This week I’ll be playing new music from The Wilders and some old favorites from Heavy Trash, Flat Duo Jets, Wood Brothers, Bettye LaVette, Pieta Brown, and Tom Petty.
Rick will be hosting the one and only John Howie Jr. with Billie Feathers who will be performing cuts from an upcoming CD. I can’t wait to hear what they are up to these days!
As always locals can tune in to WCOM 103.5 FM and everyone else can tune into the webcast. So tune in from 9-11pm Eastern time Monday night!
Taproot Radio – Calvin, 9-10pm
I Can Get Off On You / Willie Nelson / Willie & Family Live / 2:09
Lover Street / Heavy Trash / Heavy Trash / 2:55
I’ve Been Loving You Too Long / Flat Duo Jets / Introducing The Flat Duo Jets / 2:39
Stay With Me / The Wilders / The Wilders / 3:38
Medicine Man / Band Of Heathens / Top Hat Crown & The Clapmaster’s Son / 4:15
A Breath Away / Daryl Hance / Hallowed Ground / 5:11
Liza Jane / Wood Brothers / Up Above My Head / 3:35
Dimples / Chicago Blues Band W/ John Lee Hooker / Blues Guitar Heaven / 2:22
What Happens Next / Tim Lee 3 / Raucous Americanus / 3:41
On the Surface / Bettye LaVette / I’ve Got My Own Hell to Raise / 3:27
Sheetrock Hanger / Rod Picott / Welding Burns / 4:16
Not Scared / Pieta Brown / Remember The Sun / 2:29
Consider McCone / John Reischman & The Jaybirds / Vintage Unique / 2:34
Lover Of The Bayou / Mudcrutch / Mudcrutch / 4:33
On Time / The Gourds / Blood Of The Ram / 2:59
Dirty Laundry – Rick, 10-11pm
Amber Jean / Neil Young International Harvesters / A Treasure
Wide River to Cross / Levin Helm (w/ Sam Bush and Buddy Miller) / Ramble at the Ryman
Notes: Two new live releases, although the Neil Young recording is from 1985
***John Howie Jr. and Billie Feather in the studio. We’ll be playing three or four cuts from the new John Howie Jr. and the Rosewood Bluff record Leavin’ Yesterday, and John and Billie are going to play some songs live in the studio***
And if there’s time, we’ll hear from any or all of the following: The Darnell Woodies (another of Billie’s bands), Tara Nevins, P.J. O’Connell, and John Paul Keith.