February 4 2018 is the 1st International House Concert Day, The European House Concert Hub and FSR are celebrating by organising the 1st International House Concert Festival. Talk to Rob Ellen if you would like to be involved.
Presenting Davy Cowan's "Little Town" our 2017 Christmas Song
Merry Christmas (& a guid New Year) from Medicine Music.
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Ronnie Milsap owed his success to slick productions, love songs and a faultless singing voices. His effortless delivery won him favour during most of the 1970s and 1980s. It…Continue
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Toronto-based, Canada born and raised, singer-songwriter Jerry Leger is well versed in…Continue
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1 – NEIL YOUNG – Almost Always
2 – AMBER CROSS – Storms of Scarcity
3 – TOM WAITS – Cold Water
4 – HEATHER…Continue
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Presenting Davy Cowan's "Oh Little Town" our 2017 Christmas Song
Merry Christmas (& a guid New Year) from Medicine Music.…Continue
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Rhiannon Giddens is one of America’s finest exponents of African American roots music, and otherwise; her career on the rise she graced the stage with a presence rarely bettered.
Giddens’ burning desire to spread her music, a potent mixture of blues, old-time folk country, gospel and jazz was…Continue
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This cross-generational, multicultural Memphis based group celebrates its thirtieth anniversary with this release, so that the youngest members were not even born when the band began, though 87 year old saxman Dr. Herman Green already had many years of experience of working with the likes of John Coltrane, Miles Davis, BB King and Bob Weir. This set runs the whole range of Memphis music from soul and funk to rock, pop and blues.…Continue
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Hope In High Water are a duo from Milton Keynes, UK whose distinctly British take on acoustic Americana has captivated audiences across the UK since early 2014. The pair incorporate folk, blues and country into their compositions, delivering what has been described as…Continue
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PLAYLIST, DECEMBER 3, 2017.
1 – NEIL YOUNG – Powderfinger
2 – RICHMOND FONTAINE – Tapped Out In Tulsa
3 – STEVE EARLE –…Continue
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Wordy UK-born singer-songwriter Matthew Robb (based in Cologne, Germany) has a huge passion for old time country blues. His finger picked acoustic guitar and well-crafted story ballads…Continue
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February 3 2018 is the 1st International House Concert Day, we are celebrating by organising the 1st International House Concert Festival over that weekend.
Its our 9th birthday on Jan 8 so were releasing The "Looking For America Collection" which features 14 member acts we are…Continue
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Tommy Lewis will be the last in line FSR Featured Artist this month for 2017, we always like to feature someone perhaps unfamiliar here in Europe who is tearing it up stateside and who we think needs to be introduced to a wider audience. Maurice Hope (chief Reviewer on FSR" said of Tommy only this wee "He is Of a standard that bodes well for both his…Continue
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Now here’s an album very much on the borderline between blues and rock - but don’t make the mistake of confusing that with blues-rock, apart from the opener maybe and one or two other places. Davide seems to have a strong 70s influence, at least on the evidence of this album; there is a relatively smooth feel to much of the music here, an electric piano sound straight out of that decade, and something…Continue
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Another quartet of albums on 2 CDs from Sledge, Mississippi-born RCA recording country legend, Charley Pride; there was a spell, maybe more than one when the former baseball player outsold…Continue
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Texas singer-songwriter Tommy Lewis’ music is of the kind we could do with a whole lot more of filtering through. Warmed in pedal steel, fiddle, lead guitar and more it has a wonderful buoyancy. His blending of country with acoustic…Continue
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Jez Hellard is a singer of potent songs, fine guitarist and simply stunning harmonica player. His band, The Djukella Orchestra, play traditional and contemporary folk music, from jigs, reels and rebel ballads to tango, rhumba and…
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