John Howie Jr & Mandolin Orange perform “Almost Hear The Blues” by Stonewall Jackson.
Americana Music Show’s Best of 2014 list is out. Come check out the top forty albums submitted to the show this year! Lots of great music on this list!
Win a copy of John Howie Jr.’s latest country album, Everything Except Goodbye, in the November giveaway contest
Everything Except Goodbye by John Howie Jr & the Rosewood Bluff will restore your faith in country music and you can win the album in this month’s giveaway.
John Howie Jr plays three tracks from Everything Except Goodbye, tells the story behind the new band name and why Earnest Tubb deserves a tribute show. Also on this episode, southern rock from Jimbo Mathus, west coast indie rock from Chuck Ragan, trance blues from Turchi, new soul music from Candi Staton, roots rock from Bill Kirchen, folk rock from Twin Forks, country from Rodney Crowell, and retro-soul from St. Paul & The Broken Bones.
Jimbo Mathus interview. New music from John Howie Jr and Bobby Bare Jr. Stray Birds album giveaway, Video from St. Paul & the Broken Bones.
On Everything Except Goodbye from John Howie Jr and the Rosewood Bluff, Howie plumbs new depths with his voice. We’re talking Junior Brown levels of baritone here. We’re talking mile long drawls. And when John Howie Jr. sings the chorus of the title track on Everything Except Goodbye and drawls out “goodbye” into about 17 syllables, it’s both an amazing feat of vocal control and a tribute to the sounds of vintage country music, like we like to remember it.
Highlights from the Gram Parsons Tribute show produced by Jeff Hart and The Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC, September 20, 2013, featuring Gram Parsons covers from Ashley Carter, George Huntley, Kenny Roby, Tom Meltzer, Jill Kuhn Sexton, Lynn Blakey, Michael Rank, Jeffro, Rebecca Newton, Tonya Lamm, Jeffrey Dean Foster, John Howie Jr, Tress Chicas, and Jeff Hart.
#43 – Rick Cornell talks to John Howie, Jr. and Billie Feather about their new Band and CD and play some live songs in the studio……