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Sean Carney's Blues for a Cure: Blues Cures 4

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Blues Cures Studio Jam Vol. 4 continues the tradition of bringing International Blues Challenge winners and competitors together to give the world a taste of the incredible talent that comes together every year in Memphis.
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1. Too Late (feat. Jonn Richardson, Sean Carney, Abdell B Bop, Jan Roll & John Popovich) Omar Coleman
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2. That's What Love Will Make You Do (feat. Dave Workman, Manny Manuel, John Popovich & Jan Roll) Joey Gilmore
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3. So Many Roads (feat. Dave Workman, Franc Robert, Manny Manuel, John Popovich & Jan Roll) Ray Fuller
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4. Every Day I Have the Blues (feat. Dave Workman, Sean Carney, Jonn Richardson, Manny Manuel, John Popovich & Jan Roll) Long Tall Deb
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5. The Sky Is Crying (feat. Ray Fuller, Omar Coleman, Trent Sholl, John Popovich & Jan Roll) Franc Robert
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6. Bluesman (feat. Dave Workman, Manny Manuel, John Popovich & Jan Roll) Joey Gilmore
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7. Blues Don't Care (Married to the Blues) (feat. John Popovich, Marty Romie, Jan Roll, Omar Coleman, Sean Carney & Jonn Richardson) Long Tall Deb
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8. You're Gonna Make Me Cry (feat. Dave Workman, John Popovich, Marty Romie & Jan Roll) Jonn Richardson
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9. Shake, Rattle and Roll (feat. Sean Carney, Jonn Richardson, Abdell B Bop, John Popovich & Jan Roll) Joey Gilmore
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10. Your Death (is Killing Me) (feat. Abdell B Bop, Joey Gilmore & Omar Coleman) Hunter Wolfe & ARE
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11. Love The World (feat. Marty Romie, Sean Carney & Omar Coleman) Jonn Richardson
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Blues Cures Studio Jam Vol. 4 continues the tradition of bringing International Blues Challenge winners and competitors together to give the world a taste of the incredible talent that comes together every year in Memphis. This year’s lineup includes three IBC Champions, Joey Gilmore, Jonn Richardson and Sean Carney. Rounding out the lineup of great Blues artists are Dave Workman, Omar Coleman, Ray Fuller, Long Tall Deb, Franc Robert, Hunter Wolfe, ARE, John Popovich, Marty Romie, Abdell B Bop, Manny Manuel, Trent Sholl and Jan Roll.

Welcome to Blues Cures Studio Jam Volume 4, continuing a legacy of live in the studio Blues and passionate support of incredible, life saving programs such as The Stefanie Spielman Fund For Breast Cancer Research. We also support The Blues Foundation, which not only is responsible for The International Blues Challenge and The Blues Music Awards, but also programs like The HART Fund, created to assist musicians in need of medical care.

There are several exciting “firsts” on this recording, most notably a rare studio appearance from Dave Workman, who has become a BFAC favorite since bringing the house down at our “Columbus Blues” Showcase at Woodland’s Tavern in April, 2011. Dave set the bar for generations of Central Ohio and now San Francisco guitarists, myself included, and we were all truly honored he agreed to participate in this session.

Although I’ve seen Dave jam with Ray Fuller on a number of occasions, I know they’ve never recorded together. It was exciting to make that happen here on a smoldering version of Otis Rush’ Chess Records gem, “So Many Roads,” with Workman playing particularly inspired solos.

I wanted to pair Dave with 2006 IBC winner Joey Gilmore, whose appearance marks another “first” this year. I think that combo works particularly well with John Popovich on keys, Manny Manuel on bass and Jan Roll on drums on Little Milton’s groover, “That’s What Love Will Make You Do,” and Z.Z. Hill’s, “Bluesman.” A combination I hope we’ll hear more from in the future.

Jonn Richardson ties together the IBC theme here with Gilmore and me spanning consecutive wins from 2005 to 2007. We chose Big Joe Turner’s proto-rock & roll anthem, “Shake, Rattle & Roll,” where we each take a stab at singing verses and trading guitar solos. Richardson also sounds fabulous paired with Workman for the soulful, “You’re Gonna Make Me Cry.” As always, Jonn proves to be a musician’s musician, and that’s why he’s been featured on all four of our sessions.

Another “first” here are exciting newcomers to the Blues, Hunter Wolfe & ARE. I first heard them on Beale Street at The IBC play their blues with a punk rock edge and I’m convinced they’re going to do big things. Hunter & ARE had a blast playing their own, “Your Death is Killin’ Me,” with guests Joey Gilmore and Omar Coleman lending their talents.

This is Omar Coleman’s second Blues Cures session. He and bassist Abdell Bouyousfi thought it would be fun to pay tribute to the Chess sound, once again, with Little Walter’s, “Too Late.” Jonn and I had a blast with Lockwood/Tucker/Aces interplay. Jonn, Omar and I, along with Marty Romie, also recorded an amazing version of Jimmie Vaughn’s “Love The World.”

“Long Tall Deb” Landolt is another first on this session and she brought a pair of tunes to the table: the classic, “Everyday I Have The Blues,” and her own hot original, “Blues Don’t Care.”

I want to thank Mark Puskarich and Cody Romshak for providing an amazing atmosphere and state of the art studio in Tony’s Treasures to capture the recording here. Thank YOU for listening!

Sean Carney


Special Thanks: God Almighty, Mayor Michael B. Coleman, Sue Leighton & QFM96, The Robert Weiler Company, Nationwide, Chris Spielman, Mark, Cody, Lois Puskarich & Tony’s Treasures, Andre Hobus & Soul Bag, Blues Revue Magazine, Art Tipaldi, Dave Harrison & BluzinDaBlood, Jimmy Woodland and the staff at Woodland’s, Paul, Curt & Listening Lamp Productions, Maggie Brennan & 90.5 WCBE FM, John Petric & The Other Paper, Patty Geiger, Mike & The Berichon Family, Project Blues, The Columbus Blues Alliance, Herb & Sharyn Sollars, Cindy Blake, Paula Stebbins, Teri Pealer, Sherri Fuller, and Jim Nestor.

“I dedicate my work on this recording to my friend Andy Robinson, truly one of Columbus’ finest musicians and a gentleman who will be missed by many.” – Sean Carney

“May these notes become like bullets that penetrate the heart with the healing power of music - to all those suffering in any way. To my best friend who has been with me through good and bad, Marian the WonderDog, and Columbus, Ohio for always being there for me.” – Dave Workman

"For all of my too many family members and dear friends whose lives have been taken. At this time my thoughts and memories are of my Aunt Ruby and the very first time I had ever heard the word cancer. She was only twenty-four." – Marty Romie

“To Helen and Nina, the grandmothers I never got to meet.” – Deb Landolt

“For my late stepfather, Howard Peltz, who taught me tolerance and an open mind, and to live life while you can. He passed in 1992 from colon cancer, and we as a family still miss him.” – Franc Robert

“I would like to dedicate these performances to Angelo Merendino and his late wife Jennifer. Together, they fought a long battle with her breast cancer with grace rarely seen and raised awareness in the process.” – Jan Roll

“I would like to dedicate these tracks to my mother Janice, who is a breast cancer survivor, my father-in-law Bob McAdoo, who suffered from colon cancer, and my wife Lori, who tirelessly works for the American Cancer Society.” – John Popovich

“I wish to dedicate my performances to my late friend and keyboardist, Bob “Good Morning Bob” Abernathy.” – Joey Gilmore

“I felt I should do Blues For A Cure to give back. After all, our family has had many deaths from cancer. This one’s for you Dad: ‘The Sky Is Crying’.” - Trent Sholl

“We would like to dedicate our song ‘Your Death Is Killing Me’ to anyone who has ever lost a loved one. It is a pain unlike any other. This is why we play the blues. And to our dear friend Rhiannon. We love and miss you.” – Hunter Wolfe & ARE

“I would like to dedicate my playing to my Family, Christelle & Mia, and to the memory of one my good friend Sean Costello.” - Abdell Bouyousfi


1. Too Late
Omar Coleman - Vocal and Harmonica
Sean Carney - Guitar
Jonn “Del Toro” Richardson - Guitar
Abdell B Bop – Double Bass
John Popovich – Piano
Jan Roll - Drums

Words and Music by Willie Dixon, Hoochie Coochie Music

2. That’s What Love Will Make You Do
Joey Gilmore – Vocal and Guitar
Dave Workman - Guitar
Manny Manuel - Bass
John Popovich - Piano
Jan Roll - Drums

Words and Music by Milton Campbell, Milton Campbell Publishing

3. So Many Roads
Ray Fuller - Guitar and Vocal
Dave Workman - Lead Guitar
Franc Robert - Rhythm Guitar
Manny Manuel - Bass
John Popovich - Piano
Jan Roll - Drums

Words and Music by Paul Marshall, ARC Music

4. Every Day I Have The Blues
Long Tall Deb - Vocal
Dave Workman - Guitar
Sean Carney - Guitar
Jonn “Del Toro” Richardson - Guitar
Manny Manuel - Bass
John Popovich - Organ
Jan Roll - Drums

Words and Music by Peter Chatman, ARC Music

5. The Sky is Crying
Franc Robert – Vocal and Lap Steel
Ray Fuller – Slide Guitar
Omar Coleman – Harmonica
Trent Sholl - Bass
John Popovich - Piano
Jan Roll - Drums

Words and Music by Elmore James / Clarence Lewis / Morgan Robinson, EMI Longitude Music

6. Bluesman
Joey Gilmore – Vocal and Guitar
Dave Workman - Guitar
Manny Manuel - Bass
John Popovich - Piano
Jan Roll - Drums

Words and Music by Z.Z. Hill, ARC Music

7. Blues Don’t Care (Married To The Blues)
Long Tall Deb - Vocals
Sean Carney – Guitar and Backing Vocals
Jonn “Del Toro” Richardson – Guitar and Backing Vocals
John Popovich - Organ
Marty Romie - Bass
Jan Roll - Drums
Omar Colemen – Backing Vocals

Words and Music by Deb Landolt and John Popovich, Deb Landolt, King Snarfangle Songs, BMI © 2012

8. You’re Gonna Make Me Cry
Jonn “Del Toro” Richardson – Vocal and Guitar
Dave Workman - Guitar
John Popovich - Organ
Marty Romie – Bass
Jan Roll - Drums

Words and Music by Don Robey, Songs of Universal Inc.

9. Shake, Rattle & Roll
Joey Gilmore – Vocal and Guitar
Sean Carney - Vocal and Guitar
Jonn “Del Toro” Richardson – Vocal and Guitar
Abdell B Bop – Double Bass
John Popovich – Piano
Jan Roll - Drums
Cody Romshak – Backing Vocals

Words and Music by Charles Calhoun, Unichappell Music

10. Your Death (is Killing Me)
Hunter Wolfe – Vocal and Guitar
ARE - Drums
Joey Gilmore - Guitar
Omar Coleman - Harmonica
Abdell B Bop – Double Bass

Words and Music by Hunter Wolfe, Penguins in the Zoo Publishing © 2012

11. Love The World – Jonn Richardson, Sean Carney, Omar Coleman, Marty Romie
Jonn “Del Toro” Richardson – Vocals, Guitar and Percussion
Sean Carney - Guitar
Omar Coleman - Harmonica
Marty Romie - Bass

Words and Music by Malcom Rebennack / Jimmie Vaughan, R Mode Music

Produced by Mark Puskarich and Sean Carney for Sean Carney’s Blues For A Cure © 2012
Recorded at Tony’s Treasures Studio, Cadiz, Ohio, on October 23, 2011. Recording Engineers Cody Romshak and Mark Puskarich. Video shot by Mark Puskarich.
Produced, edited and mixed by Mark Puskarich and Cody Romshak, Tony’s Treasures Productions, Cadiz, OH, and Columbus, OH.
www.tonystreasuresproductions.com
Mastered by Mark Puskarich.

“I donate my time and efforts to this project in honor of Susie Watkins who is currently battling cancer.” – Mark Puskarich

For additional pictures and videos, and the latest on fundraising and concert dates, please visit our websites at www.bluesforacure.org and www.achristmastocurecancer.org. Blues For A Cure, (DBA) under A Christmas To Cure Cancer, Inc. is an IRS registered 501(c)(3) non–profit corporation.

Thanks To:
A very special thanks to all the artists on this recording who donated their time and efforts, while making the 2 hour trek to Cadiz, OH. What a wonderful 10 hours in the studio on October 23, 2011, with a group of amazing artists, and most of all, wonderful people. To Cody Romshak, my best friend and recording studio engineer who has amazing passion and patience in the recording sessions. To Steve Mack, an integral organizer of Blues For A Cure, supporter of A Christmas To Cure Cancer and good friend. To all who helped organize and pull off Blues For A Cure 2011, Cindy Blake and Nancy Schaefer, Frank Tuttle, Paula Stebbins, Janelle Blue, Teri Pealer, Meghan Levan, Dave Kreider, Jimmy Woodland and all the wonderful folks at Woodlands Tavern. To my sister Lisa for proofing everything on a minute’s notice and catching all the small things. Matt Cooperrider and Kristen (??) for CD art layout, Mark Frizzell and Dave Marsh, of West-Camp Press, for making my small projects of big importance to your facility. To the wonderful folks at 10TV, ONN and the Columbus Dispatch, Angela An, Chuck Strickler, Arica Robbins, and Susan Layburn among others. To Maria Durant and Johnny DiLoretto of Fox28/ABC6. To Patty Geiger for all the help with promotions and media. Thanks so much to everyone for supporting our cause. We all work so very hard to help make an impact on cancer research and Keeping The Blues Alive. – Mark Puskarich

Photos by Mark Berger, Frank Tuttle, Steve Mack and Mark Puskarich.
CD Cover photo by Frank Tuttle of Tuttle Images. www.tuttleimages.com
CD cover, CD insert graphic design and CD insert by Matt Cooperrider of West-Camp Press www.westcamp.com and Jen Ocken of Ocken Photography www.ockenphotography.com.

Tony’s Treasures Productions is proud to sponsor this recording project to help support fundraising for cancer research and the Blues Foundation. It was a pleasure and thrill to work with such great artists and witness their enthusiasm for their craft. Thank you for supporting great Blues music and two great causes. – Mark Puskarich www.tonystreasuresproductions.com



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