Jun 282017

wbwalker – June 28, 2017 at 12:44PM

This weeks episode features music that in a big way over the past 5 years, has help shape, and make The Old Soul Radio Show what it is today. Thank you to all the musicians, listeners, friends and family that continue to inspire me to do this podcast. Without you, The Old Soul Radio Show would not exist.

From the bottom of my heart, Thank you.



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Jun 282017

– June 28, 2017 at 11:51AM

On Americana Music Show #358, I’m featuring the new album by David Childers. It’s called Run Skeleton Run and I like the back-porch sound on this one. Also this week I’ve got the new twangy album from Lillie Mae, the new blues/zydeco album from Sonny Landreth, southern punk from Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires, and new country rock from Terry Anderson. Plus I’ve got more from Steve Earle, Jason Isbell, and Jim Lauderdale.


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Jun 282017

edward – June 28, 2017 at 07:59AM
Old Crow Medicine Show - Best Of (2017)Format: FLAC (tracks + .cue)
Quality: lossless
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 16 Bit
Source: CD
Artist: Old Crow Medicine Show
Title: Best Of
Genre: Country, Bluegrass, Folk, Country-Blues
Release Date: 2017
Scans: not included
Size .zip: ~ 278 mb

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Jun 282017

Tom Druckenmiller – June 28, 2017 at 05:55AM

This week on The Sing Out Radio Magazine we celebrate Accordion Awareness Month. The month long celebration was created to promote one of the most versatile of instruments.

We’ll hear players and music from the world over including the band Phonix from Denmark, Pekka Pentikainen & Antii Soininen from Finland and Manka Le Phallang from South Africa.

North American players Steve Riley, Jody Kruskal, The Subdudes, and The Red Clay Ramblers hold down the homefront.

Put aside your misconceptions and join us for an hour of wonderful music featuring the accordion.



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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways

Jimmy Shand / “The Cumberland Reel” / The Accordion World of the Legendary Jimmy Shand MBE / REL Records

Richard Thompson / “Don’t Sit On My Jimmy Shands” / Rumor And Sigh / Capitol

Phonix / “Fantegutten” / Folk 2005 Music from Denmark / MXP

Jody Kruskal / “Arnold the Armadillo” / Concertina Valentine / Self Produced

Pekka Pentikainen & Antti Soininen / “Mustan Aukon Tango” / Mr. Malaska / iMu

The Red Clay Ramblers / “I Crept into the Crypt” / Live / Self Produced

Sharon Shannon / “Dance of the Honeybees” / Each Little Thing / Green Linnet

The Subdudes / “Love O’ Love” / Primitive Streak / High Street

Jimmy Shand / “Set of Reels” / The Accordion World of the Legendary Jimmy Shand MBE / REL Records

Paul Simon / “The Boy in the Bubble” / Graceland / Warner Brothers

Manka Le Phallang / “Moea O Foke” / Homeland / Rounder

Albert Chevalier / “Zydeco Sont Pas Sale” / Zydeco-The Early Years (1961-62) / Arhoolie

Bruce Springsteen / “Wild Billy”s Circus Story” / The Wild, The Innocent And the E Street Shuffle / Columbia

Rant Maggie Rant / “On the Wings of a Skorie” / Latitude / Self Produced

Steve Riley / “The Marc Savoy Medley” / Cajun Accordion Kings and the Queen / Valcour

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways

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Episode #17-26 | airing 6-28-17
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Jun 282017

Calvin Powers – June 28, 2017 at 04:58AM

John Moreland performs this bittersweet song from his In The Throes album live on The Late Show. It takes guts to perform a melancholy song on a national show like this. So kudos to him.

“Break My Heart Sweetly” by John Moreland” originated from Americana Music Show.

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Jun 282017

Zorn – June 28, 2017 at 02:19AM

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Ruby Force,forthcoming debut album Evolutionary War, she paints colorful tales using a broad sonic palette, drawing from country, Americana, rock and indie pop for a sound that lands somewhere between Rilo Kiley and Nikki Lane. While some tracks – the single “Cowboy” – dabble in retro influences, Force’s music is, like Lane’s and Kacey Musgraves’, a glimpse at the promising direction in which left-of-center country music is headed.

The 10-song collection features original songs by Ruby Force, with collaborations with Sean Watkins, Richard Swift, and Elijah Thomson.

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Jun 282017

Paul Kerr – June 27, 2017 at 07:55PM

a2490739415_16With The Whybirds, Luke Tuchscherer’s drumming “day job,” winding themselves up (final dates here here) Tuchscherer returns to his solo career following up his fine debut You Get So Alone At Times It Just Makes Sense from 2014. That album saw Tuchscherer named second best UK artist by Americana UK at the end of that year with the disc also reaching second place in the best album category. Three years on and he’s back with an album that is just a little bit more upbeat than its predecessor which owed much to the late Townes Van Zandt’s world weariness. Tuchscherer himself says, “I’m very proud of the first album and I was absolutely blown away with the reception it got, but as a performer, I found that I didn’t always want to play some of those songs live. A lot of those tracks only lend themselves to “sit down and shut up” venues, which I love playing, but they’re often hard to find! I wanted to make an album where I could play pretty much every song live – no matter the gig.”  Mind you, it’s not a bundle of laughs as Tuchscherer still injects an emotional heft into the songs, the almost sing-along jaunt of These Lonesome Blues barrels along with some jollity but it’s really all about him waiting for his old friend, the blues, to come calling.

There’s a lengthy cast list in the musician credits here but essentially Tuchscherer has assembled a crack team who purvey a fine country rock sound that can be acoustically snappy as on the Dobro driven Be True ( with BJ Cole on the Dobro) or glowering as the guitars are plugged in. At times it’s simply sublime; the swirling kaleidoscope of guitars (acoustic, electric, pedal steel) and keyboards on the yearning Amanda Jane is almost hypnotic while the cascading piano and guitars of Love Don’t Come Easy remind one of the Jayhawks at their best. Much of the album actually recalls the “new wave” of “alt country” acts who sprang up in the 1990’swith the first two songs (Waiting For My Day To Come and Don’t Put Me Out) quite propulsive, not as hard scrabbled as Uncle Tupelo but sharing that sense of tying up old time Americana with country rock and a post punk attack.  Don’t Put Me Out in particular is eminently listenable, a jangled pop song with honeyed pedal steel.

Tuchscherer hits the heights however with two songs that hark back to the seventies. The superb Outside Looking In, is a diatribe which is half disdainful, half self pitying as he gazes in at the other half, at the “total pricks talking shit in fancy dress.” The song itself is in fancy dress, a glorious conglomeration of pedal steel fuelled LA disdain somewhat akin to Gene Clark’s sumptuous Some Misunderstanding from No Other. When The Dream Dies is a seven-minute reverie ridden with curling, chunky and sinewy guitars slipping in between a series of vignettes of death and loss. This sense of loss closes the album as Tuchscherer sings the simplest of songs here, a rippling acoustic tribute to a dead friend on the touching A Song For Jack Brown.





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Jun 282017

Calvin Powers – June 27, 2017 at 06:46PM

Calvin tells Choo Choo Stu about his favorite interviews, the songwriters he admires, and his biggest podcasting screwup. A tale never before told on mic!

Calvin climbs aboard The Podcast Train” originated from Americana Music Show.

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Jun 272017

Calvin Powers – June 27, 2017 at 06:12PM

The Shins have always had a folk aspect to their style of indie rock, and it can be difficult to peg them in a particular genre.

The Shins Bring Americana On “Heartworms” In Vegas” originated from Americana Music Show.

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