On 'Your Sunday Brunch' we have the blues.

Sunday morning between 7 and 10, join me as we celebrate two bluesmen; one's Kennedy Center Honor and one's birthday.

There's also still a lot of live music to catch in the area, the Farm Aid Concert in Hershey, Pennsylvania is Saturday.

It's the last full weekend of Summer and we'll take a look at the changing colors and what's happening around the world.          

'Your Sunday Brunch' Menu for September 16, 2012

Appetizers: 'America'-David Bowie (from the NYC Tribute 2001)

                       'Bridge Over Troubled Water'-Simon & Garfunkel (Paul Simon live DVD out 9-18)

                       'We Didn't Start The Fire'-Billy Joel

                        'Fell on Bad Days'-Soundgarden (new album 11-13)

Leaves Changing: 'Time of the Season'-The Zombies


Kennedy Center Honors: 'When The Levee Breaks'-Led Zeppelin (releasing 2007 reunion)

                                                             'Where The Blues Begins'-Buddy Guy (with Carlos Santana)

Rock Birthdays: 'The Thrill is Gone'-B. B. King 87  (born Riley B. King)

                                       'I Need To Know'-Tom Petty & Heartbreakers (bassist Ron Blair is 64)

                                        'Itchycoo Park'-Small Faces (drummer Kenney Jones is 64)

Concerts: 'Lazy Eye'-Silversun Pickups (at Red Rocks with 3OH!3 9-16)

                         'Voodoo'-Godsmack (Uproar Festival at Comfort Dental Amphitheatre 9-18)

                          'Simple Man'-Shinedown (covering Lynyrd Skynyrd)

                           'It's Been A While'-Stain'd (also playing Uproar with Papa Roach)

                            '25 or 6 to 4'-Chicago (Peter Cetera at Civic Center 9-21)

                             'Friend of the Devil'-Grateful Dead (Further at Red Rocks 9-21 thru 23)

                            'Meet Virginia'-Train (playing at Red Rocks on 9-19)

                             'Nothing Left to Lose'-Mat Kearney (opening for Train)

Farm Aid 2012 on 9-22 'Woodstock'-Crosby, Stills, Nash & Neil Young

                                                 'Paper in Fire'-John Mellencamp

                                                 'Everyday'-Dave Matthews Band

Dessert: 'Rosalita'-Bruce Springsteen (at Pepsi Center on November 19)

                 'Viva Las Vegas'-ZZ Top (released 'La Futura' last week 9-11)

Thanks for joining me from seven till ten-Grateful Mike