Monthly Archives: July 2018

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Sons Of The East – 7/23/18

    This week a fun trio from Australia called Sons Of The East, join us as our in-studio guests. Formed in Sydney in 2011, school friends Nic Johnston, Dan Wallage and Jack Rollins play a roots folk/rock blend, RIYL Mumford & Sons and CSNY. Currently, the band is working on a full length follow-up to a

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    This Week’s Show (#1228): Week of 7/23/18

      Segment One: Classic Kinks, new Ray Davies (and news of the reunion), The Jayhawks, India Arie and Bobby McFerrin here five years ago. Segment Two: A beautiful Hendrix cover from Charles Lloyd and Lucinda Williams and an in-studio visit with Sons Of The East. Segment Three: Cautious Clay, new Old Crow Medicine Show and Judith Owen live

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      Jade Bird @ The Leon Loft – 7/16/18

        One of the year’s most exciting new talents, Jade Bird, drops by The Leon Loft for a session as our in-studio guest. A veteran writer and performer at age 20, this BRIT School grad made her debut with an EP called “Something American” last year, and will release her full length debut later this year.

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        This Week’s Show (#1227): Week of 7/16/18

          Segment One: Daniel Caesar and H.E.R., new Frank Turner, album #3 from Luluc, the late Richard Swift and Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal live here in 2014. Segment Two: The new sound of Milk Carton Kids and an in-studio visit with Jade Bird at The Leon Loft. Segment Three: Folk-soul from Canada’s AHI, and revisiting some great

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          Judith Owen (and Lee Sklar) – 7/9/18

            We welcome back Judith Owen, and bass player Lee Sklar, as our guests this week. After 20+ years releasing her own music, Judith has created her first album of interpretations called “RedisCOVERed.” Judith and Lee completely re-work the songs of Drake, late-era Joni Mitchell, and a couple of 70’s pop classics that will make you

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            This Week’s Show (#1226): Week of 7/9/18

              Segment One: New music from Ray Lamontagne and  Priscilla Renea, plus Cowboy Junkies now and then. Segment Two: A 40 year old song covered by Twisted Pine and an in-studio guests Judith Owen and Lee Sklar. Segment Three: New British folk from Olivia Chaney, Sir Paul McCartney, Haley Heynderickx and X Ambassadors live here. Segment Four: Houstonians Lyle

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              Eric Erdman – 7/2/18

                Mobile Alabama songwriter Eric Erdman is our guest this week, playing songs from his latest album “It’s Not Like You Don’t Know Me.” Working in the southeast for 20 years, writing for Rick Hall in Muscle Shoals and with friends in Nashville, Eric wanted his 4th album to be a proud product of his home

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                This Week’s Show (#1225): Week of 7/2/18

                  Segment One: Politics from Regina Spektor live here, new soul from The James Hunter Six and Leon Bridges, I’m With Her and John Mayer here in ’01. Segment Two: Cautious Clay stripped down and an in-studio visit with Eric Erdman. Segment Three: Milk Carton Kids and Joan Baez with new sounds, Father John Mistyin his palace and

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