After demobilization , Morrow joined Jimmy Dorsey 's band, then went into radio freelancing as a studio musician. He began conducting odd sessions, which introduced him to bandleading. RCA Victor sponsored him as director of his own band in 1951. The band's first hit — "Night Train" by Jimmy Forrest — was a crossover into rhythm and blues. 
Put your Blues shoes on and come catch Buddy Blues and The Knights of the Blues Table live at the Loaded Hog tonight from 9:30PM to !
On their newest release, “Mountain Voodoo”, the quintet cleverly captures traditional yet contemporary sounds. There are fiery instrumental parts alternating with deep heavy ballads, overlaid by the vocal harmonies the group has become known for. Debuting at number four, “Mountain Voodoo” remained on the Billboard chart for nineteen weeks. Three singles from the album have reached the number one spot on the Bluegrass Today Charts including “Blue Collar Dreams” which spent 3 consecutive months at the number one spot
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Bernard "Buddy Blue" Seigal (December 30, 1957 - April 2, 2006) was a San Diego musician, music critic and writer who performed and often wrote under his stage name Buddy Blue. He was a founding member of The Beat Farmers, a Southern California rock band that blended country roots music and rock 'n' roll. As a music critic, he was known for his straight-forward style of critique that often used colorful language and original metaphors to either lambaste or praise musicians… read more