Songwriters Showcase (Music)
With Ed Becker
Sun Jun 5th 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
The Greencards “Loving You Is The Only Way To Fly”
from The Brick Album (Darling Street Records 2011) N —Founding member Eamon McLoughlin left the band, new members Tyler Andal on Fiddle & Carl Miner on guitar join originals, Aussie's Carol Young & Kym Warner on their new fan financed cd, a Rodney Crowell tune.
Kelly Willis “That's How I Got To Memphis”
from Real: The Tom T. Hall Project (Delmore 1998) —Kelly will make a rare live appearence with her husband Bruce Robison headlining Thursday 6/9 Twangefest at the Duck Room, Don't miss it !!! Cassie Morgan & The Lonley Pine, Eileen Rose, & Jill Andrews open.
Verlon Thompson “The Show We Call The Business”
from "Works" (Victor Tango Records 2011) N —Sideman extraodinare features 17 new originals with co-writes by his buddy Guy Clark, Melba Montgomery, Wayland Holyfield, and others, Verlon should be a star, order from www.verlonthompson.com tell him you heard it on KDHX.
The Sadies with Neko Case “Evangeline”
from The Sadies: In Concert, Vol. 1 (Outside Music 2006) —Request from my buddy Boots in Austin, listening on line, second generation Canadian singer/songwriters Travis and Dallas Good with a smokin' live set, joined by Neko Case, on this Robby Robertson classic.
Danny & Dusty “Song For The Dreamers”
from The Lost Weekend (Prima 1985) —One of 2 great releases from Danny (Dan Stuart of Green On Red) & Dusty (Steve Wynn of the Dream Syndicate) catch Steve Wynn at Twangefest, he'll close it out Saturday with his band & the Baseball Project at the Duck Room, Marah opens.
Reagan Boggs “Tear Stained Eye (j. farrar)”
from Never Looking Behind (Independent Records 2006) —Reagan Boggs, former guest on this program, sings the heck out of this Jay Farrar, Son Volt classic. New cd from Reagan due soon, you can download the title track"Thank You - Miner's Song" on her website, www.reaganboggs.com
John Hartford “Nobody Eats At Linebaugh's Anymore”
from Me Oh My, How Time Does Fly, A John Hartford Anthology (Flying Fish Records 1987) —The title says it all, time does fly, RIP John Hartford, ten years ago yesterday, Thanks for listening, don't miss Twangefest 15 what a great, great lineup !!!
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