I’m coming a little late to this release, but decided to write something because I began to listen to it more than once and that’s a sure sign that something's likeable and special here.
Released in October 2013 -- this is a rousing and melodic little collection -- with well-balanced male and female vocals.
The Dancing Hats has an aggressive approach similarly exemplified by bands such as Great Big Sea, the Oyster Band and Spirit of the West. The drums are just an…Continue
Added by John Apice on December 4, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
As a singer-songwriter based in Northeast Ohio, I’ve had many people in the past few years recommend that I check out Nashville’s thriving music scene, but I always hesitated. However, this past summer I read about the 2013 Americana Music Association’s Conference and Festival and thought attending would be the perfect introduction to Nashville for me. I couldn’t have made a better decision. From the moment I arrived, I knew this was going to be a memorable journey. As I entered…Continue
Added by Demos Papadimas on December 1, 2013 at 11:00pm — No Comments
A collection of recently released country, Americana, rock and folk, plus a few catalog items for good measure.
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This has been one of the most prolific years for outstanding record releases. It was very difficult to narrow down my choices; especially for my critic’s pick Top 10 turned into No Depression. As I’ve broken it down in the past, this edition of Liner Notes has three divisions: Male, Female and Duo/Group. After the dust settles, one will be crowned the overall champion. Just like the BCS, I’m splitting hairs at times to determine who…Continue
I recently got my hands on the amazing box set about Duane Allman's short but elaborate career called "Skydog: The Duane Allman Retrospective". So I'm going to spin some tunes from that, and we'll be listening to a radio special about the Skydog box set which includes interview from Duane's daughter Galadrielle, and Allman Bros. band members Gregg Allman, Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes and more. Enjoy!
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Added by Americana Rock Mix on November 27, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments
Haunting electronica-backed folk
Though he'd released two indie albums in the mid-90s, Richard Buckner arrived in most listeners' ears with his 1997 major label debut, Devotion + Doubt. His voice and delivery were unlike just about anyone who'd come before. His early music found cover under the Americana umbrella, but even then the steel, fiddle and vocal…Continue
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I am back from the sickness that kept me away last week. And I feel great! Fortunately, to compensate for last weeks absence, there is amazing music in this episode. Enjoy!
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Music in this episode:
- Red Eye AND Don’t Ask Why by The Moondoggies
(from Adios I’m A Ghost)…
Added by Americana Rock Mix on November 20, 2013 at 4:30am — No Comments
Here are some photos of live music from the Americana Music Association Festival and Conference earlier this fall. It was a great networking event and I had many interesting interactions. It also served as a fine introduction to some of Nashville’s best music venues...The Basement/Grimey’s, Cannery Row, The Station Inn and, of course, the Ryman Auditorium. It was also a pleasure meeting No Depression editors Kyla and Kim and others involved in the community. Crossing paths with…Continue
Added by Demos Papadimas on November 17, 2013 at 10:00am — No Comments
Central Valley born and bred Gary Tackett's DREAM as a 10 year old was to "play guitar on a Merle Haggard record". "That was my only dream". "Not to be a policeman, fireman, or doctor, but to be a sideman for Merle Haggard (Be one of the Strangers featuring Norm Hamlett, Roy Nichols, Mark Yeary, Biff Adams, Jimmy Belkin, Tiny Moore). Gary's dream came true on October 16th 1989 when Merle's keyboardist Mark Yeary called…Continue
Added by Gary Tackett on November 14, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Well, this is the second Christmas song that I have already reviewed this season. Mindy Smith has already released a five song EP last month. Mike has a really nice Video built around his song "Almost Christmas", which is a song that he wrote. It is an acoustic song which is very well done, The video is based around him singing in a decorated area, a train rolling down the snowy tracks, and him walking around the winter streets with his guitar, Mike Aiken is what I think of when you say…Continue
Hearing accomplished musicians in one genre seamlessly shift into another makes my heart happy because I love a range of music: from jazz to Americana, to pop and R&B. For this reason and more, Missy Raines and the New Hip make my heart swoon with happiness on their latest release New Frontier produced by Raines and fellow band member Ethan Ballinger along with Ben Surratt. The interactions between IBMA…Continue
Added by Jae Peterson on November 11, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Jumping Hot Club Remembrance Day Radio Show 2013
In the last 2 years I have achieved a long standing ambition by hosting my very own Americana and Blues radio show on two Tyneside Community Radio stations; but, sadly had to stop broadcasting because of work commitments.
Following the success of an episode last November I have dusted off the turntables again and recorded a 2 hour show that was broadcast on Hive Radio on Sunday 10th November…Continue
Added by Harrisonaphotos on November 10, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son:
Damien Jurado speaks about his new album and collaborating with Moby.
Reggae? Damien Jurado?
No, this prolific mainstay of Seattle's folk-rock community hasn't jumped ship into a new genre. But his forthcoming album proves, once again, Jurado isn't afraid to innovate in his approach to making music, including drawing on creative elements of dub reggae.
As he prepares to embark on a…Continue
By Martin Jones
Just wondering if anyone else got to see the Buddy Emmons tribute at Americana Conference and Festival in Nashville this year? It was possibly the best thing I saw at Americana this year. I wrote up a quick review at the time:
As part of the Americana Music Association conference that winds up in Nashville today, a tribute to pedal steel icon Buddy Emmons was held at the Country Music Hall Of Fame. It turned out to be a spectacular and affecting event…Continue
In this episode I talk about once again being nominated for the Podcast Awards, and how I don't feel like it's worth while to worry about competing... Plus this episode is filled with great music to keep you moving. Enjoy!
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Music in this episode:
- Plastic Knives AND Better Men by Todd Farrell Jr. & The Dirty Birds…
Added by Americana Rock Mix on October 31, 2013 at 4:10am — No Comments
On episode 163 of the Americana Music Show, I feature highlights from the Gram Parsons tribute show produced by Jeff Hart and The Cat's Cradle in Carrboro, NC, September 20, 2013. Highlights from the show include covers from Ashley Carter, George Huntley, Kenny Roby, Tom Meltzer, Jill Kuhn Sexton, Lynn Blakey, Michael Rank, Jeffro, Rebecca Newton, Tonya Lamm, Jeffrey Dean Foster, John Howie Jr, Tress Chicas,…Continue
Added by Americana Music Show on October 28, 2013 at 6:30am — No Comments
Griffin House’s music is described as rootsy atmospheric Americana. Call it what you want to call it. It’s all good music, that’s all I know. He’s equally at home with a rockin’ band made up of members of Tom Petty and the Heartberakers as he is playing solo. He knows how to connect with audiences and make people care about what he’s singing about. His fan base is growing by leaps and bounds. It’s very exciting to see someone like Griffin rising to the top of the talent pool …Continue
I try and pride myself on going local. Local restaurants. Local beer. Local groceries and produce. So liner notes once again is going local with some home grown Cuyahoga valley bluegrass. You don’t need to travel outside of your radius circle to hear the beautiful three-part harmony blend of Honeybucket. The little band on this side of the Appalachian Trail will be celebrating their 2nd Birthday and the release of a brand new EP on Thursday, October…Continue
Added by Jay Minkin on October 26, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments
“I’m A Stranger Here,” the fourth studio album by American roots trio The Devil Makes Three, is scheduled for an October 29, 2013 release on New West Records. On this ten-song record The Devil Makes Three give more of the bluegrass, ragtime, country, and rockabilly sound that has earned them a considerable fan base in recent years. Although…Continue
It's this years Halloween episode! What else can I say? Enjoy!
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Music in this episode:
- The Devil's Son AND Sinners & Saints by The Creepshow
(from Life After Death)
Added by Americana Rock Mix on October 24, 2013 at 4:35am — No Comments