October 2010 Blog Posts (255)

Fantastic Halloween Radio Show

Happy Halloween! Here is a real treat for you all:
The world's greatest Halloween Radio Program - now available on Archive:http://wmucradio.com/stream_ripper/sat/Dave___s_Record_Collection_1800_2100.mp3
Dave's Record Collection - the USA's oldest, longest and most continuously on the air College Radio Program (DJ is Dave - my old pal ..which kind of makes me old too, but oh well).

Added by Roy C. on October 31, 2010 at 11:33am — No Comments

New massages from an old media guy. Or maybe old massages. Or just therapy.

Back when I had a punk rock/folk art/west coast cartoon surrealist art gallery, and AOL was new and groovy, I spent some time in an alternative rock folder. My intent was to see if attending to the conversation in this folder would help me to determine which posters featuring which new bands I should buy.

Instead, I found myself in a pointless discussion about Nirvana with somebody who was, memory says, a sophomore at Wayne State University. I had been a working music… Continue

Added by Grant Alden on October 31, 2010 at 9:04am — 12 Comments

“Rural Rhythm All-Star Jam Live at Graves Mountain”(Celebrating 55 years of Bluegrass Music)

If you are a fan of good old bluegrass music and live festivals, this is definitely for you. The event took place June 4, 2010 at the Graves Mountain Festival of Music in Syria, Virginia. This is beautiful ,rural Virginia, in the foothills of The Blueridge Mountains. I have spent a lot of time camping near this area and I love it.(Celebrating 55 Years of Bluegrass Music)

Many great Bluegrass bands were involved and they played lots of traditional bluegrass. Musicians involved were… Continue

Added by Jim Moulton on October 31, 2010 at 5:00am — No Comments

SF OPRY 10-29-2010

Friday, October 29, 2010

KSFR, Santa Fe, NM


10 p.m. to midnight Fridays Mountain Time

Host: Steve Terrell

101.1 FM

email me during the show! terrell@ksfr.org

OPENING THEME: Buckaroo by Buck Owens & The Buckaroos

Ghost of a Texas Ladies' Man by Concrete Blonde

Yo Soy Tejana by… Continue

Added by swt on October 30, 2010 at 9:06am — No Comments

10 Death Ballads for All Hallow's Eve

Halloween is now upon us. As… Continue

Added by Dustin Ogdin on October 30, 2010 at 9:00am — 11 Comments

Review: The Mad Tea Party - Rock ‘n’ Roll Ghoul (Whose That, 2010)

The Mad Tea Party - Rock ‘n’ Roll Ghoul (Whose That, 2010)

Just in time for Halloween, Asheville’s Mad Tea Party (not to be confused with some other teabaggers that’ve recently been in the news) unleashes this four-song EP of horror-themed rock ‘n’ roll. The title track sounds as if the Fugs returned from… Continue

Added by hyperbolium.com on October 30, 2010 at 8:36am — 3 Comments

Rearview Mirrors CD Release Party!

We're off and runnin' again this weekend. Down to Winter Garden last night to play with Jason Thomas, our extremely talented pal and bandmate as his schedule allows. He tours the world with The Claire Lynch Band as fiddler and mandolinist extraordinaire. Winter Garden is a delightful place! Every Friday night they have a concert in their downtown gazebo in the heart of their charming and beautiful town. It's hoppin' down there.

Tonight... The Mockingbird Cafe in downtown Tallahassee… Continue

Added by Elisabeth Williamson on October 30, 2010 at 8:03am — No Comments

The Jim Sullivan Story

We've been obsessed with this record for the past couple years. It's a brilliant album and a fascinating story.

In March 1975, an American singer-songwriter named Jim Sullivan mysteriously disappeared outside Santa Rosa, New Mexico. His VW bug was found abandoned, his motel room untouched. Some think he got lost in the desert. Some think he fell foul of a local family with alleged mafia ties. Some think he was abducted by aliens. By coincidence – or perhaps… Continue

Added by Light In The Attic on October 29, 2010 at 11:07pm — 5 Comments

She Listened To The Beatles, I Listened To Uncle Tupelo. It Was A Mixed Marriage

My ex wife and I met on the Prodigy music boards back in 1993. She asked me a question about John Wesley Harding that she already knew the answer to in hopes of striking up a conversation. I answered it wrong three times. Twenty five cents a message got kind of pricey. She suggested an "internet account". I was working at the NPR station of my alma mater, The University Of Missouri-Kansas City. Apparently I could go to the computer department and get one of these internet accounts. The… Continue

Added by John V. Terry on October 29, 2010 at 6:30pm — 4 Comments

what "wrecking ball" meant and means

Lately I have been spending time listening to Wrecking Ball, the 1995 cd by Emmylou Harris. I had been a fan of hers from the Gram Parsons albums, and can remember buying the Pieces of the Sky album, which still has a purity and clarity that is not diminished in any way. In contrast, Wrecking Ball was something of a transition; it was an foray into electronic rock music, with the producer Daniel Lanois (U2), and for that reason it must have been a risk (I recall seeing her… Continue

Added by Ken Carter on October 29, 2010 at 4:30pm — 19 Comments

London Bridge is Falling Down...

Wow, what a night! We loaded into London Bridge Studio at 3pm on Sunday to showcase at the Annivers-a-Birthday-Music Showcase-Mustache Party! It was a knockout. There were three other bands showcasing, all with stellar talent! It was not only a great party, but an excellent networking opportunity for people in the music industry. From producers to managers to Scott Mercado, there were plenty of shoulders to bump into while at the party. We were also honored to provide the kegs of beer to ensure… Continue

Added by Cody Beebe and The Crooks on October 29, 2010 at 3:06pm — No Comments

Can Hardy Wait

I have heard Mike Farris several times in Nashville and I cannot get enough of his remarkable voice. His album, Salvation In Lights, is a true gem. I listen to it every time that I need to nourish my soul. I am looking forward to hearing the new EP.

Added by Rick Gray on October 29, 2010 at 1:07pm — No Comments

"Hands" by Dave Holland and Pepe Habichuela - a flamenco jazz summit


Dave Holland and Pepe Habichuela

Review by Douglas Heselgrave

Pairing of legendary British jazz bassist and Spanish guitar virtuoso is unexpectedly better than the sum of its parts

Dave Holland has spent much of his career standing in the shadow of giants. If you’ve spent any time listening to Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, Coleman Hawkins, Chick Corea or John McLaughlin over… Continue

Added by doug heselgrave on October 29, 2010 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Initial MerleFest lineup announced

The 2011 MerleFest lineup has - at least in part - been released.

For an "initial lineup," the schedule is pretty darned impressive. Among the artists scheduled to appear are Alison Brown Quartet, Sam Bush Band, Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, Crooked Still, the Doobie Brothers, Emmitt-Nershi Band, Sonny Landreth, Jim Lauderdale, Corb Lund, Del McCoury Band, Tim O'Brien, Joe Smothers, The Wailin' Jennys, the Waybacks, and so many more. Check out the full initial list at the… Continue

Added by Kim Ruehl on October 29, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments

Under-appreciated, but not by me

Wrote this in answer to a ND friend's inquery, but worth sharing perhaps:

Top three current singer-songwriters I don't think get their due: A.A. Bondy, who might top the list; soulful, beautiful Antje Duvekot; and master guitarist with a keen, original wit, Peter Mulvey. Bob Schneider is another one who shoots quiet arrows to the heart, if I get a bonus pick.

I can't get enough of Todd Snider or Hayes Carll either, but they are thankfully not under-appreciated these days!… Continue

Added by Oriana Spratt on October 29, 2010 at 6:54am — No Comments

Terrell's Tune-Up Halloween Treats for the Ears

A version of this was published in The Santa Fe New Mexican

October 29, 2010

In the weeks preceding Halloween, the average American, according to statistics I just made up, will hear “The Monster Mash” by Bobby “Boris” Pickett 17.3 times.

That novelty hit from 1962 (trivia note: Leon Russell played piano on the record) seems omnipresent, but it’s hardly the only tacky rock ’n’ roll monster song. They’re everywhere — full of shrieks, wolf howls,… Continue

Added by swt on October 29, 2010 at 12:42am — No Comments

There's Something Happening Here...

Great article about the Bridge show and Buffalo Springfield. Didn't realize ND was rumbling' until my man Spencer showed me the north star. I am so happy to know you guys are out there and covering such a wide bandwidth of great music. Old 97s, Drive-by Truckers, Uncle Tupelo, Golden Smog, etc. Just saw Neil at the Paramount in Seattle. Shakey has carved it down to the bone and revealed the source code. Thanks again.

Added by Woody Hanson on October 28, 2010 at 8:01pm — 2 Comments

"Dolly Ain't Been The Same Since She Left Ol Porter"

The first piece of wisdom I picked up from my grandfather. A wiry little man from the Ozark hills, his radio always seemed to be playing Conway Twitty, George Jones, Dolly and Porter, Tammy Wynette, Loretta Lynn, Little Jimmy Dickens, Marty Robbins, Merle Haggard, etc. Saturday nights were reserved for "Hee Haw" and Buck and Roy pickin and grinnin. I used to think that my interest in country music began at the age of 16 when I worked at McDonalds and heard the cool older guys playing the… Continue

Added by John V. Terry on October 28, 2010 at 6:30pm — 7 Comments

Amanda Shaw - Good Southern Girl

Ok so I'm thinking maybe I should change my profile picture to some Avatar thingy so you folks can have a break from looking at that old man!! But I couldn't pass up posting this about a great young fiddle player with a great new album! Again originally, posted at Me, Myself, Music and… Continue

Added by Ed Karn on October 28, 2010 at 3:31pm — 1 Comment

"debts no honest man can pay" playlist - 10/16/10

"debts no honest man can pay" playlist - 10/16/10

saturday mornings, 10am-noon est, wgwg 88.3 fm

listen online @ www.wgwg.org

daylight - kenna

chimes of freedom (mono) - bob dylan

positively 4th street(mono) - bob dylan

all along the watchtower(mono) - bob dylan

you should've known - the fabulous ginn sisters

hey doll - the fabulous ginn sisters

heart and bones - the fabulous ginn… Continue

Added by Scott Greenberg on October 28, 2010 at 3:16pm — No Comments

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