An embarrassment of riches: Noah Baerman and Sunna Gunnlaugs at The Buttonwood or The Afro-Semitic Experience at The Jazz Underground?
A few weeks back, on Boombox from the Boondox, Apathy took the time to introduce his new song going on on phony buzz rappers called "We're Gonna Kill You." Along with some creative editing skills by Big Buffalo Large, the videos of the intro and the song are here:
Tune into "Dark Side of the Highway" this Sunday (June 20) from 3-6 AM for a special memorial tribute to legendary 1960's country singer and sausage mogul Jimmy Dean...
Steve Davis, renowned trombone player and educator recently released an album called Images. This CD is comprised of musicians mostly from the Hartford area and songs all inspired by this region...
DJ MJ talks about homophobia and Gay Rights issues, and provides links to some relevant information discussed on this week's show. The Politics of Singing airs Sunday nights at midnight on WHUS.
Easiest to say "Heart That's Pounding" (Arts & Crafts) is her third full length CD, but it's the first under her real name. Sally previously recorded using the alias "New Buffalo".
I review the Mute Math album "Armistice" and update everyone on artists coming to the show.
Some additions, some subtractions on the summer folk / bluegrass / cajun / Americana festival scene
It was a warm summer evening, in the mid nineteen eightees. Elizabeth Park the venue, for some hot acoustic blues.