If three-chords-and-the-truth is your kinda honkytonk, you are gonna love the new album from Laura Benitez & the Heartache on this week’s episode.
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She was one of the first to evolve blues & soul into that high energy secular sound that was later dubbed “rock & roll.”
New music from Laura Benitez, Hot Texas Swing Band, reissues from Wilco and Chip Taylor, and an amazing harmonica instrumental album from Ilya Portnov.
an addictive blend of country, honky-tonk and Tex-Mex.
We can be grateful that she’s still out there telling it the way she sees it.
From Late Night With Seth Meyers. I’m tellin’ ya, he’s the next Van Morrison. From Hallelujah Anyhow.
From the Lucinda Williams album Live From Austin, TX available now on DVD.
A lot of people are comparing his vocal style to early Willie Nelson. On this week’s episode you’ll hear a double shot of his album, take time.
New music from Thor Platter, Jim Byrnes, Larkin Poe, Chip Taylor, Turnpike Troubadours, D.B. Rielly, and Brother Roy.
Calvin covers both the head-scratchers and the natural choices in this year’s American Roots nominations.
Long Hot Summer Days by Jim Byrnes has the pace and feel of Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and Taj Mahal.