Just in case any ND-members happen to be in Munich this coming weekend: I'll be playing a show at Munich's Hide Out Blues Club II with German Americana veteran Markus Rill this Saturday, January 30th from 9pm! More info here: www.hideout-muenchen.de
Feb 24th 2010, 8pm @ Stilwirt in Wolnzach (close to Pfaffenhofen)
This will be a… Continue
Added by Niels Cremer on January 26, 2010 at 7:57am —
What exactly are we measuring?
Out today: Bettie Serveert's 'Pharmacy of Love':
Also - Patty Griffin's 'Downtown Church':
Also - Blue… Continue
Added by tous on January 26, 2010 at 5:13am —
For the third annual Grounded in Music benefit concert, board member Patty Griffin asked friends Scott Miller and Jack Ingram to join her for an evening of tunes to support the local organization that brings musical instruments and instruction to kids at the Boys and Girls Club.
Two groups of students, the real stars of the night, were introduced by Grounded in Music Founder Joe Stallone before performing their original songs they had worked on through the… Continue
Added by Nichole Wagner on January 26, 2010 at 1:00am —
Patty Griffin never expected to make a gospel record. In fact, she figured that “Wiggley Fingers” from her 1998 release Flaming Red
effectively ruined any chance she might have had; after all she is a self-described “lapsed Catholic.”
But with Downtown Church
, her new collection of spiritual standards (and a couple of originals) she proves she has the soul and the pipes to dabble in the music of Sunday morning… Continue
Added by Nichole Wagner on January 26, 2010 at 1:00am —
Check out my show on the airwave or on the web at www.thecurrent.org
9am til 10 CDT Sunday Mornings.
Here is my playlist from last Sunday...
Tom Petty - Big Weekend
Midlake - Acts of Man
Richard Buckner - A Chance Council
Lefty Frizzell - Saginaw, MI
Carolina Chocolate Drops - Trouble in Your Mind
Ben Kweller - Fight
Red Simpson & Junior Brown - Nitro Express
Laura Veirs - Sun is King
Added by Bill DeVille on January 25, 2010 at 8:30pm —
Think about it: Season Of Lights, published in 1977 as the first live album by the New Yorker Laura Nyro (prematurely died in 1997) as well as her second album after five years of artistic silence following the marriage with the carpenter David Bianchini, is… Continue
Added by Gianfranco Callieri on January 25, 2010 at 6:00pm —
SHOWS THIS WEEK:
WDVX Blue Plate Special
in Knoxville, TN on Wednesday Jan. 27th, 12:00pm.
FREE Lunch Time Show! Listen Live: http://tinyurl.com/2knpej
Ashland Coffee & Tea
in Ashland, VA on Thursday Jan. 28th, 8:00pm. http://www.ashlandcoffeeandtea.com/
Tove House Concert
in Ellicott City, MD on Friday Jan 29th,… Continue
Added by Will Kimbrough on January 25, 2010 at 4:00pm —
Madison's FLIGHT live streaming in about 40 minutes. Approximately 7:30 p.m. Eastern. Led by Jentri Colello, FLIGHT is one of the Midwest's most talked about new roots-pop ensemble.
Added by Andy Moore on January 25, 2010 at 3:52pm —
Here are some of the music releases for the week of January 26th, 2009. The artist's names link to their websites or MySpace pages and the CD title links go to either Amazon or CD Baby for easy ordering.
ERIC BIBB-… Continue
Added by Bill Frater on January 25, 2010 at 3:34pm —
Glitter and Doom Live
By Tom Waits
Review by Douglas Heselgrave
Tom Waits doesn’t tour much anymore. At this point in his life and career, he probably doesn’t have to do much of anything he doesn’t want to do. At a time when many artists of his vintage have - with a ‘heigh ho it’s off to work we go’ - embarked on long greatest hits tours and charged exorbitant prices in order to feather their… Continue
Added by doug heselgrave on January 25, 2010 at 2:00pm —
30-Minute Music Hour
is a music performance and interview show produced by Wisconsin Public Television in Madison and streamed on the web as we make it. At 4:30 Eastern Time today The Pines will play a half hour set. The Minneapolis roots trio features Benson Ramsey, son of Iowa legend Bo Ramsey, who produced The Pines latest… Continue
Added by Andy Moore on January 25, 2010 at 12:51pm —
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Added by Joseph Schell on January 25, 2010 at 11:46am —
Find more photos like this on Americana and roots music - No Depression
Joe Ely was talking to Doug Moyes, from our local venue, The Backyard, asking who was going to have a benefit for Haiti. And Doug told him, “You are.” Once Joe found appropriate phone numbers, he and his manager, Lance, put out the calls. At first he heard nothing. Then, as he put it, the show went from a 2 hour to a 4… Continue
Added by Jeanne Murrin Wilkinson on January 25, 2010 at 8:00am —
Wilco offers 2 free shows to d/l when donating to Haiti:
A *new* print music magazine?
Alejandro Sbd from Saturday night (1/23):
Added by tous on January 25, 2010 at 5:15am —
I was first introduced to The Gun Club around 4 years ago by a friend I was playing music with at the time. He made me listen to by Johnny Thunders, The Ramones and Richard Hell and the Voidoids amongst others. We sat down and watched them all on Youtube. I recall him watching me to figure out my reaction thinking, 'Does she like them? Do we musically click? Do her ears work? Am I going to have to throw her out in the name of musical integrity?' A can of beer in one hand, watching various punk… Continue
Added by Neala on January 25, 2010 at 3:20am —
I'm proud to announce the release of episode 7 of the Taproot Music Feed podcast
! I have interviews and music from sultry singer Beth McKee, cowpunk Joe Swank, and up and coming singer/songwriter, Patrick Bloom.…
Added by Americana Music Show on January 24, 2010 at 6:15pm —
For all you NYC area folks, I'm releasing my sophomore album Parlor Walls
at Joe's Pub this Tuesday Jan. 26th at 9:30pm. And you get the album for free at the door when with your ticket purchase!
You can hear the whole album and download it now by going to my site at Bandcamp
. a great way I've been loving for musicians to get their music out there.
This record means so much to me because it was… Continue
Added by Kara Suzanne on January 24, 2010 at 1:00pm —
Sorry if this has been covered extensively here previously, but I wanted to recommend the Farrar/Gibbard tour supporting their release that puts music to Jack Kerouac words. They are doing a short list of dates, opening in Portland last night. I walked in cold, having not heard the record and somehow having kind of missed the boat on Death Cab for Cutie and thus not very familiar with Gibbard (sorry, not intentional, I just don't keep up w/ everything...).
I thought the show was terrific,… Continue
Added by Jim Desmond on January 24, 2010 at 12:53pm —
I started my life as a musician, gravitating naturally toward music as a means of expression. As far back as I can remember in my life, I've appreciated that a single individual could create something so provocative and stirring as to manipulate my emotions and leave me, on the other side of the song, considering things which had not previously existed anywhere near the fore of my mind.
Later in life, when I'd pick up a guitar and walk onto stages to stand behind a mechanism which… Continue
Added by Kim Ruehl on January 24, 2010 at 12:00pm —