“Good Ole Days” is the foot tapper from Malcolm Holcombe’s Pretty Little Troubles.
The lo-fi, blown-out R&B album Jake La Botz album, the Old Crow Medicine Show’s Dylan cover, the new soul album from Don Bryant, & the cowpunk Sarah Shook album.
Enter the giveaway contest to win a copy of Pretty Little Troubles by Malcolm Holcombe.
An early Leon Redbone track, a classic Percy Sledge tune, the new Tift Merritt album, traveling music from Marty Stuart, and the new Valerie June album.
The Plott Hounds’ first live album, classic soul by Irma Thomas, the new Son Volt album, newcomer Amilia K. Spicer, and indie rock from Killbuck.
Malcolm Holcombe talks immigration, family history, first world problems, and our purpose in marriage. Plus a preview of his Pretty Little Troubles album.
Malcolm Holcombe uses a pencil and a beat up guitar to separate us from our Pretty Little Troubles on his latest album. He doesn’t suffer fools. I like that about him.
Americana Music Show #345 features new music from Scott H. Biram. The Old 97’s, Brigitte DeMeyer & Will Kimbrough. A posthumous track from the legendary songwriter Rich Minus, and a brand new album from Malcolm Holcombe.
New music from Malcolm Holcombe, The 81s, Andrew Combs, Danny Barned, Guy Davis & Fabrizio Poggi, Jared Tyler, Marty Stuart, Rich Minus, and Sara Petite.
One of the more poignant tracks from Malcolm Holcombe’s Pretty Little Troubles album. I like how this song tells the story of immigration in a way that everyone can relate to.