“Shakedown” from Valerie June’s Order Of Time is a sensuous, high-energy, clap-along song.
“How do I get there?” from Don Bryant’s Don’t Give Up On Love album is a perfect example of how soul music straddles the gospel/secular divide.
Calvin weighs in on the nominations for the 2017 Americana Music Association Awards
This is the title track from Shinyribs new album. I like the boozy, swaggery New Orlean’s feel to the tune.
The lo-fi, blown-out R&B album Jake La Botz album, the Old Crow Medicine Show’s Dylan cover, the new soul album from Don Bryant, & the cowpunk Sarah Shook album.
I’ve hand-picked new music from Don Bryant, Jake La Botz, The Mavericks, and Justin Townes Earle.
No other way to describe “Southern Gentlemen” by The Pinx except to say “hard driving rock.” This is from their southern rock album called Freedom.
Just Jaime Wyatt, guitar, and a drummer banging out a song, just like you like it. From her Felony Blues album.
From his upcoming summer album Another Love. I’m getting flashbacks to the 70’s watching this one….
“Keep On Growing” by the Tedeschi Trucks Band is from their Live From The Fox Oakland DVD/CD and it’s a great example of their southern rock jam band style.