"CODE BLEU" FM / ONLINE SOUL-ROCK RADIO SHOW is featuring exclusive interview with Jennifer Batten (formerly of Michael Jackson & Jeff Beck's groups)
********TUNE IN NEXT TUESDAY FOR THE 5TH ANNUAL JIMI HENDRIX B-DAY BROADCAST FEATURING SPECIAL IN-STUDIO GUESTS (among them former Hendrix sideman) & LIVE IN-STUDIO JAM SESSION********
Every TUESDAY afternoon from 1-3:45pm EST on 89.1 FM WFDU, spinning the finest in Funk/Blues/Soul & Rockin' Roll music on the FM dial, internet or Satellite.
STREAMING WORLDWIDE ONLINE at www.wfdu.fm, ALL SHOWS ARE ALSO ARCHIVED on the website 24/7 for 2 weeks to be listened to at your leisure.
The ONLY radio broadcast in ANY platform featuring a comprehensive study, discussion & rare recordings of Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone & James Brown EACH WEEK.
Following the blueprint created by Sly Stone when he was a DJ at K-Soul before his fame, as well as early Frankie Crocker, host Jimy Bleu's unique blend of music & commentary is totally beyond comparison, separating him from ANY broadcaster.
Don't miss WFDU's exciting "CODE BLEU" & keep tuning in weekly for surprises on each show, such as in-depth celebrity interviews & ticket giveaways.
You can also hear "Code Bleu" on your phone/mobile device during the broadcast. Just dial 1-201-347-2338.
For 45 non-stop years, Jimy Bleu has been performing the longest-running & ONLY authentic Hendrix tribute show called "Voodoo Child"......
View the cross-section of artists recently interviewed & see why this radio show is quite different from ANY other broadcast:
guitar legend Johnny Winter
funk icon Larry Graham (Sly/'Graham Central Station'/Prince)
guitarist Tom Gimbel ('Foreigner', 'Aerosmith')
r&b diva Millie Jackson
James Brown alumni - drummer Jabo Starks & bassist Fred Thomas
drummer Carmine Appice (Vanilla Fudge/Rod Stewart/Jeff Beck)
r&b icon Jimmy Castor - his final interview
disco diva Gloria Gaynor
keyboardist Bernie Worrell ('P-Funk'/'Talking Heads')
guitarist Leo Nocentelli ('The Meters')
singer Dawn Silva ('P-Funk'/'Brides of Funkenstein'/Sly Stone)
Kool ('Kool & the Gang')
singer/guitarist Joe Chambers ('The Chambers Brothers')
keyboardist Chris Jasper (Isley Brothers/Isley-Jasper-Isley)
producer Willie Mitchell (Al Green/Ann Peebles)
guitar legend Cornell Dupree
singer Patryce Choc'let Banks ('Graham Central Station')
jazz-funk pioneer Roy Ayres
singer James Ingram
guitarist Jon Butcher (Jon Butcher Axis)
singer Melba Moore
Mandrill band founders Ric & Lou Wilson
singer Clarence Burke Jr, (The Five Stairsteps)
rock icon Terry Reid
gospel singer Vicki Yohe
guitar virtuoso Gil Parris
producer Pepe' Willie ('discovered' & 1st recorded Prince)
keyboardist Mike Finnegan (Joe Cocker/Hendrix/Santana/Tower Of Power)
blues legend Robert Cray
drummer Corky Laing ('Mountain'/'West, Bruce & Laing')
singer Corey Glover ('Living Colour')
guitarist Vince Martell ('Vanilla Fudge')
Sly & the Family Stone alumni - Rose Stone, Jerry Martini, Cynthia Robinson & Greg Errico.
bassist TM Stevens (James Brown/Sly Stone/Miles Davis)
singer-actress Simone (daughter of Nina Simone)
producer-songwriter Norman Whitfield ('Temptations', Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight)
Jimi Hendrix alumni - harpist Paul Carouso & singer Rosa Lee Brooks
bluesman Bill 'Howling Madd' Perry
gospel singer-actress Tamela Mann
singer Sandra St. Victor ('Family Stand'/'Daughters of Soul' tour)
Sly Stone documentarians Willem Alkema, Eddie Konings & Miles Lewis
Jimi Hendrix biographers Kathy Etchingham & David Henderson
Jason Draper (author-'Prince: Chaos, Disorder & Revolution')
Sheila Jackson-Hardy (filmmaker - "Nice & Rough: Black Women In Rock")