Blues America:Blues America 107 - Miss Blues 
Series: Title: Sub-title:
Blues America  Blues America 107 - Miss Blues  Blues + Interview + Talk + Music + Weekly Program + Series 
Producer: Program type: Broadcast Restrictions:
Drew Verbis  Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
Dorothy Ellis is better known by her stage name, Miss Blues. A moniker earned, not in church, but the cotton patches and juke joints of Direct, Texas; a town barely found on the map and where a preacher once declared everyone born there was headed directly to hell. Her mother died before she reached her mid-teens. Broke and hungry, she took a bus as far North as a few cents would take her looking for opportunity and arriving in Oklahoma City. There she fronted a band called the Rockin Aces which featured Chuck Berrys guitarist, D.C. Minner. Tired of working in kitchens for white people, she worked towards a higher education, earning a Masters degree. Today, Miss Blues is considered a legend in Oklahoma and appropriately resides in the Blues Hall of Fame and the Jazz Hall of Fame. Although she hasnt toured much, she has released a handful of critically acclaimed studio albums and regularly performs at festivals in Oklahoma.   Miss Blues 
Notes: Credits:
Clock
NEW PROGRAM 107 - Total 58:02
Production Date 9/15/2017
Segment 1
00:00 - 31:39
Floating Station Mid-Break
31:32- Clip: "...Blues America Will be Right Back"
31:39 - Outcue: Tone
*** 00:58 MIN MUSIC BED FOR STATIONS - PLACE ID, PSA, NEWSHOLE ***
32:37- Incue: Tone
Segment 2
32:37- 58:00
57:35 - Clip: "Blues America Singing"
57:40 - [ Optional] Cutaway Music Bed
58:00 - End 
Special Guest: Miss Blues
Label: Skinner Audio
Studio: Chico Chism Memorial Studio
Host: Drew Verbis
Voice Overs: Nikki Nicole, Jason Stephens
Underwriting Voice Over: Milky Smooth
Morgan Freeman Monologue Edit: Drew Verbis, Jason Stephens
Underwriters: Record High Vinyl Store, The Rhythm Room, SWMAF


Full Length Plays (Artist, Song, Album, Label, Year, Time)
Miss Blues, Good Morning Blues, Blues with an Attitude, Indie, 2014 [4:04]
Tommy Castro, Nonchalant, Stompin' Ground, Alligator Records, 2017 [3:55]
Johnny Rawls, We Did It, Waiting For the Train, Catfood Records, 2017 [3:17]
Roosevelt Sykes, The Honey Dripper, Decca, 7458 1938 [3:01]
 
Topics
Arts and Humanities | Society and Culture | Music | American | Ethnicity | African-American | Folklore and Folkways | Blues | Jazz  
 
 
Version 1: Blues America 107  
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00:58:15 
Program 107 
Transcript, Announcer Script Location Recorded Release Date Language
View Script  Chico Chism Memorial Studio in Phoenix  09-15-2017  English 
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