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Featured Archive:  #1219 Band of Heathens

Featured Archive: #1219 Band of Heathens

Band of Heathens developed from a side project of several Austin songwriters at Momo’s, each of whom were pursuing other projects of solo work and sideman gigs. As they continued the residency and players flowed in and out of their scene, Gordy Quist, Ed Jurdy, and Colin Brooks realized that these Good Time Supper Club […]

Drew Holcomb #1414

Drew Holcomb #1414

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors have been around the roots music community for a long time, but their continued willingness to change their sound and songwriting as they grow keeps their music fresh and their performances lively.  Despite his wife Ellie leaving full-time touring with The Neighbors to focus on her own songwriting, Holcomb takes […]

Turchi #1413

Turchi #1413

Turchi’s new album, Can’t Bury Your Past, comes out this week on Devil Down Records. How Reed Turchi has time to write, record, and tour behind a record is a mystery of space and time. As label director for the recently revived Ardent Music (part of the larger Ardent Studios family), Turchi spends most of […]

Featured Archive:  #1212 James McMurtry

Featured Archive: #1212 James McMurtry

Some songwriters craft tunes with the intent of making social commentary, but rarely do those same songs last through two Presidencies and manage to incite emotion from both sides of the political aisle. Such is the case for James McMurtry, who observes what he sees, but does not claim control of where his songs may […]

Jonny “2 Bags” Wickersham #1412

Jonny “2 Bags” Wickersham #1412

I did not grow up with country music. The first time I heard “Ring Of Fire,” was on a Social Distortion album. So for me, twang comes from a punk source as logically as it does anywhere else, and Southern California has a distinct take on the music that I love. One of the first […]

Featured Archive: #1213 Patrick Sweany

Featured Archive: #1213 Patrick Sweany

AmericanaFest always amazes me: such an incredible collection of roots music showcases, where it is impossible to catch every “must see” show.

Aaron Lee Tasjan #1411

Aaron Lee Tasjan #1411

I jokingly said to Aaron Lee Tasjan that it might be a shorter list of who he has NOT played music with.  Even though his name may not be familiar offhand, Tasjan was actually mentioned in some outtakes of our show several years ago, when I was talking with Kevn Kinney about emerging bands that […]

Dex Romweber Duo #1410

Dex Romweber Duo #1410

Dex Romweber Duo‘s brand new album, Images 13, derives its name from the cover art, an existing piece from Romweber’s own portfolio, although not enumerating the tracks (of which there are 12). Romweber was particularly forthcoming in our conversation, reflecting on his affinity for film noir, working with his friends in music, and how he […]

The Dirty Guv’nahs #1409

The Dirty Guv’nahs #1409

The Dirty Guv’nahs put on a rock & roll show you will not forget, but they have struggled to capture that energy in their studio albums. After a live EP, the band took the recording process into their own hands, renting a house and turning into their own recording studio, taking months to write, record, […]

The Woggles #1408

The Woggles #1408

The Professor Mighty Manfred of The Woggles flips between his radio persona and reflective musician, as if he momentarily forgets that he is being recorded and just…talks. As a daily host on Little Steven’s Underground Garage on SiriusXM, his garage rock expertise and larger-than-life character make listeners smile. As the frontman for The Woggles for […]

Mountain Stage 30th Anniversary #1407

Mountain Stage 30th Anniversary #1407

Mountain Stage 30th Anniversary documentary We talked with Adam Harris and Dave Mistich of West Virginia Public Radio about the 30th Anniversary documentary about the Mountain Stage radio show.  Right after we talked, the West Virginia people suffered from the chemical spill into their Elk River water supply, taking over the attention of public media […]

By February 26, 2014 2 Comments Read More →
Featured Archive:  #1229 Jimbo Mathus

Featured Archive: #1229 Jimbo Mathus

Best of 2012 musician, Jimbo Mathus, has a new album out called Dark Night Of The Soul. Please enjoy this archived program following his EP, Blue Light, in anticipation of White Buffalo. The podcast at the bottom of this page is still one of our most popular. –SS Jimbo Mathus describes himself as “original,” a […]

By February 17, 2014 2 Comments Read More →