GRAVEYARD BLUES

w/ Jerry Schaefer


If you want to hear the best in “Blues” music on the radio… then check out Graveyard Blues! Hosted by Jerry Schaefer, a NY radio veteran for more than 20 years, and 2014 “Keeping the Blues Alive Award“ winner... Graveyard Blues has it all! It's 2-hours of the “blues” from Howlin’ Wolf to Stevie Ray Vaughan and everything in between! You’ll also get the latest concert information, “blues” news and “live” in-studio performances! Jerry's interviewed many of the "legends" in the blues world... including B.B. King, Robert Cray, Mick Fleetwood, John Mayall and Buddy Guy! Returning guests will include: Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Jorma Kaukonen and Johnny Winter! Warren Haynes and The Derek Trucks Band have each performed ‘live’ in the Graveyard Blues studio! Jerry was also inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame in 2012.


In May, Graveyard Blues celebrated 13 years of broadcasting on WRCN! In 2007, Graveyard Blues was proud to have the legendary Hubert Sumlin (Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters) headline the 5th Anniversary party! The event raised money for several charities in Suffolk County!


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About Jerry: He's a native New Yorker who's always loved radio & music! He fell in love with the 'blues' while attending college in South Carolina. A pub, near campus where a friend worked, featured a lot of 'blues' on their jukebox… and Jerry was hooked! Jerry's radio career began in 1990 at WNYG 1440AM, on Long Island, and continued with on-air gigs at 94.3 WMJC, 104.7 WBEA and several years at 102.3 WBAB... before landing at WRCN in 2002. Jerry has been the MC at the Riverhead Blues Festival from 2002 through 2012! He has introduced several top blues acts, like Joe Bonamassa, James Cotton, Sonny Landreth, The Derek Trucks Band and Johnny Winter, to local stages and has written articles, promoting the blues, for several area publications. The 2007 Graveyard Blues festival was also featured on local television.