Edward David Anderson plays tracks from Lower Alabama: The Loxley Sessions, & talks about working with Anthony Crawford, getting sentimental, and life on the Gulf Coast. Also on this episode a new folk/blues album from Luther Dickinson, new string band music from The O’s, classic country from Johnny Cash, retro-vintage rock from The Cactus Blossoms, another track from that beautiful Chapin Sisters album, and another awesome track from that new Phil Cook album.
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On Another Black Hole, Malcolm Holcombe is full of withering anger, street-wise, and as unshakable as the North Carolina Appalachian Mountains he comes from.
Luther Dickinson’s Blues & Ballads sounds so timeless you might think it’s from a newly discovered stash of Alan Lomax recordings
New music from Luther Dickinson, The O’s, and Dori Freeman all on tap for tonight.
Win The Granary Sessions album by one of the UK’s leading Americana bands, The Rosellys!
The O’s, Luther Dickinson, Bianca De Leon, Dori Freeman going into rotation this week.
Tellico performs “Backstep Blues” live in Studio B of WNCW.
Phil Cook is my interview guest this week playing feel good music from his Southland Mission album, plus new music from Cactus Blossoms, Julie Rhodes & more
Clark Paterson plays tracks from The Final Tradition, and talks about growing up on a farm, his European walkabout, and his true blue love song. Also on this episode I’ve got some feel-good music from Phil Cook, and new covers of old songs by Buddy Miller and friends. I’ve also got another of track from that bluesy album from Julie Rhodes, more indie rock from the Black Lillies, another of the vintage country album from The Cactus Blossoms. and rock & roll from Alex Culbreth.
New music from Buddy Miller & friends, Phil Cook, and much more….
Phil Cook’s Southland Mission is just about the most feel-good, southern music album I’ve ever had the pleasure to hear.