Possum Jenkins Band performs “Steel Heart” from their CD, Carolinacana, at The Garage in Winston-Salem, NC. 4-14-11. Hear Dave Willis from Possum Jenkins Band talk about Carolinacana and play three tracks from the CD on episode 85 of the Taproot Music Show.
Accordion driven roots/pop/stomp from Milagro Saints’ new album, Chance & Circumstance. Hear Milagro Saints perform songs from Chance & Circumstance live on episode 86 of the Taproot Music Show.
Mellow acoustic guitar duet, featuring Joyce Bowden on vocals, from Milagro Saints’ new album “Chance and Circumstance.” Hear the Milagro Saints perform songs from Chance & Circumstance on episode 86 of the Taproot Music Show.
Possum Jenkins dropping “Mile Past Broke” from their CD Carolinacana at The Green Burro in downtown Greensboro, NC for the dotmatrix project. Hear Dave Willis from Possum Jenkins talk about Carolinacana and listen to other tracks from the CD on episode 85 of the Taproot Music Show.
Monday, Feb. 13, 2012. Zoo Bar Recording. BPO. Hear an interview with Mike June about his new band, the Wilson Street Refugees on episode 84 of the Taproot Music Show.
The story of the Making of Exile On Wilson Street. Hear Mike June talk about Exile On Wilson street and hear three tracks from the CD on episode 84 of the Taproot Music Show.
Chris Castle and his band perform the track “Dirty Water” from the CD, Last Bird Home. Recorded at Levon Helm Studios in NY. Hear Chris Castle talk about this song and other tracks from Last Bird Home on episode 83 of the Taproot Music Show.
“Voodoo Cadillac’s” car metaphor is about as subtle as Mary Huff’s hair and why the hell not. This is from their Dirt Track Date album which came out in the early 2000’s as I recall. The video was shot live here in Chapel Hill at the Local 506.
Beth McKee performing New Orleans to Jackson, a new song about taking the train home after a long party weekend in the Crescent City. (It’s so new, she has a crib sheet) Charlie Dechant of Hall & Oates Band fame wails on sax. Hear Beth talk about this song and the music from Next To Nowhere on episode 82 of the Taproot Music Show.
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears have proven beyond booty-shakin’ doubt that soul music has a place in the21st century. “Booty City” is probably the hardest hitting cut from their Scandalous CD and you can’t help but want to shout along with the chorus.