The David Latto Band hail from Fife and are Country based purveyors of Power Pop. They toured Europe recently with the winsome and afore mentioned Phil Lee. Since then they have returned to France, played Y-not Festival, Americana Cavalcade and Belladrum Festival. They return to Americana Cavalcade this year by popular demand.
Jason Ringenberg counts himself as a fan and covered David's song about Shetland Yodeller Thomas Fraser on a recent visit to Shetland.
Fabulous harmony vocal act, songwriter, session man (harmony vocals, banjoist, guitarist), bluegrass musician, one-time member of The Dillards, Country Gazette (founder member), Desert Rose…Continue
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Austin, Tx based singer-songwriter Joe Pug has experienced a few twists and turns in his yet short career, seen both ups and downs as in 2014 he became burnt out. Four years of constant…Continue
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Peterborough, Ontario singer-songwriter Chris Culgin on acoustic guitar, banjo and on one track, piano is supported by fellow countrymen,…Continue
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Health & Happiness Hour Health & Happiness Hour April 8 2015 (Featured CD Brock Zeman)…
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Tom Russell’s latest project, The Rose Of Roscrae is the prolific singer-songwriter’s his third folk opera; following in the footsteps of The Man From God Knows Where (1999) and…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #242, AJ Ghent plays tracks from Live At Terminal West, shares his secrets for putting on a great show and talks about his lap steel legacy.
Also on this episode, new rock & roll from Ray Wylie Hubbard, folk…Continue
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Here's the latest MIKE RITCHIE ON SUNDAY SHOW playlist from CELTIC MUSIC RADIO with catch-up links at the foot of it.
Dark Green Tree and Norrie McCulloch – no strangers to FSR – are featured.
Feedback always most welcome.
1 – NEIL YOUNG – He Was The King –…Continue
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Manchester Americana Festival
Following the success of the last 3 festivals, the 4th Manchester Americana Festival will take place on Saturday 23rd May 2015. This year we’re using a new venue, the Prestwich Legion club, which is already becoming well established as one of North Manchester’s leading live music venues. The Legion is at 225 Bury Old Road, Prestwich, Manchester M25 1JE, and is very close to Heaton Park metro station.
As before, the lineup…
Dublin-based five-piece I Draw Slow have in a very short time stacked up a huge amount of praise, and to go with this you have a generous number of prestigious gigs. The band isn’t only popular in Ireland, but Stateside appeared…Continue
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San Diego duo Christy Barrett (lead, harmony vocals, percussion, kazoo) and Ryan Schilling (kick drum, guitar, harmonica, harmony vocals) produce music worthy of the trial and tribulations of…Continue
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Also on this episode we’ve got a full on blues set from Charlie Musselwhite,…Continue
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Health & Happiness Hour Health & Happiness Hour April 8 2015 (Vincent McCallum & Les Cowley in Session)…
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Tomorrow Comes The Spring
(LOUNGE SIDE RECORDS)
Now resident in Austin, John Neilson’s third full-length album sees him expressing regret, vulnerability and hurt, in his…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #240, Allison Moorer plays tracks from Down To Believing and talks about raising her son, swapping songs Mary Gauthier, and working with Kenny Greenberg.…Continue
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Another collection of work from ‘the killer’, Jerry Lee Lewis; this time we have two albums from his Mercury catalogue from the early 1970s (1972, and 1973 respectively)…Continue
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Betty & The Boy are an exciting quintet based in Eugene, Oregon; originally a duo of Bettreena Jaeger (vocals, guitar) and Josh Harvey (vocals, guitar, banjo, mandolin, and on one track, “Poppies”; piano, organ) later joined by members Jon Conlon (upright bass), Michelle…Continue
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Bright new country act, singer-songwriter Cale Tyson is set to make inroads into the music business via his combination of country Americana and dyed-in-the-wool traditional…Continue
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Blood Test is singer-songwriter, Kris Delmhorst first record since Shotgun Singer in 2008.…Continue
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Four albums, four fantastic pickers, lots of twists and turns as first off you have fellow technique genius Les Paul partner Chet (Guitar Monsters, 1978),…Continue
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