The first single from Take Me To the Disco the newly released record from L.A. by way of Tennessee singer songwriter Meg Myers. The album is full of personal and emotional songs where you can almost see and hear her demons break free. Meg Myers may be the millennial Alanis Morissete.
On this superb live version of “Guinnevere” Chris Thile joins David Crosby on stage to play the part of Graham Nash. This is from the April 14, 2018 episode of the musical series Live From Here that featured a solo David Crosby.
Ben Harper was introduced to blues harmonica player Charlie Musselwhite by John Lee Hooker. Together the two talented musicians released a Grammy winning album, Get Up. And now, the duo has produced another stellar effort with their latest release, No Mercy In This Land. This is their story.
And this is their song.
Very much in the mold of The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd by way of .38 Special and The Marshall Tucker Band, Blackberry Smoke should very much be on your Southern Rock radar. This one is from their highly excellent 2018 record, Find a Light.
The David Bowie Estate is doing a really good job in curating his back catalog. In July, they started re-releasing some of his old videos converting them into beautiful HD. This one is from the 1999 album, Never Let Me Down.
The new Richard Thompson record, 13 Rivers, is due to arrive in August. In the meantime,cleanse your musical palate with this masterclass in guitar work and songwriting from the upcoming release.
The album, Baby Grand, doesn’t come out until August, but there is no time like the present to start groovin’ to this one. Some real smooth old school soul mixed up with an Indie Pop flair. Real unique and good stuff!
The new record does not come out until September, however are indications are that The Lost Record will be worth checking out. The video is fine 60’s black and white noir with a vibe that is Lou Reed meets Devo by way of Nick Cave.
Spend some time with Lionheart the debut record from singer songwriter H.C. McEntire. “One Great Thunder,” both the song and the video is a study in sublime calmness.
Donna The Buffalo the feel good Roots Rock/Americana band out of Trumansburg, N.Y. joins the Jam in the Van crew for a zydeco romp and roll.