Ray Wylie Hubbard. Of course. But there are a few names on the September FAR chart that I am pleasantly surprised to see.
“Texas Love Song” is one of Slaid Cleaves’ classics. It’s a funny, entertaining song that also shows off his songwriting chops.
Ep358 features the new album from David Childers called Run Skeleton Run. I like the back-porch feel of this album .
Ghost On The Car Radio is a fine release with exceptional tunes, lyrics that narrow the distance between hope and reality, and maybe a little Country Rock.
Slaid Cleaves sings about average guys. Steve Earle sings about Outlaws. Jefferson Ross sings about family. Andy Neil & Roosevelt Collier don’t sing at all.
New music from Steve Earle, Slaid Cleaves, and Jefferson Ross. Plus a new lap steel album from Andy Hall & Roosevelt Collier and a Sun Records tribute.
This episode of the Americana Music Show features tracks from albums #30 through #16 on the 2013 Best of Americana Music Show list.
The top forty albums submitted to the Americana Music Show in 2013. Check out the list to see and hear the best in americana music.
July 1, 2013 Howdy, On episode 146 of the Americana Music Show, Slaid Cleaves plays three tracks from Still Fighting The War and talks about Operation Homefront, growing up with Rod Picott, writing songs about blue collar folk, and song writing challenges. Plus experimental folk rock from The Wood Brothers, old school Piedmont blues from Hans […]
Slaid Cleaves plays three tracks from Still Fighting The War and talks about Operation Homefront, growing up with Rod Picott, writing songs about blue collar folk, and song writing challenges.
Plus experimental folk rock from The Wood Brothers, old school Piedmont blues from Hans Theessink, country rock from Michael and the Lonesome Playboys, Tex-Mex punk from The Piñata Protest, swamp rock from JJ Grey and Mofro, rock and roll from Switchback, and a soulful Paul McCartney cover from the McCrary Sisters.
New music from Slaid Cleaves and an interview with Kenny Roby.