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From Raleigh NC to Los Angeles (1970s) to East Nashville one-time drummer, truck driver and now singer-songwriter, recording and touring act Phil Lee has seen both the underside of life, worked his butt off playing dives in America's big cites, and more than once had to…Continue
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Paul Thompson is attempting to break the world record for travel in a milk float while touring from Norfolk to The Edinburgh Fringe, he's already…Continue
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Autun Opic is a man of dual origins, born to German and Croatian parents but prefers to sing in English, just as well or I would not be writing this review and you would not be reading…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on July 29, 2015 at 7:47 — No Comments
This weeks Health & Happiness Hour is a Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival preview show with special guests The Highlands own Andy Gunn (with Fraser McLean) Andy is testament to "The Miracle Of Healing" and pays testament through his Blues, he's…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #257, Alyssa and Doug Graham play tracks from Glory Bound and talk about finding a connection with Woody Guthrie by train and their documentary film with Cody Dickinson
I’ve also got another track from that new Jason…Continue
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Here's my latest playlist from Celtic Music Radio - I've put the catch-up links at the foot.
Hope you enjoy the selection........any feedback…Continue
Added by Mike Ritchie on July 27, 2015 at 10:30 — No Comments
Brighton folk singer-songwriter (aka The Delta Bell) Kate Gerrard with the help of drums, pedal steel, fiddle, glockenspiel, flugelhorn, cello, harmonium, organ and harmony vocals has made an album rich in…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on July 26, 2015 at 20:13 — No Comments
AMERICANA SINGER-SONGWRITER, BANJO, GUITAR PLAYING VOCALIST AND FORMER FOUNDER MEMBER OF THE OLD CROW MEDICINE SHOW WILLIE WATSON MAKES HIS SECOND TOUR OF THE UK AND IRELAND AS A SOLO PERFORMER.
THERE’S A LOT OF WEIGHT IN THE WAY WILLIE WATSON PERFORMS, ADDING HE’S HAD SOME TRAGEDY IN HIS LIFE, WHICH HAS INFORMED HIS ART. THERE’S AN EMOTIONAL EDGE TO WHAT HE DOES BECAUSE WHO HE IS AS A HUMAN BEING. WILLIE IS THE…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on July 26, 2015 at 19:28 — No Comments
Four lps (1966-1969) on two cds, a feast of country music is what is on offer here, and for fans of older country music and fans of Sledge, Mississippi-born Charley Pride in…Continue
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Texas country honky tonker Dale Watson has been relentless in his dedication and development of barroom fashioned country music, and a whole lot more besides. Watson has opened up an exciting…Continue
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Jeff is touring in support of his independently released My Moby Dick album. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, the grandson of Irish railroad workers (who seemed to be in the habit of leaping from trains), Jeff Finlin is a fascinating, unique artist. His career has taken many twists and turns.
He began with wanderlust, traveling America…
Added by Editorial on July 24, 2015 at 16:00 — No Comments
'Three Chords & The Truth' September 2015
After a few months stowed away in the studio lending voices to one another's new albums, Michele Stodart and The Goat Roper Rodeo Band are hitting the road this September together on a double-headline tour. Armed with new songs, and killer country vibes.…
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This weeks Health & Happiness Hour is a Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival preview show with special guests Ullapool's …
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On Americana Music Show #256, Dale Watson plays tracks from Call Me Insane and drives down I-35 while talking about Lloyd Maines, covering Tony Joe White, and his Jimmy Kimmel gig.
I’ve also got the new album from…Continue
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The latest MIKE RITCHIE ON SUNDAY SHOW playlist from Celtic Music Radio with catch-up links. Feedback always welcome. Thanks.
Added by Mike Ritchie on July 20, 2015 at 11:00 — No Comments
MY FIRST, POST- HOLIDAY PLAYLIST WITH CATCH-UP LINKS AT THE FOOT.
If you care to comment, I'd love to hear what you…Continue
Added by Mike Ritchie on July 16, 2015 at 12:30 — No Comments
On this weeks Health & Happiness Hour our Canadian Thai…Continue
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Spread over three days, July 17th-19th the south bank of the River Tyne plays host to some of the finest Americana acts performing. Jam-packed with artists both in and outdoors. The Jumpin’ Hot Stage has no fewer than 21 acts share it’s stage over the weekend;…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on July 14, 2015 at 7:00 — No Comments
On Americana Music Show #255, Beth McKee plays tracks from Sugarcane Revival, tells the stories behind her songs, and talks about “troubling the waters” with her “swamp sistas.”
This episode also features new country music from Kacey…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on July 14, 2015 at 6:30 — No Comments
Country rock, 60s pop, seventies singer-songwriters and more come to mind on listening to the music The Dreaming Spires, hooked on the music the record eases through without any mishaps, and stands up to a great deal of music from the listed eras.
Added by Maurice Hope on July 13, 2015 at 7:35 — No Comments