Ray Wylie Hubbard. Of course. But there are a few names on the September FAR chart that I am pleasantly surprised to see.
Title track from Steve Earle’s So You Wannabe An Outlaw. On the album version, he gets help from Willie Nelson on this song. But I like this live performance of it too.
The man’s been married seven times. You’d think he needs to be writing songs about keeping a woman. In any case, most guys can relate to this one….
Shelly Waters self-titled album is destined to be her signature sound & is the featured album. Plus the posthumous Chuck Berry album and lots more…
I’ve got a double shot of Emily Duff’s country rock album, plus Sonny Landreth, Jason Isbell, Steve Earle, Jim Lauderdale, and much more!
Ep358 features the new album from David Childers called Run Skeleton Run. I like the back-porch feel of this album .
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.
He’s the plot to an improbable American archetypal rebel movie…
Here are the adds to rotation that I have hand-picked for you this week…… Americana Music Show Adds for October 24, 2016 Burn / Norah Jones / Day Breaks / 04:39 Tragedy / Norah Jones / Day Breaks / 04:15 Flipside / Norah Jones / Day Breaks / 03:41 Don’t Be Denied / Norah Jones / […]
New this week the Colvin & Earle album, new rockabilly from Miss Tess, a great singer/songwriter album from Amanda Shire and much more!
Hear the first part of the Americana Music Show’s Best of 2015 list, featuring albums #50 through #21 on this week’s episode.
Check out the Best of 2015 in Americana Music and discover your next favorite band.
Americana Music Show producers share their Best of 2015 Picks.
Adding blues from Steve Earle & The Dukes and southern rock from The Plott Hounds and more…
Terraplane is Steve Earle’s bluesiest album yet and full of classic, visionary Steve Early lyrics.