Cathy and Dave….
Here’s Bonaparte’s March, featuring a concertina player! It’s Nathan Lee McAlister, Jack and Lee Ann Sours. Anyone who has heard me play clawhammer banjo knows this is one of my fave tunes to play.
I’m baking Easter bread this morning, and listening to April Verch’s fabulous new album, Once a day. This collection of classic Country & Western songs took me by surprise. I’ve been a fan of April Verch for years, and what I’ve come to expect is… Read More
…the late Guy Clark
I had Eric Andersen records (remember records?) back when I was in high school and university, but in recent years haven’t heard much of his music. For those who don’t know, he was a New York folkie back in the day, who wrote a number… Read More
It’s late and I’m not sleepy. Surfing the YouTube, listening to Ramblin’ Jack. You might as well listen some with me. Can I pour you a wee dram?
Here’s the late great “El Parche” – Esteban Steve Jordan, turning a goofy zydeco tune upside down.
Bobby Taylor on fiddle…. Kirk Sutphin and Bertram Levy
Ok, it’s still way early for apple blossoms, but today spring was in the air. Here’s the Earl White Stringband performing Apple Blossom.
I read online somewhere that Wanda Jackson, now in her early 80s, has decided to retire from performing. Wow, she’s had quite a run. I’d say after 60 years of performing she deserves a break! Here she is performing Hard-headed Woman… That’s some fine rock… Read More