18 January 2021

THE FINAL BLUE SUNDAY with Paul Cash on MMH – Sunday 17.01.2021

*THE FINAL SHOW*

Join Paul Cash – MMH, Sunday evening at 7pm on MMH – The Home Of Rock Radio for the Final Blue Sunday!

 

With a heavy heart and a tear in my eye, it’s time to say So Long, Adieu, Auf Wiedersehen & Farewell to Blue Sunday.

However, on this weeks show, we’ll go out with a BANG, coz we all love a good bang once in a while! I’ll be playing some of my favourite tunes that have graced the show from over the past two years from some of my favourite bands!

MALVERDE BLUES EXPERIENCE, who are the best thing to come out of Mexico since Danny Trejo, along with awesome tunes from 20 Watt TombstoneBarrence Whitfield & The Savages, 

Southbound Snake Charmers,  John Angus Blues Band,  James Leg,  One Rusty Band,  The Reverend Shawn Amos,  Left Lane Cruiser,  The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, 

Samarkind,  The Bonnevilles & my favourite Welshmen, the quality Henry’s Funeral Shoe!!

We’ll finish off with a very apt song from the fabulous Five Horse Johnson (official band page)!

I am truly humbled by the messages of love and support I’ve had this week. Thank you all so much for the love shown towards Blue Sunday over the past few years, I’ve had a blast introducing you to some truly awesome bands!!

See you tonight at 7pm for the final Blue Sunday.

Stay Safe & Well & Be Who You Wanna Be

The Bonnevilles – Hardtale Lurgan Blues (Live in a Tattoo Parlour) – YouTube

One rusty band “I’ve got the devil” – YouTube

Playlist

20 Watt Tombstone Just Got Paid
The Reverend Shawn Amos Moved
Reverend Peytons Big Damn Band Front Porch Trained
One Rusty Band I’ve Got The Devil
Malverde Blues Experience Mean Black Spider
James Leg Dirty South
The John Angus Blues Band Heartbreak Hotel
Southbound Snake Charmers Playin’ With Fire
Henry’s Funeral Shoe Janice The Stripper Part 1
Left Lane Cruiser Juice To Get Loose
The Bonnevilles Hardtale Lurgan Blues
Samarkind Sun Stroke Heart
Barrence Whitfield & The Savages The CornerMan
Five Horse Johnson The Last Song