Bustin' Out Blue Playlists

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 10/02/2009

43 degress and falling

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 09/04/2009

The Full Corn Moon Show - September This full moon's name is attributed to Native Americans because it marked when corn was supposed to be harvested. Most often, the September full moon is actually the Harvest Moon.

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 08/30/2009

Jazzathon

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 08/21/2009

The Hot Sultry Auguest Night Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 07/24/2009

The Rainy Cold Night in July Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 07/10/2009

The Nothing You Can Possess; the elite are ever elusive Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 06/19/2009

Toby Walker Interview June 19 10:00- 11:30

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 06/18/2009

Guitar George Bostick

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 06/11/2009

The Justin's Birthday Show
Bustin' Out Blue Fills In Thursday Night
June 11 6:00pm - 8:00pm Joe V and Bustin' Out Blues takes over Making A Scene and Long Island Sound for two special interviews. Frank Vignola world reknown jazz guitarist will be joining Joe during the first hour to talk music, guitars and his Long Island beginnings. Noted New Orleans filmmaker Hubie Vigreux will call in and talk about his post-Katrina documentary which he calls “Endangered Species: the ongoing struggle to preserve the culture of New Orleans.”

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 05/29/2009

The Endangered Species Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 04/17/2009

The Give It To You Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 04/03/2009

The april rain, may tears Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 03/20/2009

The Community Center of St. Bernard Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 03/06/2009

When It Rains It Really Pours; we'll miss you Snooks, Antionette and Rob

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 02/20/2009

Is Anything Gonna Go Right Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 01/23/2009

The Gathering at the Berkner Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 01/09/2009

In Honor of the Bluzman Show

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 12/26/2008

All modern religons have some version of the pagan observance of the solstice.

Solstice science: Why winter starts Dec. 21

While snow marks the beginning of winter for many people, the first official day of winter is Sunday, Dec. 21, known as the December solstice.

It's a point in time that marks a transition in our planet's annual trip around the sun.

Bustin' Out Blue playlist for 12/12/2008

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