Below is an example of the songs we sometimes knock out.....just so you get the idea that you're getting upbeat rhythm and blues...

29 Ways (Willie Dixon)
All Day and All of the Night (Kinks)
All Your Love (Gary Moore)
Around and Around (Chuck Berry)
Back in the Night (Wilko Johnson)
Before you accuse me (Bo Didley)
Born in Chicago (Nick Gravenites)
Bring it on Home to me (Sam Cooke)
Cocaine (J J Cale)
Come on In (Blues Band)
Date Bait (Roosevelt Sykes)
Early one Morning (Elmore James)
Flat Foot Sam (Blues Band)
Get a Haircut (George Thorogood)
Gimme Some Lovin ( Spencer Davis Band)
Hard Times (No Mean Feat)
Hard to Handle (Otis Redding)
Heart of Stone (Peter Green)
Help Me (Sonny Boy Williamson)
Homework (Otis Rush)
Honky Tonk Woman (Rolling Stones)
I Don't Believe (Joe Bonamassa)
I'll Play the Blues for You (Jerry Beach)
I'm a Hog for you (Dr Feelgood)
I'm Worried (Elmore James)
Let's Work Together (Canned Heat)
Love in Vain (Robert Johnson)
Low Down and Dirty (Bernard Allison)
Messin with the Kid (Mel London)
Movin' Groovin' Blues (John Mayall)
Nadine (Chuck Berry)
Need your Love so Bad (Fleetwood Mac)
Not Fade Away (Buddy Holly)
Pride and Joy (Stevie Ray Vaughan)
Route 66 (Rolling Stones)
Roxette (Wilko Johnson)
She Does it Right (Wilko Johnson)
She Gives Me The Shakes (Nine Below Zero)
Soft Touch (Nine Below Zero)
Spider and the Fly (Rolling Stones)
Stuck in the Middle (Gerry Rafferty)
Talk to your Daughter (Robyn Ford)
Talkin to my Baby (Elmore James)
The Stumble (Freddie King)
Treat her Right (Commitments)
Tulsa Time (Eric Clapton)
Violent Love (Otis Rush)
Waiting for Another Day (Chris Paul)
Walking the Dog (Rufus Thomas)
Working for a Living (Huey Lewis)
You Really got Me( Kinks)