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From the "The Blues Brother" episode (01/24/1988) of the television sitcom ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083413/combined Family Ties]''. Alex plays a "I Feel So Good" by this bluesman on his WLEL college radio show, but says he's dead. Dupre calls in to dispute that. He's a bus driver in Columbia.
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From the "The Blues Brother" episode (01/24/1988) of the television sitcom ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083413/combined Family Ties]''. Alex plays "I Feel So Good" by this bluesman on his WLEL college radio show, but says he's dead. Dupre calls in to dispute that. He's a bus driver in Columbia.
  
 
An album is mentioned, ''Eddie Dupre at the Monterey Blues Festival'' which has the track "Keys to the Highway" on it.  
 
An album is mentioned, ''Eddie Dupre at the Monterey Blues Festival'' which has the track "Keys to the Highway" on it.  

Revision as of 07:18, 7 August 2017

From the "The Blues Brother" episode (01/24/1988) of the television sitcom Family Ties. Alex plays "I Feel So Good" by this bluesman on his WLEL college radio show, but says he's dead. Dupre calls in to dispute that. He's a bus driver in Columbia.

An album is mentioned, Eddie Dupre at the Monterey Blues Festival which has the track "Keys to the Highway" on it.

Played by real musician Brownie McGhee, who also played fake musician Toots Sweet in the film Angel Heart.

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