Torch and Twang 5/27/14

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Torch and Twang is live and kicking! Tonight you’ll hear old T&T favorites like Parker Millsap and Nickel Creek, along with new music from Scott H. Biram, Tumbling Bones, Joe Henry, and much more at about 10 pm!

**PLAYLIST

Hayes Carll- Stomp and Holler- KMAG YOYO

Sarah Jarosz- Run Away

Seryn- Untitled- This Is Where We Are

Grey Reverend- Everlasting- A Hero’s Lie

Blackberry Smoke- Lucky Seven- The Whippoorwill

Scott H. Biram- Open Road- Bad Ingredients

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Red Molly- Clinch River Blues- The Red Album

Charlie Greene- Lost & Found- Charlie Greene

Before the Brave- Holy River- The Great Spirit

Mando Saenz- Battle Scar- Studebaker

The Steel Wheels- Walk Away- No More Rain

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Doug Mains & the City Folk- Theresa St. Johns- The Mountain’s King

Over the Rhine- Ohio- Ohio

The Dustbowl Revival- Holy Ghost Station- Holy Ghost Station

The Punch Brothers- Movement and Location- Who’s Feeling Young Now?

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Shovels and Rope- Lay Low- O’ Be Joyful

Turchi- Big Mama’s Door- Can’t Bury Your Past

The Duhks- Beyond the Blue- Beyond the Blue

The Devil Makes Three- Stranger- I’m A Stranger Here

The Baseball Project- They Played Baseball- Hola America

Seasick Steve- Write A Few Lines- Seasick Steve feat. Jack White

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John Moreland- Blacklist- In The Throes

The Show Ponies- Gone- The Show Ponies

Noah Gundersen- Cigarettes- Ledges

Parker Millsap- Land of The Red Man- Parker Millsap

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Gifts Or Creatures- Relics & Ghosts- Yesteryear Western Darkness

Seth Bernard- Beyond the Beyonda- Reconciliation & The Mystical Beyonda

Seth Bernard- Bluetooth Pillow- Reconciliation & The Mystical Beyonda

Seth Bernard- Turquoise Sky- Reconciliation & The Mystical Beyonda

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Tumbling Bones- Broken Things- Loving a Fool

Tumbling Bones- Bound to Ride- Loving a Fool

Tumbling Bones- Shady Green Pastures- Loving a Fool

Tumbling Bones- Red, Red Rose- Loving a Fool

Tumbling Bones- Morning- Loving a Fool

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Scott H. Biram- Slow & Easy- Nothin’ But Blood

Scott H. Biram- Gotta Get To Heaven- Nothin’ But Blood

Scott H. Biram- Jack of Diamonds- Nothin’ But Blood

Scott H. Biram- I’m Troubled- Nothin’ But Blood

Scott H. Biram- When I Die- Nothin’ But Blood

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The Soil & the Sun- Engadine- What Wonder Is This Universe?

The Soil & the Sun- One Woman- What Wonder Is This Universe?

The Soil & the Sun- You Alone Know- What Wonder Is This Universe?

Joe Henry- Invisible Hour- Invisible Hour

Justin Townes Earl- One More Night In Brooklyn- Harlem River Blues

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Joe Henry- Lead Me On- Invisible Hour

Mia Dyson- When We’re Older- Idyllwild

Mia Dyson- That Sugar- Idyllwild

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The Howlin’ Brothers- Big Time- Howl

Nickel Creek- Elephant in the Corn- A Dotted Line

Joshua James- Beware!- Beware!

Nathaniel Rateliff- Still Trying- Falling Faster Than You Can Run

Nathaniel Rateliff- Don’t Get Too Close- Falling Faster Than You Can Run

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The Felice Brothers- Bird On Broken Wing- Favorite Waitress

Elephant Revival- Spinning- These Changing Skies

Trampled By Turtles- Keys To Paradise- Stars and Satelites

Zoe Muth- Little Piece of History- World of Strangers

One Response to Torch and Twang 5/27/14
  1. Leslie Rouffe Reply

    Hi Alex, I am an Americana radio promoter, hopefully Eric told you about me, that I work a lot of great Americana music. Below is my latest list… Also, I might have a pair of tix for you when NIckel Creek plays at The Michigan Theater on July 12

    >>Keep an eye out for new CDs from Keb Mo/BluesAmericana &–Kacey Jones/Amen For Old Friends – Going For Adds NOW, The Duhks GFA June 9 Joseph LeMay/Seventeen Acres GFA June 16

    >>Play MPE sent Willie Nelson single “The Wall” from his upcoming album Band of Brothers (Sony Legacy). The CD is his first since Spirit that has mostly original songs.
    CD shipping on June 4.

    Black Prairie, Fortune (Decemberists), Sugar Hill, recommended tracks, 2-3-7
    NPR feature http://www.npr.org/event/music/306157058/black-prairie-let-it-out

    Amy LaVere, Runaway’s Diary, Archer Records, recommended tracks 1-2-3-4-9

    Hannah Aldridge, Razor Wire, Trodden Black Entertainment, recommended tracks 9-1-2-6
    “in the running for best Americana debut this year”—American Songwriter
    USA Today Playlist Pick Today!
    http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/music/2014/05/26/nicki-minaj-pills-n-potions/9601807/

    Mingo Fishtrap, One Time, Blue Corn, recommended tracks 1-2-3 – Americana meets Soul Train!

    Justin Currie (Del Amitri), Lower Reaches, Compass Records, recommended tracks 8-5-3

    Tommy Malone (Subdudes), Poor Boy, M.C. Records, recommended tracks 1-3-4-5-7-11
    Just on Mountain Stage “The West Virginia Public Broadcasting radio music show Mountain Stage was recorded in front of a large audience at the Creative Arts Center Sunday night.
    Among those performing during tonight’s broadcast, – Tommy Malone, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Joan Osborne and Keb’ Mo’… Tommy Malone and his band were first to perform. The bar was set high with his first song, “Home.”

    The Secret Sisters, Put The Needle Down, Produced by
    T Bone Burnett, Universal Republic recommended tracks 1-3-7-9-10

    Bobby Rush, Decisions Dr. John on track 1 “Another Murder in New Orleans” also recommend “If That’s The Way You Like It” “Love of a Woman” Going For Adds On April NOW
    USA Today Feature Today http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/music/2014/04/15/album-stream-bobby-rush-decisions/7435323/

    The String Cheese Incident, Song In My Head, SCI-Fidelity, recommended tracks 1-2-3 Radio Edits available

    Candi Staton, Life Happens, featuring Jason Isbell & John Paul White on “I Ain’t Easy To Love”
    Featured on NPR All Things Considered http://www.npr.org/2014/05/12/311863021/candi-staton-this-album-is-an-anthology-of-my-life

    Nickel Creek’s A Dotted Line, Nonesuch Check them out on Jimmy Fallon http://www.nonesuch.com/journal/watch-nickel-creek-performs-destination-tonight-show-jimmy-fallon-2014-04-03

    Robby Hecht, Robby Hecht, recommended tracks 2-3-4-6-7 –Check out this clever video just posted on The Wall Street Journal…”Sometimes even monsters grapple with heartbreak, and Frankenstein is in rough shape in the new video for Robby Hecht’s song
    “Soon I Was Sleeping,” http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/tag/robby-hecht/
    *Telluride Festival Winner

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