Maxwell
    Bass- Steve Gomes ,
    Drums- Per Hanson,

  • Good News Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters OFFICIAL

    3:12

    Stony Plain Records announces a June 17, 2104 release date for Good News by Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters.

    Good News teaser #2 with two songs: Marje's Melody and I Met Her on That Train.

    Good News is Earl's eighth album for Stony Plain Records, and it clearly demonstrates, once again, the deep respect and knowledge he has for his peers and mentors. Along with a majority of original songs, Ronnie salutes several of his influences with loving interpretations of Sam Cooke's Change Is Gonna Come; Blues for Henry, a tune co-written with the legendary Hubert Sumlin; and the Junior Wells composition, In the Wee Hours. The album's closer, Runnin' in Peace, features lyrics written by Ilana Katz Katz, who was near the finish line of the Boston Marathon when the first bomb exploded on April 15, 2013.

    The Broadcasters are:
    Ronnie Earl, Guitar
    Dave Limina, Piano and Hammond B3
    Lorne Entress, Drums
    Jim Mouradian, Bass

    Guests:
    Diane Blue, vocals
    Zach Zunis, guitar
    Nicholas Tabarias, guitar

    Visit:



  • Equinox

    8:13

    Provided to YouTube by Independent Digital Licensing Agency Inc

    Equinox · Ronnie Earl · The Broadcasters

    Just For Today

    ℗ 2013 Stony Plain Rights Management

    Released on: 2013-09-03

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS - Moanin

    6:26

    RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS - Father's Day (2015)
    Voted by The Blues Foundation as “Blues Guitarist of the Year” in 2014, guitar master Ronnie Earl and his band return with an even stronger package of music, his ninth album for the label. Added to Ronnie Earl’s spellbinding intensity and soulfulness on guitar, the presence of a horn section for the first time in decades on Father’s Day adds another dimension to his sound. Stony Plain also plans to release the album as a vinyl LP later this year. The 13 tracks on Father’s Day also feature two special guest vocalists throughout: Diane Blue, whose previous work with Earl created a sensation; and Chicago-based Michael Ledbetter, best known as lead singer of the Nick Moss band. Ledbetter is also a distant relative of the iconic Huddie William “Leadbelly” Ledbetter, whose 12-string blues style has influenced generations of blues, folk and rock musicians.
    Votado por la Fundación Blues como Guitarrista de Blues del año en 2014, el maestro de guitarra Ronnie Earl y su banda regresan con un paquete de música aún más fuerte, su noveno álbum para el sello. Añadido a la intensidad de hechizo de Ronnie Earl y emotividad en la guitarra, la presencia de una sección de viento por primera vez en décadas en el Día del Padre añade otra dimensión a su sonido. Stony Plain también planea lanzar el álbum como LP de vinilo a finales de este año. Las 13 canciones en el Día del padre también presentan dos vocalistas invitados especiales en todo: Diane Blue, cuyo trabajo anterior con Earl creó una sensación; y Michael Ledbetter, con sede en Chicago, mejor conocido como el vocalista de la banda Nick Moss. Ledbetter también es un pariente lejano del icónico Hudb William Leadbelly Ledbetter, cuyo estilo de blues de 12 cuerdas ha influenciado a generaciones de músicos de blues, folk y rock.

  • Ronnie Earl - Double Trouble 20190615 HD

    13:48

    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters brought their special style of authentic electric blues to the fans in Utah this past summer at the 5th annual Utah Blues Festival in Salt Lake City. Ronnie's soulful guitar playing continues to captivate fans, influence a generation of blues guitarists, and is in a class by itself. With Ronnie, The Broadcasters are Dave Limina on the B3, Forrest Padgett on drums, and Paul Kochanski on bass. Diane Blue is such a passionate vocalist fitting in perfectly with The Broadcasters. Special guests during Ronnie's 2+ hour set included Greg Piccolo on sax, Sue Foley on guitar, and Chris 'Kid' Royal on guitar. More from this set will follow, but lets start with a great interpretation of the Otis Rush classic 'Double Trouble'

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Soul Seranade

    4:43

    Guitar - Ronnie Earl
    Piano & Hammond B3 organ - Bruce Katz
    Trumpet - Larry Etkin
    Saxophone - Anders Gaardmand
    Bass - Rod Carey
    Drums - Per Hanson

  • Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters - Change Is Gonna Come

    5:51

    Album - Good News
    Release Date June 17, 2014
    Vocal - Diane Blue
    Song writer: Sam Cooke (1964)

  • RONNIE EARL Aint Nobodys Business 2-21-14

    5:31

    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

  • Ronnie Earl & Duke Robillard - West Side Shuffle

    7:48

    The Duke Meets The Earl (2005)

  • Georgia On My Mind Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters

    4:12

    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters play Georgia On My Mind (inspired by the amazing Ray Charles) written by Hoagy Carmichael and Stuart Gorrell, at The Narrows Center for the Arts Fall River June 13 2015
    Ronnie Earl Guitar
    Dave Limina Piano
    Lorne Entress Drums
    Jim Mouradian Bass

  • RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS - No More Chances

    3:15

    From LP ''They Call Me Mr. Earl'' 1985 [Black Top Records-BT 1033, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Sugar Ray Norcia
    Guitar – Ronnie Earl
    Bass – Michael Mudcat Ward
    Drums – Neil Gouvin
    Organ, Piano – Anthony B.B. Geraci

  • Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters - Aint Nobodys Business

    4:16

    Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters perform their version of the Freddie King classic, Ain't Nobody's Business at The Bull Run, Shirley, MA, November 1, 2008. Once again, my apologies for the poor video quality ... best I could do from my less than ideal seating.

    Personnel: Ronnie Earl (guitar), Dave Limina (organ), Jim Mouradian (bass), Lorne Entress (drums)

  • Ronnie Earl &The Broadcasters ~ Ill Take Care Of You 2015

    9:17

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 2015
    Diane Blue vocals
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
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    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

  • RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS - Drinking And Thinking

    7:36

    From LP ''They Call Me Mr. Earl'' 1985 [Black Top Records-BT 1033, USA]
    Vocals, Harmonica – Sugar Ray Norcia
    Guitar – Ronnie Earl
    Bass – Michael Mudcat Ward
    Drums – Neil Gouvin
    Organ, Piano – Anthony B.B. Geraci

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Live In Quincy, MA, USA

    4:37

    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters live at City of Presidents Blues Festival in Quincy, MA. Buy Ronnies new album, Hope Radio, at

  • Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters - You Give Me Nothing But The Blues

    2:36

    Album - Deep Blues
    Release Date - 1985
    Song writer - M. Longmire

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Okie Dokie Stomp

    2:31

    Okie Dokie Stomp (Pluma Davis/Clarence Gatemouth Brown) - Live at the Breminale (Bremen/Germany) on June 6th, 1991

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

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters ~ Follow Your Heart 1984

    4:51

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1984
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    *Disclaimer: All audio & visual parts in my videos are the sole property of their respective owners.
    The videos are purely for entertainment and recreational purposes.
    No Copyright infringement intended!
    All rights go to their rightful owners.
    I do not own the rights of the music.
    For your information, if a band or an artist wishes one or some of the songs/videos to be removed from my channel's upload list, it is advisable to come into contact with me by sending a personal message and I will delete it or them as soon as possible.

  • The Sweetest Man Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters

    4:34

    New song! Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters play a new song from their upcoming album Beyond The Blue Door. Tim O’Connor sits in with Diane Blue, Dave Limina, Forrest Padgett, Paul Kochanski and Ronnie Earl. At the Tupelo Music Hall in Derry NH. May 4, 2019

  • Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters - #7

    5:52

    Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters - #7

  • Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters - Eddies Gospel Groove - Bay Shore, NY - 10.20.17

    8:11

    Woulda kept filming except Ronnie decided to meander into the crowd, to jam....

    Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
    YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts
    Bay Shore, NY
    Oct 20, 2017

    Ronnie Earl - guitar
    Diane Blue - vocals/harp
    Dave Limina - keyboards
    Forrest Padgett - drums
    Paul Kochasnski - bass

    Ronnie & Co have a new album coming out, titled The Luckiest Man (paying respects to longtime Broadcaster Jim Mouradian, who passed away in January 2017):

  • Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters Miracle 2010

    5:02

  • Ronnie Earl - Baby How Long

    4:42

    Album: Beyond The Blue Door (20019)

  • Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters - Some Day, Some Way

    3:27

    Album - Deep Blues
    Release Date - 1985
    Song writer - Sugar Ray Norcia

  • Ronnie Earl And The Broadcasters - Six String Blessing

    9:24

    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.

  • #21 - RONNIE EARL & THE BROADCASTERS - 3/7/15 NYC

    7:53

    B.B. King Blues Club - NYC 3-7-15
    Ronnie Earl: guitar, Dave Limina: Hammond B3, Lorne Entress: Drums, Jim Mouradian: Bass
    Special Guest - Scott Sharrard: Guitar
    *Filmed in HD by Joan Mallotides aka BluesBroad

  • The Luckiest Man: Ronnie Earl & the Broadcasters latest album is coming November 17

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    “A traditional blues album of remembrance, love, and unwavering resolve to live with faith and gratitude.” - Ronnie Earl

    Guitar master Ronnie Earl announces a new album, The Luckiest Man, coming November 17 from Stony Plain Records, following the sudden loss of Jim Mouradian, the band’s beloved bass player following a show in January. Jim Mouradian always lived with gratitude in his heart and never wasted a moment of his life: “I’m the luckiest man you know — and I don’t even know who you know.”

    The Luckiest Man will be available as a CD, download and on streaming services. Visit the following to get a copy:
    Your local record store
    iTunes / Apple Music
    Amazon
    Spotify
    Pandora
    Stony Plain Records

    Cover art of Ronnie Earl created by Tom Noll, Creative Bone Artworks® Inc. & Art that Rocks®
    Pictures by Tom Hazeltine, Laura Carbone, Debbie Blanchard

    Ronnie Earl, Producer
    Holger Petersen, Executive Producer
    David Minehan, Recording Engineer
    Huck Bennert, Recording and Mixing Engineer
    Keith Asack, Recording Engineer
    Package design by Michael Dangelmaier

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

    The Luckiest Man featured Guest Musicians:
    Nicholas Tabarias – Guitar
    Mark Earley – Baritone Sax
    Mario Perrett – Tenor Sax
    Peter Ward – Guitar
    Michael “Mudcat” Ward – Double bass & Fender bass
    Ray Norcia – Vocals, Harp
    Anthony Geraci – Piano
    Mike Welch – Guitar
    Neal Gouvin – Drums
    Anthony Geraci and Mike Welch appear courtesy of Delta Groove Music.




    Ronnie Earl is booked worldwide by:

  • Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters Skyman

    9:46

    Skyman played in memory of Kent, for his wife Nancy, brother Bruce, their family and friends. Skyman was originally written in honor of Duane Allman. Tupelo Music Hall December 11, 2011

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