Monday, April 18, 2011

For your Eilen Jewell fix...

EJ and the boys did a live show at Friday 4/15 at The Kimmel Center in Philadelphia hosted by WXPN. A few new songs were performed ( Bang, Bang, Bang is already on my favorite list)and a few previously recorded songs. The new CD, "Queen Of The Minor Key" will be released June 28, but, if need your Eilen Jewell fix, like me, listen to this
I gotta wait until June 28 for the CD ?!?! This torture, folks!

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Happy Birthday, Eilen Jewell!

One of my most favorite artists celebrates her B'day today! Happy birthday, EJ, and thanks for another year of incredible music, keep it coming! And hello to the boys in the band, too. I'll see you all soon.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

The Good Lovelies - "Let The Rain Fall"

I have, in my hot little hands, the new CD from The Good Lovelies, "Let The Rain Fall". I received it in the mail about 15 minutes ago, I imported it into my computer and I'm listening to it now. I'm really glad that I pre-ordered it and was one of the first purchasers to receive a signed copy! Since the official release date in Canada was, I believe, yesterday, I didn't expect to receive my copy this early. But I'm glad, since it's really good with the first listen and I expect it to get better with each listen (like all their previous CD's did). After a few listens, I'll write a better review. Meanwhile, here's where you can find it:
I just love these ladies!

Monday, January 24, 2011

The Good Lovelies On Stage

A little awhile ago, I had the pleasure of seeing a Good Lovelies show and of meeting the ladies after the show. I was absolutely blown away by the performance! And the ladies were just as friendly, nice and cute as I knew they would be. There just aren't enough superlatives to describe the show. When I think of it (which is often) I can't help grinning from ear to ear. One of the coolest moments came when, during "I Want" (one of my favorites of theirs), Caroline came to the whistling part. She started to whistle but started laughing and couldn't finish. Thats the way the whole show pretty much went. We did sing-a-longs, I took some great photos, and, did I mention that I was in the FRONT ROW! Actually, I was closer than the front row, I was almost on the stage! I could say a lot more, but I guess you get the picture. So, if The Good Lovelies come to a location within 100 or so miles, GO and see them (you'll thank me later). It's definitely a great, fun time! Great stuff! Here's some pics:

Sue Passmore

Kerri Ough

Caroline Brooks

Kerri & Sue

Kerri & Caroline

And, here's their website:

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The Good Lovelies - continued

Here's another comment from reg, re: our new friends, The Good Lovelies:

"Reg said...


I'm glad you liked my previous comments about Red Molly and the Good Lovelies. They were awesome together. I also got to chat with the after their shows and have photos of them performing together. I don't mind sending you a couple if there is some way of doing it."

To Reg:
I would love to see your photos, but I'm not sure how to send them me. I recently saw The Good Lovelies in person from the FRONT row, and I loved them! I got a chance to meet them after the show for some signed CD's and a brief chat (and photos) They are just as much fun and nice off stage as they are on stage. It was a great show and I'll post some photos soon, I promise! But, Reg, you're still ahead of me by seeing The Good Lovelies and Red Molly together!

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Speaking of Shotgun Party.......

....I found this live show from KAOS Radio over at Live Music Archive. I've put all the single MP3's into one to make it easier. Enjoy! (and thanks again oldfolkie)

Saturday, January 8, 2011

SHOTGUN PARTY "What A Little Moonlight Can Do"

Brief interview and song from this cool band. Many thanks to oldfolkie for re-kindling my interest in these guys. This is good stuff! Here's their website link to get more info: Enjoy!

Monday, January 3, 2011

"Honey West" RIP

I just heard on the news that Anne Francis "Honey West" died Sunday at age 80. Wow! There's a real good possibility that I lost my virginity to her in the late 1960's (of course, she was totally unaware of this) I wonder if Bruce, her ocelot, is still alive?

Friday, December 31, 2010

The worst Christmas song.....EVER

So far, the worst Christmas songs ever, in my opinion, are "Last Christmas" including it's many, many covers and "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer". But now we have a new winner: "Shake Up Christmas" by Train. I was blissfully unaware of this, until I accidently heard it during the Holidays. I actually thought it was a joke. It's not and the joke's on us. Watch this video at your own risk:

'Nuff said

Happy New Year!!

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Oh, please..... Revised 12/31/2010

This is an attempted reply to the comments regarding this post: First of all to Bill Smith, sorry that my new posts don't quite meet your satisfaction. I feel that I'm allowed to rant about things I am frustrated or angry with, specifically the current, sad of the music business today. Yes, I'm "mid-aged" but I don't think that I'm a "whining sissy". Again, I'm extremely frustrated and angry at current performers getting gobs of unearned money, exposure, ticket and album sales thrown at them when the artists that I feel are better have to load up the car or van, drive several hundred miles to put on a show for a few hundred (or less) dedicated fans (like me) and then drive on to the next show or back home, only to start all over again. If I had talent (a big IF) and the ability to write and sing a song, I probably wouldn't last a year in the music business. Maybe, I am a bit thin-skinned after all. And a Happy New Year to you, ALSO. See, I'm not really such a bad guy after all!

And to our frequent reader and commentator, oldfolkie, thanks for calling our attention to 2 great artists, Shotgun Party and Leela & Ellie Grace. I'm already familiar with Shotgun Party. I have most of their stuff and I like them, a lot. I'll check out the Graces soon as I get a chance. I just "discovered" a group that I also like a lot, Christabel and The Jons. Good stuff! Again, thanks for your input. Always appreciated!

PS - One more rant coming up about some horrible Christmas music I heard over the holidays that just makes me shudder. Stay tuned!

Sorry, gang but I only made it to track 09 from the post below this one. How many times can you haer about "songs I wrote in my bedroom" and high school life and tween crushes and teeny-bop heartbreak and all the boys I dated who treated me badly so I wrote a song about them? Track 08 is some sort of interview of Tay-Tay with Oprah (maybe? I don't know and I don't want to know)

PLEASE, I gotta play some Eilen Jewell or Red Molly now (you know, grown-up and intelligent music)before I become physically ill.

Remember: “Nobody ever went broke underestimating the taste of the American public.” - H. L. Mencken. " A nation of sheep, 'nuff said.

Merry belated Christmas!

Taylor Swift March 4, 2010 St Pete Times Forum Tampa, Florida

Since we're between holidays, I thought I'd give you all a special treat. I found this at one of my "secret" sites and I JUST had to share it! I even listened to some of it just to see how bad it really is (for the same reason people watch car accidents and buildings on fire). Seriously, this is the stuff they should play at maximum security prisons, at the highest volume possible, to keep the prisoners in line ("We'll be good, just don't play THAT again"). Well, buckaroos and buckarettes , here it is:
track list
01 intro
02 You Belong With Me
03 Our Song
04 song intro
05 Tell Me Why
06 Teardrops On My Guitar
07 Fearless
08 song intro
09 Forever And Always
10 song intro
11 Hey Stephen
12 song intro
13 Fifteen
14 Tim McGraw
15 White Horse
16 Love Story
17 The Way I Loved You
18 You're Not Sorry/What Goes Around Comes Around
19 Picture To Burn

20 Today Was A Fairytale
21 Should've Said No

And if any of you suffer any adverse effects form this, don't blame me. You stand forewarned!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

"Happy XMas (War Is Over)"

So this is Christmas
And what have you done
Another year over
And a new one just begun
And so this is Christmas
I hope you have fun
The near and the dear ones
The old and the young

A very merry Christmas
And a happy New Year
Let's hope it's a good one
Without any fear

And so this is Christmas War is over
For weak and for strong If you want it
For rich and the poor ones War is over
The world is so wrong Now
And so Happy Christmas War is over
For black and for white If you want it
For yellow and red ones War is over
Let's stop all the fight Now

A very merry Christmas
And a happy New Year
Let's hope it's a good one
Without any fear

And so this is Christmas War is over
And what have we done If you want it
Another year over War is over
And a new one just begun Now
And so Happy Christmas War is over
I hope you have fun If you want it
The near and the dear one War is over
The old and the young Now

A very merry Christmas
And a happy New Year
Let's hope it's a good one
Without any fear

War is over if you want it
War is over now -
John Lennon

Sunday, December 19, 2010

The Two Man Gentlemen Band

Prime Numbers

Button Up Your Overcoat

Friday, December 10, 2010

The Good Lovelies 'Lie Down' music video

Here's a comment from "Anonymous" that I received about The Good Lovelies and Red Molly (two of my absolute favorites (tied at #1 1/2) performing together. One of the things I hope to see in this lifetime is to see Red Molly and The Good Lovelies together. I can just imagine what that show would be like. I may have done "Anonymous" one better. I've already seen Red Molly from the front row, and, in about a month, I get to see The Good Lovelies also from the FRONT ROW. Can't wait! Go here for more info:

Anonymous said...
Oh yeah, As I was raving about Red Molly the other day, I forgot to mention this group the Good Lovelies. They played the Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival along with RM and shared a lot of the same stages, sometimes together with RM. They are the Canadian version of Red Molly and every bit as good. They had a good time with RM and their rapport was awesome. Well worth listening to live and on their cds. Oh yeah, the 6 part mix of harmonies and instruments were just great when the groups were on stage together.

Monday, December 6, 2010

My number 1 1/2 - Red Molly

I have to squeeze Red Molly in between Eilen Jewell and a bunch of artists tied at number 2. I saw my second Red Molly show a few weeks ago and I got the pleasure of meeting the newest member, Molly Venter ("Molly Molly"). I still miss Carolann Solebello, though (it's only natural). Anyway, here's a few pics and I'll probably make a new Red Molly post tomorrow.

"May I Suggest" the highest point of a night of all high points

Another high moment was their cover of "Fever" (yes, the Peggy Lee "Fever")

More CDs

A few days ago, I received 2 CDs in the mail and today I received 4 more. I'm getting a pretty good assortment already. Here the latest batch:

Emily Elbert - signed & personalized "Proof" and "Bright Side"

Anne & Pete Sibley - signed & personalized "Think Of This River" and "Will You Walk With Me?"

Cats & The Fiddler - signed "Down The Fast Lane" and "Come Back To Me" (just released)

Lots of great music. Thanks to everyone!
More to come. Stay tuned!

Newgrass Generation - Fox on the Run

Saturday, December 4, 2010

DeaconBlues1103CW+ - No more!

The answer to my lamentations, cynicism's, bemoanings, etc. regarding the sorry state of popular music today (especially Country music) is so obvious that I looked right at it and didn't see it (the forest and the trees). This makes if official: I do NOT like Country music anymore (so there)! I should climb to the top of the highest mountain and shout it as loud as I can. There, I feel better already! The next thing to do is to change the above banner to something more generic. That's a shame, because someone in one of the forums that I used to participate in designed that banner for me. But all good thins must end, so here it goes. The words and initials Country, Country/Western, CW+ will no longer apply. I've found that in order to get the type of music that I prefer I have to go to Americana, Roots, Folk, Singer-songwriter, Alt-country and Bluegrass. You know, the REAL country music. I've listened to some really great music, and met some really nice people along the way. These people pour their heart and soul into every song, every note, every string that gets plucked, and I, for one, greatly appreciate their efforts. Otherwise, I'd have to listen to music that The Powers That Be tell me that I like. I'd rather decide for myself, thank you. Oh, enough ranting for now. I'm headed over to blogger to change my banner. See ya!

Friday, November 26, 2010

Gold Heart performing "Blues won't you go away" at WDVX

My New Project Pt. 2....

Some more personalized CDs poured in. This is cool!

Bonnies Music Live - Signed EP and her new CD "Shiny Lights & Limousines" and a 4x7 color promo photograph.

Cindy Woolf
- Signed "Simple and Few" and "Before Daylight" CDs.

Molly Venter
- Signed "Love Me Like You Mean It" CD. Signed at a Red Molly show.

Red June
- Signed "Remember Me Well" CD.

Sara Petite
- Signed "Lead The Parade" and "Tiger Mountain" CDs.

Check out these artists for great sounds! More CDs, etc. are on the way.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Thanks, Triggerman!

Saving Country Music
is an amazing website that I stumbled across today. The Triggerman seems to have the ability to read my mind and write almost exactly how I feel about our beloved Country Music. I've already read some of his posts and I plan to read almost all of them. He goes beyond the Taylor Swift bashing, which I've done here on more than one occasion (we can't help ourselves, she makes it so easy). He takes shots at other "Country" stars such as Sugarland, Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flats and Lady Antebellum among others and then he gives us a transcript of his interview with Ruby Jane, a 16 year old fiddle phenom. I must admit that this was my introduction to Ruby Jane, but rest assured, I want to find out more about her and her incredible sound. Thanks, Triggerman, for introducing Ruby Jane to us! More to come.....

Sugarland - Worst song ever?

Is this the worst "Country" song ever written, recorded and performed? I've listened to a lot of crap in my time, but this...........(and what's with that guy with the stupid hats?)

Red Molly on YouTube

She's Got You

Foreign Lander


May I Suggest

Eilen Jewell Shakin All Over

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

My #1 - Eilen Jewell (& the Band)

Well we might as well start with my favorite, #1, greatest of all artists, Eilen Jewell and The Eilen Jewell Band. I might as well say, that although EJ is at #1, about half of my music library is tied for #2, and the other half is tied for #3. And that ain't bad.
Check out EJ's website here , buy some CDs, look at some images, listen to some music, send Jason (her/manager/drummer/husband) an email telling him how much you like the music, go to a live show (trust me, well worth the price and effort) and enjoy! Speaking of Jason, I hope I don't get in trouble with him, but, man, I just LOVE her!
Here's a few MP3s from selected albums. This is by no means a complete discography. There's more stuff out there.

MP3 - Don't Come Home A'Drinkin'
MP3 - You Ain't Woman Enough

Boundary County
Back To Dallas

Heartache Boulevard
Blue Highway

Sea Of Tears
Codeine Arms

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Found on Amazon

I found this little blurb on Amazon as part of a biography, and I think it says a lot:

(artist name) is one of those musical treasures that lurk beneath the popular "culture" radar and we ignore at our own peril lest they get discouraged and disappear, only to be "discovered" by Sweden or somewhere. (No offense, we love you Sweden!) Then we are left to scratch our heads and say "Hey, why didn't WE love her/him/them first?"

I couldn't have said it better myself.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Great Website

Here's a great website that I found over at totallyfuzzy. I plan to spend a LOT of time there, exploring the music. This guy is doing almost exactly what I want to do here. Alert you to great artists, listen to a few tracks, expose you to music that you might not find on your own, and to provide a link to the artist's web-site or MySpace page. I'm going to try to get in touch with him and ask him how to play selected music through links provided by me. Meanwhile, have a look around here:
Beat Surrender
I'll get back to you

Monday, November 8, 2010

My new project....

There's a little project I started a few weeks ago, and it's progressing nicely, with a few surprises. I'm starting with the artists I REALLY like and I'm emailing them and asking if I can buy a signed and personalized CD through their website. What better way to support the artists? Here's a list of the signed CDs (or otherwise) that I've received so far:

Carolann Ames:
Signed "So Long Abilene" and "Shades of Indigo" CDs PLUS 2 8 1/2x11 color photos, also signed! I wasn;t expecting the photos. Thanks, Carolann!

Derrick Jensen:
"The Other Side of Darkness" CD plus several books.

Gold Heart: Signed "My Sisters and Me" and "Never Let Go" CDs. These sisters are awesome!

The Honey Dewdrops: Signed "If the Sun Will Shine" and "These Old Roots". Laura and Kagey are really GREAT people. I'm so glad I found them (through eMusic)!

Jubal's Kin: Signed "Jubal's Kin" CD. Great and highly talented young artists.

Lynda Kay: Signed "Dream My Darling" CD. I'm a BIG Lynda Kay fan!

Pat Wictor:
Signed "Living Ever Lovin' Live" and "Waiting for the Water" CDs. I met Pat at a Red Molly show. Really great guy!

Red Molly: Signed "James" and "Love and Other Tragedies" CD. AND Abbie Gardner "Honey on My Grave", Carolann Solebello ""Glass of Desire" and Laurie MacAllister ""The Things I Choose To Do". Everyone knows that I'm a HUGE Red Molly fan. "Nuff said!

Shannon Wurst: Signed "What's More Honest Than a Song" CD. Shannon is REALLY cool!

Stephanie McMillan Several books signed and personalized

The Vespers: Signed "Tell Your Mama" CD. I found these guys at the Woodsongs site, and I really like them. Another young group.

Here's a few that I'm waiting to hear from;
Marian Call
The Wrights
The Secret Sisters

I'm going to email some more in the next few days.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Here's a thought...

If Tay-Tay was short, fat & ugly, who would be getting all this media hoop-la? Who would be on the front page of the Entertainment section of a major city newspaper? Who would be on the cover of People magazine? You see, we need her!! 'Nuff said!

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

She is soooooo cool!

1verycoolguy said...
I, personally, like Taylor Swift because she is absolutely gorgeous and so sexy. Not that I like her style of music but I just enjoy seeing her.

OMG I know exactly what you mean, you must have read my mind! She is sooooo cool and like, REAL.
I just love her clothes and she has great hair and she is like, so pretty. I didn't even know she could sing until now. Now, it's like, OMG, I just HAVE to see one of her shows or like, I'll just DIE. I didn't even know that I, like, like country music until I listened to her. She is like, super-cool.

Monday, October 25, 2010

More Swiftie...

oops - Try this link instead. When you get there, just do a search for "Taylor Swift":
Never mind, my post got edited.

I should say that I have nothing against her, personally. I just don't like it when it's already decided by TPTB that this is what the public wants. The public has no idea what it wants, that's the problem. And they will accept anything if they're told that they like it.
(Somebody help me, I'm becoming a curmudgeon before my time!)

Saturday, October 23, 2010

A Rhetorical Question.... (see comments)
OK, here's a question that I haven't received an acceptable answer to: Is she extremely popular because the mass public really likes her and idolizes her OR is it because she is shoved down the public's throat by TPTB (the powers that be)? And it's not just her, it's the Jonas Brothers, Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, etc etc etc. If I were a young, talented but overlooked artist in the music business and I was good (and knew it), I would be so pissed off at TPTB (remember them?) that I would seriously think about quitting. Example: as I type this, I have Shannon Wurst on Winamp right now, and if anyone out there says "who?" you make my point, and I'm going to reach through my computer and smack you upside the head. Maybe it's better this way. The artists I mostly listen to and follow are virtually unknown. I can send emails to them, tell them how much I like their music, buy their CD's personalized to me, etc. Just ask Swiftie here for a signed CD and see how far you get. I leave you now, 'cause it's time for my morning walk and maybe I'll get rid of some of this negative energy. I'll be back!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The Vespers FREE CD!

In case y'all didn't see the comment about The Vespers CD, here it is:
J.T. said...
The Vespers are so cool. Their full length album is available for free download at their site, but hurry it won't be up much longer!

I found their web-site through the Woodsongs site and I immediately downloaded the CD (absolutely FREE). After listening to it, I felt really bad about not leaving a tip (recommended $8.00 and well worth it!). I went back to their site and bought the Tell Your Mama package, which can be found here:

Go for it, gang (You'll thank me later)! These 4 young people are very fresh, very talented and very real.
Go here for the free CD:

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Oops! I forgot this one....

Shannon Whitworth

and thanks to a comment by "anonymous"
Brennen Leigh

I'm sure there's (many) more to come. Watch this space!

Friday, August 27, 2010

Help support these artists (they deserve it)

Hey, gang, here's a list of artists that I've "discovered" recently that I really like. I've changed my attitude lately towards supporting these and similar artists. I actually go to their websites and BUY the CD's, t-shirts, etc. I will NOT give away those CD's etc. for free. These people need our money and support and they well deserve it. If you want free music, feel free to download all the Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, etc. stuff you can find. They're not going to miss a few bucks. Support your local (or not so local) artist! Buy their stuff, send them an email telling how much you love their sound, go see them in person if you can, and generally be supportive of them. Good music is out there, you just have to look a little harder for it. Here's my list: (additions/revisions, no doubt, to come)

Eilen Jewell and her band

Red Molly

Riders In The Sky

Sunny Sweeney

Sara Petite

Josie Kuhn

Annie Lou

The Quebe Sisters

The Vespers

Hot Club Of Cowtown

The Secret Sisters

I'm going to load my MP3 player with music from these artists. I will probably continue to post VA albums here since I don't think that's hurting anybody.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Pert Near Sandstone Live at Concord House on April 25, 2009

(1) ?
(2) Okanagen Valley
(3) ?
(4) Just One Day
(5) Lazy Man’s Load is a Heavy One
(6) ?
(7) Raleigh and Spencer
(8) Liza Jane
(9) Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss
(10) Little Maggie **
(11) Always Been a Rambler**
(12) No Rest Till I Die**
(13) Give the Fiddler a Dram **
(14) Stay All Night**
(15) festival banter
(16) Black Eyed Suzie

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Abalone Dots 7/19/09 Northwest String Summit North Plains, OR

01 Intro, [0:42]
02 Speak, [6:01]
03 Little Sparrow, [4:14]
04 The Ballad Of Lee McKay, [3:17]
05 Lonely Road, [4:21]
06 Over Georgia, [4:24]
07 Under The Rain, [3:44]
08 The Trip, [5:09]
09 Break The Silence, [3:37]
10 A Simple Song, [4:37]
11 Lorraine, [4:23]
12 Slavonian Land, [4:56]
13 Devil's Blues, [4:25]
14 Solo, [3:23]
15 Traveler, [6:02]
16 E: Man Of Constant Sorrow, [5:01]

Sierra Hull & Highway 111 7/18/09 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Oak Hill, NY

1. Tuning, Intro
2. Two Winding Rails
3. Little Girl Of Mine In Tennessee
4. Just When I Needed You
5. That’s The Way Love Goes
6. Secrets
7. Road To Columbus
8. Pretend
9. That’s All I Can Say
10. From Now On
11. The Hard Way
12. Thanks, Band Intros
13. Smashville
14. crowd
15. You Don’t Know My Mind BLues
16. outro, stage announcements

Monday, May 17, 2010

VA - Girls for Merle 4/26/2008 live at MerleFest

What a line-up!
Alison Brown – Banjo
Sierra Hull – Mandolin
Laurie Lewis – Fiddle, Guitar
Claire Lynch – Guitar
Sally Van Meter – Dobro
Missy Raines - Bass
Rhonda Vincent - Mandolin

1. Stage Announcements, Intro
2. // Eight More Miles
3. Birmingham Turnaround
4. My Florida Sunshine
5. Blow Big Wind
6. Hummingbird
7. Southbound
8. Daybreak In Dixie
9. Just When I Needed You Most
10. Way Downtown
11. outro

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Happy B'day EJ!!

Today's Eilen Jewell's birthday. Happy Birthday. EJ, and many more to come!!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

The Lovell Sisters - Live recordings from Live Music Archive

The Berkeley Cafe on 2009-09-03
Disc 1 - (33:16)
01 tuning
02 Ichetucknee Chutney
03 In My Time Of Dying
04 talk
05 Teardrop
06 talk
07 My Home
08 talk
09 I Belong To Love
10 talk
11 Choctaw Hayride (Jerry Douglas)
12 talk
13 Hey Joe (Billy Roberts)
Disc 2 - (54:04)
01 ??
02 talk
03 The Summer When I Was Five
04 talk
05 Take One Moment
06 Paulita Maxwell
07 talk
08 Subway Song
09 talk
10 Distance
11 talk
12 Time To Grow
13 C # Blues (Jimi Hendrix)
14 Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)
15 applause
16 One Day I Walk (Bruce Cockburn)

Telluride Bluegrass Festival on 2009-06-18
01 instrumental
02 Teardrops
03 In My Time Of Dyin'
04 talk
05 My Home
06 talk
07 Shadows (?)
08 talk
09 Polita Maxwell
10 Hush Child Hush
11 talk
12 Distance
13 talk
14 Blood Is Thicker
15 talk
16 The Principle Of Sliver Lining
17 talk
18 Choctaw Hayride
19 talk
20 One Day I Walk
21 talk
22 Time To Grow
23 talk
24 Bleeding Heart
25 applause
26 Folsom Prison Blues

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Sarah Jarosz - 2 live shows

Greyfox on 2009-07-17
1) Intro
2) Tell me true
3) ?
4) Grandma's hands
5) Can't hide
6) Life is a dream
7) Broussard's laments
8) Fischer's Ford Rd
9) ?
10) ?
11) Songs up in her head

Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival on 2009-07-18
01. tuning / intro
02. Rock Of Ages
03. Red Prairie Dawn
04. Song Up In Her Head
05. The Holy Well
06. Deep River Blues
07. Shankhill Butchers
08. Little Song
09. I Can’t Love You Now
10. Left Home
11. band intros
12. Meet Me In The Morning
13. Tell Me True
14. outro