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What’s In The CloudAA Bondy Alexander Alexi Murdoch Amos Lee Amy Correia Ani DiFranco April Smith and the Great Picture Show Ben Sollee Black Dub Bob Dylan Cake Clare and The Reasons Coconut and The Duke David Wax Museum Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros Ethan Lipton & His Orchestra First Aid Kit Frazey Ford Greg Brown Guillemots Jazz Week 2010 Josh Ritter Kathleen Edwards Lewis & Clarke Lord Huron Los Lobos Medeski Megafaun Mumford and Sons Philly Folk Fest Ray LaMontagne & The Pariah Dogs Rebekah Higgs Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside Sarah Blasko Sarah Jaffe The Felice Brothers The Gentle Guest The Giving Tree Band The Heavy The Low Anthem The Tallest Man On Earth The Two Man Gentlemen Band The Waifs Those Darlins Work Drugs
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Thanks to the Band Of The day App, I discovered the Leftover Cuties. A four piece band that plays kind of a quasi-French-Hawaii-Americana style. They use ukulele, accordion, piano, trumpet, drums and a lovely female voice to craft some upbeat, … Continue reading
Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst are Shovels & Ropes. They may be the best up-and-coming Americana/folk duo out there right now. They’re getting a lot of radio air play on the stations I frequent. Check ‘em out below.
Canadian jazz-singer-pianist Diana Krall will release her new T-Bone Burnett produced album “Glad Rag Doll” on October 2nd. The album is full of old songs from the 1920s written by Annette Hanshaw. Producer T Bone Burnett said, “We try to … Continue reading
With the holiday weekend fast approaching and the end of summer imminent, we should probably reflect upon the changing seasons and children returning to school. Or we could just listen to some impressive folk-rock from Goodnight, Texas. Their album “A … Continue reading
Everyone’s favorite English soul-reggae-punk-hip-hop-blues-rock band The Heavy will release their 3rd album – The Glorious Dead – on August 21 via Counter Records/Ninja Tune. This should be a great end-of-summer album. Check out the jam below. Listen to “What Makes … Continue reading
I probably got loads of emails about Nik Freitas‘ 2008 album, but I didn’t listen. Not sure why. He’s back in 2011 with “Saturday Night Underwater”. The album drops in June. From what I hear and read, this will be … Continue reading
The Sweetback Sisters are looking for a fight. And I for one, am not going to step into the ring. This band of retro-country-western-punk would surly kick my ass. The sextet makes music your grandparents would have purchased on ’45s … Continue reading
I went to school in Northern Wisconsin, a little over an hour from Duluth, MN. That was the largest town around. When my friends and I needed a break from small time life we would head over there for The … Continue reading