July 2011 Freewheelin' Archives

7/6/2011 Freewheelin'

Rosie Flores phoned in from Austin, Tx….we chatted and played a few songs by her. She’ll be in town Thurs. 7/7 at Lee’s Liquor Lounge.

New music included Nathan Moore, J.P. Soars, Jimbo Mathis, Eilen Jewell, David Bromberg, and The Old 97’s.

Click “More” below to link into the playlist and the archive of the program (including the Rosie Flores interview). The show starts at 4 minutes, 15 seconds into the archive, just after the news update.

7/13/2011 Freewheelin'

Live music, new releases, ticket giveaways, and guest host Angie Pykonen from KFAI’s In Your Ear What a great way to spend my Wednesday afternoon.

Fuck Knights were our guests in the studio. We chatted and laughed; they played and rocked the joint.

New music included a couple of tracks from the new tribute “Rave On Buddy Holly”. We heard a Justin Townes Earle covering “Maybe Baby” and Paul McCartney’s take on “It’s So Easy”.

Other new music: The Sweetback Sisters, George Thorogood & The Delaware Destroyers, David Bromberg with Levon Helm, Grayson Capps, plus something from the new tribute to The Doors by James Lee Stanley and Cliff Eberhardt entitled “all wood and doors”, (all lower case thank you). Paul Barrere (of Little Feat fame), Timothy B. Schmidt and many other talented musicians helped out, including both John Densmore and Robby Krieger of the Doors.

Wanna’ check out the playlist of songs from the show? Click “more” to slide on over to the list.

7/20/2011 Freewheelin'

Robert Ellis was our in-studio guest this afternoon. He’s in town opening for Old 97’s. His highly-acclaimed new release “Photographs” is available on New West Records. He played a couple of songs live for us, plus we played a couple off the new release.

Other new music included J.D. Malone & The Experts, Jonathan Edwards, and James Lee Stanley & Cliff Eberhardt.

Want to check out the playlist of songs? Click more to head there. You can also access the archive of the program there.

7/27/2011 Freewheelin'

Thanks to Angie Pykonen, host of KFAI’s In Your Ear and regular contributor to this show, for sitting in with me again today.

New music included John Hiatt, Imelda May, Shake Down City, Mike Zito, and Brian Molnar & The Naked Hearts.

For a peek at all the songs we played, click the link that says “more” below. You can also listen to the show via that link.