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The Colorado Sound S9|EP16 APRIL 20 2015

Goat_Logo_color_on_whiteI spent Sunday afternoon with Mollie O’Brien and Rich Moore.  That conversation will be featured as our Offstage …Beyond the Music segment in May while Mollie and Rich are on tour in Scotland, before returning for shows in Arkansas and Oklahoma.  Don’t forget to check out this week’s segment with Hazel Miller.  Rich and Mollie’s fist segment goes “live” on May 4.

Have you been listening to the show?  No?  Hmmm.  Have you been keeping up with the In Colorado Music History segments?  Here are the two latest.    

How bout The Colorado Sound Live365?  When was the last time you checked that out?  Seems we’ve lost a lot of you the past few months.  Hmmmmmm….. if you haven’t tuned in lately there’s a lot of new music being played, and a special dinner time jazz show from 6-8 every Mon-Fri.  You can also download the Live365 app and take the show with you.  It streams easily.

Please share with your friends in SW Colorado — COMING Thursday MAY 7 10PM to Durango, Pagosa, Farmington, and other SW locations on Four Corners Public Radio, KSUT

VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK

PLAYLIST S9|EP16

HOUR1

Philip Bailey “I Know” from Continuation (1983)
The Apples in Stereo “Ruby” from Her Wallpaper Reverie (1999)
(N) Esme Patterson “Oh Let’s Dance” from What Do You Call A Woman (2015)
Taarka “River’s Eddy Blues” from Making Tracks Home (2015)
Mohammed Alidu and the Bizung Family “Land of Fire” from Land of Fire (2010)
(D) Ivory Circle “Faces and Colors” from Isoceles (2015) Fierce Bad Rabbit “Wildflowers” from Maestro & the Elephant (2013)
(N) Wendy Woo Band “On With the Show” from Tipping Point (2015)
Safe Boating is No Accident “Bonus Features” from Bonus Features (2014)
Gregory Alan Isakov “Big Black Car” from This Empty Northern Hemisphere (2009)
(N) Trout Steak Revival “Ours for the Taking” from Brighter Every Day (2015)
Matt Skellenger “The Curve” from New Radio (2014)

HOUR2

Cracker “Euro-trash Girl” from Get On With It: The Best Of (2006)
Zephyr “Mad Dog” from Heartbeat (1982)
Richard Dean “Radium Dial” from Accidental Human (2015)
Paul Kimbiris “Dark Side of Pearl” from Dark Side of Pearl (2014)
Jeff Austin “15 Steps” from The Simple Truth (2015)
Selina Albright “Didn’t Cha Know” from Brighter (2013)
Hazel Miller Band “Moon Was Right” from Coming To You Live…From KUVO (2011)
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “I Get Smooth” from Black Beehive (2014)
Richie Furay “Hand In Hand” from Hand In Hand (2015)
Ben Markley “5-20” from Second Introduction (2009)

JOIN ME THIS SUMMER AT:

Locals x Locals at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre on June 6.  A festival to celebrate and honor local musicians, featuring Cracker, Post Paradise, and more.  I’ll be doing Offstage interviews and a special one hour top 12 mix of some of the hottest new music of the year.

The Greeley Blues Jam in Greeley on June 13, with Austin Young- featuring Michaela Rae and friends + Maynard Mills Blues Band + George Whitesell and His All Stars featuring Jill Watkins + The Frails- all female review featuring Erica Brown, MJ, G’Jai, Michaela Rae, Miss Audrey, Susan Phelan & national headliners Delbert McClinton, Elvin Bishop and more.

Carbon Valley Music & Spirits Festival in Dacono on Saturday Aug 1.  I’ll announce the acts in about a month.

The Colorado Sound Presents Hazel Miller, Chris Daniels & the Kings, Goatz!, and William’s Reserve on Aug 9 at the Mishawaka

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The Colorado Sound S9 | EP15 April 2015

I love Monday mornings.  That is all.  Here’s what was played this week on the show.  There was more new music this weekend than I’ve seen in several weeks at least – the early spring blitz of new releases as bands and artists get ready for the outdoor concert season that gets under way at the end of April.

FOCOMX is the official unofficial start of the festival season, and if you’ve never been now is a good time to start. It’s pretty magnificent in scope and scale, this year hosting 300 acts from around the region over two nights and a full day.

Dearling’s rendition of the Fleetwood Mac classic “Landslide” was a refreshing reminder that there’s still plenty of room in the songs of others for local artists to explore and redefine in their own voices.  In the meantime, their last single, “Do You Love Me,” is my video pick of the week offering.

Fox St continues to lend credence to their ever growing popularity as a classic sounding band in the tradition of those from the early 70s that could have been or were comprised of the likes of Leon Russell, Eric Clapton, Bobby Whitlock and perhaps Joe Cocker or Delaney Bramlett – needless to say they’ve been among my favorites for a few years now.

Instant Empire can lay legitimate claim to being at the top of the list of contemporary indie/alternative (new alternative) bands in the region replacing the likes of Photo Atlas or Hot I.Q.s with their new single “Dead Air.” Their new album due out this June.

And I’m not really sure what I can say about John Common that I haven’t written about in years past – he is simply one of the region’s most deeply intellectual lyrical craftsmen.   The new single is paired with a spoken word piece from John that I think is his first, and is marvelously produced by Immersive Studios in Boulder.

Truthfully, it was a hell of a week for new music, leading me to the new single from Natalie Walker, who the last I heard from was more ingrained into the CCM (contemporary Christian music) market segment than the secular world the new record reaches out to.  Natalie has had a brilliant career to this point with songs embedded in numerous high profile television shows.  The move from Denver to Crested Butte seems to maybe being a catalyst of change in her view of the mysteries of life for her.  I look forward to exploring the rest of the new album with you.

Don’t forget – COMING MAY 7 to KSUT (Ignacio/Durango) 10PM-12AM.

VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK

OFFSTAGE BEYOND THE MUSIC

Coming in May – Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore.  In the meantime we still have two more weeks with the incomparable Hazel Miller.

S9 EP15 PLAYLIST

(D) = debut: first time an LP, EP, or single has been aired on show
(N) = new cut from previously debuted LP or EP

HOUR 1

Firefall “Cinderella” from Firefall (1976)
Acoustic Junction “Where Is She Now” from Surrounded by Change (1995)
(D) Dearling “Landslide” [single] (2015)
(D) Fox St. “Ain’t Easy” [single] (2015) String Cheese Incident “Tinder Box” from Untying the Not (2003)
(D) Instant Empire “Dead Air” from Lamplight Lost (2015)
Big Gigantic “The Night Is Young” from The Night Is Young (2014)
(D) Ragged Union “Worry My Life Away” from Hard Row to Hoe (2015)
(D) Michael Kirkpatrick “I’m Your Man” from Honey Rider (2015) Jeff Brinkman “Ordinary Day” from Strange (2012)
Snake Rattle Rattle Snake “Evil Eye” from Totem (2015)
Devotchka “100 Other Lovers” from 100 Lovers (2011)
Andrew Vogt “On The Run” from Cats Afoot (2010)

HOUR 2

Tim Goodman “New Romeo” from New Romeo (1981)
Dan Fogelberg “Part of the Plan” from Souvenirs (1974)
(D) The Railsplitters “Met That Day” from The Faster It Goes (2015)
Pandas & People “Out to Sea” from SpokesBUZZ Vol V: Band Together (2015)
(D) Natalie Walker “Trust” from Strange Bird (2015)

Chris Daniels & the Kings “Stealin’ Candy” from Live Wired! (1995)
Hazel Miller & the Caucasians “Home of the Blues” from Live at the Fox (1995)
(D) John Common “The River Is Moving” [single] (2015)
(D) Esme Patterson “What Do You Call A Woman” [single] (2015)
GogoLab “Tumbleweeds” from Border Patrol (2013)

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JOIN ME THIS SUMMER AT:

Locals x Locals at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre on June 6 featuring Cracker, Post Paradise, and more.

The Greeley Blues Jam in Greeley on June 13.

The Colorado Sound Presents Hazel Miller, Chris Daniels & the Kings, Goatz!, and William’s Reserve on Aug 9 at the Mishawaka

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The Colorado Sound S9|EP14 April 2015

Goat_Logo_color_on_whiteThis weekend I ran this real impromptu non-scientific poll asking about buying habits – and no surprise it was sparsely answered, mostly by musicians or those involved in local music.  I will be developing a new poll soon that is more properly formatted, that a better suited analyst than I can manage.

Local music requires our support.  The Colorado Sound is about telling the big picture – from the superstar to the newly born. It’s about sharing the stories of my friends like Chris Daniels, John Macy, Wendy Woo, Hazel Miller and local legends known and unknown – David Glasser, Eddie Turner, Reed Foehl, Rock and Roll  Hall of Fame member Richie Furay and Colorado Music Hall of Fame Executive Director G. Brown.    You can hear their stories in Offstage Beyond the Music.  This week I’m extremely proud to present an intimate conversation with Hazel Miller.

I’d like to thank the Greeley Blues Jam for supporting the Colorado Sound.  It’s an incredible honor to have their support.  Thank you to the Greeley Chamber of Commerce and Al Bricker.  The Greeley Blues Jam features some of the best loved local blues, blues-rock, and R&B acts with headliners Delbert McClinton, Elvin Bishop and more … I hope you’ll join me on June 12 & 13.

Also coming up .. June 6 at the Mishawaka Amphitheatre – Locals x Locals a festival supporting local musicians.  This is why I do what I do – that we can celebrate and honor local musicians. The goal of Locals x Locals is to create a space for our musical community to thrive. If you are a local musician, we would like to offer you free admission and a beer. If you’re a fan, please be honest and support your local music scene with your ticket purchase.Treat this as an opportunity to meet new musicans and catch up with old friends.

And finally — AUG 9 at The Mishawaka Amphitheatre – The Colorado Sound Presents Hazel Miller | Chris Daniels and the Kings .. with special guest opening bands Goatz! (my band) and Williams Reserve (my son’s band).  Can you see my grin??  :)

Thanks for supporting :)

PLAYLIST S9|EP14

HOUR 1

Red Rock Roosters “Charleston” from Altitude is Everything (1998)
Old Soul “Oldest Religion” from Old Soul (1996)
(D) Racing On the Sun “Self Destruct” [single] (2015) Xiren “Grace” from Trip-R (2008)
Strange Americans “The Scene” from That Kind of Luster (2014)
Todd Adelman “Right Before You Said Hello” from Highways & Lowways (2015)
Railsplitters “Jackson Town” from The Railsplitters (2013)
Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore “Train Home” from Love Runner (2014)
Musketeer Gripweed “End of the Day” from Floods and Fires (2014)
Selasee and the Fafa Family “Time for Peace” from Time for Peace (2015)
You Me and Apollo “Don’t Sleep for Free” from Sweet Honey (2014)
Analog Son “Not A Care In the World” from Analog Son (2014)

HOUR 2

The Moonrakers “Love Train” from Anthology (2007)
Beast (Colorado) “I Am” from “Beast” (1969)
(D) Wendy Woo Band “In The Middle” from Tipping Point (2015)
Kyle Hollingsworth “Beautiful People” from Speed of Life (2014)
(D) Plum “Behind Your Man” [single] (2015) Big Head Todd & The Monsters “It’s Alright” from E-Town Live (1996)
Hazel Miller Band “Spider Web” from Coming To You Live…From KUVO (2011)
(D) Medic “If I Could Stay” [single] (2015)
(D) Motion Trap “Less Is More” from Palebluedot (2015)
Aakash Mittal Quartet “JeeJu’s JeeJu” from Ocean (featuring Ron Miles) (2013)

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The Colorado Sound S9|EP13 March/April 2015

Watch this.

REALLY???  Hazel Miller, who is celebrating her 30th year of music in Colorado has NEVER played the Historic Mishawaka Amphitheatre??.  And SHE isn’t the only one.  Turns out my pals in Chris Daniels & the Kings have never played there either.  How the hell is that even possible???

No sooner had Hazel spoken those words than I knew we had to correct this historical mistake, so I called up another great friend and Colorado music lover, Mish owner Dani Grant and explained it to her … after all – 30 years .. wow … and she felt the same – like HOW is that even possible? RIGHT?! No hesitation – VERY PROUD to announce

THE COLORADO SOUND
&
THE MISHAWAKA AMPHITHEATRE
PRESENT

THE HAZEL MILLER BAND | CHRIS DANIELS & THE KINGS
featuring Freddi “Love” Gowdy (Freddi/Henchi Band)
and special guests Goatz! aka Chris K and Friends and Family

SUNDAY AUG 9
$18 advance tickets on sale Wednesday April 1
www.themishawaka.com 

The last full band show my wife and I did was Oct 25, 2009 – our wedding – at Oskar Blues in Lyons.  A few weeks ago our drummer, Carlos Newman (Angie Stevens & the Beautiful Wreck), FB’d a msg saying “it’s the year of the Goat – it’s time to play again.”  Can’t argue with that.  Absolutely looking forward to joining my friends Hazel and Chris for this historic performance on a beautiful summer afternoon and evening up the Poudre Canyon.

and that’s not all we’re up to this summer.  SATURDAY JUNE 6 THE MISHAWAKA AMPHITHEATRE & THE COLORADO SOUND PRESENT LOCALS X LOCALS More info on these and other great events this summer at www.themishawaka.com … I don’t want to spoil “the ending” LOL ;)

OFFSTAGE …BEYOND THE MUSIC

So that video segment with Hazel … normally I only leave the audio field recorder on when I’m sitting and chatting with my friends for episodes of Offstage…Beyond the Music, our monthly podcast series featuring Colorado musicians and music industry personalities.  I turned the audio and video on for this one.  We spent well over 2 hours chatting it up … here’s a tease.

VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK

I went looking for something from Hazel and Chris and found this one shot at Denver’s Gothic Theater in 2006.  Looking fwd to seeing something come out of the Mish show in Aug … I think we might need someone to chronicle the night.

PLAYLIST S9|EP13 2015

HOUR1

Chuck Pyle “Jacked Up” from A Few Miles Back (2001)
Harry Tuft & Friends “James Alley Blues” from Treasures Untold (2011)
(N) Taarka “Heart and Song” from Making Tracks Home (2015)Rose Quartz “Medicine” from Axis of Love (2015)
Mosey West “Old Stone” from Bermuda (2014)
Instant Empire “Without Wires” from Instant Empire (2011)
Eldren “We Just Want The World” from SpokesBUZZ Vol. V (2015)
Big Head Todd & The Monsters “Resignation Superman” from Beautiful World (1997)
Andy Rok & the Real Deal “Second Class Citizen” from Second Class Citizen (2014)
Something Underground “She’s On Fire” from She’s On Fire (2011)
(D) Trout Steak Revival “Get A Fire Going” from Brighter Every Day (2015)
Ark Life “Rock & Roll (Take It Easy)” from The Dream of You and Me (2014)
Gerald Albright “Slam Dunk” from Slam Dunk (2014)

HOUR2

Lannie Garrett “Pickin’ Up After You” from Comes Love (1995)
Mollie O’Brien “Sign Your Name” from Tell It True (1996)
(N) Brothers Keeper “Cold Rain” from Todd Meadows (2014)(N) Chris Daniels & the Kings “Something You Got” from Funky To the Bone (2015)
Richie Furay “Real Love” from Heartbeat of Love (2006)
Casey James Prestwood & the Burning Angels “Out of Beer” from Honky Tonk Bastard World (2013)
The Patti Fiasco “Oil” from Small Town Lights (2013)
You Me and Apollo “Oh My Molly” from You Me and Apollo (2012)
(D) Dana Landry Quartet “Puttin’ On the Ritz” from Standard Elevation (2015)

 

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The Colorado Sound S9|EP12 MARCH 2015

There are days when all you can do is laugh to keep from crying.  Right?  LOL.  Last Sunday it was an ER trip due to a “fainting” spell.  Last Monday it was an ER trip due to me taking a header off my bicycle.  The bike and I are on a bit of a respite until my physical therapist clears me to ride again.

What saved the week, and took my mind off my sorely sprained rib muscles was the 5 hours I spent with my friend Hazel Miller, who will be April’s featured guest on Offstage …Beyond the Music – and then dinner and some honky tonk with Casey Prestwood & the Burning Angels at the Park House in Denver – John Macy, this month’s OSBTM guest on pedal steel of course.

Hazel is a vibrant, funny, passionate, and compassionate soul with a heart big enough to cover all of us in her love.  2015 marks Hazel’s 30th year of making music in Colorado and over 20 years as a de facto member of Big Head Todd and the Monsters.  That’s one hell of a legacy … and with a new album on the way before year’s end and a lot of shows it’s going to be a great year for one of our most beloved entertainers (and friends). Editing down that 5 hours is going to be a chore, I swear.

VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK
SHEL – PLEASE COME HOME

For all the talk around the scene that the sisters have plugged in and added some “snap crackle and pop” to their sound, they give us one of the finest acoustic cuts of their career.

PLAYLIST S9|EP12

The Czars “Paint the Moon” from Goodbye (2004)
Reed Foehl “When It Comes Around” from Spark (2004)
Cary Morin “Tiny Town” from Tiny Town (2015)
Todd Adelman “Long Arm of the Law” from Highways & Lowways (2015)
OneRepublic “Something I Need” from Native (2013)
Megan Burtt “Better (w/the Epilogues)” from In Good Company (2013)
Mercury Project “On to You” from on to you (2007)
Esme Patterson “Tumbleweed” from Woman To Woman (2014)
Petals of Spain “I Gotta Know” from Soul Canon (2013)
The Apples in Stereo “Stephen Stephen” from Electronic Projects for Musicians (2008)
The River Arkansas “A Place to Rest” from Golden Light (2015)The Mitguards “Lookin’ for Something True” from Something True (2009)
Haunted Windchimes “Wanderin’ Heart” from Out With The Crow (2012)
Bill Frisell “Telstar” from Guitar In the Space Age (2014)

HOUR 2

Rare Silk “Up From the Skies” from American Eyes (1985)
The Samples “My Town” from Samples (1990)
(D) Fox St. “Something About You” [single] (2015)Leftover Salmon “Bluegrass Pines” from High Country (2015)
Michael Martin Murphey “Wildfire” from Blue Sky Night Thunder (1975)
Jon Chandler “I’m Going Home” from Sepia Soul (2002)
(D) SHEL “Please Come Home” from The Lab Sessions (2015)
(D) Toad In the Hole “Drifting” from Wallflower (2015)Peter Sommer “The Fruit” from Crossroads (2008)

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The Colorado Sound S9|EP11

7PM Sunday night.  Just got home from the ER at Longmont United Hospital.  Went for a bike ride at noon.  I wound up being taken by ambulance to the ER after passing out at a local Dairy Queen, where I stopped for a minute to go to the men’s room.  Fortunately it was something the dr called vaso vasil (?) .. not a cardiac problem (apparently the symptoms are the same?) as was told to me in the ambulance – basically it was a fainting spell.  A few hours in the ER … a nice nap .. some IV fluids and I’m back to being goat.  I’ll be trying this ride again on Monday.

Sometimes it takes awhile for a hit to emerge.  In classic rock history it was “Dream On” from Aerosmith’s first album (my favorite non-Colorado American rock and roll band from my youth). The album came out in 73.  The hit emerged in 76.

This week I debuted “Evil Eye” from Snake Rattle Rattle Snake.  Their latest album, “Totem,” came out in November.  Open Air has championed it since it was released.  It took a while for me to get it.   “Evil Eye” is one of this week’s new music shares along with Kramies’ “The Fate That Never Favored Us” produced by Jason Lytle (Grandaddy) and trending “hit” single “Now Leaving” from Rose Quartz.  Check em out below.

Andy Schneidkraut and I moved to Colorado at the same time – 1976. (I was stationed at Lowry AFB in Denver from SPT to DEC 1973).  In 1987, when he opened Albums on the Hill in Boulder, I was in between 99.1FM KUAD and 96.1FM KSQI in Greeley/Fort Collins.

Boulder always seemed like a different country to me.  There was never much of a reason for me to travel there from up north. The Finest Record Store in Greeley (and Fort Collins) ran a course from 1972-2008 and provided our record store fix. And we had stations like KTCL, KCSU, KYOU, and KSQI (K-Sky) when Boulder had KBCO and KGNU.  As a result, Andy and I have met only a few times in our lifetimes traveling parallel paths in our different worlds.  I admired it all from a distance.

The only thing Boulder really ever had over us was a vibrant local music scene that included many nationally famous musicians.  Tulagi and the Fox outlived venues like Sam’s Old Town Ballroom and Panama Red’s in Fort Collins, and the Library in Greeley.  .. and oh yeah, it had Caribou Ranch.  Albums On the Hill outlived the Finest … may it outlive us all.

VIDEO PICK OF THE WEEK

This week’s pick is the first time for a weekly co-bill:  Andy Schneidkraut & the Richie Furay Band.

“twice an orphan” by Andy Schneidkraut from the documentary about his life, “Old Man,” by his son Dan Schneidkraut.  The film premiered in Boulder at the Dairy Center’s Boedecker Theater.  Read the whole story in Westword by Adam Perry.  I look forward to seeing it.

Richie Furay’s “Hand In Hand,” hits the streets March 31.  The first official single, “We Were the Dreamers,” is the story of his life in music.  It is also the story of our lives with him.  “Hand in Hand” has to be in the discussion that it may be the most significant and important record of Richie’s solo career. Where hits like “Kind Woman,” defined his legacy with Poco and Buffalo Springfield, “We Were the Dreamers” defines the entirety of his career, as much a love song to the friends of his youth as “Kind Woman” is to his wife of over 40 years.  Congratulations Richie, you’ve brought us another tear-jerker.  Thanks brother ;)

PLAYLIST S9 EP11 

HOUR 1

Sweet Water Well “Zoeology” from Watermelon (1996)
Electric Swingset “Inebriated Witchdoctor” from Inebriated Witchdoctor (1996)
(D) Sean Curtis Band “Nowhere Road” from Kind of Like Wyoming (2015)
Stephanie Pauline and Joe Uvegas “I Don’t Dance” from When the Smoke Clears (2011)
Lionel Young Band “I Feel So Good” from On Our Way to Memphis (2011)
My Body Sings Electric “New Friends” from Part 1: the Night Ends (2014)
Safe Boating is No Accident “Lover/Undercover” from Bonus Features (2014)
Chemistry Club “Miranda” from Miranda (2014)
Jeff Austin “What the Night Brings” from The Simple Truth (2015)
Big Gigantic “The Night Is Young” from The Night Is Young (2014)
Beats Noir! “Hypnotic” from 13 Tracks From the Dark Side of The Beat (2011)
(D) H2 Big Band “Lynda B” from It Could Happen (2015)

HOUR2

Leftover Salmon “Baby Hold On” from Euphoria (1997)
Subdudes “Papa Dukie & the Mud People” from Behind the Levee (2006)
(D) Kramies “The Fate That Never Favored Us” from The Fate That Never Favored Us (2015)
(D) Snake Rattle Rattle Snake “Evil Eye” from Totem (2014)
The Congress “Minutes” from The Congress (2010)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band “Make A Little Magic” from Certified Hits (2001)
Richard Dean “Blue Coal Miner” from Accidental Human (2015)
(N) Rose Quartz “Leaving Now” from Axis of Love (2015)

Xiren “Ship of Fools” from Trip-R (2008)
Brad Goode “All Fall Down” from Chicago Red (2013)

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The Colorado Sound S9|EP10 March 2015

broken-computer-hiIt’s that season when flu and colds hit out of the blue .. kinda like operating system failures that cannot be restored.  My main pc went down last week this time, and my laptop appeared to on Sunday when Jesse Elliott (Ark Life) and Bryce Merrill were sitting with me in my dining room discussing the music scene here regionally.  Fortunately, that blip was just that – just a minor heart attack; my pc, not so much.

Ok, so I did save 99% of my music collection on an external hard drive, and two of my 1TB cloud accounts .. but noooooo .. not a lick of five years of business files.  Live and learn, at least the music is safe.

I live to discover new music, new songs, new voices – it’s the voices I crave, the unique, the inviting, the telling … live or recorded.  I crave new musical experiences. So when the sickening feeling hit me as Windows crashed in front of me, I momentarily felt like my life was swirling along with the rest of my files – far too much music to have to think about trying to put back together. I’m happy I didn’t lose my music collection.  I really do enjoy sharing it with you on the radio here in Colorado.

New Offstage …Beyond the Music this week with award winning producer/engineer/pedal steel player John Macy.

PLAYLIST S9 EP10

HOUR 1

Gary Stites “Hey, Hey” from Lonely for You (1960)
Soul Survivors (Denver) “Have It All Your Way” from Have It All Your Way (1969)
(N) Todd Adelman “Ghost Train” from Highways & Lowways (2015)
Strange Americans “Engine” from A Royal Battle (2012)
Papa Juke “When Flood Waters Came” from When Flood Waters Came (2013)
AdrienneO “Take It In” from Lines EP (2014)
Foxfield Four “Weatherman” from Weatherman EP (2013)
Pandas & People “Out to Sea” from SpokesBUZZ Vol V: Band Together (2015)
(D) Juno What?! “Stranger” from Stranger (2015)(D) Modern Suspects “Told You So” from Modern Suspects (2015)
You Me and Apollo “Ghosts” from Sweet Honey (2014)
John Oates “Stone Cold Love” from Good Road to Follow (2014)
John Gunther’s Safari Trio “Sisters” from Surrender (2013)

HOUR 2

The Samples “Heaven” from Rehearsing for Life (2005)
Acoustic Junction “Think About It” from Acoustic Junction (1995)
(D) John Statz “Any Town Will Do” from Tulsa (2015)
Leftover Salmon “Walkin’ Shoes” from Aquatic Hitchhiker (2012)
Houses “Me & Mr Kelly” from Summer (2009)
Danielle Ate the Sandwich “Faith In a Man” from Like A King (2012)
Richie Furay “We Were the Dreamers” from Hand In Hand (2015)
(D) Analog Son “What It Is?!” from Stomp and Shout (2015) Rob Roper “Me” from Misfit (2011)
Josh Quinlan Quintet “Left Then Right” from Mountain Time Standards (2011)

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