Calvin has announced the 40 albums for the Best of Americana Music Show 2017!
As Platt strutted her stuff up front the band shared ‘off camera’ grins and nods as they took their solos.
Slaid Cleaves sings about average guys. Steve Earle sings about Outlaws. Jefferson Ross sings about family. Andy Neil & Roosevelt Collier don’t sing at all.
Zephaniah Ohora shares hie new old country sounds from This Highway, plus the new Jason Isbell album, new music from Colter Wall, Shannon McNally & more…
Platt can find a tune and express it exquisitely with a distinctive voice and a sympathetic band.
Episode 355 features the self-titled country album from Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters plus new music from Emily Duff, Jim Keaveny, Zephaniah Ohora, & more.
New music from Zephaniah Ohora, Shannon McNally, Jim Keaveny, Emily Duff, Lazarus, and Amanda Anne Platt & the Honeycutters & more
On this episode I feature albums #27- #1. I’m gonna count them down on this episode so you can hear the best of this year’s americana.
See who’s on top of the Best of Americana Music Show 2016 list!
Glad to see the Honeycutters still doing well on the chart. Pleasantly surprised to see Ana Egge doing as well as she is doing. Disappointed that more people don’t appreciate Tony Joe White as much as I do.
Amanda Anne Platt of The Honeycutters plays tracks from On The Ropes,and talks about West Asheville, and listening to conversations from a songwriter’s perspective. Also on this episode, the new Sara Watkins album, R&B from the Bo-Keys, in-your-face soul from Andre Williams, rock from the Hard Working Americans, the new Ana Egge album, and another extended Allman Brothers jam.
Great video of the title track from The Honeycutters Me Oh My Album performed on Music City Roots.
Amanda Anne Platt of The Honeycutters is going to give us a sneak peek at their upcoming album, On The Ropes!
The Honeycutters album is going into roation! Plus new Albert Castiglia, Blind Owl Band, Ken Atkins, Western Centuries, and David Neubold.
The Honeycutters’ On The Ropes combines effortlessly conversational lyrics and every-man musical riffs into a TKO of an album.
Recorded from the campgrounds at Suwannee Springfest 2014. Just goes to prove you don’t have to have a big budget for a great video.
This video is “Jukebox” is from the Honeycutters’ Me Oh My album. The chorus gets me every time.
Hear the first part of the Americana Music Show’s Best of 2015 list, featuring albums #50 through #21 on this week’s episode.
Check out the Best of 2015 in Americana Music and discover your next favorite band.
Country rock sing-along from Tom Rhodes, country/soul crossover from Dayna Kurtz, cajun & rock from Feufollet