Last Of The True qualifies Fauss for much wider recognition … a broad sweep of country, rock and roll, & folk
Ronnie Fauss has a new record coming out on New West and he’s releasing this teaser to help promote it. This is of course a cover of Merle Haggard’s “Swinging Doors.”
Ronnie Fauss plays tracks from Built To Break & talks about the Dallas Red Dirt scene, his regular joe vibe & keeping in touch with his old life. Also on this episode, new blues from Steve Earle & The Dukes, R&B from Chuck Prophet, southern rock from The Plott Hounds, a brand new ballad from James McMurtry, a track from the Bob Dylan basement tapes, new music from Joe Pug, rock & roll from Victor Krummenacher, and alt-country from The Highballers.
I’ll be talking to Ronnie Fauss about his latest Texas rock ‘n roll album, Built To Break and playing tracks from this great road trip album.
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!
Adds: New American Farmers, Ronnie Fausss, Joel DaSilva, Jason McIntyre & Junior Tutwiler, John Mellencamp, Rich Hopkins, The Alexis P Suter Band and more…
Built To Break by Ronnie Fauss is rock & roll for real people with real lives in the real world.
Ronnie Fauss tells the story of the title of I Am The Man You Know I’m Not, why he covered Gram Parsons, and watching the Old 97’s’ record. Ronnie Fauss also plays three tracks from I Am The Man You Know I’m Not.
Plus, southern rock from the Truth & Salvage Company, rockabilly rock from Tim Easton, blues rock from Too Slim and the Tail Draggers, southern rock from Mike Stinson, roots rock from The Coal Men, country rock from The Whiskey Bottles, twang from The Coals, newgrass from The O’s, and old school R&B from Fats Domino.
March 11, 2013 On episode 130 of the Americana Music Show, Steve Storms and Steve Celestini of the Gravy Boys talk about how to make the apocalypse fun and keeping a band together with brutal honesty. Plus southern rock from the Tim Lee 3, a boozy ballad from J Shorgren, Canadian rock from Enter The Haggis, […]