The Mojo Roots storm the Blues Top Five

The Mojo Roots - Thirteen Shades of Blue

The Mojo Roots - Thirteen Shades of Blue

The Mojo Roots’ album Thirteen Shades of Blue raised for the fourth week straight, achieving #1 status in the Blues Top Five this week. The stark combination of soul, slide, harmonica prowess, and swampy Missouri blues has created a loyal and vocal fan base for the band. Bobby Messano fell to teh #2 position, while Dana Fuchs, the smokey, soulful vocal master who portrayed Sadie in the hit movie Across The Universe, made a rapid ascent up the chart, peaking at number three on the Blues Top Five this week.

The Mojo Roots’ climbed to #1 fro last week’s #2 position, while Bobby Messano, who held the #1 position for two solid weeks, dropped to #2. Dana Fuchs shot up to #3. Dynamic and wildly talented siblings Trampled Under Foot shot to the #4 position, and Ana Popovic, who has consistently proved her staying power in the top ten, secured the #5 position. Entertainingly, and in a first for American Blues Scene’s Blues Top Five, the Mojo Roots and Trampled Under Foot appeared on stage together recently.

You can find more on The Mojo Roots and pick up a copy of Thirteen Shades of Blues at the band’s official website.

The Blues Top Five is an album chart that gives blues fans a voice. Once per day, fans can vote on their favorite album. Every Sunday, the algorithm takes fan votes and aggregate data to compile a benchmark of some of the most popular albums each week. The number one position secures press to the thousands of daily American Blues Scene fans, announcements on social networks, and an announcement and airplay on our fine blues radio show affiliates.

Stay tuned to the many exciting blues radio shows across the country to hear a single off of That’s Why I Don’t Sing the blues this week!

 

You can vote for your favorite blues album here!

If you don’t see it, ask your band to submit it! 

And be sure to check out The Mojo Roots on Facebook

 

Below are just some of the exciting blues radio shows that are affiliated with the Blues Top Five

Smokestack Lightnin’ Blues Radio – Syndicated on 16 stations across the country.

WUCF, 89.9 Orlando, Florida

KJZA, 89.5 Williams, Arizona

KJZP, 90.1 Prescot, Arizona

KJZK, 90.7 Kingman, Arizona

KJZA, 89.5 Flagstaff, Arizona

KJZA, 91.3 Flagstaff, Arizona

WPRL, 91.7 Lorman/Jackson, Mississippi

City Sounds Radio Blues

KASU, 91.9 Jonesboro, Arkansas (Memphis market)

KCOL – Kansas City Online Radio

95.7 The Wolf, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

WZXP, 97.9 Burlington Vermont

BluesJazzRadio.com, Virginia Beach, Virginia

Rock100DIZ.com, Orlando Florida

Aquarius 7 Broadcasting Network, Orlando, FL

Blues Radio on WEFT 90.1 FM East-Central Illinois

The Blueshouse Hosted by Jonathan “Oogie” Richards & Sweet Danny Ray O’Byrant
KSER 90.7FM Everett, Washington, LIVE every Thursday 10:30PM PST to 12:30AM PST

Music On The Couch – “Musicians You Should Know” – Monday’s 9pm central time

Blues Therapy Radio hosted by Bigdaddy Ray (7-9PM PST) at 90.5 FM or online at www.kwcw.net

All Blues hosted by John Kessler on KPLU FM Tacoma/Seattle 88.5 (NPR)

Down in the Delta hosted by Dj Fullmetal Wednesday nights on the W.H.O.B. Radio Network

 

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About Matt Marshall

Matt Marshall is an avid blues music lover and the editor of the American Blues Scene. In any given year, you can find him at dozens of blues events or festivals across the country. Matt also manages the American Blues Scene's official shop, where you can find great blues t-shirts. You can find Bluescentric on Facebook