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Americana Music Show Episodes

Interviews and music from bands and singers making hand-picked, road tested, american music. Think americana, roots, rock, blues, soul, and country. americanamusicshow.com

Ep#210 - The Mavericks - Robert Reynolds plays tracks from The Mavericks' In Time, tells the story of how he and Raul Malo started the band and their link to the past. Also on this episode, blues rock from Sean Chambers, country blues from Sarah Levecque, a beautiful ballad from Reed Foehl, country rock from Cory Branan, blues from Marcia Ball, bluegrass from Town Mountain, road music from Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes.

Ep#209 - Dom Flemons - Dom Flemons plays tracks from Prospect Hill and talks about the Music Maker Relief Foundation and southern black fife & drums music. Also on this episode, blues rock from AC Myles, country rock from Cory Branan, heartland rock from Lachland Bryan and the Wildes, blues from Elvin Bishop, trippy feel-good rock from The New American Farmers, honkytonk from Matt Hillyer, and a beautiful ballad from Greg Trooper.

Ep#209 Dom Flemons goes backward up the hill

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Ep#208 - Marcia Ball - Marica Ball plays tracks from The Tattooed Lady And The Alligator Man and talks about her piano inspirations and the golden triangle. Also on this episode, stomp blues from The Ben Miller Band., pretty string band music from Mac Wiseman, country rock from Billy Joe Shaver, honkytonk from Cahalen Morrison and Country Hammer, boogie blues from Elvin Bishop, rock & roll from Waylon Speed, blues from Grace Askew, a ballad from Greg Trooper, soulful blues from Shelley King.

Ep#208 Marcia Ball makes a piano sit up and beg

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Ep#207 Mark Jungers - Mark Jungers plays track from I'll See You Again and talks about his recording studio, his ranch and how the drought is affecting his pecan trees. Also on this episode, trippy country rock from the New American Farmers, honkytonk from Cahalen Morrison and Country Hammer, New Orleans R&B from Marcia Ball, 70's era soul from Janiva Magness, alt-country from the Canebreakers, blues from Shelley King, and bluegrass from Town Mountain.

Ep#207 Mark Jungers from deep in the heart of Texas

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Ep#206 - Shelley King - Shelley King plays tracks from Building A Fire and talks about quitting her day job and developing an instinct for backup vocals. Also on this episode, backwoods country rock from Shovels & Rope, soulful anthem from Ben Glover, high speed bluegrass from Town Mountain, country rock from The Felice Brothers, outlaw rock from Waylon Speed, country from Billy Joe Shaver, blues from Paul Thorn, country from Philip Claypool, and lo-fi blues from Grace Askew.

Ep#205 - Greg Trooper - Greg Trooper plays tracks from Incident On Willow Street, talks about learning to not over write songs & what made him scream like a little girl. Also on this episode, rock & roll from The Felice Brothers, a country ballad from Lee Ann Womack, country rock from Parker Millsap, outlaw country from Billy Joe Shaver, soul music from Shelley King, backwoods rock & roll gospel from Red Eye Gravy, country music from Cahalen Morrison, lo-fi stomp blues from the Ben Miller Band.

Ep#205 Greg Trooper - Americana Music Show Podcast

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Ep #204 - The Felice Brothers, Lee Ann Womack, The Heckhounds, Shelley King, Fayssoux, Cahalen Morrison & Country Hammer, Paul Thorn, Janiva Magness, Jim Lauderdale, Ben Miller Band, Jon Shain, Greg Trooper, Ray LaMontagne, David Olney, Eli Cook, Allman Brothers Band.

Ep#204 Shelley King, Felice Brothers, Jim Lauderdale & more

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Ep#203 - The Backsliders - Steve Howell from The Backsliders plays three tracks from Raleighwood, talks about the new band line up and the story of the Raleighwood sign. Also on this episode, southern rock by Jimmy Hall, a 70′s soul sounding tune from Janiva Magness, a honky tonk crooner from Jim Lauderdale, country rock from the Loudermilks, lo-fi garage rock from Shovels & Rope, a country classic from Yvette Landry, old-time string band music from Dom Flemons, and americana from Keb’ Mo’.

Ep#203 The Backsliders - Americana Music Show Podcast

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Ep#202 - Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires - Lee Bains plays 3 tracks from The Glory Fires’ Dereconstructed and talks about the post-colonial theory behind the album title and dirt track racing. Also on this episode, lo-fi blues from the Ben Miller Band, a honky tonk tear jerker from Jim Lauderdale, retro roots rock from Shovels & Rope, country rock from The Loudermilks, gospel blues from Paul Thorn, a 70′s era ballad from Jim Croce, and a blues number from David Olney.

Lee Bains III & the Glory Fires - Americana Music Show

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Ep#201 - Eden Brent - Eden Brent plays 3 piano blues tracks from Jigsaw Heart, talks about her family's Mississippi roots, and talks about her apprenticeship with Boogaloo Ames. Also on this episode, trippy rock from Ray LaMontagne, lonesome country by The Loudermilks, original stringband music from Old Crow Medicine Show, blues from Keb' Mo', garage rock from Cowbell, Canadicana from Corb Lund, and a love song from John Hiatt.

Eden Brent - Americana Music Show Podcast

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Ep#199 - Rod Melancon - Rod Melancon plays tracks from Parish Lines and talks about growing up in Vermilion Parish, Louisiana and how he learned guitar from Hank Williams. Also on this episode, trippy country rock from Ray LaMontagne, Appalachian blues from Malcolm Holcombe, newgrass from the Old Crow Medicine Show, country rock from Corb Lund, piano blues from Eden Brent, garage rock from Cowbell, country music from Willie Nelson, and a beautiful crooner from Red Molly.

Ep#199 Rod Melancon - Americana Music Show Podcast

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Ep#198 - Jefferson Hart - Jefferson Hart from Ghosts of the Old North State plays tracks from Corolla Ponies In The Snow and tells the story of the video that inspired it. Also on this episode, southern rock from Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires, garage rock from The Ghost Wolves, country rock from Corb Lund, indie rock from the Old 97s, blues from Malcolm Holcombe, newgrass from the Old Crow Medicine Show, rockabilly from Tammy Lynn & Myles High, and Louisiana rock from Rod Melancon.

Jefferson Hart interview & music - Americana Music Show

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Ep#197 - Charlie Greene - Charlie Greene plays tracks from his self-titled album and talks about his Dead Man’s Cattle Call project and his “middle eastern bridge.” Also on this episode, roadhouse blues from Corb Lund, Appalachian blues from Malcolm Holcombe, a beautiful waltz from the Tumbling Bones, southern rock from Rod Melancon, piano bar blues from Eden Brent, a Texas ballad from Mark Jungers, pub rock from the Hard Pans, and new rock & roll from Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires.

Ep#197 Charlie Greene - Americana Music Show Podcast

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Ep#196 - Tommy Malone - Tommy Malone plays tracks from Poor Boy and talks about the subdudes reunion, reading the Society Page and how everyone has a Katrina story. Also on this episode, rock & roll from Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires, southern rock from Jefferson Hart and the Ghosts of the Old North State, beautiful country from Red Molly, new Appalachian blues from Malcolm Holcombe, southern rock from Rod Melancon, blues from Jennie DeVoe, Texas rock from the Old 97's.

Tommy Malone of the subdudes on the Americana Music Show

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Ep#195 - Ernest Troost - Ernest Troost plays tracks from O Love, and talks about his Piedmont Blues influences and what Alfred Hitchcock taught him about songwriting. Also on this episode, rock & roll from Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires, southern rock from Rod Melancon, country rock from Radney Foster, Texas rock from the Old 97′s, jam band music from Grant Farm, power pop from Tony Shevlin, piano bar blues from Eden Brent, and southern rock from Jeff Hart and the Ghosts of Old North State.

Ernest Troost on Americana Music Show #195

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Ep#194 - Brigitte DeMeyer - Brigitte DeMeyer plays track from Savannah Road and talks about working with will kimbrough and Jano Rix and how Gregg Allman inspired her. Also on this episode, rock & roll from the The Hard Pans, newgrass from the Howlin' Brothers, stringband music from Tumbling Bones, New Orleans street music from John Oates, dark rock from Ernest Troost, blues rock from Jennie DeVoe, backporch music from Tommy Malone, and alt.folk from The Secret Sisters

Brigitte DeMeyer - Savannah Road - Americana Music Show

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Ep#193 - Hezekiah Goode - Hezekiah Goode plays three tracks from Two Billion Acres Of Salt and talks about writing songs about true stories and the happiest instrument. Also on this episode, rock & roll from Rod Melancon, a crooner from Roy Orbison, new rock from Mary Gauthier, pub rock from the Hard Pans, a fun piano bar number from Eden Brent, country rock from Susto, beautiful country from Red Molly, and new country from Charlie Greene.

Ep193 Hezekiah Goode - Americana Music Show Podcast

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Ep#192 - Jonny Two Bags - Jonny Two Bags plays tracks from Salvation Town and talks about his early days in the Los Angeles punk scene and the skateboard as metaphor. Also on this episode, country rock from Charlie Greene, pub rock from the Hard Pans, country from Joseph Huber, newgrass from the Howlin’ Brothers, soul from Candi Staton, a love song from Ernest Troost, folk from Jonathan Byrd, and tin pan alley jazz from The Bumper Jacksons.

Ep192 Jonny Two Bags - Salvation Town

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Ep#191 - Candi Staton - Candi Staton tells the story about her early days in music, how she met Rick Hall of FAME studios and plays tracks from Life Happens. Also on this episode, blues rock from Tommy Malone, country from Moot Davis, alt-folk from The Secret Sisters, soulful blues from Brigitte DeMeyer, honky tonk from John Howie Jr. and the Rosewood Bluff and retro soul from St. Paul & The Broken Bones.

Episode 191: Candi Staton - Americana Music Show Podcast

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Ep#190 - John Howie Jr. - John Howie Jr plays three tracks from Everything Except Goodbye, tells the story behind the new band name and why Earnest Tubb deserves a tribute show. Also on this episode, southern rock from Jimbo Mathus, west coast indie rock from Chuck Ragan, trance blues from Turchi, new soul music from Candi Staton, roots rock from Bill Kirchen, folk rock from Twin Forks, country from Rodney Crowell, and retro-soul from St. Paul & The Broken Bones.

Ep#189 - Edward David Anderson - Edward David Anderson plays three tracks from Lies & Wishes and talks about his more direct acoustic-driven sound and the Gulf Coast music scene. Also on this episode, honkytonk from John Howie Jr., roadhouse blues from Rodney Crowell, southern rock from Jimbo Mathus, soul music from Candi Staton, retro-soul from St. Paul & The Broken Bones, indie rock from Chuck Ragan, country rock from Moot Davis, and traditional blues from Bobby Smith.

Ep#188 - Jimbo Mathus - Jimbo Mathus plays tracks from Dark Night Of The Soul, talks about going from “sepia tones to ultrachrome” and the “crazy Mississippi white boy chain.” Also on this episode, indie rock from Bobby Bare Jr., heartland rock from Jonny Two Bags, country rock from Rodney Crowell, road trip music from Chuck Ragan, soul from St. Paul & The Broken Bones, country rock from John Howie Jr., folk rock from Twin Forks, and honky tonk from Moot Davis.

Ep#187 - Reagan Boggs - Reagan Boggs plays 3 tracks from Quicksand and talks about writing songs about tough ladies and the value of simple songs. Also on this episode, heartland rock & roll from Chuck Ragan, indie rock from Jonny Two Bags, southern rock from Jimbo Mathus, honky tonk from John Howie Jr., kudzu boogie from Turchi, newly released rockabilly from Johnny Cash, beautiful stringband music from The Henry Girls, and brand new soul music from St. Paul & The Broken Bones.

Episode 187: Reagan Boggs - Americana Music Show Podcast

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Ep#186 - The Dirty Guv'nahs - James Trimble plays 3 tracks from The Dirty Guv’nahs’ Hearts On Fire and talks about the band’s backstory and singing from the top of the mountain. Also on this episode, New Orleans blues from Bobby Rush with Blinddog Smokin’ and help from Dr. John, southern rock from Jimbo Mathus, retro soul from St. Paul & The Broken Bones, country rock from Moot Davis, classic alt-country from Uncle Tupelo, classic country from Johnny Cash, and americana from The Henry Girls.