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Ep238 Ryan Bingham tattoos his soul

Ryan Bingham plays tracks from Fear And Saturday Night and talks about playing the dive bars, finding success, and how he met his wife. This week I’ve got a cut from that posthumous Pops Staples album man it will take you back to the 60’s. I got a road tune from Justin Mather. a jumpin’ string band tune from Spuyten Duyvil, a Bob Wills tribute from Asleep At The Wheel and Lyle Lovett, a knock out vocal track from Rhiannon Giddens, a sad song from Gurf Morlix, rock & roll from Liz Longley, and a going home song from American Aquarium.

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Liz Longley

Liz Longley – self-titled

Liz Longley’s self-titled album is an modern, urban, R&B sound with a simple directness that’s more common in roots music.

Pops Staples at the Petrillo Band Shell for the Chicago Blues Festival on June 8, 1986 in Chicago, Illinois.

Pops Staples – Don’t Lose This

Don’t Lose This is a posthumous release from Pops Staples that captures the spirit of soul music and the vibe of the 60’s civil rights era.

Parker McCollum Meet You In The Middle

Ep237 Parker McCollum drives a truck from the 70’s

Parker McCollum plays tracks from The Limestone Kid and talks about managing his first tour, shooting music videos, and keeping faith in his music.

Also on this episode, new music from that Allison Moorer album and that Joe Pug album that’s just come out, garage hand-clapping garage rock from the Vespers, roots rock from The Mavericks, country rock from Whitehorse, blues from 6 String Drag, a foot tapper from Lily Hiatt, southern rock from The Beltways, western swing from that new Bob Wills tribute album, country rock from Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives.