Blues Events

Date & Time




August 4th

25th Anniversary Party with Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings TBD Roy Rogers is one of the best slide guitarists on the planet!
This will be an amazing dance party.

Weekly Blues Jams

Day & Time



 Mondays - 6 to 9 Casey's in Round Hill / Zephyr Cove  
Tuesdays - 8 to 11 Harrah's Stateline - South Lake Tahoe
  • February 20th - Mark Hummel
  • February 27th - Matty T
  • March 6th - Daniel Castro
  • Mach 13th - Andy Santana
  • March 20th - Rick Hammond
  • March 27th - Richie Blue
Wednesdays - 8 to 11 Paddy and Irene's - Victorian Square, Sparks  
Wednesdays - 8 to 11 The Saint - Midtown Reno  
Thursdays - 8 to 11 Sparks Lounge - Baring and Sparks Boulevard  

Blues Radio

Show & Time



Every Sunday from 9 pm to 10 pm

Ken Allen's
“Damn Good Blues Hour”

KOZZ 105.7 FM

Friday & Saturday from 4 pm to 5 pm
Saturday from Midnight to 1 am

Chuck Dunne's
"Choose Blues Hour"

KTKE 101.5 FM
Lake Tahoe & Truckee's Local Radio Station

Mick Martin's "Blues Party" - KXJZ 90.5 FM Reno or 90.9 FM Sacramento - Saturdays from 1pm to 5pm

Chuck Martin

Mick Martin has been producing and hosting the blues for 12 years, beginning with The KZAP Blues Show in August of 1989.

He joined the staff of KXJZ in July 1991 to create Mick Martin's Blues Party, which he calls "a combination blues specialty show and a tribute to the freeform, underground radio concept." This means you'll be hearing everything from B.B. King and Robert Johnson to the Grateful Dead and Stevie Ray Vaughan every Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. -- with no repeats. "I want to give people the equivalent of a four-hour album of music every week, mixing the classics with the new and different."

Mick is also a musician, having played professionally since 1968 and, since 1986, leading "Mick Martin and the Blues Rockers." On March 31, 1994, Mick did something highly unusual for a harmonica player: he performed at Carnegie Hall for the nationally broadcast Blues in Jazz concert with mentor Jimmy Smith, Jimmy Witherspoon, Grover Washington Jr., Carrie Smith and Mark Whitfield. That same year, he was featured on Jimmy Smith's Fantasy/Milestone Records release, Sum Serious Blues. Mick has played harmonica on stage behind Freddie King, Jimmy Rogers, Bo Diddley, Mick Taylor, the Yardbirds, Roy Brown and many others.

His latest CD with the Blues Rockers, Tip of the Hat, was released nationally last September by Dig Music. He is also a featured artist on the same label's Bob Dylan tribute, Positively 12th & K, which also features Sal Valentino and Jackie Greene.

Mick is the creator and co-author (with Marsha Porter) of the DVD & Video Guide, published annually by Ballantine Books.