The Far West perform “Any Day Now” from their album Any Day Now at the weekly Grand Ole Echo gathering at the Echo club in Lost Angeles.
Lee Briante from The Far West plays three tracks from their album Any Day Now and talks about his Bakersfield DNA, and how Waylon brought the band together. Also on this episode, retro surf rock from The Dex Romweber Duo, rock & roll from the Drive-By Truckers, acoustic blues rock from Luther Dickinson, smoky blues from Karen Jonas, alt-country from Uncle Tupelo, a honky tonk fiddle number from Hezekiah Goode, string band music from The Knights Of Mentis, country music from Brandy Clark, and soul music from Big John Hamilton and Doris Allen.
Interview & music from Sioux City Kid. Plus The Far West, The Bastard Sons Of Johnny Cash, Chuck Mead, & Clay McClinton. Scott H. Biram album giveaway
#72 – Lee Briante of The Far West talks about the importance of having video and internet media available for today’s audience; how it made him feel to move to Los Angeles; and how recording in an American Legion hall brought their debut self-titled CD to life.