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Posted by hyperbolium.com on July 6, 2014 at 5:00pm
Brandi Carlile decided she was going to turn Nashville's Schermerhorn Symphony Center into equal parts Texas roadhouse and Nashville Honky-Tonk. "Tonight we open for ourselves, get ready for the 'shit kicker' set. Carlile played a make up show from April and added the second night to the delight of her fans. With just herself and "The Twins," Tim and Phil Hanseroth, they tore through a 30 minute set highlighted by a new song "The Eye," and the iconic,…Continue
Posted by Chuck Schultz on July 7, 2014 at 6:00am
On episode 199 of the Americana Music Show, Rod Melancon plays tracks from Parish Lines and talks about growing up in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana and how he learned guitar from Hank Williams.
Also on this episode, trippy country rock from Ray LaMontagne, Appalachian blues from Malcolm Holcombe, newgrass from the Old Crow Medicine Show, country rock from Corb Lund, piano blues from Eden Brent, garage…Continue
Posted by Americana Music Show on July 7, 2014 at 5:30pm
When the cops finally busted Madam Marie, the young ne'er-do-well knew it was time to leave the seaside carnival life forever. Riding Tilt-a-Whirls and chasing factory girls underneath the boardwalk…cruising the circuit with switchblade lovers and open-shirted casino boys…it was all kid's stuff. Someday he'd look back on those barefoot slacker days and sex-seeking nights, and rage against the dying of the pier lights that once cast a protective cover, like a soft beach blanket,…Continue
Posted by Dana Spiardi on July 6, 2014 at 3:00pm
The master of the woozy blue moan is back, with more off-kilter tales of the broken-down and the beaten, the destitute and the desperate – all of whom, it seems, are Delaney Davidson himself. Across ten new songs – four original, five co-written, and one by Nick Lowe – through ballads and laments, reels and rockers, a dirge and a do-si-do, Davidson invites us back into his dark and dangerous world on his new album, Swim Down Low, on Outside Inside Records.
The media churn around the archival release of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young’s new live box set, invites backlash from the uninitiated, who could perceive this as yet another sad attempt for over-the-hill musicians and audiences to recapture their glory days by strip mining the musical past in a way that only serves to showcase the old weeds in a brand new pipe. As if that were a bad thing.
Started by Jim McGuinness in Uncategorized Jul 4.