Bob Putignano's weekly 4-hour (SOB) radio program

SOB Elwood Blues Sirius Radio Show

Mose Allison performing "Your Mind Is On Vacation and Your Mouth is Working Overtime," and "When You Get to the City."
Pat St. John interviews Dan Aykroyd about his book "Elwood's Blues."
Aykroyd & St. John then introduce most of the band.
Bettye LaVette performs "Everyday I Have the Blues."
Hubert Sumlin performs Little Walter's "Everything Gonna Be Alright."
David Maxwell (in a trio) setting perform an instrumental titled "Boogie To the Max"
Michael Hill covers William Bell's & Booker T. Jones' "Born Under a Bad Sign."
Calvin Owens delivers a slow Blues Instrumental.
Rob Paparozzi, Bettye LaVette & Nikki Armstrong cover Chris Kenner's "Something You Got."
Dan Akroyd/Elwood Blues close the night with the classic "Sweet Home Chicago" that Robert Johnson recorded.
Bob Putignano adds some (recent/sour grapes) observations with closing comments about this 2004 Blues show featuring "The Sirius Special Blues Band," a band title given by Aykroyd.