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
FAR chart emphasizes the blues this month, plus three strong up and coming songwriters
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.
Listen to the new blues album from Eilen Jewell, amazingly subversive cajun music from the Lost Bayou Ramblers & a mellow jam from Hiss Golden Messenger.
Ray Wylie Hubbard. Of course. But there are a few names on the September FAR chart that I am pleasantly surprised to see.
Old school blues from Eilen Jewel, subversive cajun from the The Lost Bayou Ramblers, master songwriting from Radney Foster, and more…
On Eilen Jewell’s Down Hearted Blues, you’ll enjoy her effortless, easy paced seductive vocals, superb arrangements and stellar guitar playing.
Happy News. Pop Matters is reporting that Eilen Jewell has premiered the title track from her upcoming album. Eilen Jewell could sing the phone book for all I care, I like her voice so much. But it’s awesome that she’s an great songwriter with a voice of her own. Enjoy!
This week I complete the Best of 2015 countdown, featuring albums #20 through #1 on the list.
Check out the Best of 2015 in Americana Music and discover your next favorite band.
Eilen Jewell tops the Freeform American Roots (FAR) chart 190 and it makes me very happy to see her getting the recognition she deserves.
blues from Eilen Jewell, boogie from Woody Pines, country/soul from The Deslondes, ameripolitan from Dale Watson, new Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard
Sundown Over Ghost Town by Eilen Jewell takes her pearls & cowboy boots vibe to Small Town, USA, and gives us a charming, poignant slice of Americana.
Eilen Jewell plays three tracks from her Sundown Over Ghost Town album, talks about returning to Boise, and the new member of their lineup. Also on this episode, brand new soul music from Beth McKee. A really nice debut from a band out of Asheville called Tellico. New rock & roll from Dan Montgomery. Another track from that knock out Alabama Shakes album. We’ve also got new California country from Grant Langston, A new string band tune from April Verch, another southern rock track from Jimbo Mathus and a lot more in this two hour episode.
Country rock from Parker McCollum, Tin Pan Alley jazz from Anne McCue, and New Orleans brass band jazz, torch singer blues from Eilen Jewell
“Sea Of Tears” is a perfect example of Eilen Jewell’s style. Her voice reminds you of those bluesy torch-singers of yesteryear with just a little bit of twang in her voice.
No one does that little black dress, pearls, and cowboy boots thing better than Eilen Jewell, and she’s just released double CD, Live At The Narrows