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Bounced around as usual. New music included Mose Allison, Will Sexton, Tucker Jameson &The Hot Mugs, Eli “Paperboy” Reed, John David & The Jerks, Angel Band, Walter Trout, Tiny Television PLUS lots of older stuff.
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New music included Blaze Foley, Skip Soder, Hot Club Sandwich, Mose Allison, Jimmy LaFave, Nick Gravenities, Molly Maher, Eilen Jewell, and The 4 on the Floor
Anige Pykonen was in the studio for the show. We played a couple of rockabilly tracks to preview the show she and I did on her radio show “IN YOUREAR” later that night. If you dig rockabilly and want to rock out for a couple of hours, click here In Your Ear
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Thanks to Eilen Jewell for calling in this afternoon in advance of our Freewheelin’ Friday show at the 331 Club.
Thanks also to all who came down Friday night. It was an awesome night of music, one of the best I’ve ever been involved with!! What an honor to be able to present this great artist and her band.
New music this week included Erik Koskinen, Movie Star Junkies, Fred Eaglesmith, Hot Club Sandwich, The Gentle Guest, Sixtyniners, and of course, Eilen Jewell’s new tribute to Loretta Lynn “Butcher Holler”.
Thanks to Andy Cohen and Dakota Dave Hull for stopping by the first hour for a tribute to Bill Hinkley, a great musician, teacher, and human being. We traded stories and played as much music by Bill and his wife, Judy Larson, as was legally allowed.
Also included in the mix was new music from Fred Eaglesmith, Charlie Parr, Kevin Welch, Sixtyniners, T Tex Edwards & The Saddletramps, and Eric Lindell.
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