Erin Coburn plays tracks from Chaos Before Conformity and talks about playing the blues, winning the Pinetop Perkins scholarship, and fistbumping Morgan Freeman. I’ve got the new album from The Milagro Saints and the new album from Leon Bridges this week. I’m also going to play for you more new music from Rod Picott, Barrence Whitfield, Langhorne Slim, Shelby Lynne, Joe West & The Sinners and a whole lot more on this two hour episode of the show.
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Pete Berwick, legendary instigator of cowpunk, will be my guest on the live show tonight to play tracks from his latest album The Legend Of Tyler Doohan.
country soul from Leon Bridges, country rock from Chuck Snow, rock from Joe West & The Sinners
John Lee Hooker plays “Boom Boom,” recorded sometime in the 60s.
Smooth R&B from Leon Bridges. Love the old school fifties vibe on this one but with a 21st century twist.
Tom Rhodes plays tracks from With Or Without & talks about his nontraditional podcast, playing among redwoods, & the unique way he recorded the album. This week I’m excited to share with you the new albums from Buddy Guy, Rod Picott, The Tallent Brothers, Barrence Whitfield, and Whitney Rose. I’ve also got more new music from The Cerny Brothers, Jason Isbell, Bumper Jacksons, and Shelby Lynne on this special two hour episode of the show.
Blues guitarist Erin Coburn is my guest on the live show tonight!
Adds: vintage pop infused neo-traditional country from @whitneyroseband
On I Can’t Imagine, Shelby Lynne proves ones again what a virtuoso vocalist she is
Colin Lake – One Thing That’s For Sure One Thing That’s For Sure by Colin Lake is full of feel-good swampy soul music. Some times it moves slow and deliberate like a tidewaters, sometimes it jumps and shakes. It’s always good-natured, singalong stuff. I’m adding “One Thing That’s For Sure,” “She’s Mine,” “A Quiet Mind,” […]
Listening to Rod Picott’s latest album, Fortune, I can’t help bu think of the word haggard, not like Merle, but like bruised and battered but not beaten.