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Steve Earle discusses an upcoming benefit concert for The Kesswell School, which educates children with autism. The 9th Annual John Henry's Friends Benefit Concert will feature Earle, John Mellencamp, and other special guests, and takes place at Town Hall on December 3.
The Pals X Devin Cuddy Episode 245 - Presented By Hardbite Chips. Canadian based and every chip is made with no preservatives, no GMOs, no trans fat, no gluten, no cholesterol! Devin Cuddy is a singer-songwriter born, bred and based in Toronto. After attending York University for Jazz Piano, Devin cut his teeth performing at Toronto's Cameron House, where he was inspired by the local singer-songwriter scene. He began his career alone at the piano, and soon found himself on a national stage on tour with Blue Rodeo; the opening act for his dad, lead singer Jim Cuddy. The Devin Cuddy Band has now released several works under the Cameron House label: JUNO-nominated Volume One (2012), Kitchen Knife (2016), and Amy's Dream EP (2018). His ever-expanding catalogue and charismatic stage presence have garnered a quickly-growing following from coast to coast to coast. He infuses his music with the influences nearest to his heart - Randy Newman, Steve Earle, Jelly Roll Morton and Dr. John to name a few. Follow him at @devincuddy and us @thepalspodcast / @yourpalrick @danigalarneau
Burke chats with legendary music executive Danny Goldberg (Nirvana, Led Zepplin, Allman Brothers, Steve Earle, many more) on this weeks show, recorded live in Las Vegas at the National Conference of Personal Managers Hall of Fame Induction. Visit Danny online at www,dannygoldberg.com The Big Time Talker is sponsored by Speakermatch.com.
This episode was recorded on September 23rd, 2023 at the Franklin Theatre in Franklin, TN. The lineup includes Steve Earle, Elizabeth Cook, Sam Bush, Sarah Lee Guthrie, and Chris Pierce. https://bit.ly/3SwfnlU
Like what you hear? Feel free to support the Show!https://tiptopjar.com/americanapodcastWe have a very special guest in this episode. Today, we're diving into the rich tapestry of the extraordinary songwriter, Gretchen Peters. Growing up next to the legendary Greenwich Village folk scene, before moving to Colorado where she cut her teeth as a performer, and finally settling in Nashville at the height of the traditional country to pop country split in the 90's and early aughts. Peters' story is something that music journalists and authors could only dream of living. And during all this time, she has etched her name into the annals of American music history with her poignant lyrics and haunting melodies.In the early '90s, Peters released her debut album, 'The Secret of Life,' which quickly garnered attention for its lyrical depth and Peters' distinctive, emotive voice. Throughout her illustrious career, Peters has penned songs that resonate with a raw, emotional honesty and capture complexities of the human condition. Her songs have been cut by the likes of Martina McBride and Trisha Yearwood, and has been a longstanding advocate for musician's rights in an increasingly complicated industry that looks more and more like a battleground everyday. Having recently retired from touring, it's time to take stock of Gretchen Peters' immeasurable impact on music. Her dedication to storytelling has earned her a place among the most revered songwriters of our time. So join us today as we speak with Gretchen Peters about her serendipitous career, women's music in country and Americana, and whether or not there really is a difference between being a songwriter and being a performer.
John Lomax III harkens from the first family of American Music Folklore. The Lomaxes have been chronicling and preserving American Folk music for over 100 years and five generations. John was born in New York then moved to Houston, Texas; he studied history at the University of Texas and has worked as a journalist, publicist, author, music distributor, and has managed musicians including Kasey Chambers, Steve Earle, and the late Townes Van Zandt. He has donated archival material that has been exhibited in museums and used in documentaries and is the recipient of the Jo Walker Meador International Award awarded by the Country Music Association. John Lomax lll and his wife currently make their home in Nashville, Tennessee.
1. Errol Dixon With The Blue Beats 2. The Chills 3. Emeli Sande 4. Yard Act 5. The Small Faces 6. Lloyd Cole 7. Midge Marsden 8. Mitski 9. Mink DeVille 10. Mudhoney 11. Supremes 12. Children's Hour 13. Graham Nash 14. XTC 15. Steve Earle 16. Sparks 17. Alice In Chains
"You're the cat on the date!" Mark talked about session mindset with Hall Blaine, vocal arranging for the Fairfield Four, a Meat Puppets session in Pheonix, how to play the right bass note, why your headphones matter, and how to rock online sessions. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: https://MixMasterBundle.com My guest today is Mark Prentice, a Grammy-winning Record Producer, studio musician, music director, and hit songwriter. His versatile and exhaustive music industry resume includes recording and performance credits with renowned County Artists as well as various Internationally known Pop, R&B, and Rock-n-Roll Artists, including: Elvis Costello, John Fogarty, Jonathan Cain, Desmond Child, The Fairfield Four, Steve Earle, Lyle Lovett, BJ Thomas, Frankie Miller, Delbert McClinton, Ricky Skaggs, Olivia Newton-John, Amy Grant, Vince Gill, Johnny Cash, Don McLean, Crystal Gayle, Kevin Griffin (Better Than Ezra), Jennifer Nettles, Michael McDonald, Bruce Springsteen, Steven Van Zandt, Bruce Hornsby, Felix Cavaliere, The Young Rascals, Charley Pride, Allison Morer, Sam Moore, Billy Preston, Ben E. King, Michelle Wright, Jennifer Hanson, John Oates, Pat Boone, Patti Page, Lady Antebellum, Rodney Atkins, Chuck Wicks, Paulette Carlson, Bruce Cockburn, Holly Williams, Bo Diddley, Mitch Ryder, others. I met Mark in the past couple years through mutual friends who gather to talk about music, life, and what the hell just happened to music and the world recently, and when I was invited to the annual Christmas party and saw how Mark could sit at the piano and play any song just by thinking about how should probably go I knew I was in the company of some serious musical talent. THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com https://lewitt.link/rockstars https://www.Spectra1964.com https://MacSales.com/rockstars https://iZotope.com use code ROCK10 to get 10% off any individual plugin https://www.adam-audio.com https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy https://www.thetoyboxstudio.com/ Listen to this guest's discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5Bdoweo1QEdVyVgujuNUEJ?si=918f4c2d24e54c8d If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: https://RSRockstars.com/421
“If Steve Earle weren't a living, breathing person, he'd be a character in a blues song,” observed a reviewer. Earle is foremost a musician, one who started out in Nashville as a songwriter. Along the way, this self-proclaimed “hardcore troubadour,” has been married seven times, conquered drug addiction, did a stint in jail, and lost nearly everything as he fed that addiction. But in the end, the power of music won through. Today, Earle is known for his accomplished musicianship, his way with lyrics, and his outspoken politics. He's won buckets of awards, including three Grammys, recorded 22 albums, and his song, “Copperhead Road,” has become the official state song of Tennessee. Earle is in town for the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival which he will be headlining. We'll talk to Earle about his songwriting, his music, and hear him sing some tunes. Guests: Steve Earle, singer, songwriter. Earle has received three Grammy awards for his folk albums. He will be appearing that Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Francisco. Mick Hellman, drummer for the Go to Hell Man Band, the Wreckless Strangers and Marco & the Polos; founder and managing partner, HMI Capital. Hellman's father, Warren Hellman, founded the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival.
As a native of small-town Kentucky who's influences range from Dwight Yoakam and Steve Earle to classic rock, Gospel, R&B and hip hop, Wheelhouse Records' Elvie Shane has emerged as a country star with his heart on his sleeve – and as a champion of those with their name on a patch. Elvie talks about his favorite drinks, taking a break from music and getting back into it, his family, growing up in Kentucky, his big hit "My Boy", his newest songs, what to expect on his upcoming album and more.For more on the Tanner Olsen Band, visit https://www.tannerolsen.com/ or find them on social media.Don't forget to check out the video on YouTube and our Facebook page. Plus, check out our Neat & Mixed series and more at hopsspirits.com or our socials @hopsspirits.
Adam, Andy, and Travis finish up the Steve Earle season by talking about three of the biggest influences in Steve Earle's life: Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and Justin Townes EarleShow notes: https://unpops.co/3HHkPtd
Jason Earle of The Marinade Podcast tells the story of meeting legendary songwriter Steve Earle after his set at The Plaza Live in Orlando, FL, on September 7, 2017. Support The Marinade on Patreon for as little as $2 a month: https://www.patreon.com/marinadepodcast
Welcome to the daily304 – your window into Wonderful, Almost Heaven, West Virginia. Today is Thursday, Sept. 21 The Film Futures Foundation wants to tell the story of Appalachians…and, speaking of film, find out how the WV Film Office can help with your next production…get your Mountain Stage tickets to see Steve Earle, Judy Collins and more…on today's daily304. #1 – From MOUNTAINEER MEDIA – Justin Williams and Ashley Stinnett are the founders of the Film Futures Foundation, a nonprofit connecting the movie industry to Appalachia. Their mission is to unlock the huge economic and storytelling potential of film in the region, shaping a brighter future for West Virginia and the Appalachian region. Their work provides access to filmmaking resources, education, and opportunities, fostering a vibrant and inclusive film community in an underserved region. With the reestablishment of the West Virginia Film Tax Credit in 2022, the Mountain State is one of the most competitive states in the country for funding jobs. The foundation's priorities are obtaining funding to put more gear into people's hands and fund their training programs, establishing a knowledge-based workforce ready for the film industry coming here. Listen to the podcast: https://www.mountaineermedia.org/podcast/episode-108-junior-walk-38j3n-479h5-pdzng-s5668-rnm2g-p2nx7-m9n6a-d8m3m-hm3aw-a6a7c-x8yxl-6kjlj-g88p6-lcg8r-bpfgs-mhxw2-9xn65-brtff-kx45m-bpwcx-s4dcn #2 – From WV FILM OFFICE – Whether you're looking for the perfect location for your next film project, or you're a crew member ready to undertake your next project, the West Virginia Film Office is here for you. Experienced staff will help secure your perfect location, find skilled workforce, and navigate film permitting. The Film Office is ready to assist with an experienced crew, an established statewide network of governmental agencies, nation-leading fiscal incentives, local business leaders and community representatives that are unmatched in hospitality. Say #YesWV to filming in Almost Heaven! Learn more: https://westvirginia.gov/wvfilm/ #3 – From MOUNTAIN STAGE – West Virginia Public Radio's “Mountain Stage” radio show hits the road! This weekend's show in Franklin, Tenn., features Steve Earle. Upcoming shows are set for Blacksburg, Va., and Morgantown before the show returns to its home turf at the State Capitol Complex in Charleston. Get your tickets now for the opportunity to see legendary bands and artists like Hot Tuna, Judy Collins and more! Visit www.mountainstage.org for ticketing information. Read more: https://mountainstage.org/upcoming-live-shows/ Find these stories and more at wv.gov/daily304. The daily304 curated news and information is brought to you by the West Virginia Department of Commerce: Sharing the wealth, beauty and opportunity in West Virginia with the world. Follow the daily304 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @daily304. Or find us online at wv.gov and just click the daily304 logo. That's all for now. Take care. Be safe. Get outside and enjoy all the opportunity West Virginia has to offer.
As a native of small-town Kentucky who's influences range from Dwight Yoakam and Steve Earle to classic rock, Gospel, R&B and hip hop, Wheelhouse Records' Elvie Shane has emerged as a country star with his heart on his sleeve – and as a champion of those with their name on a patch. Elvie talks about his favorite drinks, taking a break from music and getting back into it, his family, growing up in Kentucky, his big hit "My Boy", his newest songs, what to expect on his upcoming album and more.For more on Elvie Shane, visit https://www.elvieshane.com/ or find him on social media.Don't forget to check out the video on YouTube and our Facebook page. Plus, check out our Neat & Mixed series and more at hopsspirits.com or our socials @hopsspirits.
Since his first book twenty years ago, musician/author (and all-around music appreciator) Warren Zanes has deftly chronicled what it means to be a rock star without a road map. His acclaimed 2015 authorized biography on Tom Petty -- released just two years prior to his death -- gave readers an engrossing glimpse into the mind of one of rock's great everymen, and this year, Zanes has released a more granular look into arguably the darkest hour of perhaps rock's greatest everyman. 'Deliver Me From Nowhere: The Making of Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska' is a jaw-dropping read front-to-back, taking readers into the modest bedroom where the Boss recorded his most mysterious and talked-about work. From exclusive interviews with Springsteen, Steve Earle, Rosanne Cash and more, Zanes proves that what makes Nebraska so intriguing is not just the complete left-turn that it is musically, but how it's sandwiched between two career highs: His first number one album with The River in 1980, and the superstardom that Born in the U.S.A. would bring him in 1984. On this week's episode, Zanes tackles Springsteen and Petty's similarities and differences, the hurdle of getting Springsteen's humble Nebraska demo tape transferred for vinyl and CD duplication, and the album's lasting impact over the last four decades. Visit warren-zanes.com for socials and other info. Plus, this episode features covers of Nebraska songs by Aoife O'Donovan. Click here to purchase them as a Bandcamp download.
Give it all you've got because that might be all they get! Chuck talked about Nashville history, mixing "Money For Nothing", how to record acoustic and vocals, and why your favorite microphones could change in the future of mixing for immersive audio. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: https://MixMasterBundle.com My guest today is Chuck Ainlay, a four time Grammy winner with Ten ACM, Two CMA's Awards & Two Tech Awards. Chuck has over thirty five hundred credits to his name, including work with legendary and defining country music artists such as; George Strait, Miranda Lambert, Steve Earle, Lee Ann Womack, Lyle Lovett, Emmylou Harris and The Chicks. Chuck has placed his distinctive production and engineering stamp on projects with more mainstream artists such as Dire Straits and nearly the entire solo career of Mark Knopfler as well as Peter Frampton, Taylor Swift, Lionel Richie, Ann Wilson, James Taylor, Jewel, Bob Seger, Pentatonix and Sheryl Crow. His work in immersive mixing has resulted in ground-breaking projects such as the 25th and 35th anniversary remix of Peter Frampton's Frampton Comes Alive and the Grammy award-winning 20th anniversary remix of the Dire Straits album Brothers In Arms. He is currently serving as Trustee for the Nashville chapter of the Recording Academy and numerous terms as a Governor. He has chaired the Nashville P&E Wing and is the current Co-Chair the Recording Academy P&E Wing National Steering committee. Chuck has been a co-author of the majority of the P&E Wing Guidelines and recommendations. Chuck is also currently on the board of directors for the Country Music Association. Belmont University awarded Chuck with the Robert E. Mulloy Award of Excellence. Chuck is a founding member of the METalliance, committed to promoting standards of quality in the art and science of recorded music through education and product certification. Thank you to Phil Wagner at SSL for the introduction! THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com https://lewitt.link/rockstars https://www.Spectra1964.com https://MacSales.com/rockstars https://iZotope.com use code ROCK10 to get 10% off any individual plugin https://www.adam-audio.com https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy https://www.thetoyboxstudio.com/ Listen to this guest's discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2DK9m7FwwJ0c0mwFB1jxqM?si=42594bda9cb449de If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: https://RSRockstars.com/418
This week we're joined by comedian Max Fine (In the Minivan Podcast) to discuss the incredible songwriting and impeccable aesthetics of the late great Justin Townes Earle. Narrowing down which song from Earle's diverse catalog to add to our ongoing playlist was tough, but we settled on one of his earliest songs, the bouncy, minimalist country ditty "I Don't Care" from his debut EP Yuma. We also discuss Justin's famous father Steve Earle, his relationship with Jason Isbell, and how we all did on various standardized tests.For just 5$ a month you can help keep the lights on and get access to bonus episodes! Consider supporting us on Patreon HERE!Follow the link below to keep up with which songs are being added to our Ultimate Country Playlist on Spotify, now including "I Don't Care" by Justin Townes Earle:https://tinyurl.com/takethispodplaylist And on TIDAL!https://t.co/MHEvOz2DOANew to JTE? Here are some more recs from Max, Danny, and Tyler:Nothing's Gonna Change The Way You Feel About me NowThere Go A FoolIf I Was The DevilChampagne CorollaCan't Hardly WaitAint Got No MoneyWorking for the MTALone Pine HillCheck out our Patreon!Check out our new merch store!Instagram: @TakeThisPodandShoveItFor everything else click HERE!Want to create your own great podcast? Why not start today! We use BuzzSprout for hosting and have loved it. So we suggest you give them a try as well! Buzzsprout gets your show listed in every major podcast platform, and makes understanding your podcast data a breeze. Follow this link to let Buzzsprout know we sent you—you'll get a $20 credit if you sign up for a paid plan, and it helps support our show.
Ravi Singh began practicing Kundalini Yoga in 1973 and lived in the 3HO ashram in Chicago, IL. In 1974 he moved to New York City to be a writer and continued to practice Kundalini Yoga and began teaching. In the late 70's I had a brief stint as a resident of the 3HO ashram in Brooklyn, NY. He attended every Summer and Winter Solstice gathering from 1976 to 2000 and before 1999 would typically teach Kundalini Yoga at those events. In 1999 he discovered that YB had propositioned one of my students at Women's Camp. That was when the floodgates opened and the scope of what was going on behind the scenes became abundantly clear. When he attempted to alert people he was summarily kicked out of 3HO. His state of mind since then has been one of personal liberation, i.e., relief that he doesn't have to continue to try to be someone he's not. It became more obvious over time that there's no room in an organization like 3HO for artists, autonomous beings, or independent thinkers. Ravi Singh is Author (with partner Ana Brett) of the Kundalini Yoga Book - Life in the Vast Lane. He's been teaching yoga for 45 yrs. He is Founder of Evolving Kundalini, which was created via the need for a safe space for Kundalini Yoga Teachers to gather and process. EK is now a non-profit dedicated to ethics in yoga, and the forward evolution and the up-leveling of all things Kundalini. Song credit: The Revolution Starts Now by Steve Earle. _______________________________ GuruNischan is a writer, trauma-healing activist, and consultant in personal and professional reinvention. Learn more about her reclamation and recovery work at www.GuruNischan.com To make a one time or monthly contribution to this broadcast you can use this link: Listen to the Uncomfortable Conversations Spotify Playlist:
Steve Earle was recently celebrated by Bruce Springsteen's Archives at the inaugural American Music Honors ceremony at Monmouth University. On this episode, I share some clips from Steve's radio show "Hardcore Troubadour" recounting the event. Check out Steve Earle: Hardcore Troubadour Radio on Sirius XM: https://www.siriusxm.ca/channels/outlaw-country/ Listen to Tramps Like Us on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6jEcIY8QRwt2mcSdwdghAw Listen to Tramps Like Us on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tramps-like-us/id1083135125?mt=2 Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/461540514044016/
In this episode we celebrate 10 years of the Letter from Ireland! In the summer of 2013, we started to write, and send out, a weekly letter from Ireland. Two years later we started the Letter from Ireland podcast. Today, the letter goes out every Sunday to 60,000 people of Irish descent all around the world and continues to thrive - all due to the support and feedback we get from our wonderful listeners and readers. Thank you one and all!We share two letters entitled - "10 Years of The Letter from Ireland" and "Why I write the Letter from Ireland".We also have some wonderful Irish music to help us along the way supplied by Sharon Shannon and friends. I do hope you enjoy!Music featured in this episode:"Magic Foot" performed by Sharon Shannon."Galway Girl" performed by Sharon Shannon and Steve Earle."Love, Love, Love" performed by Sharon Shannon and John Prine.Support the Letter from Ireland Show:Thank you for listening to the Letter from Ireland show. To support the podcast, get lots of member-only features and follow Mike and Carina behind the scenes as they travel around Ireland go to ALetterfromIreland.com/plus .
This week on Tent Show Radio, enjoy a high-voltage hour featuring the rough-neck poetics of troubadour Steve Earle and The Dukes. He has run a lot of roads and run ragged, but the singer-songwriter has never run out of things to say or songs to sing. Over the course of twenty studio albums, Earle has distinguished himself as a master storyteller, and his songs have been recorded by a vast array of artists, including Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Joan Baez, Emmylou Harris, the Pretenders, and more. Earle's 1986 debut album, Guitar Town, is now regarded as a classic of the Americana genre, and subsequent releases like The Revolution Starts...Now (2004), Washington Square Serenade (2007), and TOWNES (2009) all of which received Grammy Awards. This episode features recordings from Earle's 2022 performance under the tent. First broadcast in 1994, Tent Show Radio is a weekly one-hour radio program showcasing the best live recordings from acclaimed music acts and entertainers who grace the Big Top Chautauqua stage each summer in beautiful Bayfield, WI. In the program's nearly 30-year history it has featured artists like Johnny Cash, B.B King, Brandi Carlile, Willie Nelson, Don McLean, and many more. Hosted by celebrated New York Times best-selling author Michael Perry-who weaves stories and humor throughout each episode - Tent Show Radio features performances from renowned national & regional artists, with regular appearances featuring Big Top's own unique brand of shows that feature songs and stories performed by its acclaimed house band, The Blue Canvas Orchestra. Tent Show Radio is independently produced by Big Top Chautauqua, a non-profit performing arts organization, with a mission to present performances and events that celebrate history and the environment - along with their annual summer concert series - nestled in the woods on the shores of Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands. EPISODE CREDITSMichael Perry - Host Phillip Anich - Announcer Matt Jugenheimer - Engineer & Producer Gina Nagro - Marketing Support FOLLOW BIG TOP CHAUTAUQUA https://www.facebook.com/bigtopchautauqua/ https://www.instagram.com/bigtopchautauqua/ https://www.tiktok.com/@bigtopchautauqua https://twitter.com/BigBlueTent FOLLOW MICHAEL PERRYhttps://sneezingcow.com/ https://www.facebook.com/sneezingcow https://www.instagram.com/sneezingcow/ https://twitter.com/sneezingcow/ 2023 TENT SHOW RADIO SPONSORSAshland Area Chamber of Commerce - https://www.visitashland.com/ Bayfield Chamber and Visitor Bureau - https://www.bayfield.org/ Bayfield County Tourism - https://www.bayfieldcounty.wi.gov/150/Tourism The Bayfield Inn - https://bayfieldinn.com/ Cable Area Chamber of Commerce - https://www.cable4fun.com/ Washburn Area Chamber of Commerce - https://washburnchamber.com/ SPECIAL THANKSWisconsin Public Radio - https://www.wpr.org/
This week on Cultural Manifesto listen to an interview with singer-songwriter Steve Earle, best known for his work in country music. Earle's songs have been recorded by artists including Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Carl Perkins, and Joan Baez — and in 2020, Earle was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. We'll discuss Earle's connections to Indiana, and how he's used his music to advocate for social justice. Plus, a new edition of Finding Etheridge with Mat Davis for the second half of his conversation with poet Elizabeth Gordon McKim, Etheridge Knight's partner during the final years of his life.
From the bourbon hills of Kentucky to the streets of Los Angeles, Americana/Rock N' Roll band Ryan Hahn and the Believers craft honest, insightful stories rooted in Americana, roots, and southern rock and roll. With their dynamic sound, Ryan and his believers harken back to the sounds of Steve Earle and Tom Petty telling stories …
Join us once again as we travel back in time to revisit an amazing show featuring musical jack-of-all-trades Jonathan Wilson and the venerable Americana singer-songwriter Steve Earle. Also on the show is Samir Lakhani, founder of Eco Soap Bank, a non-profit that distributes soap to developing nations in order to dramatically improve hygiene for millions of people. That's all this week on eTown! Visit our Youtube Channel to see artist interviews, live recordings, studio sessions, and more! Be a part of the audience at our next recording: https://www.etown.org/etown-hall/all-events/
Let's start here. Cody Canada—our latest guest on The Load Out Music Podcast—is many things but he is most certainly not some radio DJ in Canada, in the event you were curious. No, he's a pioneering figure in red dirt music and one of the more respected musicians in songwriting circles today. But many casual music fans might be unfamiliar with his name, instead knowing his work from the legendary band that he founded and led from 1994 – 2010: Cross Canadian Ragweed. For those unfamiliar with red dirt music, it's a genre stuck between country and rock-and-roll named for the color of the Oklahoma soil. It has featured acts such as Jason Boland & the Stragglers, Stoney Larue, Charlie Robison, the Turnpike Troubadours, and the Randy Rogers Band—but has also extended to the likes of Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Steve Earle, Ray Wylie Hubbard and those who have built the Texas country-rock scene. Canada got hooked on music when he attended a George Strait show while living in Texas as a kid. The next day he asked his parents for a guitar and it was on. In his teen years, Canada was insulated, a loner, he freely admits he didn't have many friends. His family then relocated to Yukon, Oklahoma, and his obsession with the regional outlaw country music and the Seattle sounds of Nirvana and Pearl Jam only deepened. Music became his thing—his only thing—and in 1994, Canada put together a band with Matt Weidemann (bass), Grady Cross (guitar), and Randy Ragsdale (percussion). Cross Canadian Ragweed was born and one of their first gigs was playing a on a glorious trailer on “Czech Day” in Yukon—where they played for six hours. The band would move to Stillwater, Oklahoma, and in 1998 put out its first album, Carney. But it wasn't until Ragweed's 2002 self-titled album featuring Canada's song “17” that the band broke through. Then things really went next level in 2004 with the album Soul Gravy. It debuted at number five on Billboard's country charts—despite Canada wanting to be as far from Nashville country as he possibly can to this day—and featured the hit songs “Sick and Tired” with Lee Ann Womack and “Alabama.” But like happens in most bands, tensions rose in Ragweed—a topic Canada does not shy away from—and the band dissolved in 2010. In 2011, Canada and bassist Jeremy Plato formed Cody Canada & the Departed, releasing the album This Is Indian Land, a collection of covers written by Oklahoma songwriters. The band ultimately minimized to simply, The Departed, and over the past decade, Canada has moved forward with the band as well as on solo projects, writing music and reaping the rewards of a legacy he's built over 30 years. In 2020, MusicFest, the esteemed festival in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, paid tribute to Canada with live recorded performances from his songwriting peers, releasing the album The Years: A MusicFest Tribute to Cody Canada. Ragweed also released the reboot of “Soul Gravy” in 2022. Womack returned to sing on the new version along with performances from some key musicians who helped shape the original album including Randy Rogers and Ray Wiley Hubbard. And just recently, Canada joined longtime friends Micky and Gary Braun (of Micky and the Motorcars) on the “Acoustic Healing Tour.” All along, in spite of being a pioneer in red dirt music, family remains the bedrock of Canada's life. He and his wife Shannon lead a School of Rock in their hometown of New Braunfels, Texas, where they are raising their children Dierks Cobain Canada (named for friend Kierks Bentley and Nirvana's Kurt Cobain) and Willy Vedder Canada (named for Willy Braun of the band Reckless Kelly and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder). So, sit back for a great conversation on The Load Out Music Podcast with an incredibly accomplished musician and fascinating character in Cody Canada.
With Josh on vacation, Matt and Jon discuss four albums covering more of the 80s. This episode covers the following albums: LL Cool J - Radio (7:59), The Replacements - Pleased To Meet Me (38:20), Steve Earle - Guitar Town (55:55), and The Clash - Combat Rock (1:23:44). --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/combingthestacks/message
Leo Schumaker's "Bluesland" music podcast from July 13, 2023. Here is the music of Joe Bonamassa, Alastair Greene, Jimmie Johnson, Steve Earle, War, B.B.King, Elvin Bishop and more. It's summer and these some of my favorite hot tunes. See you next Thursday 7-9 PM on KMRE. Ladios.
Steve Earle, one of the most acclaimed singer-songwriters of his generation, joins Andrew Mueller to discuss his new tour, play and why his enduring hit ‘Copperhead Road' is the newest state song of Tennessee, where marijuana remains illegal.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Acclaimed author Warren Zanes launched his incredible new book DELIVER ME FROM NOWHERE - THE MAKING OF BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN'S NEBRASKA with a powerful concert and reading, co-produced by Outpost in the Burbs and the Montclair Literary Festival in May 2023. A few days later Zanes held a discussion on the book with the Outpost's John Hammond at Watchung Books in Montclair. This podcast features that discussion in full, where Warren recounts his working directly with Springsteen to dig into the depths of his creativity and motivation that resulted in the unique NEBRASKA album release. In addition, we're glad to feature three live performances from the launch concert - Laura Cantrell's 'Used Cars,' James Maddock's 'Born in the USA (Nebraska Version),' and Steve Earle's 'State Trooper.' The chat was recorded live at the bookstore in intimate surroundings - thanks to our ace podcast mixer John Paul Uva for cleaning up the room audio for your listening. And extra thanks to our friends at Watchung Booksellers and Montclair Literary Festival for partnering on these fascinating events.
Vancouver's premiere power-poppers The Get Arounds have just released their new full-length album, I Wanna Live. Their songs meander from revved up numbers that seem to be pulled from The Dead Boys Young Loud and Snotty into hits with melodic choruses that call to mind power-pop classics like Nikki and the Corvettes. Their female-fronted angst fills the songs with 90's style punk-grit that are reminiscent of L7, Bikini Kill or Babes in Toyland. Guitarist Carman says "I like short songs that stick in your brain. Don't bore us, get to the chorus type stuff. Lyrics usually come last. I listen to many types of music and I try to write a bit of everything, but most of it is trash. A few stick around and make it to an album!" The new single seems to draw on what Carman describes as the band's Influences - Ace Frehley, Sex Pistols, Steve Earle, and Blondie. When it comes down to writing the songs Carman says "It's mostly about the feel and the sounds. I find it a bit forced trying to make the song be a certain idea. It's better if I just let them evolve into whatever they are becoming and attach a meaning later when I can understand what the song is about. I never write the words on paper because then they never change for the better. Making the album I just tried to write as many songs as I could in the time we had. And we also used a couple old songs I had kicking around for years. They sound a lot better with Lana singing them!” D I S C O V E R Twitter: https://twitter.com/thegetarounds Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegetaroundsband Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGetAroundsAreNumber1/ Bandcamp: https://thegetaroundsarenumber1.bandcamp.com/album/i-wanna-live Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4DA6NbKPf7vRHzDppPdJlK?si=NzjGlP2sSza3qr49zTQZrA Stream I Wanna Live by The Get Arounds https://open.spotify.com/album/7qzVbcANM5JrtKFGa3c8iS?si=YNTYiq_yQVm9nSuKqoOjKQ Go to BETTERHELP.com/apologue for confidential online counselling.use the code word Apologue for a 7 day free trial Pledge monthly with Patreon https://www.patreon.com/apologueShop Apologue products at http://apologue.ca/shop Go get the 1 hour mini Documentary on Lowest of the Low's Classic Album Shakespeare my Butt at https://thelowdoc.gumroad.com/l/SMB
Welcome to Harlan, Kentucky, the "Coal Capital on Kentucky!" The town is located in the Appalachain Mountains at the junction of the Clover Fork and Martin's Fork rivers. Harlan sits in the "sweet spot" of coal mining in southeastern Kentucky near the Tennessee border. In the 1800s families moved to Harlan with the promise of work and better living conditions provided by the coal mines in the area. The town flourished and experienced massive growth with the arrival of the railroad in 1913. The good times soon turned sour and the Harlan County War erupted in the early 1930s between coal unions and the coal mines over fair wages, living conditions, and the right to organize unions. The industrial revolution also took it's toll on the coal mining communities of Appalachia. Spurred on by instability in coal prices and ongoing union fighting, may left the area for better paying jobs and living conditions in large cities. This out-migration was known as the Hillbilly Highway and was captured in a song of the same name by Steve Earle in 1986. With the decline and further regulation of the coal mining, Harlan has turned to other economic opportunities including tourism. Harlan has been the subject of many bluegrass songs and is the location of the popular TV series Justified. We hope you enjoy our trip to Harlan!
Celebramos la 21ª edición del Azkena Rock Festival. Del 15 al 17 de junio, en Vitoria Gasteiz, el recinto de Mendizabala se convierte un año más en el epicentro del rock. Picoteamos en su jugoso cartel y seleccionamos algunas de nuestras bandas favoritas. Playlist; BARRICADA “Dentro del espejo” (Pasión por el ruido, 1989) RANCID “Last one to die” (Let the dominoes fall, 2009) STEVE EARLE “Guitar town” (Guitar town, 1986) OS MUTANTES “A minha menina” (Os Mutantes, 1968) THE KAISERS “Jenny G” (Shake me!, 2001) THE PRETENDERS “Back on the chain gang” (Learning to crawl, 1984) CALEXICO “Alone again or” (Feast of wire, 2003) MATCHBOX “Rockabilly rebel” (Matchbox, 1979) THE SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES “Sister surround” (Behind the music, 2001) THE UNDERTONES “Get over you” ( IGGY POP “Some weird sin” (Lust for life, 1977) LUCINDA WILLIAMS “Can’t let go” (Car wheels on a gravel road, 1998) THE BEVIS FROND “He’d be a diamond” (New river head, 1991) THE NUDE PARTY “Midnight on Lafayette Park” (Rides on, 2023) CHUCK PROPHET “Best shirt on” (The land that time forgot, 2020) Escuchar audio
Erik Jensen is an actor, writer and director. As an actor, Erik appeared regularly in both seasons of the ABC series “For Life.” Other TV credits include major arcs on “The Walking Dead,” “Mindhunter” and “Mr. Robot,” appearances on “The Americans,” “House of Cards,” “Elementary,” The Blacklist,” and many more, including his critically acclaimed portrayal of legendary NY Yankee Thurman Munson in “The Bronx is Burning.” Film credits include the upcoming Viral with Blair Underwood and Alfre Woodard, Black Knight, The Love Letter and more than two dozen indie films. His theater credits as an actor include The Collaboration on Broadway opposite Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope, the Pulitzer-Prize winning production of Disgraced at Lincoln Center, The Good Negro at the Public Theater, Arthur Kopit's Y2K and Terrance McNally's Corpus Christi at MTC, and Lester Bangs in his play How To Be A Rock Critic (Kirk Douglas, South Coast Rep, ArtsEmerson, Steppenwolf, The Public). Erik's sci-fi graphic novel The Reconcilers was published in 2010 to wide acclaim, and he is co-host and co-creator of the podcast BardQuest Empire, which brings together entertainment industry professionals who play Dungeons & Dragons to talk about the intersections of D&D and storytelling. As a writer, Erik has been named by the New Yorker as “among the foremost practitioners of documentary theater in the U.S.” With his wife Jessica Blank, he is author of The Exonerated, a genre-defining play based on interviews they conducted with over 40 wrongly convicted death row inmates across the United States, which Governor George Ryan cited as instrumental in his 2003 decision to clear Illinois' death row. The Exonerated won Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics Circle, Drama Desk, Ovation, Fringe First and Herald Angel Awards, and was nominated for the Hull-Warriner Award and the John Gassner Playwriting Award; it has also received awards from Amnesty International, the American Bar Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Death Penalty Focus, and Court TV, and was named Best Play of the Year by the New York Times. The Exonerated has been translated into Spanish, French, Italian, Farsi, Mandarin and Japanese and adapted by Erik and Jessica into an award-winning TV movie starring Susan Sarandon, Danny Glover, Brian Dennehy, Aidan Quinn and Delroy Lindo. Living Justice, Erik and Jessica's book on the making of The Exonerated, was published by Simon and Schuster. Their documentary play Aftermath, based on interviews they conducted with Iraqi civilian refugees in Jordan, had its Off Broadway premiere at New York Theater Workshop, was a New York Times Critics' Pick, toured internationally for two years and was nominated for two Drama League Awards. Their play How to be a Rock Critic (based on the writings of Lester Bangs) played sold-out runs at the Kirk Douglas, South Coast Rep, ArtsEmerson, Steppenwolf, and the Public Theater, with Erik starring as Lester Bangs; they are currently developing How To Be A Rock Critic for feature film. Their documentary play Coal Country, about West Virginia's 2010 Upper Big Branch Mine disaster, opened at the Public Theater on March 3, 2020, with original music written and performed by three-time Grammy Award-winning musician Steve Earle (Edgerton New Play Award, 2 Drama Desk noms, Lortel Award nom). When its run was cut short by COVID-19, the pair pivoted and wrote The Line, a documentary play based on firsthand interviews with NYC medical first responders at the height of the pandemic, starring Lorraine Toussaint, John Ortiz, Alison Pill, Santino Fontana and more. Also a NYT Critics' Pick, The Line garnered rave reviews from coast to coast and was viewed by over 85,000 people in 50 countries. Coal Country recently reopened commercially at the Cherry Lane Theater in 2022 to massive critical acclaim, produced by the Public and Audible, and was recorded for Audible Theater (Signal Award for Best Drama) . Erik and Jessica currently have a major new musical under commission with the Public Theater. As TV/screenwriters, Erik and Jessica currently have projects in development with David Simon/Blown Deadline, Levinson/Fontana, and Ed Burns (The Wire, Generation Kill). They wrote the pilot The Negotiator for Gaumont TV (EP Tom Fontana) and have developed with Fox TV Studios, 20th Century TV, Levinson/Fontana, Avenue Pictures, Sunswept, Virgin Produced, and Radical Media. Erik and Jessica's first feature as writer/directors, Almost Home, was released by Vertical Entertainment in 2019 and their second scripted feature, How To Be A Rock Critic, is currently in development. They are in pre-production with Meteor17 to co-direct a feature documentary about legendary rock engineer Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones) in collaboration with the Hendrix estate, and in development for a feature documentary about the Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster, produced by Audrey Rosenberg (I Am Not Your Negro, HBO's Katrina Babies) and executive produced by Steve Earle. Erik lives in Brooklyn with his wife Jessica and their daughter Sadie. 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Blue Mountain "Soul Sister"Ike & Tina Turner "River Deep Mountain High"John Hammond "I Want You to Love Me"Albert King "Answer to the Laundromat Blues"Margo Price "Ragged Old Truck"Dr. John "Zu Zu Man"Mamie Perry And The Gus Jenkins Orchestra "Lament"Bob Dylan "Most of the Time"Ry Cooder "It's All Over Now"Betty LaVette "Let Me down Easy"Charles Mingus "Better Get Hit In Yo' Soul"Grateful Dead "In the Midnight Hour"Townes Van Zandt "Mr. Mudd and Mr. Gold"Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis "Ain't Nobody's Business"Porter Wagoner "Satan's River"Eilen Jewell "Queen Of The Minor Key"Old 97's "Good With God"The Louvin Brothers "Knoxville Girl"OutKast "Elevators (Me & You)"Amaro Freitas "Trupé"Staple Singers "What's Your Thing"Tina Turner "Hard Times"Charlie Parr "Funeral Road Blues"Steve Earle "When I Fall"Bonnie Raitt "Sweet Forgiveness"Lightnin' Hopkins "Katie Mae Blues"Billy Joe Shaver "I Been to Georgia On a Fast Train"Aimee Mann "Goose Snow Cone"Joan Shelley "Sweet Dark-Haired Man"Doc & Merle Watson "Dig a Little Deeper in the Well"Peter Buck "Southerner"The B-52's "Private Idaho"Tom Waits "Long Way Home"Asie Payton "Skinny Legs & All"The Ronettes "I'm On the Wagon"Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers "Evidence"Bob Dylan "She Belongs to Me"Aretha Franklin "Dr. Feelgood (Love Is Serious Business)"JD McPherson "Crying's Just A Thing That You Do"Bonnie "Prince" Billy "Sailor's Grave a Sea Of Sheep"
This Week on Dopey! After many many years of trying we finally are joined by Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter, author, actor, activist, advocate and more - Steve Earle! Steve comes on the show and tells us how he stumbled into his rock and roll life, and how he found drugs, addiction and ultimately recovery. Many years into his recovery the worst happened - Steve's super talented son, Justin Townes Earle died from a fentanyl overdose. Steve tells the tragic story and how he has remained sober living with such pain. PLUS we have a special guest who hates to be named, my Dad, and emails and voicemails and reviews on a heartbreaking new episode of Dopey. More on Dopey: Dopey Podcast is the world's greatest podcast on drugs, addiction and dumb shit. Chris and I were two IV heroin addicts who loved to talk about all the coke we smoked, snorted and shot, all the pills we ate, smoked, all the weed we smoked and ate, all the booze we consumed and all the consequences we suffered. After making the show for 2 and a half years, Chris tragically relapsed and died from a fentanyl overdose. Dopey continued on, at first to mourn the horrible loss of Chris, but then to continue our mission - which was at its core, to keep addicts and alcoholics company. Whether to laugh at our time in rehab, or cry at the worst missteps we made, Dopey tells the truth about drugs, addiction and recovery. We continually mine the universe for stories rife with debauchery and highlight serious drug taking and alcoholism. We also examine different paths toward addiction recovery. We shine a light on harm reduction and medication assisted treatment. We talk with celebrities and nobodies and stockpile stories to be the greatest one stop shop podcast on all things drugs, addiction, recovery and comedy!
Hailing from a tiny rural village called Collon, in Co. Louth, Ireland, Clare Cunningham is an independent, award-winning singer-songwriter (including 12 nominations at the upcoming Josie Music Awards, which will be held at the Grand Ole Opry on Oct 22nd 2023), performing, touring, and recording artist. Her raspy, Celtic, soulful voice, with the ability to span across a multitude of genres, is what leads her to be an extremely unique artist. Her 'GRAND OLE OPRY' debut (March 18th, 2023) was a sold-out show and an accomplishment that's extremely rare as a completely independent artist. A surprise add-on to the bill on the night was her childhood idol, GARTH BROOKS, and TRISHA YEARWOOD. Clare also performed with STEVE EARLE, singing his infamous ‘Galway Girl' as a duet. As if the stars had aligned, Clare had only just starred in the new GARTH BROOKS documentary ''GARTH BROOKS: COMING HOME'' - An exploration of the life of the country music star, looking at his biggest songs. These relationships have influenced his career and his love affair with Ireland. Clare shares her journey, her faith, and how her music trascends oceans, culture, and her goal to help those who suffer from mental illness. Also joining us on the show is Nashville music consultant, Jana Jones Uttz who helps co-host this episode. www.clarecunninghammusic.com © 2023 Lotta Dogs Productions LLC Showrunner and Executive Producer Emeritus: Tom Sabella Producer and Host (the guy who has a face for podcasting): Bob Bender Management Representation: Chuck Thompson for Thompson Entertainment Group, LLC Co-Producer - Audio/Video Editor (the man behind the curtain): Mark Sabella Director of Video and Continuity (the brains of the entire operation): Deborah Halle Marketing and Social Media (all knowing): Sarah Fleshner for 362 Entertainment All Around Problem Solver (and Mental Health Therapist for us): Connie Ribas Recorded inside what could be an old beat up Airstream Trailer located somewhere on what's left of Music Row in Nashville TN (Man we sure do miss Noshville, and the Longhorn Steakhouse) Mixed and Mastered at Music Dog Studios in Nashville, TN Editing and Post at Midnight Express Studio located in Olian, NY Production Sound Design: Keith Stark Voice Over and Promo: Lisa Fuson Special Thanks to the creator and founder of the podcast, Tom Sabella, along with Traci Snow for producing and hosting over 100 episodes of the original "Business Side of Music" podcast and trusting us to carry on their legacy. Website: If you would like to be a guest on the show, please submit a request to: email@example.com If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for the show, let us know and we'll send you a media / sponsorship kit to you. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed on this show provided by the guest(s), are those of the guest(s) own, and do not necessarily represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the host or producers of this podcast. The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only. The Business Side of Music's name and all forms and abbreviations are the property of its owner (Lotta Dogs Productions LLC), and its use does not imply endorsement of or opposition to any specific organization, product, or service. Copyright © 2023 Lotta Dogs Productions, LLC, All rights reserved.
Hey! Waddya know? We got a legend on the podcast this week. Michael Alago knows everybody. No. Seriously. He knows EVERYBODY. So we asked the former A&R superstar (and current photographing king) about some of them. We also talk about Michael signing Metallica to Elektra records, living in (and embodying) New York, signing White Zombie to Geffen, working at the Ritz, making a ‘zine for the Dead Boys, Cliff & Simon & Garfunkel, making a blues record with Cyndi Lauper, L'Amour, Mike's documentary (“Who The Fuck Is That Guy?”), Steve Earle, signing Nina Simone, being responsible for “Hands On The Bible”, Eric Bogosian and “Talk Radio”, Ether Coven, the PIL riot, and Gabe getting better questions. PLUS!: LIFERS goes live, and AI goes Local.
A new album celebrates the life and work of celebrated guitarist and singer Doc Watson. I Am A Pilgrim: Doc Watson at 100 features Rosanne Cash, Steve Earle, Valerie June and more musicians taking on songs by and associated with Watson. Producer Matthew Stevens and guitarists Chris Eldridge and Corey Harris join us for a Listening Party.