Sweet baby jesus, the Wood Brothers are coming out with a new album on February 2. It’s gonna be called One Drop Of Truth. This is “River Takes The Town.”
This week I’m featuring the big, heavy, electric blues of Mark Porkchop Holder, plus music from Lee Ann Womack, Langhorne Slim, Mavis Staples & more…
New music from Mark Porkchop Holder, Mavis Staples, Infamous Stringdusters, Duke Robillard, Sammy Kershaw and acountry album from Stax Records.
Langhorne Slim’s Lost at Last, Vol. 1offers an antidote to the technological din with quiet, inventive songs that cut through the clutter of everyday life.
Peach includes five Blues covers and showcases Larkin Poe’s understanding of the genre with their energetic, sympathetic and passionate interpretations.
An old-school roots rock tough guy sound from Sunnyside by Jake La Botz.
Featuring Matt Patershuk’snew country blues album, Plus lots more new music from Sam Marine, Langhorne Slim, Randy Steele, Railsplitters & Lee Ann Womack.
New music from Langhorne Slim, Matt Patershuk, Ben Hemming, Sam Marine, The Railsplitters, Bill Carter, and a reissue of Wilco’s A.M.
This week I’m featuring Lee Ann Womack’s new blues/country crossover album, plus I’ve also got the new Billy Strings new bluegrass album.
New music from Lee Ann Womack, Dick LeMasters, Brian Wilson, Lynn Drury Fred Wickham and more….
Hear the twangy country sounds of Case Garrett’s new album, plus more music from Drivin & Cryin’, Charlie Crockett, John Moreland & more…
I bet a good argument can be made that his music career both opened and closed an era of music.
A cover of the Charles Sheffield covered by Eilen Jewell & her band on Down Hearted Blues. I like that nightclub blues sound….
Ronnie Fauss is the featured artist with a double shot of his new album Last Of The True, plus new David Rawlings, Eilen Jewell, Charley Crockett & more
Adding new music from Jason Heath & The Greedy Souls, Ronnie Fauss, Robert Cline Jr., & The Hollering Pines
R.L. Burnside at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop in August, 1978.
FAR chart emphasizes the blues this month, plus three strong up and coming songwriters
There are lots of Tom Petty tributes right now, but this is one of my favorites, Lukas Nelson & The Promise Of The Real covering Petty’s “American Girl.”
Fans could be forgiven for thinking that the spirit of the Eagles might have died with the passing of founder Glen Frey in January 2016. However, as their latest tour kicks off at the Greensboro Coliseum today, it is clear that his legacy is very much alive and well.
David Rawlings’ new album Poor David’s Almanack is the featured album this week and it has a little something for everyone.