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Still Mad is the belated follow-up to the Texas band the Spicewood Seven’s debut record Kakistocracy it was a time when America had George Bush in charge and he made himself a good target for…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on July 29, 2016 at 9:01 — No Comments
Here we have a duo that make real bluegrass music, and with ace pickers Randy Kohrs (Dobro), Mark Fain (bass), Tim Crouch (fiddle, mandolin) and Mark Sumner (banjo)…Continue
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1960s folk artist, Toronto-born, Canadian singer-songwriter Bonnie Dobson started out in a group called The Travellers, Canada’s answer to America’s the Weavers. It was through her love of their…Continue
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Sara Watkins if she wasn’t a musician, singer-songwriter I believe she has all the attributes to become a top class juggler. For presently, the Nickel…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #310, Ana Egge plays tracks from Say That Now and talks about working with the Sentimentals to craft the songs and why she chose to go in a rock & roll direction this time.
Also this week…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on July 26, 2016 at 6:30 — No Comments
The very personable singer and acoustic guitarist Mick Kolassa – a.k.a. Michissippi Mick – is on the Board Of Directors of The Blues Foundation, based in Memphis, Tennessee. That means he is ideally placed to call on some of the city’s top musicians, and for this, his third album, that’s just what he did when he popped into the River City’s legendary Ardent Studios. Mind you, many of these have already appeared on this set’s predecessors: the up-and-coming Jeff…Continue
Brother from across the pond here and I will be visiting England October 3 - October 14 and would love to grace a House with a Concert. Please visit me at www.tedczuk.com and let me know if you have any shows and/or leads that I might follow up on. Hopefully I can return the favor when you visit the states. Be well...
Added by Theo Czuk on July 20, 2016 at 2:12 — No Comments
This week were The #MooseMobile is with Brother Mark at Sheppey FM with Chuck Hawthorn in Session feat CD is from Steve Brooks British premier for I'll Take You Home. look out classics from Conway twitty Merle Hagard and old friends Phil Lee, Libby Koch, Charlie Roth.…Continue
Added by The Medicine Show on July 19, 2016 at 23:01 — No Comments
It is always good to come across an album that, on first listening and all subsequent plays, holds your interest right through from beginning to end, and this certainly qualifies on that score, from the early 70s rock sound of the introduction to the otherwise funky blues of ‘It’s A Damn Shame’ to the closing notes of the oh-so soulful cover of Percy Sledge’s ‘When A Man Loves A Woman’ 44 minutes later. Shari is now based in Los Angeles, and although she…Continue
Added by Norman John Darwen on July 19, 2016 at 16:30 — No Comments
PLAYLIST, JULY 17, 2016
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On Americana Music Show #309, Bill Mallonee plays tracks from Slow Trauma and talks about his Vigilantes of Love days, living in the wilds of New Mexico, and the challenges of writing an album about death.
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Varied, eclectic and steeped in roots the music of The Mike & Ruthy Band is a real study, washed in folk, mountain music, country, blues and singer-songwriter wisdom it also has subtle hints of…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on July 18, 2016 at 17:33 — No Comments
Now this is a rather fine set of blues, roots and Americana from this male/ female duo out of San Francisco. The opener is a true duet between singer Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz, the latter also adding some fine harmonica playing to a number reminiscent of Fontella Bass and Bobby McClure’s 60s soul sides; the closer is another true duet, a lovely rendition of Bobby Charles’ ‘Small Town Talk’ with understated horns. Between these two are items like the…Continue
Added by Norman John Darwen on July 15, 2016 at 13:57 — No Comments
This week were The #MooseMobile is with Brother Mark at Sheppey FM with Haley Oliver in session . look out for preview tracks from the forthcoming Ags Connolly CD, music from Chuck Hawthorne, Libby Koch, Charlie Roth.…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #308, Jesse Langlais from Town Mountain plays tracks from Southern Crescent and talks about playing the Grand Ole Opry and the band’s democratic songwriting.
Also on this episode, I’ve got the new Left Lane…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on July 12, 2016 at 6:30 — No Comments
The Australian blues singer and multi-instrumentalist Isaiah B Brunt continues his love affair with New Orleans on this all-original set, recorded in the Crescent City and featuring horns and The Meters’ bass player George Porter Jr. – and some of that funk has certainly rubbed off, lend an ear to ‘May I Dance With You’. There is a little of Doctor John’s laconic approach on the album (Isaiah’s vocals have a strong but relaxed feel throughout),…Continue
Added by Norman John Darwen on July 11, 2016 at 14:36 — No Comments
Virginia-born and raised, Amelia White is an Americana singer-songwriter well versed in the art of producing wonderful, hypnotic melodies and lyrics to…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on July 10, 2016 at 13:30 — No Comments
Bluegrass singer-songwriter ace Irene Kelley writes wholesome, homely songs, the kind you…Continue
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Singer-songwriter Elizabeth Cook, a Grand Ole Opry regular is one of the brightest acts in Nashville, East Nashville that is. In the past Cook’s relied, heavily, on the…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on July 10, 2016 at 8:20 — No Comments