Episode 546 – Paul Niehaus & Jeremy Segel-Moss
A bit ago I sat down with two of the hardest working guys in St.Louis Music, Paul Niehaus of Blue Lotus Studio & Jeremy Segel-Moss of St.Louis Blues Society. I love what these two are doing for our community, especially the St.Louis Blues.
We get in right in to talking about this years St.Louis Blues Society compilation 17 in 17. This collection features 17 original songs from artists currently performing in St.Louis. Now available at StLouisBluesSociety.org, The National Blues Museum, Vintage Vinyl or any of the artist on the compilation.
Get a sneak peek at some of the greatness on this album on today’s episode! You’ll hear:
- Alonzo Townsend “A Letter To My City”
- Marcell Strong and The Apostles “I Got To Find My Baby”
- Kim Massie “Little Girl Lost”
- Matt “The Rattlesnake” Lesch “Rattlin'”
- Teec’a Easby “How Do You Like Your Blues?”
- Brian Owens “Lord Knows (Ain’t Personal)”
You can also be come a member of St.Louis Blues Society and receive a copy as well as other great perks. Sign up today at StLouisBluesSociety.org
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