Jean Shephard “Only Mama That'll Walk The Line” from And The Answer Is Great Country Answer Discs From The '60s And Their Original Versions (Bear Family www.bear-family.de 1994) —I think Miss Shephard answered ol' Waylon (Jennings) in fine form here.Buy it!
Amanda Cevallos “Good for Nothin' but Each Other (feat. Jonathan Terrell)” from I'll Never Honky Tonk You (Amanda Cevallos 2012) —A young Honky Tonk woman, and I think she visited The Back Country with Jeff Corbin at one point in time.Buy it!
Joy White “Hey Hey Mama” from Between Midnight And Hindsight (Columbia 1992) —This is actually Joy Lynn White. I just love her voice, and I'll play her music anytime I sub for Miss Sherri.Buy it!
Joel Savoy's Honky Tonk Merry-Go-Round “Honky Tonk Angels featuring Yvette Landry” from Joel Savoy's Honky Tonk Merry-Go-Round (Valcour Records www.valcorrecords.com 2013) —This album emphasizes the ties of Country/Old-Timey music to Cajun music. Great honky tonky music right here.Buy it!
Gin Wigmore “One Last Look” from Holy Smoke (Universal Music Australia Pty. Ltd. 2009) —Her voice might not work for everyone, but I dig what she's layin' down.Buy it!
Ghalia Vauthier “Ghalia's Boogie” from na (NA url) —A tune from an up and coming Belgian rockabilly artist, recorded in St. Louis by Paul Neihaus IV and his crew.Buy it!
Neko Case “Deep Red Bells” from Live from Austin TX (New West 2006) —Recorded for Austin City Limits in 2003. The artwork contains some of my favorite shots of Neko. The music's fine, too.Buy it!
The Angels “Louie Louie” from The Best Of Louie Louie Volume 2 (Rhino 1992) —Early '60s girl group, most famous for their released of "My Boyfriend's Back". Their Louie Louie is a 1964 release.Buy it!
Joan Jett and The Blackhearts “The French Song” from album (Blackheart Records 1992) —This one goes back to 1983, originally. The remastered versions of Jett's albums have been full of bonus tracks (B-sides, international releases, live cuts.)Buy it!
Barbara Clifford “Shaking All Over” from Introducing (Blue Lake Records 2013) —Avast ye scurvy dogs, Barbara let rip on a Johnny Kidd & the Pirates tune, here.Buy it!
The Bellrays “Have A Little Faith In Me” from Grand Fury (Vital Gesture Records 2000) —A very heavy record, and one of the few tracks I can play on-air at 2pm ! ha!Buy it!
Joan Jett and The Blackhearts “Talkin Bout My Baby” from Glorious Results Of A Misspent Youth (Blackheart Records 1992) —Originally released way back in 1984. Joan's not getting older; she's getting better!Buy it!
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