New music from Tokyo Rosenthal, Louis Armstrong, EmiSunshine, Fairbanks The Lonesome Light, Johnny Dango, & Hard Working Americans
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.
Tokyo Rosenthal plays tracks from Afterlife and talks about his Cold War veteran status, his deep south show, and his music variety show. In this week’s episode I’ve go the new country/blues album from Jim Lauderdale. I’ve got more from that Turnpike Troubadours album. More roadhouse blues from Kevin Gordon. I’ve also got new rock & roll from Nocona, Blitzen Trapper, Bottle Rockets, and Michael Rank.
An amusing novelty song about those Cold War memes from Tokyo Rosenthal’s Afterlife album.
Blues from Shemekia Copeland, rock from Michael O’Connor, folk from Matt Steady, country from Tom Van Stockum, country from Amy Helm, rock from Pete Berwick, rock from Tokyo Rosenthal, country rock from DL Marble, rock from Pie Eyed Pete
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.
Tokyo Rosenthal talks about writing about jet lag and getting laid off; working with fiddle and pedal steel players; and his Irish roots.
On Tokyo’s Fifth, Tokyo Rosenthal draws from a variety of roots music traditions to write modern songs that makes us realize that we’re all immigrants now.
#50 – Tokyo Rosenthal talks about the award he won for his song “Black To Blue,” his experience with European “listening rooms,” and where he got those mysterious horn players on his latest CD.
#8 – Mark Lennon, Shannon McNally, and Tokyo Rosenthal discuss their recent releases.