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FTB podcast #166 features the new album MATT HARLAN & THE SENTIMENTALS called Bow and Be Simple. Also new music from PAUL THORN, THE TWO MAN GENTLEMEN BAND and THE WANDERING. Here's the…Continue
Added by Bill Frater on May 31, 2012 at 22:55 — No Comments
I’m not sure what happened to the release of this album; officially, it was let loose on the world back in February but I’m not sure it’s been seen on this side of the Atlantic till recently. It doesn’t really matter, because this should be an album that people will be hunting down years from now. Tommy Womack is a one-off, a one man…Continue
Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on May 31, 2012 at 21:00 — No Comments
Described as vintage Country Music, Fried in Americana Batter. Jeremy Steding has had seven singles reaching the Texas…Continue
Added by Editorial on May 30, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
Today we lost not only one of the best musicians (and nicest people by all accounts) but also one of the most influencial players and singer of his generation. Doc Watson has died at the age of 89 following a fall which resulted in abdominal surgery, he had been in a critical condition for…Continue
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Added by Editorial on May 27, 2012 at 20:00 — No Comments
Fronted by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Travis Ward, Hillfolk Noir’s peculiar take on traditional acoustic mountain music is filtered through a half-century of folk, country and rock ‘n’ roll and fed by an affinity for medicine show culture and Depression-era string-band blues. The band calls it Junkerdash, which has multiple definitions up to…Continue
Added by Editorial on May 27, 2012 at 16:03 — No Comments
Probably my favourite bluegrass band of the moment, Vancouver’s Viper Central are back with a new album of eleven original songs, one Bill Monroe cover and a couple of old tunes from the Canadian Métis tradition. Their debut album, The Devil Sure is Hard to Please married wonderful musicianship with original, contemporary songs absolutely steeped in the tradition. This new album, again produced by band member…Continue
Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on May 27, 2012 at 15:00 — No Comments
Released in America last year to some acclaim, Scotty Alan’s new solo album has recently received its UK release and this former punk rocker from Upper Peninsula, Michigan will, I’m sure, be making friends over here on the back of it. Marrying a country/folk vibe to a punkish energy, these fifteen songs chart the progress of a relationship that didn’t work out. Opening with the “goodbye” song, Scotty winds back to the days when it all looked good, finding along the way that…Continue
Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on May 26, 2012 at 17:13 — No Comments
Ed Romanoff’s debut album shows all the signs of being a long time in the gestation, with ten original songs that dig deep in their search for truth. Along the way to becoming a recording artist in his own right Ed has made good friends of Mary Gauthier, Josh Ritter and Crit Harmon (who produced this record), all good people to have…Continue
Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on May 25, 2012 at 21:00 — No Comments
On episode 89 of the Taproot Music Show, Allison Russell and Dom Flemons from the jug band Sankofa talk about how they and their band mates Sule Greg Wilson and Ndidi Onukwulu put…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on May 25, 2012 at 6:30 — No Comments
Added by Mark Brine on May 25, 2012 at 3:35 — No Comments
synopsis from the backcover...
Nate, a poor boy (living in Cambridge, Mass., during the mid-'60's ‘Folk Music Boom’ and the ‘Summer of Love’),is working in Printing Factories, playing his guitar and writing songs.. Dreaming of, one day, growing up to be like his early childhood ‘hero’, Hank Williams, Sr. (The 'father' of his dreams!). His poet friend, Willie remains distraught and totally-obsessed by the pre-mature death of his Mother, only a few years earlier.. and the two boys are…Continue
Added by Mark Brine on May 25, 2012 at 3:32 — No Comments
This weeks weeks Health and Happiness Hour posted to stream, download and featured on the front page at FSR and featuring a great session with Sara Petite and Steve Peavey, feature album Viper Central, we have…Continue
Added by The Medicine Show on May 24, 2012 at 12:45 — No Comments
Sally Spring, and her husband Ted Lyons land in France this week by invitation of the prestigious FIMU Festival as part of her first ever European
Sally was recently selected by the nationally recognized No Depression Magazine to perform in a show to celebrate their 10th Anniversary. Co-editor, Peter…Continue
Added by Editorial on May 22, 2012 at 14:00 — No Comments
FTB podcast #165 features the new album MARTY STUART & HIS FABULOUS SUPERLATIVES called Nashville 1: Tear the Woodpile Down. Also new music from GRANT PEEPLES, RANI ARBO & DAISY MAYHEM and a track from Mercyland. Here's the …Continue
Added by Bill Frater on May 22, 2012 at 5:30 — No Comments
I first started going to live gigs in my early teens. I was underage. I lied about my date of birth so that I could become a member of Friars, a music club based in Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire. Life membership was 25p. I still have my member’s card. Wild Turkey in June 1971 was the first live band I saw and some forty one years later I am still occupying live music venues but not pretending to be older than I am!
In my early concert going years one of the bands…Continue
Added by Jela Webb on May 20, 2012 at 15:00 — No Comments
On episode 88 of the Taproot Music Show, Addam Scott, the musician, not the actor, talks to Calvin about his latest CD, San Diablo. He discusses the concept of conflict that runs through the CD and…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on May 18, 2012 at 6:30 — No Comments
FTB podcast #164 is a "One-Shot" show featuring new music from THE INFAMOUS STRINGBUSTERS, TIM CARROLL, THE MASTERSONS and THE WACO BROTHERS & PAUL BURCH. There is one huge error, I said that THE GHOST HOTEL was the name of a song, rather their…Continue
Added by Bill Frater on May 12, 2012 at 21:30 — No Comments
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Added by The Medicine Show on May 11, 2012 at 17:00 — No Comments