Americana Music Show's Blog Posts Tagged 'podcast' (159)

Kristina Murray on Americana Music Show #180

On episode 180 of the Americana Music Show, Kristina Murray talks about the Allman brothers influence on her music, the "Eddie Vetter" line in her album and the importance of not compromising. She also sets up and plays three tracks from her debut album, Unravelin'.

Also on this episode, bluegrass from Cahalen Morrison & Eli West, country rock from MaryLeigh Roohan, alt-country from Uncle Tupelo,…

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Added by Americana Music Show on February 24, 2014 at 4:30am — No Comments

Ray Benson on Americana Music Show #179

On episode 179 of the Americana Music Show, Ray Benson talks about his friend JJ Cale, how he started the Texas Music Scene TV show, and playing in a band with over 100 members. He also sets up and plays three tracks from his latest solo album, A Little Piece.  

Also on this episode, alt.country from Uncle Tupelo, lo-fi blues from Scott H Biram, coutnry rock from Boo Ray, and more rock from the Sioux…

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Added by Americana Music Show on February 17, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments

Will Kimbrough on Americana Music Show #178

On episode 178 of the Americana Music Show, Will Kimbrough talks about social networking taking over the world, conversations with guitars, and his “Zen sex poetry over a blues beat” song. He also sets up and plays three tracks from his latest solo album, Sideshow Love.

Also on this episode, heartland rock from the Sioux City Kid, honkytonk from Wylie and the Wild West,…

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Added by Americana Music Show on February 10, 2014 at 4:30am — No Comments

D.B. Rielly on Americana Music Show #177

On episode 177 of the Americana Music ShowD.B. Rielly talks about why he writes feel good music, his love of the accordion, his Chris Isaak/Roy Orbison song, how to appeal to NYC hipsters. He also sets up and plays three tracks from his album Cross My Heart + Hope To Die.

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Added by Americana Music Show on February 3, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments

Kandia Crazy Horse on Americana Music Show #176

On episode 176 of the Americana Music Show, Kandia Crazy Horse talks about the Allman Brothers influence on her life, the beauty of the Sierra Madres, her NASCAR obsession, and modern cowgirls. She also sets up and plays three tracks from her album, Stampede. 

Also on this episode, rock & roll from the Hard Working Americans, beautiful counry from Rosanne Cash, blues from Ray Benson, honkytonk from…

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Added by Americana Music Show on January 27, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments

Todd Snider / Hard Working Americans on Americana Music Show #175

On episode 175 of the Americana Music Show , Todd Snider talks about why he put together the Hard Working Americans, the least necessary part of music, and his lost 'Tommy' story. He also sets up and plays…

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Added by Americana Music Show on January 20, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments

Southern Culture On The Skids on Americana Music Show #174

On episode 174 of the Americana Music Show, Rick Miller from Southern Culture On The Skids talks about the original Kudzu Ranch, being a DIY band, and getting inspired by a septic tank. He also sets up and plays three tracks from the band's latest album, Dig This!

Also on this episode, cowpunk from Pierce Edens and the Dirty Work, twangy blues from Rick Shea, old-time string band music from Eric…

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Added by Americana Music Show on January 13, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments

Pierce Edens & The Dirty Work on Americana Music Show #173

On episode 173 of the Americana Music Show, Pierce Edens talks about reconciling with his vocal style, Montana as metaphor, and being the guy having the most fun in the room. He also sets up and plays three tracks from the Live album from…

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Added by Americana Music Show on January 6, 2014 at 12:30am — No Comments

Ep#172 - Best of Americana Music Show, part 2

On episode 172 of the Americana Music Show, There was a bumper crop of good music this year on the Americana Music Show. More albums than ever were submitted to the show. By my rough count, almost twice as many albums hit my inbox in 2013 than 2012. So far I’m proud to say that I was able to give every single one of them a listen.…

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Added by Americana Music Show on December 30, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

Ep#171 - Best of Americana Music Show, part 1

On episode 171 of the Americana Music Show, There was a bumper crop of good music this year on the Americana Music Show. More albums than ever were submitted to the show. By my rough count, almost twice as many albums hit my inbox in 2013 than 2012. So far I’m proud to say that I was able to give every single one of them a listen.

More important than the quantity, the music coming into my inbox just keeps…

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Added by Americana Music Show on December 23, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

John Paul Keith on Americana Music Show #170

On episode 170 of the Americana Music ShowJohn Paul Keith talks about his work with Roland Janes, the early Knoxville music scene, and sneaking “hot dog guitar stuff” into his songs.  He also plays tree tracks from his latest…

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Added by Americana Music Show on December 16, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

Rick Shea on Americana Music Show #169

On episode 169 of the Americana Music Show, Rick Shea talks about covering Hank Williams, producing The Good Intentions, and taking train trips in Mexico when he was a “broken-hearted kid.” He also sets up and plays three tracks from his album, Sweet Bernadine.  

Also on this epiosde, newgrass from The Avett Brothers, gothic folk from The Paper Hill Casket Company, bluegrass from The Railsplitters,…

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Added by Americana Music Show on December 9, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

Wild Ponies on Americana Music Show #168

On episode 168 of the Americana Music Show,  Doug and Telisha Williams talk about the origin of the name Wild Ponies, what they learned living on the road, and their radio show. They also set up and play three tracks from the Wild Ponies debut album, Things That Used To Shine.  

Also on this episode, heartland rock from the Bottle Rockets, honkytonk from Sturgill Simpson, Memphis soul from…

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Added by Americana Music Show on December 2, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

Underhill Rose on Americana Music Show #167

On episode 167 of the Americana Music Show, the women of Underhill Rose talk about their fan-funded album, the Asheville music scene, growing their fan base out west, and teaching kids the music of Doc Watson and Libba…

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Added by Americana Music Show on November 25, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

Band of Heathens on Americana Music Show #166

On episode 166 of the Americana Music ShowEd Jurdi talks about the new Band Of Heathens line up, why they record their albums live, moving to Asheville, and being “bootleg friendly.” He also sets up and plays three…

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Added by Americana Music Show on November 18, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

Ep165 Blake Christiana from Yarn on the Americana Music Show

On episode 165 of the Americana Music Show,  Yarn front man Blake Christiana talks about meeting Caitlin Cary at Sadlacks, the Lou Reed influence on his music, and turning fans into friends. He also sets up and…

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Added by Americana Music Show on November 11, 2013 at 4:59am — No Comments

Ep#164 The Barn Birds on the Americana Music Show

On episode 164 of the Americana Music Show, Chris Kokesh and Jonathan Byrd from The Barn Birds tell the story of how they met, discuss “social music” vs “performing music,” and make the call of the barn birds.  They also perform three tracks from their debut, self-titled album. 

Also on this episode I feature kick drum blues from Lincoln Durham, chitlin circuit rock from Southern Culture On The Skids,…

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Added by Americana Music Show on November 4, 2013 at 4:00am — No Comments

Americana Music Show 163: The Gram Parsons tribute show

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,…

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Added by Americana Music Show on October 28, 2013 at 6:30am — No Comments

Ep162 Mando Saenz - Interview and Music

On episode 162 of the Americana Music Show, Mando Saenz plays three tracks from his album, Studebaker, and talks about his song writing collaborations in Nashville, songs about people's “checkered past,” and the challenges of playing the tambourine.

Also on this episode, I feature experimental folk rock from The Wood Brothers, beautiful string band music from the Stray Birds, let night rock & roll…

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Added by Americana Music Show on October 21, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

Ep161 Wood Brothers

On episode 161 of the Americana Music Show, Chris Wood talks about starting the Wood Brothers with his brother, their father's folkie influence, and writing great songs that don't make perfect sense.  Chris also sets up and plays three tracks from The Muse. 

I also play hard…

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Added by Americana Music Show on October 14, 2013 at 12:30am — No Comments

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