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.
I’ve got a double shot of Emily Duff’s country rock album, plus Sonny Landreth, Jason Isbell, Steve Earle, Jim Lauderdale, and much more!
Ep358 features the new album from David Childers called Run Skeleton Run. I like the back-porch feel of this album .
New music from Jim Lauderdale, Lee Bains III, Jon Cleary, David Childers, Sonny Landreth, Terry Anderson, and more.
Preview London Southern by Jim Lauderdale. London Southern by Jim Lauderdale If we Brits need a test of our Americana credentials, a top rated US artist recording an album here must rank highly. London Southern, mostly recorded with Nick Lowe’s band at Goldtop Studio in London, is a beautifully polished collection of songs that reflects Jim […]
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!
New music this week from The Lawn Chair Kings, Jim Lauderdale, Aaron Lee Tasjan, and Jack Grelle…..
Hear the first part of the Americana Music Show’s Best of 2015 list, featuring albums #50 through #21 on this week’s episode.
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Jim Lauderdale plays tracks from his Soul Searching album, talks about the two studios used for the album how he got his Music City Roots gig. Also on this episode, I’ve got the debut soul album from Nigel Hall, a Dan Penn Spooner Oldham tribute album, a rare Roy Orbison track, plus old-school country from Lori Yates and southern rock from the Drive-by Truckers.
A new knock out double CD album from Jim Lauderdale tops the adds this week
I’m A Song by Jim Lauderdale, sheds the trendy genre-bending & returns to full-on twang and mournful pedal steel like you know you want to hear.