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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
Category Archives: Music
So my band Coconut and The Duke are kicking off this year’s Boats and Bluegrass festival in Winona, MN. If you are around Southern Minnesota this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Come check your paddle on! Paddlegrass by Coconut and The … Continue reading
But life keeps getting in the way. Stay tuned for a whopper of a post. My inbox overflowest.
The world’s greatest surf-rock band returns with new material Aug. 7th. Supercool! Jet Set track listing: 01. Crime Scene (Danny Amis) 02. Yeah Yeah Yeah (Amis-Angel-Curry-Townson-Willey) 03. New Siberia (Danny Amis) 04. Aerostar (Eddie Angel) 05. Brooklyn Slide (Townson-Angel-Curry-Willey) 06. … Continue reading
Hey readers, sorry it has been a while since I did one of these post things. The Duke has been a busy (and sick) guy. So to make up for some lost time here is a while bunch of good … Continue reading
One of my favorite records from 2011 was “Prologue” from The Milk Carton Kids. They are kind of a cross between Gillian Welch and Simon and Garfunkel. They recently did a superb set for Mountain Stage. Listen here. And then … Continue reading
So everyone is releasing their “best of” lists for 2011. Not that I have read them all. But of all the ones I have read, no where is David Myles’ “Into The Sun”. For my salt, this is the best … Continue reading