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Bob Putignano has interviewed many well know musicians, authors, and music industry people on his Wednesday morning "Sounds of Blue" radio show on WFDU 89.1 FM

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Al Copely
Alex Schultz
Andre Menard, Founder and Director of Montreal Jazz Fest
Anson Funderburgh, in studio live performance
Anthony Paule
Art Tipaldi, author Children of the Blues
Ashley Kahn, two times in studio. Author of “The Making of Kind of Blue” and “John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme.”
BB King
Ben Sidran
Ben E. King, live in studio
Benny Golson
Bernard “Pretty” Purdie
Bill Charlap, New York pianist
Bill Dahl, author, historian
Bill Sims, live in studio
Billy Preston
Billy Preston
Bob Devos
Bob Koester, Delmark Records
Bobby “Blue” Bland, interviewed twice
Bobby Kyle, live in studio
Bobby Rush
Bob Mugge, filmmaker
Bob Porter
Brian Auger, interviewed twice
Bruce Conte
Bruce Iglauer, Alligator Records
Bruce Katz
Bryan Lee
Buddy Guy
Burton Garr, Louisiana contemporary blues artist  He has written over 2000 songs during his career
Calvin Owens, former trumpeter/arranger/bandleader for BB King. Currently leading his own band.
Charlie Musselwhite
Chris Flory
Chris Thomas King
Chuck Rainey
Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown
Cornell Dupree
Cosimo Matassa
Curtis Salgado
Darrell Nulisch, in studio
Dan Aykroyd aka Elwood Blues in person
Dave Alvin
Dave Specter
Dave Keyes, interviewed 4 times & performance in studio
Dave Stryker
David Maxwell
Deacon John
Deborah Coleman
Delbert McClinton
Dennis Gruenling
Derek Trucks
Dick Waterman, talking about his new photo book: "Between Midnight & Day" 
Dirty Dozen Brass Band, interviewed 4 times, once live in the studio
Doug Hinman - the author of You Really Got Me, the award-winning, definitive discography of the Kinks
Doug Munro
Duke Robbilard, interviewed twice
Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater
Ellis Hooks - interviewed twice, once in studio live performance
Emilio Castillo, Tower of Power
Eric Addeo
Felix Cabrera
Fito de la Parra
Fred Bronson, Billboard Books
Freddie Robinson
George Howard, author of the book "Getting Signed"
Gil Parris, live performance twice
Greg Loescher, Goldmine Magazine
Greg Piccolo
Harvey Mandel
Hank Crawford, musical director for Ray Charles
Henry Butler
Hiram Bullock
Holger Stevensen, live in studio, president and founder of Stony Plain Records
Howard Stovall
Ian McLagan, Goldmine Magazine
Ivan Neville, in studio live performance
Hubert Sumlin, interviewed 8 times with some live performances in the studio.
James Cotton, in studio
Janiva Magness
Jay McShann
Jeff Healey, one of Canada's most celebrated and accomplished musicians.
Jeff Tamakin, author & previous editor at Goldmine Magazine
Jerry Jemmott
Jimmy McGriff, master of the Hammond B-3, 


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Jimmy Thackery
Jimmy Vivino
Joe Krown
Joel Dorn, live in the studio twice
John Broven, R&B New Orleans & Ace Records, & Juke Blues Magazine
John Mayer
Johnny A
Johnnie Johnson, the Father of Rock and Roll
John Tropea
Jon Cleary, in studio performance
JW Jones
Kermit Ruffins
Kimberly Allison
Koko Taylor
Kenny Neal, interviewed twice
Larry Baeder
Larry Carlton
Larry Garner
Little Toby Walker
Little Milton Cambell
Lou Donaldson
Lucky Peterson
Luther Kent
Magic Slim
Marcia Ball
Mark Naftalin
Maria Muldaur
Matt Schofield, live in studio
Mavis Staples
Melvin Sparks, interviewed 5 time
Melvin Taylor
Michael Hill, live in studio twice, once duo with Hubert Sumllin
Michael Lydon, author of “Ray Charles a man and his music” & “Rock Folk”
Mike Clark
Mighty Sam McClain
Mitch Woods
Mose Allison
Nadine Condon, author of "Hot Hits, Cheap Demos
Pat Cisarano
Peach, L.A.-based contemporary blues artist, singer/songwriter
Peter Karp, in studio performance
Phil Upchurch
Phillip Bailey, Earth, Wind and Fire
Pinetop Perkins, live in studio
Poncho Sanchez
Randy McDonnald, Tommy Castro Band
Red Holloway, Goldmine Magazine
Renee Austin is poised to lead a new generation of innovative singer-songwriters
Reuben Wilson
Robben Ford - Concord recording artist and guitar ace 
Rob Paparozzi, live in studio performance with Bernard “Pretty” Purdie
Robert Cray, interviewed twice
Robert Gordon, author in studio on “Can’t Be Satisfied” with reviewer/author Michael Lydon
Rosalinde Block - Rosalinde's Block party is a  fusion/Steely Dan edge, neoclassic soul- jazz/r&b/gospel/pop
Rusty Zinn
Ruth Brown, interviewed twice, once in person
Sarah Partridge
Scott Yanow on his book "Jazz on Record"
Seleno Clarke
Sheila Anderson, WBGO
Shemekia Copeland
Sherman Holmes, Holmes Brothers
Son Seals, interviewed twice
Stacy Mitchart
Steve Freund
Sue Foley, interviewed 2 times, one live in studio performance
Sugar Ray Norcia
Tab Benoit
Tad Lathrop, on his book, "This Business of Music, Marketing & Promotion"
Tad Robinson A potent blend of Chicago blues and Memphis soul
Taj Mahal, Goldmine Magazine
Terry Adams, NRBQ
Terry Silverlight
Todd Wolfe
Tommy Castro, interviewed 4 times, once live in studio performance
Toni Lynn Washington
Trudy Lynn
Walter “Wolfman” Washington
Wardell Quezergue
Will Porter
Winston Byrd