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Nashville singer-songwriter Brandy Clark not is a CMA Award winner and four-time Grammy nominee and she has a healthy following on both sides of the water, and is one of the sharpest female…Continue
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When it comes to establishing his own unique sound Willie Nelson has long…Continue
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Charlie has obviously listened to a lot of Hendrix. You can hear it strongly in the lurching guitar work, tempo, and melody of ‘Choir Of 1000 Angels’ and the riff and general approach and feel of ‘Flicker Away’, the soul tinged rock of ‘Love You The Same’ and the guitar work of the closing ‘Butterfly’..That’s certainly no bad thing in my book, and Charlie certainly does not overdo it. Indeed, when it is coupled with other tracks such as the spacious and memorable…Continue
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Where do I start? Singer-songwriters Chris While (guitar, piano, percussion) and Julie Matthews (guitar, piano,…Continue
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Singer-songwriter, bandleader and more, Cera Impala has a few strings to her bow. Maybe, even more than those on trusty her banjo and ukelele put together.
Supported on the album by her…Continue
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Chip Taylor is an extraordinary talent. A honoured hit songwriter, recording act, and recent inductee into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame (New York, June 9th 2016). His induction came alongside…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #318, Michael Rank plays three tracks from Red Hand and talks about listening to early folk rock through his sister’s bedroom door & how he produces his albums.
This week I’ve got new…Continue
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I can’t believe this! John Prine has not only made a follow-up to his all-star duet album on 1999, In Spite Of Ourselves but with the help of a bevy of female country vocalists…Continue
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British band The Jigantics are a 5-piece Americana roots band, its members are Rick Edwards (slide, acoustic, electric guitar, vocals), Mark Cole (accordions, harmonica, mandola, backing vocals), Marion…Continue
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Dustin Arbuckle plays tracks from Moreland & Arbuckle’s Promised Land Or Bust and talks about bonding with his Dad over the blues, why he plays harmonica, & how he met Aaron Moreland.
Also this week, I’ve got some great blues rock…Continue
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Americana singer-songwriter guitar playing Tim Easton was born in Upstate New York but…Continue
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Latest playlist with catch-uplinks.
1 – NEIL YOUNG – Look Out For My Love
2 – ERIN RAE and The MEANWHILES – Pretty Thing
3 – JOHN MORELAND – Sad Baptist Rain…Continue
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Singer, songwriter, guitarist and harmonica player Eric Sommer is something of a maverick, having worked with Nick Lowe and Wreckless Eric and a whole bunch of blues and roots artists, Based across Boston (where he came out of the folk scene in…Continue
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Chet O’Keefe is a much travelled singer-songwriter who grew up in Southern Maine and New Hampshire prior to stints, later in life in Nashville, Dallas, TX and Sweden before he bumped into Kinky Friedman. Opening for the…Continue
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Recently found, we have this live board recording from a show in May 1973 at The Stables in East Lansing, MI by the late American folk singer-songwriter Phil Ochs.
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UK country trio, Orfila bring a fresh, good to be alive feel to the music scene. Greatly influenced by Nashville’s current crop of country acts as in The Zac Brown Band, Lady…Continue
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(Backtracking this album has been released and released a couple of times, or should that be promoted) Byrds’ founding…Continue
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On Americana Music Show #316, Ben Todd of Lonesome Shack plays three tracks from The Switcher and tells the story behind the band’s name, talks about his North Mississippi blues influences and the band’s latest video.
This week I’ve got that new acoustic Macy Gray album, the new Dex Romweber blues album, and pop rock from Jon Herington. I’ve also got more new music…Continue
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This is a lovely old-school release from this British Columbia-based Canadian duo - no frills, just the blues good and proper. Holly plays bass (upright and electric) and Jon plays electric and acoustic guitars – both sing, sometimes with the other in support sometimes working in a true duet, and both have good voices that blend well together, with Holly demonstrating a fondness for jazz singing in one or two places. Marvin Walker adds a fine drum…Continue
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