The Young Women Of Potty Mouth Speak Softly And Play Loud!
January 29, 2014 - Our guests today, the all female band Potty Mouth, formed in Northhampton, Massachusetts in 2011.
January 24, 2014 - Today it's the first Cafe appearance of Unknown Mortal Orchestra, the work of Ruban Nielson. Ruban is originally from New Zealand but moved to Portland, Oregon six years ago. That is where he started working with samples in his bedroom and that led to the first Unknown Mortal Orchestra album in 2011.
January 10, 2014 - Two things have come together for Rosanne Cash: Her deepening understanding of her place in embracing her father Johnny Cash’s legacy and her desire to only make albums that expand on a theme.
Nashville’s Wild Feathers Don’t Play Americana, They Play American Music.
January 8, 2014 - Our guests today the Nashville based band Wild Feathers play what they call American music. They call it that to distinguish it from Americana music
December 13, 2013 - If you are a fan of the Texas-based band Midlake then you have gotten used to the changes in the group’s sound from album to album. Their classic disc The Trial Of Van Occupanther
The Civil Wars burst onto the music scene just a few years ago with the release of their debut album Barton Hollow. And while the songs and music were endearing, the most attractive quality of all was the one-of-a-kind chemistry between singers Joy Williams and John Paul White. The two singers, who met at a songwriting seminar of all places, wasted no time stunning audiences with charismatic live performances and rode that wave of engagement to the Grammy awards where they took home multiple awards. That fairytale story fizzled as the duo decided to take an extended break with no current plans of taking the stage together again. Yet, with that said, the duo did finish their next recording. It's a reflective, self-titled album that may or may not tell the story of 'what happened' but regardless will satisfy the musical void that has been created.