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Spinitron - KDHX: Songwriters Showcase Sun Apr 24th 2011

Songwriters Showcase (Music)

Sun Apr 24th 2011 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Steve Goodman “Easter Parade”
from The Easter Tapes (Red Pajamas Records 1996) —Welcome, the late Steve Goodman starts us off on this Easter Sunday, can't believe Steve's been gone over 25 years, one of the most dynamic live performers I ever saw, and imagine all the great music Steve would have given us in those 25 years. This is re


David Olney “Jerusalem Tomorrow”
from Live In Holland (Strictly Country Records 1994) —An Easter standard (there's not many of those) from the brilliant David Olney, the very prolific singer/songwriter has a new ep "Film Noir" due out May 24 and you'll hear it here .


Matraca Berg “You & Tequila”
from The Dreaming Fields (Dualtone 2011) N  —Matraca's first new music in 12 years, worth the wait, lot's of help from her friends, Matraca's married to Jeff Hanna of Nitty Gritty Dirt Band fame.


Jonny Burke “Into the Autumn”
from Distance and Fortune (Dreamcar 2011) N  —New discoveries are always fun and I have to thank one of my very knowledgable listeners for this one, a contender for best debut of 2011 and another in a great roster of new young Texas songwriters


Eliza Gilkyson “Roses At the End of Time”
from Roses At The End of Time (Red House www.redhouserecords.com 2011) N  —New music is always welcome from this wonderful 2nd generation songwriter, it's especially great to see Eliza on the mend from her recent, very serious automobile accident, Eliza co-wrote this song with Deanna Carter.


Eric Hanke “Factory Man” (Ten Foot Texan 2011) N  —Wow, lot's of new releases, another Texan, this isn't his debut, but it's new to me and I'm looking forward to giving it a more serious listen.


Hayes Carll “Another Like You”
from KMAG YOYO (Lost Highway 2011) N  —Hayes' duet with Cary Ann Hearst from his new release, Hayes has a new live ep available on his website from his live show at South by Southwest.


Bob Dylan “Tangled Up In Blue”
from The Essential Bob Dylan (Sony 2000) —Bob will turn 70 on May 24, KDHX will celebrate the event with a station benefit, May 27 at Off Broadway with a whole slew of local bands doing Dylan songs, there are plenty to chose from.


The Richie Furay Band “Medley #1 (Live) "Flying On The Ground Is Wrong", "Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It', & "Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing".”
from Alive (Deluxe Version) [Live] (Friday Music 2009) —Good News ! The Buffalo Springfield is back together and touring after 40 + years. Looking forward to catching one of the shows, Richie still sings great, accompanied here by his daughter, Jesse Furay Lynch.


Kevin Hearn & Thin Buckle “You Ain't Goin' Nowhere”
from Garth Hudson Presents a Canadian Celebration of The Band (Curve Music Inc. 2010) —Another Bob Dylan song from the Band's "The Basement Tapes", on Garth Hudson's wonderful all Canadian tribute.


Kinky Friedman “Rapid City, South Dakota”
from Kinky Friedman (MCA 1974) —Kinky at Off Broadway Friday 4/29 for the first time in over a decade, Don't miss this Texas legend, comedian, author, singer/songwriter and self proclaimed Governor of Texas.


Mary McBride “That Was Then, This Is Now”
from Everything Seemed Alright (Rogan 2002) —The very talented Mary McBride will be opening for Kinky, you probably don't know about her, but you should.


Mary McBride “Blind Boy”
from Everything Seemed Alright (Rogan 2002) —Another by Mary, actually I pushed the wrong button, but it's a great song, the late Willie P. Bennet helps out on this one, get to Off Broadway early for Kinky so you catch Mary's opener.


Lucy Wainwright Roche “Open Season”
from Lucy (Lucy Wainright Roche 2010) —The daughter of Loudon Wainwright III & Suzy Roche, how could she help being a Singer/Songwriter and a very good one.


Keith Sykes “A Long Monday”
from Country Morning Music (Keith Sykes 2011) N  —Even if you don't recognize Keith, You'll remember his songs, this ones written with John Prine, also co-writes on his new release with Guy Clark, Jimmy Buffett, etc.


Lori McKenna “The Most”
from Lorraine (self 2004) —Another singer who has had a lot of success having her songs covered ("Fireflies" for Faith Hill), but she does her songs the best.


Peter Cooper and Lloyd Green “Elmer The Dancer”
from The Lloyd Green Album (Red Beet www.redbeetrecords.com 2010) —Saw Peter with Eric Brace and Phil Lee at a wonderful house concert Friday at the Bedford's in Springfield, Il., coming to The Focal Point in Oct., Opening for John Prine next week.


Patti Griffin “I Love”
from I Love, Tom T. Hall's Songs of Fox Hollow (Red Beet Records 2011) N  —Brand new, Peter Cooper and Eric Brace's Tom T. Hall tribute, with many special guests including Tom, CD release 5/25 at the Ctry Music Hall of Fame, Ford Theatre, Nashville.


Last Train Home “I Wish It Would Rain”
from Tributaries (Adult Swim video.adultswim.com/promotions/201305_garageswim/ 2002) —a great take on the Nanci Griffith song by Eric Brace's band.


Greg Brown, Peter Heitzman, Garnet Rogers, & Karen Savoca “Summer Lightning”
from Live At The Black Sheep (Snow Goose Songs 2003) —Greg Brown covering a song by Garnet Rogers live at the Black Sheep north of Toronto.


Eric Taylor “Mission Door”
from Eric Taylor (Watermelon 1995) —Thanks for listening, Happy Easter. Eric takes us home, he'll be at Log House Concerts in Edwardsville in July, I intend to be there, see you next week.

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