Foster has a warm, inviting, and understated vocal style that easily fits a variety of blues and soul styles, going from polished and upscale to gritty with little effort. I'm pretty sure that you will have a ball listening to this fun and entertaining set of blues and soul. You'll agree that D. A. Foster is definitely the real thing.

Graham Clarke | Blues Bytes Magazine

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  • The legendary DJ Howard Thompson is going to play a track off "The Real Thing" on his show this Friday April 3 between the hours of 1pm-4pm. At some point he's going to have a vote for the favorite tracks, and we'd love to have your support! Please check the links at the bottom of this page.

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  • As per their website:

    We've scheduled the D.A. Foster interview for The BluesMobile to air on our affiliate radio stations the weekend of March 21-22, 2015. A short blurb about the episode will be posted on our website (www.thebluesmobile.com) on Thursday March 19. And the episode will stream on our website for one week starting Friday March 27.

    We'll keep you updated with the developments on this.

  • tom marker

    Check out Tom Marker and his awesome Blues Breakers Playlist!

    Tom Marker’s Blues Breakers

    Artist of the Week: Shemekia Copeland

    B.B. KING – I’VE GOT A RIGHT TO LOVE MY BABY Get well, B.B.

    SHEMEKIA COPELAND – MY TURN BABY From Shemekia’s 1998 record, Turn The Heat Up. Joe Louis Walker on guest vocals and guitar.

    DAVE ALVIN AND PHIL ALVIN – KEY TO THE HIGHWAY From the 2014 release, Common Ground. A tribute to Big Bill Broonzy. *

    SIEGEL SCHWALL BAND – GOT MY MOJO WORKING The Siegel-Schwall band will be performing at the Beverly Art Center this Friday. Corky Siegel, Jim Schwall, Rolo Radford. Blues Hall of Famer, Jazz Hall of Famer, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Sam Lay plays drums and does vocals on this song from the Reunion Concert album recorded at the Vic Theater in 1988.

    SHEMEKIA COPELAND & ROBERT CRAY – I PITY THE FOOL Recorded at Radio City Music Hall, New York, February 7, 2003.

    D.A. FOSTER – GOOD MAN BAD THING From D.A’s new record, The Real Thing. *

  • Check out Trish Lewis' podcast The Eclectic Chair.

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  • Our friend Matthew Socey played "Ain't Doin' Too Bad" on his program "The Blues House Party" on 90.1 FM, Indianapolis this past Saturday night (2/28/15)!

    Check out his show The Blues House Party

  • The song "Good Man, Bad Thing" has been playing on Sirius channel 70 BB King's Bluesville.

    Go check up on when it's played by clicking here!

  • Connecticut’s Shaboo Inn, a legendary 1970s and 1980s blues and rock concert dance hall, attracted over 100 top artists, including Bonnie Raitt, Miles Davis, The Police, Aerosmith, and Tom Waits to the former silk mill in Mansfield.

    David “Lefty” Foster started Shaboo at the age of 19 when he wasn't yet old enough to be inside the building. He joins us to share stories from this long and storied Connecticut icon.

    Read More at WNPR's Website

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