Alright, I'll come clean: you can't talk DIRECTLY to Elwood. But you can talk directly to the fine folks at The BluesMobile, who are best friends with Elwood, and that's like the same thing, right? We've got the inside scoop on everything you could ever want to know about the radio show. Questions directly for Elwood will take longer to answer (he's a tough guy to track down, if you know what I mean), but we do what we can. Rest assured, every e-mail you guys send in through Talk to Elwood gets read by an Actual Human Being, promise!
All you gotta do is fill out some boxes below and let us know what's on your mind. How can we make TheBluesmobile.com better? Who should we be playing more of on the radio show? What's your recipe for Gumbo? Go for it.
Interested in having Elwood record a commercial or liners for your show?
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BLUES MUSICIANS :
Are you an up and coming blues musician looking to get some airplay on the BluesMobile Radio Hour? Have you refined your music and think you're ready for the big time? TheBluesmobile.com is dedicated to the fans, and we're willing to give you a chance. We are interested in professional-quality blues music from you or your band. This is the real deal; we'll take your music seriously if you take it seriously. If your record is well-produced and sounds like something that you'd hear on the radio, send a copy of your CD to us at:
3361 20th St.
San Francisco, CA 94110-2627
All submitted CD's become the property of The BluesMobile and Ben Manilla Productions, Inc. We apologize, but because of the volume of the submissions, we are unable to return CD's. We try to listen to every CD we receive, but unfortunately, we are not able to respond to inquiries regarding if or when your submitted CD will air.
Please only send us work of your own creation. We appreciate the devotion of fans, but we can only take CDs from the artists who made them. And remember that this is a family show, so keep the language clean for radio play around the world. Thanks for keeping the Blues alive!