Trail Mix | September 2017

first_img 2:43 3:15 What The Hell’s Goin’ On The Flamin’ Groovies 3:52 4:43 4:23 3:46 3:12 Woken The Wildflowers Jesse Terry Hollywood (feat. Jaye Prime) Liquid Monk 3:35 3:34 Embed Mainstream Action Skulls Leave A Light On Humbird Audio PlayerJesse TerryWoken The WildflowersUse Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.00:000:00 / 3:45 Treasure Sarah Lou Richards 4:30 3:45 Double Heart Penny and Sparrow Fish Out Of Water Jon Langford Unbroken Brad Peterson 3:39 Goodbye The Freeway Revival 3:01 Sea of Lights Boo Ray 4:00 Pain The Texas Gentlemen Copy and paste this code to your site to embed. 6:11 Samson And Delilah Willie Watson 2:57 4:11 3:03 Tunguska Ephrata 3:45 It’s Your Voodoo Working Eilen Jewell Unconditional Nick Mulvey Feudal Nights Brian Lisik & The Unfortunates I Ain’t Dead Yet Charlie Parr 01 Matchstick Man decker. Willie Watson just might be my favorite Americana troubadour.From the earliest days of Old Crow Medicine Show through his first solo record, 2014’s Folksinger Vol. 1, Watson’s voice and the attention and respect to the past so readily apparent in his music has always struck a chord within me.This month, Watson returns with his second solo record, aptly titled Folksinger Vol. 2. As is his way, Watson digs deep into the seams of Americana history, assembling a collection of songs that resonate with the earliest sounds of American music. Though there are no originals on the new record, Watson takes these old songs – some you might have heard and some undoubtedly new to you – and makes them his own. After a couple listens, you’ll have no problem hearing Watson in a pickin’ party with the likes of Woody Guthrie, Jimmie Rodgers, Lightin’ Hopkins, or any one of the many iconic musicians who have created the sonic melting pot that is Americana music.Listen to Watson’s take on the venerable “Samson & Delilah,” featuring the famed Fairfield Four, this month.Trail Mix is also happy to welcome back two of our long time friends and favorites in Josh Ritter and Charlie Parr. Ritter, long known for his emotive and introspective storytelling, and Parr, whose raspy voice and approach to old time music is virtually unparalleled, both have new records out this month, and the mix is thrilled to feature tracks from each.There are also great new tracks from Penny & Sparrow, Jesse Terry, Nick Mulvey, Liquid Monk, Eilen Jewell, decker, Jon Langford’s Four Lost Souls, Humbird, The Texas Gentlemen, Brian Lisik & The Unfortunates, Brad Petersen, Ephrata, Flamin’ Groovies, Action Skulls, and Sarah Lou Richards in the mix. Be sure to dig deep and enjoy!Lots of good stuff coming your way on this month’s Trail Mix blog, too. Chats with Boo Ray, The Freeway Revival, and Rain Perry are on tap, as is a preview of this weekend’s Jenny Hiatt show at Isis Music Hall.And get out there and buy some of this music. Get out there and buy some concert tickets. Give back to these great artists you discover here on Trail Mix.*Please note that the download file has not yet been updated. But fret not! It will be soon!  3:37 Showboat JOSH RITTER last_img

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