I Got The Blues With The Bail Jumpers WRB006

Welcome to the Weekly RockBlog, Episode #6. Tonight’s episode we are featuring my good friends, members of the new, local, all-star blues band “The Bail Jumpers” from Kittanning and Ford City, PA.

I talked with the guys and we’re going to listen to a few of their original, live tracks.


I’ll give you another installment of “This Day in Music.”

And lastly I’m debuting a new segment entitled “Gas Station Pizza” in which we’ll talk about crazy, stupid, and/or interesting facts about music, share stories about personal experiences on the road and link those to tips or suggestions on furthering your own musical journey

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I’m ending this episode with one my tunes (Brian K. Shaffer) “The Game.”

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I have been writing and recording music for roughly 20 years. I got my start as a young child listening to my mother sing and play guitar and sitting by the large console stereo listening to records with her. I then began to teach myself how to sing and became a vocalist in many a cappella groups such as the “Distinguished Gentlemen” and “Common Ground,” in which we performed across the Mid-Atlantic Region in such cities as Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Cleveland and placed 4th at the National Harmony Sweepstakes at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. We had the pleasure of sharing the stage with such legendary groups as “The Monkeys,” “The Marcells,” “The Tymes,” “The Vogues” and “The Contours.” I run the Weekly RockBlog podcast.