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Vincent McCallum, British born and Portugese raised, seems to have been playing and writing music all his life. He’s coming back to Britain for a wee tour in May, so here’s a six track ep from his Portugese band, The Code, to give a taste of what the man and his music are about.
The six songs here…
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On episode 185 of the Americana Music Show, Karen Jonas plays 3 tracks from Oklahoma Lotter and talks about writing songs about great American stores like Bonnie & Clyde and Grapes of Wrath.
Also on this episode, country rock from…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on March 31, 2014 at 6:30 — No Comments
I loved this album when it was first released on Rough Trade in 1988 and still do!
On the 25th Anniversary of the release of her career changing album Lucinda…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on March 30, 2014 at 18:10 — No Comments
When it comes to music legends, Dr. Ralph Stanley figures high on the list, and when narrowed down…Continue
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Carlene Carter has long been someone I hoped would do better as a commercial artist, enjoy a little more luck with…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on March 30, 2014 at 8:30 — No Comments
LEAH ABRAMSON, RAYNA GELLERT AND PATRICK METZGER
Glenbuchat Hall, 28 March 2014
It’s all about community at Glenbuchat.
The hubbub of…Continue
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I present a syndicated radio show in America called The International Americana Music Show - the only radio show to exclusively play Americana music made solely by non-American artists. Each week, after US radio stations have had the opportunity to broadcast that week's show, I up load it to Mixcloud.
Rob Ellen has very kindly agreed to let me post news about, and a link to, each week's show here. Thanks, Rob!
The show (website:…Continue
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On episode 184 of the Americana Music Show, Reed Turchi plays three tracks from Can't Bury Your Past and talks about his stolen song title, airplane drunks, and being attacked by 'coons.
Also on this episode, country rock from…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on March 24, 2014 at 6:30 — No Comments
Frankétienne is one of the foremost literary figures in the Caribbean, actor playwright, poet, artist and now recording artist, with a career that spans half a century, he has been short listed for the Nobel Prize and is wildly regarded as the renaissance man of his Haitian people.
Mark Mulholland is a…Continue
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They say ‘you never forget your first time…’ and I’ll never forget the first time I saw Malcolm Holcombe play live. Brighton’s Latest Music Bar. He sauntered on to the sparsely furnished stage, without any introduction, sat in a chair and from the first note, silenced the audience who had been chatting during the interval, and held our attention for the rest of the evening. ‘Held our attention’ doesn’t really do it justice – he’s a force of nature and he absolutely mesmerised us with his…Continue
Added by Jela Webb on March 23, 2014 at 18:29 — No Comments
Six-time Grammy winner, country r&b man Ronnie Milsap takes a trip down memory lane for his latest record, and though it…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on March 23, 2014 at 13:22 — No Comments
Recorded live for the Crossroad radio sessions at the Vestzaktheater, Bergen Op Zoom astute guitarist, singer-songwriter…Continue
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Princes of singing songs of teenage love and more, harmony greats Don and Phil Everly set new standards in the art of sibling harmonies when they burst onto the scene. Fed on a rich stash of material…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on March 23, 2014 at 13:03 — No Comments
On episode 183 of the Americana Music Show, Lee Briante from The Far West band plays three tracks from their album Any Day Now and talks about his Bakersfield DNA, and how Waylon brought the band together.
Also on this…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on March 23, 2014 at 11:20 — No Comments
Woodend Barn, Banchory
21 March 2014
With her new album Echoes finding critical favour as a follow-up to 2011’s lauded Traiveller’s Joy, the current tour of the UK and Denmark is being marketed as the album launch showcase. The rustic environs…Continue
Added by David James Innes on March 22, 2014 at 21:00 — No Comments
Hangtown Dancehall is a tale of the California gold rush. Prompted by a tune written in the 1850s by singer-songwriter John Stone, “Sweet Betsy From Pike” —his observations of the gold rush are broadened…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on March 22, 2014 at 8:11 — No Comments