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Top Left Corner #148

Thursday, December 9, 2021

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Welcome to today’s episode of the Top Left Corner

This episode Sponsored by Hancock Shaker Village, presenting:

Hancock Holiday Nights
15 Wonder-filled Nights in December


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Today’s Featured Artist:

Misty Blues

2019 International Blues Challenge finalist, Misty Blues, is led by lead singer/band founder Gina Coleman. The band is based out of Berkshire County, Massachusetts playing original and traditional blues with hints of jazz, soul, funk and tent revival gospel since 1999. The band has recorded with Charles Neville and Joe Louis Walker, and opened for contemporary blues artists like Tab Benoit, Room Full Of Blues, John Primer, Albert Cummings and Michael Powers. Misty Blues performs extensively throughout New England and has toured New York City, Harrisburg, Mishawaka, Knoxville, Birmingham, Montgomery, Muscle Shoals, Clarksdale, Memphis, New Orleans and Ontario Canada. The band recently earned an Independent Blues Music Award nomination for the best contemporary blues song. The band’s original recordings have wide radio airplay in the U.S. and UK.

If you’re here for the first time, the Top Left Corner is a locally focused daily live internet radio show and podcast based in the Northern Berkshires, Mass. 

We do our best to wade through the spin and biases and bring back the important stuff that most of us really care about. Monday through Friday, we’re going to tell you what we think about local current events and the national stories that directly affect the people of Williamstown and Berkshire County. We also interview amazing guests.

You can listen live—and interact live. You’ll find a chat box you can use to comment live–anonymously if you wish. We do our best to read and address everyone’s comments on the air.

Until next time.

Stay safe. Be good to each other. And go easy on yourselves.

— Jay V.


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Jason Velázquez

Jason Velázquez has worked in print and digital journalism and publishing for two decades.
Phone: (413) 776-5125

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