David Rawlings’ new album Poor David’s Almanack is the featured album this week and it has a little something for everyone.
New country-folk from David Rawlings, honky-tonk from Charley Crockett, and high-energy roots rock from Jonny Barber & The Rhythm Razors
On Americana Music Show #373, you’ll finally get to hear the new sweet sounds of Whitney Rose’s new album called Rule 62. I’ve also got new music from Ryan Koenig and the debut country album from Travis Meadows. Also on this episode, you’ll hear some excellent crooning from Jim Lauderdale, some late night blues rock from Cory Branan, blues from Eilen Jewell, and honky-tonk from Two Tons Of Steel.
The effortless harmonies on You Don’t Own Me Anymore by The Secret Sisters are a pleasure to hear but to do it with such arresting beauty is truly a gift.
New roots rock from Whitney Rose, gritty country songs from Travis Meadows, and twang pop from Ryan Koenig
Judging by First Cigarette, Travis Meadows seems to have lived every lyric in your record collection.
He was the rockstar that could have emerged from any of us if we could only drive down the highway fast enough.
Poor David’s Almanack by David Rawlings takes the listener on a journey to a half-forgotten country, that “old, weird America” where people struggle through wilderness to the promised land, return from the dead, and battle with devils.
Americana Music Show #372 features the album Undivided Heart & Soul from JD McPherson. Been a long time since rock & roll was this hip. You’re gonna dig it.
Modern roots rock from JD McPherson, plus country from Mary Battatia and blues rock from Elijah Ford.