This week I complete the Best of 2015 countdown, featuring albums #20 through #1 on the list.
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Beth McKee plays tracks from Sugarcane Revival, tells the stories behind her songs, and talks about “troubling the waters” with her “swamp sistas.” This episode also features new country music from Kacey Musgraves, soul from Amy Black, rock from the Plott Hounds, ameripolitan music from Dale Watson, blues from the Kentucky Headhunters, folk from Malcolm Holcombe and much more on this special two hour episode of the show.
new rock from Jimmy LaFave, southern soul from Beth McKee
Beth McKee’s fiercely independent, fan-funded Sugarcane Revival takes her southern sound to a new level with engaging, stalwart songs.
Music highlights from the first NC Swamp Sistas LaLa with Beth McKee, Tim and Susan Lee, Lynne Blakey, Little Queenie, and Allison King.
#82 – Beth McKee talks about the different styles of southern music on her latest CD, Next To Nowhere; tells us about fishing or redfish near Port Sulfer, Louisiana and its metaphorical implications; and tells us how her “Swamp Sistas” movement got started.
#7 – Beth McKee, Joe Swank, and Patrick Bloom discuss their recent releases.