Max Spiegel

Blues Host

Max is a Song Collector & Community Cultivator, Web & Social Media Pioneer, Public Radio Producer & Host and Musician. He also scores and soundtracks films for Alpaca Pictures. Their latest full length feature film 99% Sure picked up a win at New Hope Film Fest and their last short Bird Watching won Best Picture (and 5 other awards) at the 2011 Philly 48 Hour Film Fest! Max also sings a lot of monkey songs and not just because he is raising 3 monkeys of his own.

Leo Kottke
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An archive recording of the WPSU Blues show as broadcast on July 26, 2014 and hosted by Max Spiegel.

The first hour features tracks from Taj Mahall, Leo Kottke, Dan Auerbach, The Black Keys, Jack White, Lil Ed and Dave Weld, The Yardbirds, Memphis Slim and more.

In the second hour, hear Charles Brown, Jimmy Reed, Seth Walker, Elmore James, The Killer Blues Band, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Catfish Keith, Rory Block, and others.

Levon Helm
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An archive recording of the WPSU Blues show as broadcast on July 19, 2014 and hosted by Max Spiegel.

The first hours features tracks from Taj Mahal, Greg Brown, Sonny Terry and Brownie McGHee, Hank Williams, Bob Dylan, Levon Helm, Ry Cooder and more.

The second hour features performances by Frank Zappa, John Mayhall & The Bluesbreakers, Tad Benoit, B.B. King, Allman Brothers, Sleepy John Estes, Keller Williams, and more.

John Lee Hooker
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An archive recording of the WPSU Blues show as broadcast on July 12, 2014 and hosted by Max Spiegel.

The first hours features tracks from Ween, Son House, Muddy Waters, The White Stripes, Hazmat Modine, The Black Keyes, Funkadelic, Canned Heat, W.C. Spencer and more.

In hour two, hear Teresa James & The Rhythm Tramps, The Duffy Bishop Band,  John Lee Hooker, and others.

Buddy Guy
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An archive recording of the WPSU Blues show broadcast on Saturday, July 5, 2014 and hosted by Max Spiegel.

The first hour features performances by Ray Charles, The Four Blazes, Joe Filisko & Eric Noden, Merle Travis, Buddy Guy, Robert Lockwood Jr., The North Mississippi All-Stars, and Eric Bibb.

In the second hour, hear tracks from Willie Dixon, Sleepy John Estes, Muddy Waters, Pinetop Perkins, Jimmy Reed, Big Momma Thorton, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Dr. John, and T-Bone Walker.

Cody Chestnut
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An archive recording of the WPSU Blues show broadcast on Saturday, June 21 and hosted by Max Spiegel.

In the first hour, hear tracks from Booker White, Woodbrain, Cody ChestnuTT, The Yardbirds, Ry Cooder, Bob Dylan,  Jesse Fuller, Blind Boys of Alabama, and Albert King.

The second hour features performances by Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughn, Alabama Shakes, Rev. Alex Bradford and the Stone Temple Baptist Singers, Merle Watson, Robert Johnson, and Big Momma Thorton.

Sister Rosetta Tharpe
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An archive recording of the WPSU Blues show broadcast on Saturday, June 14 and hosted by Max Spiegel.

In the first hour, hear tracks from  Tuck and Patti, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Jack White, Lead Belly,  J.J. Cale, Pat Donohue, and the Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet.

The second hour features performances by The North Mississippi All-Stars,  Jimi Hendrix, Tedeschi Trucks Band, John Lee Hooker, Mississippi John Hurt, and Elmore James.
 

Jimmy Rogers
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Max Spiegel hosts The Blues on WPSU.  This week's show includes tracks from Gil Scott-Heron, The Black Keys, Leo Kottke, R.L. Burnside, Jimmy Rogers, John Lee Hooker Jr., Wyclef Jean, and more.

B.B. King
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Max Spiegel hosts The Blues on WPSU.  This week, tracks from Taj Mahal, Bob Rosman, North Mississippi All-Stars, The Beatles, David Bromberg, B.B. King, Alabama Shakes, Chris Smithers, and much more.

Max Speigel hosts a WPSU Blues show with classic blues including tracks from Canned Heat, Sonny & Brownie, Bob Brosman, Chris Thomas King, and much more.

Max Spiegel hosts an archived edition of the WPSU Blues Show as broadcast on May 3, 2014. 

An archive recording of a live broadcast of the WPSU Blues Show recorded on April 26, 2014.

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