Jimmy LaFave plays tracks from The Night Tribe and talks about the origins of that band name, his open mic pet peeves and the early Red Dirt Music scene. Also on this episode, I’ve got the new soul album from Amy Black, the new Hot Texas Swing Band, rock & roll from Ryan Bingham. twangy rock from Shinyribs, jump blues from Eight O’Five Jive, and indie rock from Ike Reilly.
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soul music from Muscle Shoals by Amy Black
While You’re Down There…. from Utley3 is power pop / indie rock from the rough and tumble Austin music scene.
Andrew Marlin and Emily Frantz of Mandolin Orange play tracks from Such Jubilee and talk about the themes in the new album and supporting other musicians.
I’m excited to announce that Beth McKee will be my interview guest on the live show tonight. She’s going to share tracks from her southern blues/soul album called Sugarcane Revival. And I’m going to ask about her unique kind of meetups that she organizes and how she’s steadily upped her game musically over the past […]
folk from Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams
Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams’ self-titled album is blood & guts folk music that entices you to sing along.
Doc Fell plays tracks from Scissor Tail, talks about music as a social & community activity, and paints a picture of life in Tahlequah. OK.
fuzzy blues rock from Left Lane Cruiser, fuzzy blues rock from Left Lane Cruiser, garage rock from Zombie Garden Club, twangy funk from Shinyribs.
Kevin Russell’s Shinyribs band serves up another helping of songs full of oddball yet strangely poignant metaphors, funky riffs, and twangy pickin’.
Zombie Garden club’s self-titled album is a set of garage rock tracks with southern rock and blues elements throughout. Reminds me of Scott H. Biram or Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.