All Blog Posts Tagged 'Josh' (26)

Mick's Birthday Bash - June 21, 2013 - Ground Zero with Jesco White, Roger Alan Wade, Dan Deel and more

June 21, 2013 is a perfect example of folks working together to make something very special.  The venue was Groundzero in Spartanburg SC which is a place where I have seen many diverse acts from Man or Astroman?! to Ted Nugent to Wesley Willis to Misfits to Vanilla Ice  to Doug Stanhope. It's been called the CBJB's of the south and thru the years have survived a few decades where many have came and gone the mighty Groundzero is still providing a haven for many. I am not sure where…

Continue

Added by Jason "Mater" Robinson on January 14, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Health & Happiness Hour, in session Josh Harty & Topher Elliot

This weeks Medicine Show  syndicated  Health & Happiness Hour is on tour with Fargos Josh Harty and Inverness's Topher Elliot around the Highlands and returns to our home at Loch Broom FM in Ullapool, for the first ever radio…

Continue

Added by The Medicine Show on October 22, 2013 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Can musicians get fans to put down their cameras?

“At the request of Matt and Zooey, we ask that people not use their cell phones to take pictures and video, but instead enjoy the show they have put together in 3D.”

This is a sign posted at recent concerts of She & Him – the duo of M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel. The pair is among a recent group of musicians attempting to gently tell fans to put down…

Continue

Added by modernacoustic on July 16, 2013 at 9:00am — 6 Comments

New England NERFA Conference at the University of Rhode Island: Ten showcasers show their stuff!

I had the pleasure of attending the One-Day NERFA (North East Regional Folk Alliance) at the  University of Rhode Island campus in Kingston.  RISA (Rhode Island Songwriters Association) coordinated the event with the help of NERFA.  In addition to several panels about marketing, radio, recording and mastering, we were privileged to hear the ten showcasers who won the juried spots.

First up was Heather Styka, freshly…

Continue

Added by Kathy Sands-Boehmer on June 2, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments

The Best of 2013, So Far

With just three months 0f 2013 in the history books, it's shaping up to be a quality year for Americana records. Here are my picks for the Top 10 Records of the Year (So Far).

10. Bobby Bare - Darker Than Light

Bare's first album in seven years is a collection of 16 songs drawn from a list he's kept for the better part of his 50 year career. There are murder ballads, songs of the sea, interpretations of rare classics and readings from the rock and roll songbook. The…

Continue

Added by Michael Verity on April 17, 2013 at 2:00pm — 10 Comments

Author Brian T. Atkinson on "I'll Be Here In The Morning: The Songwriting Legacy of Townes Van Zandt"

I'll Be Here In The Morning: The Songwriting Legacy of Townes Van Zandt by Brian T. Atkinson digs deep into the art of one of music's best and most influential songwriters. Mr. Atkinson retraces the artist's creative steps, as well as shares a wealth of interviews with some of Townes' biggest fans- who also happen to be some of today's best songwriters. He also chats up an impressive selection of some of the countless artists who have been and continue to be inspired by the…

Continue

Added by Chris Mateer on January 16, 2013 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Rising Group PC & The Angels Of Death Getting Noticed

PC & The Angels of Death are an alt. country rock group from California headed by singer/songwriter Patrick Coleman. Their influences are on their sleave, sort of speak; The Flying Burrito Brothers, Gram Parsons, Rolling Stones, and Son Volt, although they do cover songs by Chris Hillman and Gene Clark, respectively.

Their first CD coming out (after their Codeine EP) is called "Jaded Starlings In A Gilded Cage" and is produced by Eagles manager Josh Leo and even features…

Continue

Added by Tamar Campbell on November 15, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments

Prescription Bluegrass Reviews Josh Graves Book!

JOSH GRAVES - “Bluegrass Bluesman, Josh Graves, A Memoir,”

In my humble opinion, the 1960’s was the most pivotal decade in the post WWII era. Yes, that was fifty plus years ago, but, those times had a profound affect on the United States, on me and the way I’ve lived my life since. The ‘60’s still bring…

Continue

Added by Prescription Bluegrass Media on October 23, 2012 at 7:00am — 3 Comments

Review: Punching Bag, by Josh Turner. (MCA Nashville)

Long removed from the promise of the truly stirring Long Black Train, Josh Turner's new album, Punching Bag, proves that Music Row, Nashville has elevated cliche to art.

This album is about as involving as a slice of store brand cheese product.But you know, there's always some sort of low reached every time a slice of product is presented from God's point of view, such as this album's I Was There.…

Continue

Added by Mike Clark on August 18, 2012 at 7:00am — 3 Comments

Americana Rock Mix: Episode 144 - Four Years Down

This episode marks the 4 year anniversary of The Americana Rock Mix. But we’re not really doing anything special about it. We’ll do that next year. Instead, we’re carrying on as usual, bringing you the best new music you haven’t heard yet!

Download this episode HERE

Music in this episode:

- One-Eye’d Barber AND Party by The…

Continue

Added by Americana Rock Mix on June 7, 2012 at 4:39am — No Comments

Interview: Josh Rosenthal (Tompkins Square Records) Talks The New Michael Chapman Tribute LP

This week the Tompkins Square label is releasing Oh Michael, Look What You've Done: Friends Play Michael Chapman. The collection features an impressive lineup of artists, all paying tribute to the music of Mr. Chapman, while adding their own unique stylistic sensibilities to the source material. Contributors to the project include Meg Baird, Black Twig Pickers, Lucinda Williams, Thurston Moore, Hiss Golden…

Continue

Added by Chris Mateer on May 30, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments

Lee's Listening Stack: MORE of the Best of the Rest for May

Ryan Adams

iTunes Session

(iTunes)

 He may not be releasing new albums at the fast and furious pace he did just a few years ago, but that doesn’t allay the suspicion that Ryan Adams may be the most prolific artist of this generation bar none. So instead of getting a new LP every six months, our man Adams has resorted to other mediums to get his music out, among them iTunes, which released this gem of a collection as an exclusive offering a short time back. Those that…

Continue

Added by Lee Zimmerman on May 22, 2012 at 4:30am — No Comments

Interview: Father John Misty (Josh Tillman) Delivers "Fear Fun"

Josh Tillman is a songwriter, guitarist, drummer, author, artist, and all encompassing renaissance man who, by boldly embracing his impulses, and bravely following his artistic visions, has crafted one of my favorite records of 2012. He has left his role as drummer for the Fleet Foxes, shed his singer-songwriter solo-moniker, J Tillman, and is now calling himself Father John Misty.

This week, Sub Pop delivers Mr. Tillman's first album as Father John Misty, called Fear…

Continue

Added by Chris Mateer on April 30, 2012 at 2:30pm — 3 Comments

Katie Powderly: Songwriter's Showcase

This week on Songwriter's Showcase, we have Katie Powderly, who, in the last year, has sold all of her belongings and is moving into an RV to embark on a 50-state tour in support of her new album, Slips of the Tongue

Slips of the Tongue was recorded primarily at Smart Studios in Madison, WI. Owned by Butch Vig of Garbage,…

Continue

Added by clementine cox on April 18, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments

Teleprompters for Musicians: Cheating or Helping?

Reprinted from ModernAcoustic.com

http://modernacoustic.com

A recent story in the Washington Post brought to light that Bruce Springsteen was using a teleprompter on stage during his recent tour as well as his last one (read it HERE.) While the article didn’t flat-out deride him for using it, it did lament…

Continue

Added by modernacoustic on April 7, 2012 at 6:00pm — 33 Comments

Interview with Tim Barry

By Josh Diamond

For nearly two decades, Tim Barry fronted Avail, a hardcore punk band whose catchy, aggressive music coupled with Tim's smart, straightforward lyrics gained the band a massive following.

The band, however, released its last album…

Continue

Added by Jackson Ellis on April 5, 2012 at 11:49pm — No Comments

Interview: Record Collector, Executive Producer Christopher King Talks "Aimer Et Perdre" And Much More

Christopher King is the executive producer of the recently released, 2-CD set, Aimer Et Perdre, which is available now via the Tompkins Squarelabel. Mr. King has an impressive history of both collecting 78s, as well as assembling some remarkably beautiful, and thoughtfully assembled box sets and collections of very rare recordings.

In addition to his latest collection, Aimer Et Perdre, which features artwork by…

Continue

Added by Chris Mateer on March 1, 2012 at 7:00am — No Comments

The Pear Traps, dreamy 'Midwesticana'



Interview w/ Nathan, bassist of THE PEAR TRAPS



1.0 – How did the band come together? 

Bryant had written a number of songs before moving to Chicago and went to craigslist to find some bandmates. Within two months we were regularly playing in Billy’s basement, drinking, booking shows and recording.

 

2.0 – Did…
Continue

Added by Artists Talking Shop on October 31, 2011 at 5:00am — No Comments

Josh Harty Nowhere



 

I reckon this'll be the third album for Wisconsin native Josh Harty. Coming from an intensely musical background, he seems to have been playing and performing most of his 30-odd years and his fluency on the acoustic guitar is testament to all those years of playing. As a songwriter, I would say he's striving to be as honest, as true to an emotion, as he can possibly get, and I guess he has a perfectionist streak that prevents him being more…

Continue

Added by John Davy on July 10, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

"That Just Happened" - Mountain Heart - A Review

Mountain Heart has created a very creative acoustic rock recording with lots of influences. Josh's vocals are very rich, and can be easily mistaken for Vince Gill on a slow ballad. This recording sounds a lot like a live album, though I know there are several overdubs.

The cookin' "That Just Happened" starts the disc out , with several people helping out, especially on vocals. sounds a bit like Seatrain on Steroids, like it rocks, in it's… Continue

Added by Jim Moulton on October 15, 2010 at 2:00am — No Comments

Monthly Archives

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

1999

0201

Sponsors



If you enjoy this site please consider helping us with a small donation!

Don't like PayPal? Mail a check to: No Depression, 460 Bush St., San Francisco, CA 94108


When you shop at Amazon please enter through this search box and No Depression receives a referral fee

Notes

FAQ

Created by No Depression Feb 17, 2009 at 9:06pm. Last updated by No Depression Sep 24, 2012.