Featured guest is Sherman Holmes. New albums from King James & The Special Men, Amber Cross, & Moot Davis. Plus Glen Campbell’s farewell album.
From the blog
Probably the most heartfelt song from Willie Nelson’s God’s Problem Child album.
No surprise that Steve Earle tops the charts this month. But the #2 spot is a happy surprise and well-deserved…..
More of an alt-rock sound from Vandoliers but with border-music horns and a fair bit of twang. Good, unusual mix, from their Ameri-Kinda album.
The posthumous release of Chuck shows that he was enjoying life with a wicked grin and capable of making worthy music to the end.
Kind of an Iggy Pop sounding song about the scene in San Francisco thirty (40?) years ago.
I like it when a song is this plain-spoke and yet so musical at the same time.
New music from Moot Davis, The Sherman Holmes Project, Mike Younger, Nicole Atkins, Amber Cross, and Glen Campbell
“Greasy Dollar” is a folky, acoustic, poignant ballad by David Childers from his Run Skeleton Run. I like the sound of the birds in the background.
Old school 50’s rock & roll sound from The Deslondes Hurry Home album.
North Mississippi Allstars covering Muddy Waters’ “Rollin’ and Tumblin’ ” at a Jam In The Van session at High Sierra Festival 2013, in Quincy, CA.