FTB podcast #191 is the 5th annual Christmas Show featuring THE SWEETBACK SISTERS' Country Christmas Sing-Along Spectacular and new holiday tunes from BLACK PRAIRIE, JD McPHERSON and THE FAREWELL DRIFTERS and others. Here's…Continue
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Old friends and collaborators, Steve Black and Alan West are two English country musicians with strong American connections; heading to Nashville together, they have made two albums that are enriched by the skills of a bunch of Nashville players, with the wonderful Thomm Jutz at the centre of things.
Steve Black is above all a…Continue
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Emma Black left home with a battered second hand guitar and a one-way ticket to Amsterdam at the age of seventeen.
She learned her craft busking on the streets of European cities and, developing a particular love for blues and folk…Continue
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Thanks to my friend and fellow old-timey pilgrim Jerry and a timely face book intervention, I was part of a small but robust and highly excited audience, at the Highlands best emerging music venue The Old Bridge Inn in Aviemore. Id heard and played Charlie Parr on my Radio, because my friend Steve from non corporate medicine show sponsors Square Wheels Cycles, had sat me down in his front room to…
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" Emma Black learned her craft as a busker in Amsterdam and Berlin, living on the streets of major European cities, she started to describe life in the 'under belly of society' through song. After turning down a major record deal with her band The Immigrants in the mid-nineties she continued living on the edges of society, in a two-wheeled catering truck on Levenshulme common in… Continue
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