Blues on Fire was the second release for Lonnie on the JSP label, released in 1997 out of London. Performing are some notable names in the blues today with Lonnie on guitar and vocals, Barry Harrison -drums, Randy Lippincott -bass, Johnny Rawls -guitar and vocals, Bruce Feiner -tenor sax, Robert Feiner -baritone sax, Shemekia Copeland -vocals, Brian Charette -keyboards and Hammond organ, and Mike Jones -trumpet.Recorded over a period of several years with accompaniments by a number of fine Southern musicians the result is a well crafted and varied selection of material. Lonnie has a strong soulful voice, not unlike that of his hero Z.Z. Hill and is a good, if not terribly distinctive, guitar player. The material, all written by Lonnie, ranges from soul (Boxing Gloves) to R&B (Eight Days A Week) to tough juke joint blues (Fistful Of Dollars/ Cry, Sky). 12 tracks in all. Accompanying musicians include Eddie "Vaan" Shaw, Big Jack Johnson, Lorenzo Smith, Sam Carr and others.