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Lonesome Stranger Plays LIVE BLUES SHOW in Dodge City This Saturday Night to Celebrate 25 Years of Brother T-Bone's "Friday Night Blues"


So happy we got to chat with Lonesome Stranger's Tom Page (electric guitar) and David Graham (lead vocals, harmonica) of the band Lonesome Stranger in advance of their trek to Dodge City, KS for this Saturday night's LIVE BLUES SHOW celebrating 25 years of Brother T-Bone hosting Friday Night Blues!

This week, I had a chance to talk to two of the five members of Wichita-based blues outfit Lonesome Stranger. Thanks to Tom Page and David Graham for sharing some insight about their band, their love for the music, the blues scene in Wichita, and what folks can expect on Saturday night at TheLamplighter in Dodge City, KS as they take the stage to honor 25 years of Friday Night Blues on High Plains Public Radio.

Lonesome Stranger is:

David Graham (lead vocals, harmonica)
Tom Page (electric guitar)
Mike Horton (electric guitar)
Marc “Mac Daddy” Colcord (electric bass)
Albert Alfonso (drums)
Dodge City/Ford County Development Corporations quarter-of-a-century commitment to BLUES PROGRAMMING across HPPR’s five-state region. Raise ‘em high, High Plains—and please help SPREAD THE WORD! Here’s the Facebook post to share with your friends and family.

A huge THANK YOU to our sponsors: Dodge City/Ford County Development Corporation wants to remind you that DODGE CITY HAS JOBS! Also, we thank the Dodge City Community College Foundation for providing the refreshments for the party. THANK YOU!


Jenny Inzerillo joined HPPR in 2015 as the host of High Plains Morning, our live music program that airs weekdays at 9 am to noon CST. Broadcasting from KJJP in beautiful downtown Amarillo, she helps listeners wake up with inspired music from our region and beyond. Tune in for new voices in folk/Americana, deep cuts from your favorite artists, soulful tracks from singer/songwriters across the world, and toe-tapping classics dating as far back as the 1920s. Plus, discover underground greats that just might be your new favorite band.