Ronnie Fauss plays tracks from Built To Break & talks about the Dallas Red Dirt scene, his regular joe vibe & keeping in touch with his old life. Also on this episode, new blues from Steve Earle & The Dukes, R&B from Chuck Prophet, southern rock from The Plott Hounds, a brand new ballad from James McMurtry, a track from the Bob Dylan basement tapes, new music from Joe Pug, rock & roll from Victor Krummenacher, and alt-country from The Highballers.
From the blog
My all time favorite James McMurtry song to whet your appetite for his upcoming album, Complicated Game.
American Aquarium’s Wolves captures the hardscrabble spirit of the great american rock & roll show.
Bob Dylan’s Shadows In The Night could have been called Bob Dylan Sings Sinatra. Every one of these songs was written or made famous by Frank Sinatra.
If you’re looking for a bit of escapism, a bit of reprieve from the mad rush of the world, HT Heartache’s Sundowner can set the mood for ya.
The Menders’ self-titled album is an indie garage rock with a heavy southern gothic influence.
Robert Earl Keen’s Happy Prisoner is a fitting tribute to the bluegrass he grew up listening to, but it’s not your grampa’s bluegrass either.
Colin Clyne’s The Never Ending Pageant is pure americana infused with a positive, upbeat indie-pop sensibility.
Here is the current rotation play list for January 27, 2015, alphabetically by artist: Call’em All Baby / AC Myles / Reconsider Me / 2:36 Someone Like You / Adrian Duffy & The Mayo Brothers / Someone Like You / 3:18 Have A Good Time / Al Huckabee And The Huckabee Family Band / I […]