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Danny Bryant - Temperature Rising (Album Review)

British Guitar Slinger comes of age

I tried very hard to like Danny Bryant’s previous album Hurricane but somehow never quite warmed to that particular version of the Blues; perhaps it was too Heavy for me.

Temperature Rising isn’t a whole lot different but I like it a lot. There’s something different to the production and sound; even though I can’t quite put my finger on what; but this album could be a game-changer for the young man from the Deep South (of…

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Posted on July 15, 2014 at 11:30am

Ian McLagan at the Jumping Hot Club (Newcastle, U.K. - July 10, 2014)

As a lifelong Faces fan, I can’t tell you how excited I was in anticipation of this gig. After thoroughly enjoying seeing Mac play his greatest hits at the Gateshead SummerTyne Americana Festival a couple of years ago, I easily persuaded a few friends to come along with me to the den of iniquity known as the Jumping Hot Club, to see one of their heroes.

When we arrived, it was no surprise to see the…

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Posted on July 15, 2014 at 10:30am — 8 Comments

Del Barber - Prairieography (Album Review)

Another country gem from the Canadian heartland

Whenever I’ve been driving in the car with the iPhone set to random, "Farewell, God Bless You, Goodbye" from this album has haunted me, coming on between the most bizarre combination of songs. But, regardless of what came before it, this pure country track, with its shimmering steel guitar and lazy vocals, caught my attention and has had even me drawling the chorus along with Barber on…

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Posted on July 14, 2014 at 10:00am

SummerTyne #9 Festival Preview – Sage Gateshead (July 18-20, 2014)

Well, it’s nearly here and I for one can hardly wait for the SummerTyne Americana Festival at and outside Sage Gateshead next weekend.

If you’ve not been before (shame on you!), Sage Gateshead brings an array of past, present, and future stars of Americana, alt-country, country, cajun and folk music to the region, and there’s always at least one show that has people talking years later. The stage on the concourse is curated by the Jumping Hot Club and is absolutely free to…

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Posted on July 11, 2014 at 9:30am — 2 Comments

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At 2:16pm on July 1, 2014, aplscruf said…

Very cool!  You'll have a great time.  I'll check out the review, too.

At 2:10pm on July 1, 2014, aplscruf said…

You're welcome, Alan.  Also, a heads-up, one of our favorite local (Seattle) bands is touring bits of the UK right now...might want to check 'em out or send a friend to see them.  A little Americana,  a little rock 'n' roll, a little country.  They call themselves Massy Ferguson (massyfergusonband.com).  Their tour dates are on the website.  Lots of fun to see live.  Cheers!

At 6:05pm on June 30, 2014, Jack Grelle said…

Thanks Alan! Will do!

Cheers

Jack

At 2:54am on June 2, 2014, Vicki Reddin-Gauthier said…

Oops Alan I deleted your comment that I responded to by mistake. Could you repost so my comments make a little more sense. Thx

At 8:49am on June 1, 2014, Vicki Reddin-Gauthier said…

Where do I start? From his second most recent CD Dusk Dreams I'd request Electric Star and I Don't Want to Worry You(the perfect Mother's Day sing-a-long song). Dusk Dreams is simply beautiful. I'm lucky to have a copy of the little EP called Strange Boat and I love What Will I be for Halloween. Who ever wrote a song for Halloween? And it's perfect for that feeling of  "should I should I not?" participate in life. He hasn't added it to any of his CDs yet but he sings it in concert. Also Hornets in the House. It would be pretty hard to replicate some of the Haunted Hearts tunes with just a man and his guitar but these few make a great sample: I Thought My Name Was Dark Clouds; I Don't Want to Sleep in a Cardboard Box and Sister Lovers Tonight, in which Johnny goes a little wild on the keys. Johnny Ross is a well known piano player on the Island. Picture Jerry Lee Lewis in a long rangy body with pure Celtic coloring! Also the title song from Haunted Hearts Thank You Good Night is lots of fun. Purely instrumental from the boys from Haunted Hearts but one of the happiest songs GST Cheques Are Here! When you live right around the poverty line in Maritime Canada those tax rebates come in mighty handy. Tell me if you are actually able to sit still for that one- I can't!

At 2:12pm on April 24, 2014, W E B said…

Hello Alan, 

I have been a long  time reader of ND and have been on the site for over a year now I guess,,,,, I still miss the HELL out of the ND magazine, by far the best Americana rag ever! 

I thoroughly enjoyed the review of Jarrod's EP that you did; it boggles my mind how a talent like JD doesn't get more attention.... he sure deserves it!

I presume that you are aware that he is currently on tour with David Ford, they are playing the Cactus Club this evening, I wish that I lived close enough to take that show in! 

David Ford is another talent that is extremely unappreciated, a brilliant writer and a skilled multi instrumentalist, he is not to be missed if the opportunity presents itself. 

WEB 

At 2:46am on December 5, 2013, Jack Kidd said…

Hi Al, very interesting Top 10 etc. although I haven't heard of half of them. Which just means I'll have to check them out. Cheers

At 2:22pm on December 3, 2013, Jack Kidd said…

Oh, which are they, I'm happy to share, if you want copies

At 8:49am on September 22, 2013, Mountain Express Acoustic said…

thanks

At 5:36am on September 20, 2013, Gary Grainger said…

I'll be the fat lad with the mustache (and maybe a beard - depends on how I feel =!)

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Del Barber - Prairieography (Album Review)

Another country gem from the Canadian heartlandWhenever I’ve been driving in the car with the iPhone set to random, "Farewell, God Bless You, Goodbye" from this album has haunted me, coming on between the most bizarre combination of songs. But, regardless of what came before it, this pure country track, with its shimmering steel guitar and lazy vocals, caught my attention and has had even me drawling the chorus along with Barber on many occasions.It’s been the same with several other songs. The…See More
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