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Hanspeter Eggenberger replied to T Hanssen's discussion 'What is your favorite album this week?'
"Los Lonely Boys - "Revelation" and Olassa - "I Love You Come Back To Me""
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Americana Music Show posted a blog post
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L A Johnson replied to Chaz Stoll's discussion 'Name artists who you think deserve wide recognition...please!'
"Grand Drive Justin Currie Bob Delevante Elwyn"
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L A Johnson replied to Chaz Stoll's discussion 'Name artists who you think deserve wide recognition...please!'
"Yup got all Bellwether records, there's a band in UK called Dropkick who sound as good with…"
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Stina replied to Lost Hills's discussion 'The Poet Laureate of Alt. Country?'
"What's funny is that alot of the artists you mentioned as being not particularly alt.country -…"
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The Medicine Show on The Road Dundee at Clarks

August 6, 2014 from 6pm to 7pm
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Americana Artist Amy Black Celebrates Her Roots with New Music

At her February release show for sophomore album This Is Home, Amy Black fronted a band that…See More
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Bruce Brantley replied to Lost Hills's discussion 'The Poet Laureate of Alt. Country?'
"Excellent comment Stina.  We all stand on the shoulders of our predecessors, no matter what…"
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Stina replied to Lost Hills's discussion 'The Poet Laureate of Alt. Country?'
"I want to throw a question out. Does longevity or age need to figure into the conversation? Or does…"
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Drinking Nectar with Wendy Colonna (Album Review)

In ancient Greek and Roman stories, nectar—that sweet, golden, unadulterated liquid—provides…See More
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Jack Wallingford replied to Lost Hills's discussion 'The Poet Laureate of Alt. Country?'
"i am of the ilk, as are a few others,  that Hayes Carl out to be mentioned here.  He is a…"
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Dylan, "Desire" and the (other) Story of Hurricane: A Lesson In Fatherhood

Reading of the death of former pro boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter today awoke an old memory which…See More
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Arnold McCuller (Ry Cooder) - Jesus Hits Like The Atom Bomb

Happy Easter to all my Christian friends, and good Sunday ! From "Ry Cooder & The Moula Banda Rhythm Aces: Let's Have A Ball", a film by Les Blank taped at The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA on March 25'th 1987. Awesome per...
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Van Wagner – Crosscut Saw

The song "Crosscut Saw" by Van Wagner.
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Drinking Nectar with Wendy Colonna (Album Review)

In ancient Greek and Roman stories, nectar—that sweet, golden, unadulterated liquid—provides sustenance to gods and goddesses. Nectar’s purity offers energy to those who imbibe its sweet liquor, but nectar’s sweet essence offers an elixir that heals and, for the inhabitants of the heavenly realms at least, drinking nectar also confers immorality upon them. It’s no wonder that the semi-human Tantalus decided he wanted a drop of that sweet honey; he’s punished for that deed, but his…

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Posted by Henry carrigan on April 16, 2014 at 11:00pm

Red Heart Alarm - Hammer Anvil Stirrup (Album Review)

Seattle is increasingly becoming a bastion of alt country Americana bands vying to be the next big thing toting the Ballard Avenue sound. Red Heart Alarm have coined one of the best terms for their sound calling what they do “Gruntry,” explaining that it marries their native city’s Grunge legacy with the melodic twang of classic Americana/Roots music. The band employed iconic producer Jack Endino to record their second self released album Hammer Anvil…

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Posted by Rick J Bowen on April 16, 2014 at 3:00pm

The Redlands Palomino Company - Broken Carelessly (Album Review)

It’s looking to be a good year for what one might loosely term “alt country” albums with Scots acts the New Madrids and Red Pine Timber Company handing in excellent efforts so far. Time now to look to London to see what’s cooking down there and keeping their end up are The Redlands Palomino Company whose fourth album, Broken Carelessly is released this week. The Palominos are a classic UK “Americana” band with a sound that ranges from pedal steel…

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Posted by Paul K on April 15, 2014 at 3:30pm

Matt Woods – With Love From Brushy Mountain (Album Review)

Ever-bearded Tennessean troubadour Matt Woods’ second full length studio record, With Love From Brushy Mountain, is slated for a May 13, 2014 release.  This comes as a follow up to his first full length, The Matt Woods Manifesto, a trying task in and of itself.  Woods is hands down one of the hardest working singer/songwriters I’ve ever come across.  He eats multiple month tours across the US for breakfast, trades songs for beer,…

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Posted by Sad Songs Keep The Devil Away. on April 16, 2014 at 1:00pm

Simone Felice - King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (Glasgow - 4/11/2014)

With his second solo album safely under his belt Simone Felice is rapidly conforming his status as one of the finest purveyors of Americana around these days. Fortunately (for us) he remains somewhat under the mass radar allowing audiences to see him in intimate settings such as the hallowed King Tuts, a perfect space to see and hear his shamanistic offerings. A mesmerising performer tonight he possessed a leonine grace, prowling and genuflecting,…

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Posted by Paul K on April 15, 2014 at 3:30pm

First Seldom Scene Album in Seven Years: Exclusive Look

Seldom Scene issues its first Smithsonian Folkways album next week with guests including Emmylou Harris.

Mike Auldridge passed away in 2012, but the group includes founding member Ben Eldridge as well as Lou Reid, Dudley Connell, Ronnie Simpkins, and Fred Travers.

Here is a look at "My Better Years" the Hazel Dickens' tune from the album,  "Long Time...Seldom Scene," which features new versions of 16 longtime favorites. …

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Posted by Jim Morrison on April 15, 2014 at 1:30pm — 1 Comment

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What is your favorite album this week? 3827 Replies

Started by T Hanssen in Recommendations. Last reply by Hanspeter Eggenberger 6 minutes ago.

Name artists who you think deserve wide recognition...please! 187 Replies

Started by Chaz Stoll in Uncategorized. Last reply by L A Johnson 2 hours ago.

The Poet Laureate of Alt. Country? 96 Replies

Started by Lost Hills in Uncategorized. Last reply by Stina 7 hours ago.

Americana show on G.A.C or maybe C.M.T ? 4 Replies

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What Are You Listening To? 905 Replies

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Americana in NYC #2

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Best Rhythm Section of All-Time 119 Replies

Started by Brian Morris in Uncategorized. Last reply by Leo Walter on Thursday.

Alt-country vs. mainstream country 362 Replies

Started by Gillian Turnbull in Uncategorized. Last reply by Daniel Wheeler on Wednesday.

What are your favorite books about roots, country or blues music? A couple of mine... 65 Replies

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Ideas, suggestions, or concerns about what's next on ND? 84 Replies

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The Genre of the Avett Brothers, thoughts anyone? 20 Replies

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Enjoying Americana 9 Replies

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Who is the absolute best you've ever seen live? 258 Replies

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Funny Songs 138 Replies

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Great artists who only made one great album 141 Replies

Started by Lost Hills in Uncategorized. Last reply by Al Maginnes Apr 11.

Un or under-heralded guitarists 162 Replies

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Did you ever think what songs you'd want played at your funeral? 113 Replies

Started by Hal Bogerd in Uncategorized. Last reply by Bruce Brantley Apr 10.

5 Most Overrated Bands or Singers 470 Replies

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Song(s) you're embarrassed to admit you really liked 162 Replies

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Ear worms - songs you hate but you still know all the words! 6 Replies

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