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Guitarist A. J Moore’s combination of pop, rock, blues and jazz makes for a varied and on occasions dynamic listen, that is between reflective ode ‘Dreaming’ and the…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on September 30, 2012 at 19:20 — No Comments
The last Mary Gauthier (pronounce it Go-shay, folks!) album that I was familiar with was Filth and Fire, which was released ten full years ago. I think I veered away from her after that because her tendency toward melodramatic lyrics, and the all-stops-out production that went with that, didn’t seem to sit well with her life-in-the-raw subject matter. It’s a…Continue
Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on September 30, 2012 at 13:49 — No Comments
Born and raised in the foothills of Colorado and now residing in Seattle, singer-songwriter, musician Sera Cahoone is a polished performer. Her deft combining of someone yearning for the place of his or her youth…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on September 30, 2012 at 12:30 — No Comments
‘They tell me it’s been seventeen years since I last performed solo here’ said Butch Hancock as he opened the evening in front of a capacity crowd. Hancock as a musician has always preferred to tread the independent route and as such hasn’t received the commercial recognition he truly deserves but to many in tonight’s audience, this man is up there with the best. Often drawing comparisons with Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan for his ability to write literate, poetic and thought-provoking songs,…Continue
Added by Jela Webb on September 29, 2012 at 10:42 — No Comments
American singer-songwriters, Robin and Linda Williams have long since established a high mark in consistency as both recording and performing acts. Recorded in Nashville and produced by genial legend of countless…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on September 29, 2012 at 7:30 — No Comments
It must be three years since Alexander Wolfe’s debut release, Morning Brings A Flood, earned him strongly favourable reviews right across the music press. This new album appears ahead of the intended follow-up, the material having intruded on the process of getting that one together. A period of disturbed nights and vivid dreams produced these atmospheric songs full of startling imagery – he…Continue
Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on September 28, 2012 at 21:37 — No Comments
FTB podcast #180 features the new album by PATTERSON HOOD called Heat Lightning Rumbles in the Distance. Also new music from STEVE FORBERT, KELLEY McRAE and GUY FORSYTH. Here's the…Continue
Added by Bill Frater on September 28, 2012 at 3:27 — No Comments
On episode 106 of the Americana Music Show, Andy Bean of the Two Man Gentlemen Band talks about sounding like Slim and Slam, de jacketing at shows, and how his Tin Pan Alley show is like an AC/DC show.…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on September 24, 2012 at 6:30 — No Comments
Last. Day. Of. Summer. Prince. Albert. Brighton. Malcolm. Holcombe.
Sitting. Singing. Playing. Solo. Guitar. Picking. Tapping. Acoustic. Blues. Roots. Melodic. Dishevelled. Frayed. Intense. Scary. Dangerous. Poetic. Powerful. Lyrical. Compelling. Sensitive. Gripping. Passionate. Bittersweet. Melancholic. Literate. Touching. Captivating. Exciting. Articulate. Mesmerising. Heart-warming. Heart-breaking. Riveting. Possessed. Quixotic. Romantic. Authentic. Affecting. Genuine.…Continue
Added by Jela Webb on September 22, 2012 at 10:56 — No Comments
Added by John (Biscuits and Gravy) Davy on September 21, 2012 at 21:23 — No Comments
Hello again to everyone,
I left Nashville earlier this week for a 5 week run in Europe. First show was Wednesday night in Bergen, Norway. I will be here for a few more shows and then onto …
Added by Editorial on September 21, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
Life remains interesting for Michael Weston King, his and wife Lou dalgliesh's MY Darling Clementine prodject has been released stateside to similar aclaim as it has here, and they have been touring on the back of it. After…Continue
Added by Editorial on September 20, 2012 at 12:30 — No Comments
Patrick Sweany is heading to Holland once again for a week, including a couple radio appreances and the Roepaen Festival!
October 16 marks the official release date of our 5th Anniversary vinyl edition of Every Hour Is A Dollar Gone. M…Continue
Added by Editorial on September 19, 2012 at 23:19 — No Comments
After twelve years of relentlessly touring the world with her acoustic guitar and harmonica, singing on stages large, small and in between, Mary Gauthier releases her first live recording.
Recorded with a small band at the incredible Blue Rock Artist Ranch and Studio just outside of Austin, Texas, Mary Gauthier LIVE at Blue Rock is an evening…Continue
Added by Editorial on September 19, 2012 at 22:59 — No Comments
This from Rick Shea, Telle-caster master sonster from LA and good friend of The Medicine Show.
"I'll be in Ireland and the UK for the next couple weeks, I'm looking forward to some great shows and catching up with some old friends. I've got four shows with my good…Continue
Added by The Medicine Show on September 19, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
This from Carrie.
"We're oh so excited to be headed to the Netherlands, Germany, England, Scotland and Wales for five full weeks! Please check out the "TOUR" section of the website to find all the tour dates. …Continue
Added by Editorial on September 19, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
Alt-country father Jason Ringenberg recently said of Scotlands David Latto
“I first saw David Latto perform at Belladrum in 2011 and…Continue
Added by Editorial on September 19, 2012 at 1:00 — No Comments
On episode 105 of the Americana Music Show, Lisa Biales plays 3 tracks from Just Like Honey and talks about her first gig, how she learned to project her voice in noisy crowds, and how she met her “blues sister.” Plus, new music from Birds of…Continue
Added by Calvin Powers on September 17, 2012 at 6:30 — No Comments
The Slim Panatella's get ready for the off (Rob Ellen and Cigar Box Don…Continue
Added by The Medicine Show on September 16, 2012 at 22:30 — No Comments
It’s been ten years since I first saw Jimmy LaFave perform live, it was at the Newport Folk Festival where he presented the ‘Ribbon of Highway, Endless Skyway’ tribute to Woody Guthrie as well as performing his own set on main stage – from that moment on I was smitten! His voice is…Continue
Added by Jela Webb on September 16, 2012 at 11:00 — No Comments