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.
This song caught my ear because of all the details and references to the coast of North Carolina and hooked my with the riff.
Awesome rockabilly from Billy Burnette, plus new music from Maynard & The Musties, Langhorne Slim, Matt Patershuk, Lee Ann Womack & more…
let’s fall in love with our telephones off
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…
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.
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.
Hear the twangy country sounds of Case Garrett’s new album, plus more music from Drivin & Cryin’, Charlie Crockett, John Moreland & more…
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
R.L. Burnside at home in Independence, Mississippi, shot by Alan Lomax, Worth Long, and John Bishop in August, 1978.
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.”
David Rawlings’ new album Poor David’s Almanack is the featured album this week and it has a little something for everyone.
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.
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.
From Volume 2 of Deer Tick’s self-titled album. Kind of a thrasher alt.rock sound on this one.
Colter Wall hails from the wilds of Saskatchewan and writes old-school country songs that pay homage to the legends while still sounding like his own self.
This might well be the linchpin track from Willie Nelson’s God’s Problem Child album.