Calvin has announced the 40 albums for the Best of Americana Music Show 2017!
From Late Night With Seth Meyers. I’m tellin’ ya, he’s the next Van Morrison. From Hallelujah Anyhow.
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.
New album from Hiss Golden Messenger. You’ll love the Van Morrison vibe. Plus the new album from Christian Lopez and a reissue of some classic cajun music.
New music from Hiss Golden Messenger andd Christian Lopez. Plus a reissue of classic cajun music.
Hallelujah Anyhow is full of intelligent lyrics and laid back singer songwriter/rock which nods to Van Morrison, Bob Dylan and early 70’s Rolling Stones.
Listen to a double shot of the new Will Hoge album, plus new music from Black Joe Lewis, Isley Brothers, Tyler Childers, Two Tons Of Steel & more….
Listen to a double shot of Tyler Childers new album, Purgatory. Plus new music from Jade Jackson, Kacy & Clayton, Chuck Berry, and much more….
Got new country album from Tyler Childers, beautiful new music from Kacey & Clayton, some Hiss Golden Messenger, Jade Jackson, Michael Rank, & Ben Hunter
This is a beautiful video that paints a picture of the home life we all dream about.
#87 – MC Taylor visits the studio to play acoustic versions of songs from Hiss Golden Messenger’s latest release, Poor Moon. He talks to Calvin about how he and Scott Hirsch got started writing music together back in their college days at University of California at Santa Barbara; describes this CD as a sort of gospel CD but that Jesus only has “a cameo or two”; talks about his roots in the Durham/Chapel Hill area; and talks about his most “William Blake-ian” song.