Some of the best rock & roll in the world is born in basements and garages. For example, “Jenny On The Fritz” by Killbuck from their self-titled album.
On Live From Los Angeles two of the best Country songs ever to have graced these ears appear on each side.
I’ve got an old school blues cover of Libba Cotten by Guy Davis and Fabrizio Poggi, honky-tonk from Matt Urmy, more country from that Jason Eady album, a hand clapper from Valerie June, rock & roll from Killbuck and the new string band album from Joseph Huber.
New music from The Bonnevilles, Joseph Huber, and Matt Urmy
Rich Minus re-recorded “Laredo Rose” in his later years and I think the song has a huge emotional punch when song by an older man.
The Plott Hounds have been developing into an awesome jam band but they never forget their southern country rock roots.
Mildly amusing spoof interview at the beginning but kick ass rock & roll follows. “Good With God” is from Graveyard Whistling by The Old 97’s.
Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives gettin’ kinda surf-rocky and a little bit psychedelic-y, from their latest album Way Out West.
In Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train, Guy Davis & Fabrizio Poggi pay tribute to great bluesmen and pass the mantle of this venerated music to a new generation.
An early Leon Redbone track, a classic Percy Sledge tune, the new Tift Merritt album, traveling music from Marty Stuart, and the new Valerie June album.