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!
London will never be the same again……
Malcolm Holcombe plays tracks from Another Black Hole and talks about his work habits, his band, and never forgetting where you came from. Also on this episode, I’ve got that new Parker Millsap album, a new latin/rock album from Billy F Gibbons (yes, THAT Billy Gibbons), another track from that amazing Luther Dickinson folk album, new music from Wynona, and another track from that feel-good Phil Cook album.
Excited to be adding Malcolm Holcombe, Billy Gibbons (yeah, THAT Billy Gibbons, Wynona, Parker Millsap, and Aubrie Sellers
On Another Black Hole, Malcolm Holcombe is full of withering anger, street-wise, and as unshakable as the North Carolina Appalachian Mountains he comes from.
This week I complete the Best of 2015 countdown, featuring albums #20 through #1 on the list.
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“Mister In Morgantown” by Malcolm Holcomber is full of withering anger and it makes you realize how wimpy 99% of most folk music is these days.
Malcolm Holcombe plays tracks from The RCA Sessions, talks about getting inspired at the Salvation Army Store, and the tools of his trade. Also on this episode, southern rock from Jimbo Mathus, folk-rock from Tom Rhodes, stringband country from The Honeycutters, cajun rock from Feufollet, country from Sarah Gayle Meech, alt-country from June Star, country/soul from Dayna Kurtz, and a rock ballad from John Moreland.