Gulf Coast Recorded recording artist Mark May calls into the show to chat with Tom about his new album "Deep Dark Demon" which went to #6 on the Billboard Living Blues chart. Mark talks about how he and Tom Forst's bass player Dave Stoltz auditioned for the Allman Brothers Band together, and later both performed with the Dicke Betts solo band. Mark discusses the influence Dickie Betts had on his own style of playing, which is a mix of rock and various blues styles.

Chasing the Blues Podcast is produced by Factory Underground Studio in Norwalk, CT. It is a weekly audio podcast which has aired 75 episodes today. A 30 minute TV show format of Chasing the Blues has also been launched on YouTube, on which Tom Forst interviews John Oates of Hall and Oates about his new blues-inspired album "Live in Nashville." The new show is available here:

Chasing the Blues is produced by Factory Underground Studio in Norwalk, CT. It is sponsored by Blues Festival Guide Magazine. Chasing the Blues wishes to thank the Blues Foundation and the Music Makers Foundation for helping blues musicians in need around the world, and helping to keep the blues genre alive.

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