Artifacts related to the history, geography, folklore, and cultural heritage of the United States of America
The guys took a day off to celebrate the 4th of July -- and what better time to share a classic episode about another (very strange) form of patriotism? At the close the US Civil War, tens of thousands of former Confederate families fled the US for a small city in Brazil, where they sought to continue living as they had in the days before the war. Tune in to learn more about the strange history of Americana, Brazil. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One from the Archives... Recorded live on July 1st, 2021 Two people making music on the fly… Bugs In The Basement creates improvised musical journeys from an array of vintage and handmade instruments to modern technologies. Recorded live from our basement studio in the Pacific Northwest, each week we experiment in the process of making exploratory music and soundscapes. Unmixed, unedited and unapologetic. www.bugsinthebasement.com
PART ONE:Paul and Scott chat about the canonical playlist that's part of every Independence Day fireworks display, the time Scott accidentally hit Lee Greenwood in the face with a water balloon, and how our Patreon supporters can get the chance to get their hands on one of the very first copies of Dave Alvin's forthcoming book New Highway. PART TWO:Our in-depth interview with "Fourth of July" composer Dave Alvin on the Fourth of July! ABOUT DAVE ALVIN:Grammy-winning artist, musician, songwriter, poet, and roots music pioneer Dave Alvin launched his professional career when he and his brother Phil founded the Downey, California, based group The Blasters. Blending rockabilly and R&B, Dave became the band's primary songwriter, penning classics such as “Marie, Marie,” “American Music,” “Border Radio,” “Jubilee Train,” “Little Honey,” “Dark Night,” and “Long White Cadillac,” which later became a Top 40 country hit for Dwight Yoakam. After a brief stint as a member of the band X, Dave launched a solo career and continued to craft critically-acclaimed songs that defy genre, including “Fourth of July,” “Haley's Comet,” “Dry River,” “King of California,” “Abilene,” “Ashgrove,” “Harlan County Line,” “Johnny Ace is Dead,” and “Downey to Lubbock,” a collaboration with Jimmie Dale Gilmore. Dave's songs have been covered by Los Lobos, Little Milton, Buckwheat Zydeko, Shakin' Stevens, Joe Ely, Robert Earl Keen, James McMurtry, and others. Additionally, his music has been featured on a number of TV soundtracks, including Justified and The Sopranos.
What is America really about? What is the reality of the American Dream? In this thoughtful episode of the Morning Motivation Podcast, Michael talks about the truth behind what America promises and encourages you to consider what opportunities America holds for you. Americana by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3361-americana License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Mentioned in this episode: Get my MP3 I have read The Guy Who Knows a Guy into audio format on MP3, and I want to give it to you. Go to https://www.guywhoknowsaguy.com, give me your email, and I'll send it right out. May22 Power5 Check out the Power5 Podcast and get updates of new episodes at https://www.guywhoknowsaguy.com/power5
Em 4 de julho de 1776 foi proclamada a Independência dos Estados Unidos da América – comumente chamada de "Revolução Americana" nos EUA –, um agrupamento de treze ex-colônias inglesas no leste do continente americano. Essa independência, além de fundar o que hoje é a principal potência mundial, serviu de inspiração para diversas outras independências no continente americano, abrindo um precedente para noções iluministas, mas mantendo uma série de contradições do período que barravam o avanço de direitos para determinados grupos sociais. A guerra que levou a esse processo e o consolidou, resistindo às tentativas inglesas de reverte-lo, foi sendo cada vez mais romantizada com o passar dos anos e até hoje faz parte do léxico de diferentes grupos políticos. Convidamos o Prof. Arthur Lima de Avila para nos contar como ocorreu a Independência dos Estados Unidos, com participação especial do Prof. Vitor Soares, do podcast História em Meia Hora.
It's all scary Americana in this Independence Day episode! First, Carter takes us to Mount Vernon for some presidential overkill when George Washington dies a violent death and nearly becomes the first President to turn into a zombie. Then, Marissa takes us on a romantic getaway where a rowboat, a tennis racket, and a pregnant mistress try to find “A Place in the Sun” but end with the tragic murder of Grace Brown.
On a special episode of Jrodconcerts: The Podcast, we are back from Eau Claire Wisconsin, home of the Blue Ox Music Festival for the 2022 edition. Joining us from the beautiful festival grounds are friends of our show and fellow Nashvillians Daniel Donato (Singer, Songwriter & Guitar Player), Mason Via of Old Crow Medicine Show (Multi-Instrumentalist), and Will McGee (Singer & Bass Player). With Daniel and Will, the fascinating conversation includes topics such as the art of staying in peak performance form, health, treating your bandmates like family, and more. With the mega talented Mason Via, we chat about performing with Old Crown Medicine Show, the new songs, the new cosmic Americana side project, and lots more. Special thank you to Karen Wells Verlander and the team at Blue Ox Music Festival for having us over. We encourage music fans and you our audience to visit this special gathering in their next editions. Check out the website www.blueoxmusicfestival.com for more information.
Weekly radio show hosted by The Minster and DJ Brad featuring music and fun from the 50's to the present with ever changing themes. Every Saturday from Noon – 2 Live! This week, DJ Brad spins some favorites from the 1990's and in the second hour the Minster celebrates the upcoming 4th Of July holiday with a salute to Americana. For the best listening experience and optimum audio quality, wear headphones while listening to Classic TBR.
It's catch-up time. This Invisible Folk Club radio show went out live to five community stations across England and Europe. Jon Bickley presents the show, Steve Yarwood is Producer. Nothing in the broad church of trad folk, roots or Americana is off limits, there are so many shades. We have legendary singer/songwriters, we have rising stars, we have new music, we have lots of quality from our own network both in the UK and across the Globe. Something for everybody every week. https://invisiblefolkclub.com/ has a listening guide to our show PLAYLIST: Lizzy Hardingham - Pendle Hill OXLIP - Siúil a Rún Tamsin Elliott - I Dreamed I Was An Eagle Rod Picott - Revenuer Lewis Wood - Soup Of The Night Brooks Williams & Aaron Catlow - Ready For The Times To Get Better Anna Tam - A Stitch In Time Brendan Farrell - Back to Life Chris Stanley - Canyonlands Trampled by Turtles - It's So Hard To Hold On Val Hudson - Walk With Me Darlingside - My Gal, My Guy Grace Petrie - Storm to Weather Soiree ft Sue Graves - Joy Hal Leonard Choral - Green Man
Adam, Joanna, and Zach discuss brands that heavily brand themselves with American flag imagery - does that bring in more consumers than it might alienate? Then, they taste one of the brands that most leans into its American roots, Budweiser. Please remember to subscribe to, rate, and review VinePair on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your episodes, and send any questions, comments, critiques, or suggestions to email@example.com. Thanks for listening, and be well. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Vacation time and the weather's been good, could one ask for more? Well, if you need some killer tunes penetrating your skull, look no further. On the playlist you'll find some punk, hard rock, ska, alternative, D-Beat and Americana. Enjoy!
We had the pleasure of interviewing William Beckmann over Zoom video.William Beckmann, the bilingual country crooner who is releasing his new album Faded Memories.Hailing from the border town of Del Rio, TX, William was raised on both classic country and the Norteño sounds of northern Mexico. He delivers a blend of vintage country, Americana and Latin music in a timeless baritone that sounds right at home with country legends well beyond his years. His latest single “Danced All Night Long” is a Latin country love song that's been hailed by American Songwriter and Billboard, who said "The bilingual track highlights his smooth vocal, with nods to George Strait, while breezes of horns and acoustic guitar propel this country waltz.” William has also released several other singles off the new album, including the slow-burn “Bourbon Whiskey,” a mesmerizing cover of Bruce Springsteen's “I'm On Fire” and my personal fave, the haunting “In The Dark,” which was praised by CMT. Folks like Randy Rogers and fellow Del Rio native Radney Foster have already taken notice of William, both mentoring and working with him in various capacities over the last couple years. He spent most of last year touring with Parker McCollum, Randy Rogers Band, Wade Bowen, etc, and he's already amassed an incredible fanbase, independently garnering more than 41k followers across socials, 450k TikTok followers and over 1M streams.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #WilliamBeckmann #FadedMemories #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Giulia Millanta is the best Americana singer from Italy you could ever hope to encounter. She's been in the USA, in Austin, TX, for the past 10 years or so, and she seems to be producing endless riches of music, 8 albums to-date. While her talent & craft are impeccable, it is her heart-and-soul touching lyrics and voice that make her a memorable treat for all who are blessed to hear her perform.
It's Independence Day weekend and what better way to celebrate Americana than reviewing a bullshit movie that half of Americans think contains actual science. We're talking about that shithole NYC freezing over in Roland Emmerich's pile of shit The Day After Tomorrow
July 2022s edition of BLUES TIME. PLAYLIST: ARTIST - ALBUM - TRACK. 1 The Strongman Blues Remedy - Hard Luck. 2 Brad Guitar Wilson - Ballad Of John Lee. 3 Robert Billard and The Cold Calls - Stop - Groove. 4 Janiva Magness - Hard to Kill - Dont You Forget About Me. 5 Dana Fuchs - Borrowed Time - Last to Know. 6 The Hungry Williams - Brand New Thing - Brand New Thing. 7 The Nighthawks - Established 1972 - Aint That Lovin You. 8 Charlie Musselwhite - Mississippi Son - Drifting From Town To Town. 9 The Sully Band - Let's Straighten It Out. 10 Misty Blues - The Hate. 11 Mudlow - Bad Turn - Lower Than Mud. 12 Sass Jordan - Bitches Blues - Change Is Coming. 13 Eliza Neals - Badder to the Bone - Cant Find My Way Home. 14 Katie Henry - On My Way - Got me good. 15 Mississippi Heat - Madeleine - Ridin on a hit. 16 The Black Keys - Dropout Boogie - Good Love. Size: 150 MB (158,235,628 bytes) Duration: 1:05:54
The man who once told us he loved us from the bottom of his pencil case, founder Beautiful South member Dave Hemingway returns with his new band SUNBIRDS playing Stockport – The Spinning Top on Friday 1st July 2022. Having retired from the live scene at the back end of 2016, Dave has been keeping busy with erstwhile South colleague, guitarist/songwriter Phil Barton, discovery singer/violinist Laura Wilcockson and drummer Marc Parnell.'Cool To Be Kind' was released in November 2020, on the independent label Nectar Records signalling the arrival of Sunbirds with new songs and a new sound.Although born and bred in England, the band's sound predominantly features the instrumentation of traditional American roots music combined with the occasional outburst of guitar-heavy melody more associated with Seattle in the late 80's/early 90s.However, you can only sing about what you know."Although a lot of the songs have an Americana feel," says Dave "they're still about life in England. You'll feel a bit daft singing about pick-up trucks and low-down honky-tonks when you live in Yorkshire." Their debut album produced by cult producer Teo Miller captures truthful, open-hearted, funny and sometimes painfully honest songs, turning the page to a new chapter for Dave Hemingway and The Beautiful South story.'Cool To Be Kind' is the result of a few transitional years in Dave and Phil's worlds. It tells tales that cover contemporary themes and age-old matters of the heart and soul - all viewed through the bottom of a recently drained pint glass. "Now we're Sunbirds we're free to dig a little deeper into ourselves", says Phil "having said that, there's no exact science here, we're just enjoying ourselves and expressing whatever we want whether it's about love, longing, depression or Gary Lineker's crisp adverts". "Cool To Be Kind is a must-have album which helps us forget the pandemic and lust after the days where this amazing new band can deliver their songs live" - UK Music Reviews"A highpoint of its roomier rosterWe Are Cult"Appealingly understated songwriting" - Classic Pop Magazine"An album with warmth to spare" - MOJO Magazine Sunbirds 'Cool To Be Kind' debut album is out now available on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Amazon UK & Music, all HMV stores and via the website - www.sunbirds.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become at member at: https://plus.acast.com/s/tobyonathursday.
Yael Averbuch West hosts Portland Thorns and USWNT figure Becky Sauerbrunn for the latest episode of Football Americana. The iconic player revealed her take on the future of the NWSL and which players she thinks will become revolutionary. Sauerburnn also explained the CBA, and the impact it may have on future players everywhere. Tune in to hear the latest on US sports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's show, we... vent about the overturning of Roe v.. Wade spend quality time with new records from Fantastic Negrito, Angel Olsen, The Black Keys & Drive-By Truckers spin fresh tracks from Pixies, Dry Cleaning & Titus Andronicus All this and much, much less!Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
Celebrate the July 4th long weekend with Nightmare on Film Street as they discuss James DeMonaco's patriotic bloodbath The Purge: Election Year. If hotdogs, fireworks, and cheap beer aren't your vibe, join your horror hosts Jon and Kim for 12 hours of unregulated, unrestricted horror where all crime is legal, including murder! We're "releasing the beast" this week as we close out another explosive double-feature of Americana horror-ama. Joinn usss.. // SUPPORT THE SHOW // Nightmare on Film Street is a labor of love - and Terror! Support us on Patreon at www.nofspodcast.com/fiendclub to unlock frightfully good rewards; like shoutouts on the show and social media, access to our episode archive, producer credits, bonus episodes, and much more! This week, Fiend Club members have instant access to Nightmare on Film Street's Never Sleep Again podcast series, reviewing the entire A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise in one gigantic 39-hour recording session! 9 Movies. 9 Podcasts. No Sleep. Come To Freddy
We had the pleasure of interviewing Josh Lovelace of Young Folks and NEEDTOBREATHE over Zoom video.Moonwalking, Young Folk's (aka Josh Lovelace) third release, is a modern pop infused take on his unique brand of family style Americana. The album features ten brand new songs created to spark imagination and happiness. Lovelace, a member of the Grammy nominated rock band NEEDTOBREATHE, released his debut family album Young Folk in 2017 and followed that with the rave reviewed Growing Up in 2019. After five years of creating a unique space in the kids and family scene, this will be his first release under the moniker Young Folk. A lifelong appreciator of kid's music, on Moonwalking he illustrates why it's more important than ever to create a space where thoughtful content is being made just for today's youth. Young Folk sets out to provide a warm and welcoming place for families to connect, unwind, laugh and enjoy each other. After spending more time at home and less on the road these past couple years, Lovelace was blessed with the opportunity be fully immersed in his family life, inspiring this collection. These new songs come from those real life moments where you slow down, take a look around and see the world through your child's eyes. Both tender and sometimes silly, it's a slice of life captured in memorable songs and relatable lyrics all delivered with his kind and gentle voice. Self-produced and recorded in his studio in Knoxville, Tennessee, Moonwalking provides a perfect playlist for family time. About Young Folk:Josh Lovelace (aka Young Folk), singer-songwriter and member of the Grammy nominated rock band NEEDTOBREATHE, released his first family album Young Folk in 2017 followed by Growing Up in 2019. His albums have received Parents' Choice and NAPPA awards and he has been a featured at NPR, Billboard, Southern Living, Paste, Parade, Huff Post as well as many other national and local news outlets. Josh Lovelace lives in Knoxville, Tennessee with his wife Whitney and two kids, Henry & Margo. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #JoshLovelace #NEEDTOBREATHE #YoungFolk #Moonwalking #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Charming Disaster is a goth-folk musical duo based in Brooklyn, NY, formed in 2012 by Ellia Bisker and Jeff Morris. Inspired by the macabre humor of Edward Gorey and Tim Burton, the murder ballads of the Americana tradition, and the dramatic flair of the cabaret, they write songs that tell stories about death, crime, myth, magic, folklore, science, and the occult. Their new album, the Marie Curie-inspired Our Lady of Radium, is out now on vinyl, CD, and all digital platforms. Charming Disaster's Info https://www.charmingdisaster.com https://www.facebook.com/charmingdisa... https://www.instagram.com/charmingdis... https://www.youtube.com/user/Charming...
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by coon hunter, Jacob Heumphreus. From more strict trespassing laws to the fur trade becoming obsolete, coon hunting is a fading piece of Americana. The guys discuss the art behind running hounds for raccoons and why the population of coon hunters is dwindling, the makings of a good hound dog, and what's the craziest thing he's found while running hounds in the woods.
Episode #430 - Most Americana at Disney World In this week's episode of the WDW Beyond the Gates podcast, Mike & Gary discuss the resorts, restaurants and attractions that feel the most American to them. Happy 4th of July and thank for listening, Mike & Gary
A nova temporada do Faxina Podcast vai tirar de debaixo do tapete cidades e colocá-las no mapa. Nós vamos te levar para cidades que talvez você nunca tenha ouvido falar; cidades que talvez você não encontre facilmente no mapa, mas não te preocupa porque a gente vai te ajudar a se localizar. E juntos a gente vai construir CARTOGRAFIAS DE MIGRAÇÕES. No Episódio 1 “Resplendor em Peabody” nós vamos conhecer uma pequena cidade Americana que tem dentro dela uma pequena cidade Brasileira. Créditos: Produção, Roteiro e Edição: Heloiza Barbosa Assistência de Roteiro: Valquiria Gouvea, Jessica Almeida e Vinícius Luiz Trilha sonora original: Paulo Pinheiro Trilha Adicional: Blue Dot Sessions, Carlos Papel, Wagner Tiso, Alexandre Bateiras Mixagem e Design de Som: Paulo Pinheiro Ilustrações e Animações: Natália Gregorini e Vinicius Cruz Midia Social:Nick Magalhães Essa temporada é parcialmente financiada pelo departamento de Arts and Culture da cidade de Somerville Apoie o FAXINA Podcast no site do https://apoia.se/faxinapodcast (https://apoia.se/faxinapodcast) E no https://www.gofundme.com/f/faxina-podcast-ignored-stories-of-housecleaners (https://www.gofundme.com/f/faxina-podcast-ignored-stories-of-housecleaners) Segue a gente em todas as mídias sociais @faxinapodcast E escreve pra gente no firstname.lastname@example.org Até o próximo episódio! Tchau!!!
On this episode of the Jersey Beat podcast... Mikey Erg - Heartbreak No. 53 Venomous Pinks - We Do It Better Up For Nothing - Escape Route Human Adult Band - Peace To You Sister, The Young Rochelles - Interstellar Communication The Bleeding Hearts - Gone Permanent Mistakes - 35 Burnout The Happy Fits - Changes Spygenius - I Dig Your New Robes, Pierre Brad Marino - Sad & Lonely Nights The Royal Podencos - Maybe The Legendary Swagger - She Drive-By Truckers - Welcome To Club XIII James Calleo - Pickles Jason Didner - This Man's Eyes Shane Cooley - Stellay Ray Abbie Gardner - Honky Tonk Song GRIM DEEDS - Unreliable Narrator Semantics - Get In The Car SACK - I Hate Brian Wilson Screeching Weasel - Any Minute NMow
Scripture Reading: Luke 9:51-62 Sermon: "Don't Look Back” by Rev. Russell Rathbun House of Mercy Church in St. Paul, Minnesota is an intellectually curious, artistically forward, community--called the best church for non-churchgoers by the City Pages. House of Mercy's weekly service includes award-winning sermons, always intriguing guests playing the best in country gospel/Americana music, and regular offerings from the hardest working band in the church band business: The Mercy Machine. Find us at houseofmercy.org Contact us at email@example.com Donate at tinyurl.com/Donate-to-HOM
Americana, Roots, Country, Folk and Acoustic music. Featured Artists . New and classic tracks.Episode includes tracks by Show of Hands, Janis Ian, Brandy Clark and Erin Rae.Also Joshua Hedley is featured.Presented by Stephen Egan in Dublin.
Salty Dog's POSTER Podcast, June 2022 Visit: www.salty.com.au We're pasting up the shingle for blues and roots Dawgr's! On the POSTER show a mess of cool tunes for ya. Cuts from Sweet Talk, Alvin Youngblood Hart, G. Love, T.K. Reeve, Carey Bell, Christina Vane, Dana Fuchs, Jen Mize, Django Blackheart, Alison Krauss, Chris Knight, Jeffery Martin, John Fogerty, Laura Rain, Memphissippi Sounds, Paulie Bignell, Buddy Guy, Tony Furtado, Widespread Panic, Grana Louise, Delvon Lamarr, Donovan Frankenreiter, Les McCann. ----------- ARTIST / TRACK / ALBUM ** Australia 1. ** Superman / Sweet Talk / Single Release 2. Alvin Youngblood Hart / In My Time of Drying / Motivational Speaker 3. G. Love w. Sharde Thomas / If My Mind Don't Change / Philadelphia Mississippi 4. ** T.K. Reeve / All My Troubles Melt Away / Pay No Mind 5. Carey Bell / Deep Down South / This Is The Blues Harmonica 6. Christina Vane / Strange Times / Make Myself Me Again 7. Dana Fuchs / Climb Over / Broken Down Acoustic Sessions 8. ** Jen Mize and Rough and Tumble / Elevator Ride / Pre release 9. ** Django Blackheart / Dreams I Had / Blues Roots and Other Fruits 10. Alison Krauss / Dust Bowl Children / Paper Airplane 11. Chris Knight / The Jealous Kind / The Jealous Kind 12. Jeffery Martin / Long Gone Now / One Go Around 13. John Fogerty / Walking In A Hurricane / Blue Moon Swamp 14. Laura Rain and the Caesars / I Pity The Fool / 2012 Demo 15. Memphissippi Sounds / I'm Mad / Welcome To The Land 16. ** Paulie Bignell and the Thornbury Two / I Only Do It With Boots On / Express Elevator 17. Buddy Guy / My Time After Awhile (Live) / Buddy's Badest 18. Tony Furtado / Doc's Bogg / These Chains 19. Widespread Panic / Jaded Tourist / Dirty Side Down 20. Grana Louise / Learning How To Cheat On You / Gettin' Kinda Rough! 21. Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio / Fried Soul / Fried Soul 22. Donovan Frankenreiter / That's Too Bad / Love Letter from Hawaii (Live In Studio) 23. Les McCann / Burning Coal / Much Les
Scripture Reading: Romans 5:1-5 Sermon: "Romans 5:1-5” by Rev. Debbie Blue House of Mercy Church in St. Paul, Minnesota is an intellectually curious, artistically forward, community--called the best church for non-churchgoers by the City Pages. House of Mercy's weekly service includes award-winning sermons, always intriguing guests playing the best in country gospel/Americana music, and regular offerings from the hardest working band in the church band business: The Mercy Machine. Find us at houseofmercy.org Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Donate at tinyurl.com/Donate-to-HOM
I am beyond excited to introduce you to this latest episode. I am joined by writer/director/actor/all-around good human, Ali Khamseh to discuss his favorite Tim Burton film - Edward Scissorhands (1990). We take a deep dive into Tim Burton films, Post Modernism, Americana and even save a little room for Jeremy Irons, Dracula and The Cure. Ali also takes a moment to introduce us to his top 10 favorite films as well as a few Iranian films worth exploring: A Taste of Cherry, Holy Spider and The Wind will Carry Us. Enjoy! Edward Scissorhands link IMDB Rotten Tomatoes Ali Khamseh links YouTube Instagram Stamper Cinema links Twitter Instagram Facebook YouTube
The Philadelphia raised troubadour, who has been mixing blues, folk, and hip hop for three decades, stops by the show to talk about early success, 1990s major label deals, and his prolific collaborations with the likes of Jack Johnson, the Avett Brothers, and many others.
Autumn Sky Hall is an amazing and astounding - and young - folk/Americana singer/songwriter hailing from Sacramento, CA, complete with an enchanting & versatile voice, dancing guitar fingers, and emotionally compelling lyrics. Autumn pours her inner experience and growth through her songs so that to hear her is to know her and the human condition better.
Since the Beatles showed up with a built-in songwriting team, bands have always had those members who practised the mysterious art of creating and arranging compositions rather than relying on outside professionals to do that for them. Of course, even those great songsmiths liked to take a break and release an album of music that inspired them to pick up the quill and ink in the first place – Bowie's “Pinups”, Patti Smith's “12”, John Lennon's “Rock n Roll” (maybe more for contractual obligations, but still...) Now we can add Australian songwriter John Kennedy's “Raining Treasure” to that mix. Welcome to episode 158 of Love That Album. John's been making great records since the 1980s with his bands like John Kennedy's Love Gone Wrong and JFK and the Cuban Crisis. His music has always had an Americana flavour to it, and he writes wonderful tales of life in Sydney. His 2017 album JFK and the Midlife Crisis was a concept album about a middle aged musician recalling his times younger days in Sydney working in the indie music scene and where he now sees himself. In 2019, this led to the idea of recording an album of covers from fellow travellers in Australian independent music of the 70s and 80s, “Raining Treasure – Australian Indie Gold Covers Vol.1”.In 2022, John and his band The '68 Comeback Special have released a second volume, “Raining Treasure – More Australian Indie Gold Covers Vol.2” with their interpretations of songs from The Scientists, Weddings Parties Anything, Radio Birdman, and (in an extension of the definition of “independent”) The Angels (aka Angel City in the US). These are not carbon copies of their originals – the gents put deep thought into the arrangements of these songs, and the results in some cases show a greater musical alignment with the lyrics. I met up with John Kennedy and Peter Timmerman from the band to discuss these great albums. Tales are also told of the oppressiveness of Queensland under the Bjelke-Petersen government, John's “Sex Pistols” moment meeting the Go Betweens, and whether it's appropriate for an audience to chant during a cover of THAT Angels song. If you're a fan of Kennedy, you won't want to miss this. If you're unfamiliar with his work, you're in for a treat. You can stream the Raining Treasure albums from the usual places OR get a physical copies of the CDs from https://www.thegroovemerchants.com/Product/106392?fbclid=IwAR0x6jxrn6V3nds5OV4EcVGER_pkmkSQrG6KqBUplMqxLWP4JKDY2-wREP4 If you want to do a compare and contrast with the originals, I've created a YouTube playlist:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUPF49t_p_U&list=PLvosm3nd-62VG0NoFR3x8jhoMgPBkcm51 Download this episode of LTA from your podcast app of choice. The wider back catalogue of episodes can also be found at http://lovethatalbumpodcast.blogspot.com Love That Album is proudly part of the Pantheon Podcast network. Go to http://pantheonpodcasts.com to check out all their great shows. You can send me feedback at email@example.com (written or mp3 voicemail) or join the Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lovethatalbum If you'd consider writing an iTunes review I'd be immensely grateful. However, it'd be even better if you told a friend about the podcast and Pantheon – at a barbecue, over coffee, on social media….whatever way you choose, consider me grateful. Proudly Pantheon.
For the better part of two decades, the Tuscon-based desert-noir band Calexico has been making Mariachi- and Cumbia-laced expansive Americana. For their 2018 record, The Thread That Keeps Us, they explore the dual nature of anxiety and hope in these volatile times with some romance and gritty dread. The band joins us to play some of these songs in our studio. (From the Archives.) Their 2022 album, El Mirador, just out this past April, is "a hopeful, kaleidoscopic beacon of rock, bluesy ruminations and Latin American sounds" (YouTube.) Set List: The End of the World With You Voices in the Field Under the Wheels
Scripture Reading: John 14:8-17 Sermon: "John 14:8-18” by Rev. Russell Rathbun House of Mercy Church in St. Paul, Minnesota is an intellectually curious, artistically forward, community--called the best church for non-churchgoers by the City Pages. House of Mercy's weekly service includes award-winning sermons, always intriguing guests playing the best in country gospel/Americana music, and regular offerings from the hardest working band in the church band business: The Mercy Machine. Find us at houseofmercy.org Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Donate at tinyurl.com/Donate-to-HOM
Brian and Phil are joined by Phil's better half Jackie (in her long overdue debut on the show) to talk about July at the New Beverly! It's going to be a sizzling summer of spectacular cinema with the New Bev's July Lineup - including Americana galore! Check out all things New Beverly here: https://thenewbev.com/ You can help support this Pure Cinema by going to: https://www.patreon.com/purecinemapod
We've put the "Gone Fishing" sign up here at Spot Lyte On… as we wrap up Season 6 and get things ready for the next one. But that doesn't mean we want you to miss out on your weekly dose of LP's conversations with his fascinating guests. So we'll be featuring a few "best of" Spot Lyte On… episodes over the next few weeks.James Felice of the Felice Brothers joins LP to talk about growing up in upstate NY, the early days of the band, and the story behind their latest record, "From Dreams to Dust."The Felice Brothers, Ian (guitar and lead vocals) and James (multi-instrumentalist and vocals) hail from the Catskills, NY, where their early songs echoed off subway walls and kept company with travelers and vagrants. Their current lineup, with the addition of bassist and inaugural female Felice member Jesske Hume (Conor Oberst, Jade Bird) and drummer Will Lawrence (also a singer/songwriter) as their rhythm section, promises to be the best yet. Nathaniel Walcott (trumpet) and Mike Mogis (pedal steel player) act as an accompaniment throughout the tracks, the latter of whom mixed From Dreams to Dust, which was produced by The Felice Brothers. A folk-Americana-rock-country band with deep roots in varied genres, The Felice Brothers are what Rolling Stone lauds as “musician's musicians” and poets. Indeed, Ian has proven his pedigree as a poet with the publication of his limited-edition collection of poetry Hotel Swampland (2017).They are known by fans for their catchy tunes like “Frankie's Gun,” “Love Me Tenderly,” “Cherry Licorice,” and “Lion” and, more recently, 2019's “Undress” and “Special Announcement,” but they offer much more than a great sound. Seamlessly interweaving bizarre catalogs of literary and pop-culture references with vivid portrayals of life and its kaleidoscope of tragedies and hopes, their lyrics and dazzling musical accompaniment not only sound good but demand introspection. Some of the themes that run through their music, as Ian states, “are perennial” and are centered around “searching for something or transformation.” Others explore “characters trying to achieve some ideal they're striving for” or who are “being weighed down by reality.”
This episode our interview guests are stand-up comics Grady Pruitt and Nick Palermo and, our musical feature is Brandon Padier. Brandon Padier is an incredible singer/songwriter from San Antonio, TX and we feature music from his 2020 album, Brothers of the Flood. Grady Pruitt is a hilarious stand-up comic from Houston, TX and is currently residing in New York. We play a clip of his stand-up and then roll right into his interview. Enjoy!
In honor of July 4th, we pay tribute to the boldest stripes, the brightest stars, and the bravest hearts of our Great Republic (?). From Realtree and Lana Del Rey to Kapital and William Bradford, we wander the vast spectrum of Americana in our contemporary culture. Official Texas state historian Light Townsend Cummins unpacks the archetype of the cowboy for Sam, Alexi announces her political candidacy, Biz destigmatizes the hot dog, and much, much more!‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵‿Image board: https://pin.it/6OIv11ULinks: -GQ on the Rise of Realtreehttps://www.gq.com/story/rise-of-realtree--"Homos on the Range" https://truewestmagazine.com/old-west-homosexuality-homos-on-the-range/-Vanity Fair on the New Right https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2022/04/inside-the-new-right-where-peter-thiel-is-placing-his-biggest-bets -Books by Light Townsend Cumminshttps://www.amazon.com/History-Light-Townsend-Cummins-Books/s?rh=n%3A9%2Cp_27%3ALight+Townsend+Cummins
This week Leah is telling us a little ditty about a boy who grew up and Indiana and loved it more than anything- John Cougar Mellencamp. He went on to write some of the most beloved and recognizable Americana songs that still play on the radio today. It's also episode 69 for us. Nice. Show Notes and Images: https://shewillrockyou.com/2022/06/22/episode-69-hurts-so-good-john-mellencamp/ Visit Our Website: https://www.shewillrockyou.com Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shewillrockyoupodcast Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shewillrockyoupodcast Shop Our Merchandise: https://she-will-rock-you.creator-spring.com/ About the Show: The goal of She Will Rock You has always been to educate our listeners. Whether that is about a classic rock artist or a new and emerging artist. We want to help promote new rock artists, especially those who are women or minorities. Rock and roll is not dead, and we aim to do everything that we can to spread the love. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/she-will-rock-you/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/she-will-rock-you/support
Ethel Cain - Hard Times - from the 2022 album Preacher's Daughter on Daughters of Cain Records The album title Preacher's Daughter is on point for 24-year-old artist Ethel Cain.Raised and home-schooled in a tight-knit Southern Baptist community where her father served as deacon and her mother sang in the church choir, Cain (legal name: Hayden Silas Anhedönia after a name-change at age 20) struggled against her conservative upbringing. At the age of 12, she came out as gay to her mom, and was sent to religious therapy. “My therapist was the first person in my whole life to ever tell me I wasn't going to hell,” she told theNew York Times. “I guess she didn't understand the assignment.” On her debut album, she explores the gothic Americana of her southern roots, with dark lyrics tapping into her difficult adolescence and love of horror films. “I love overkill — I'm nothing if not dramatic,” Cain continued. “It's over-the-top American melodrama, it's Thelma & Louise and the most ridiculous, psychotic, psychedelic things.” Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Please be aware the stories, theories, re-enactments and language in this podcast are of an adult nature and can be considered disturbing, frightening and in some cases even offensive. Listener Discretion is therefore advised. Welcome heathens welcome to the world of the weird and unexplained. I'm your host, Nicole Delacroix and together, we will be investigating stories about the things that go bump in the night, frighteningly imagined creatures, supernatural beings and even some unsolved mysteries but I promise you, all sorts of weirdness. So, sit back, grab your favorite drink, and prepare to be transported to today's dark Enigma.... And on today's Dark enigma well, we have a great listener suggestion, a story I hadn't really heard before so it was delightful looking up a new story! So, with that said, we will still be playing our drinking game and as you know, the drinking game is only for those of us that are at home and have nowhere else to go tonight. The choice of libation, as always my darlings, is yours, so choose your poison accordingly… Alright, now for the game part how about every time I say Black that will be a single shot and every time I say phantom, that will be a double shot. Now that the business end is out of the way we can jump headfirst into today's dark enigma… so don your best sleuthing hat, grab your oversized magnifying glass as we step back in time, to a simpler time as we Conjure Up the Mystery of the Black Phantom of Early Americana A common feature in the world of the strange and paranormal is that of the phantom being. Throughout history there have been various stories, tales, and reports of bizarre, mysterious shadowy figures that seem to lurk just beyond the periphery of our reality, to only make themselves known when they wish to instill terror within our hearts. These shadow people and phantom figures seem to have rooted themselves into our collective consciousness, and they are reported in both reality and myth across cultures.