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Young Bristol, England blues vocalist, Elles Bailey possesses a believable singing voice. Her smoky tones drenched in slide and lead guitar are of the kind to attract the listener, like the fly closer to the flame. Once heard there is only one thing on your mind, and that is…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on December 23, 2016 at 8:00 — No Comments
When it comes to themed albums, or as the case here a tribute record The Hazel And Alice Sessions from bluegrass, folk country act, Laurie Lewis and her band, The Right Hands has to be…Continue
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Based in Kalamazoo, Michigan songwriting duo Laurel Premo (vocals, fiddle, banjo) and Michael Beauchamp (vocals, guitar, banjo) perform traditional folk, country blues with much love…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on December 20, 2016 at 7:26 — No Comments
Music rebels they are most certainly. A more appropriate and accurate account would be so say they buck the system, turn the clock back to perform music that’s real and spare. Like seasoned hardwood or moonshine from a southern mountain still their music is durable…Continue
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Facts they claim, and not without substance are stranger than fiction. Here is a just such a case. For Cody Jinks who sounds like a real country singer and not someone using it as a means to obtain commercial success was actually raised on the music he cut his teeth…Continue
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Recorded in Glendale, California British born duo Osborne Jones’ latest album was produced by Rick Shea (electric, pedal steel guitar, mandolin) and enjoys a surplus of riches.…Continue
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PLAYLIST, DECEMBER 11, 2016.
Catch-up links provided.
1 – NEIL YOUNG – Far From Home
2 – CARTER SAMPSON – Everything You Need…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #331, Becky Warren tells the sorta true story behind the story arc on her album War Surplus, talks about her solo career and plays three tracks from the album.
Also on this episode, I’ve got a sneak peek at the upcoming Band Of Heathens album, some great rock &…
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4 DATES IN APRIL 2017
Seasick Steve will be performing 4 headline shows in the UK this coming April.
This year has already seen Steve perform his biggest ever headline show at The SSE Arena, Wembley and achieve his 5th consecutive Top 10 album in the UK with his new album, which was released on 7th October.
These dates will be…
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‘We cut our teeth performing some well-known and obscure songs that were popular or unpopular pre-1960, partly out of curiosity and deep appreciation, but mostly because it was fun’.
Brothers Jack Torrey and Page Burkham are a throw-back…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on December 12, 2016 at 10:00 — No Comments
Founded in the early 2000s isolation of New Mexico by singer-songwriter lead guitarist and vocalist, Ben Todd Lonesome Shack is an incredible trio. Their groove driven sound has a ton of blues attached to it; music not far away from what many British bands of the…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on December 12, 2016 at 9:31 — No Comments
Boulder, Colorado 5-piece The Railsplitters are genuinely blessed with an excellent lead vocalist, and contain a tight innovative acoustic sound and great live. The Railsplitters are made up of Christine King (fiddle, vocals), Dusty Rider (banjo, vocals),…Continue
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Steeped in Texas swing, hot jazz, cowboy songs and old time fiddle tunes The Western Flyers; Joey McKenzie (archtop guitar, vocals), Katie Glassman (fiddle, vocals) and Gavin Kelso (upright bass, harmony vocals) are a dream trio for all those into western swing,…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on December 12, 2016 at 8:30 — No Comments
Liverpool husband and wife duo, The Good Intentions have a bunch of superb players accompany them on their latest album The Long Unbroken Line. Recorded at Paul and Mike’s in Burbank, California the music is of a beautifully understated variety;…Continue
Added by Maurice Hope on December 10, 2016 at 9:09 — No Comments
Now here is an interesting project from former lead singer with Texicana band Sons Of Fathers, Tyler, Texas native Paul Cauthen, a man set to make a huge…Continue
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It was a sad day when affable Belfast singer-songwriter Bap Kennedy (1962-2016) left this world; his loss to his family and friends plus those who have loved his music, many of whom go back to the early 1990s…Continue
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This country hits package isn’t any old compilation, for one it brings together 28 different artists; from one-time household names as Johnny Cash, Jim Reeves, Hank Snow, Marty Robbins and Jerry Lewis and to the likes of sometimes forgotten country acts, as the great Johnny Horton, Don…Continue
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