Why not invite your favourite independent musician to play for your friends family and his fans in your front room, I’ll be surprised if he/she won’t show up sometime this year and play for you, let me know about it and if The Medicine Show Radio Moose Mobile is loose is near enough we’ll come and broadcast it too. If you would like to help keep the wheels on the Hub and on The Moose become a patron at
Happy Hosting, Happy New Year
This weeks Medicine Show Radio Health & Happiness Hour is a very Highland Show this week it comes from The Greenhouse in Dingwall in front of a live audience and features in session 2 highland treasures Andy Gunn…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #244, Malcolm Holcombe plays tracks from The RCA Sessions, talks about getting inspired at the Salvation Army Store, and the tools of his trade.
Also on this episode, southern rock from Jimbo Mathus, folk-rock from…Continue
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Here are my thoughts – and the link – on the Blue Rose Code gig in Glasgow on Saturday, April 25, 2015.
It was terrific.
The review is on the Celtic Music Radio website. Here it is.
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Any feedback is always welcome.
1 – NEIL YOUNG – Let Your Fingers Do the Walking – 2.58
2 – THE WHISKEY CHARMERS – Straight And Narrow – 4.50
3 – THE HANDSOME FAMILY – Far From Any Road – 2.48
4 – GOOD LUCK MOUNTAIN – The Seven Sisters –…Continue
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Seven years in the writing, veteran singer-songwriter, hit maker New York City act Chip Taylor has in The Little Prayers Trilogy produced his biggest and even for him his most unique…Continue
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It is great to see Raven giving ‘the songwriter’s friend’ Bobby Bare another release, and though the 51 track compilation is littered with usual suspects a bunch of them that you just want to…Continue
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Back at the start of the 1970s, prior to singer-songwriter (Chip) Taylor becoming a solo act you had an emergence of what has been listed among other things as adult contemporary (Carole King, Neil…Continue
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Hans Chew NYC's dynamic piano man returns to the UK, playing songs from the critically acclaimed albums 'Tennessee & Other Stories' and 'Life & Love. Hans will also be showcasing new material from his forthcoming album.
“To the fore is Chew’s piano playing, bold and rhythmical, influenced as much by the Big Easy as the Mississippi Delta….at it’s heart is an innate understanding of where this style of music comes from” – Blues Magazine (Classic…Continue
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This from Eric!
Hello, European friends!
I wanted to let you know that Peter Cooper and I will soon be flying across the Atlantic to play for you.
Yes, that's right. From May 23 through May 31, the cleverly named duo "Eric Brace & Peter Cooper" will play the Netherlands, Germany, and Switzerland, and we hope one of those concerts will be close enough to you to come see us perform. We…
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This weeks Medicine Show Radio Health & Happiness Hour features Melissa Greener in session, feat. CD is "tomorrow comes the spring" John Neilson. New music from Matt Harlan, classic tracks from…Continue
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Also on this episode, southern rock from Jimbo Mathus, gospel from The McCrary Sisters, alt-country from June Star, folk rock from John Moreland,…Continue
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3am, British Blues Rock Band from London, are thrilled to announce that they have been asked to play the main stage of The Ealing Blues Festival on July 26th, 2015 in support of the release of their 4 song EP, Angel On The Road.Continue
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This is my latest playlist for the MIKE RITCHIE ON SUNDAY SHOW on Celtic Music Radio (April 19, 2015.)
Any feedback is always welcome.
1 – NEIL YOUNG – Pardon My Heart – 3.48
2 – SUZANNE JARVIE – Tears of Love – 4.56
3 – JAMES MCMURTRY –…Continue
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The Oldtime Stringband plays a mix of Bluegrass and oldtime music.
They were in the UK in 2013 and did a California Tour in 2014. They are on a constant tour in Holland and Belgium.
Their last cd "Chicken Crows For Day" had some great reviews on website and in magazines.
Check them out on their 2015 uk…
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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 Band…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, Sean…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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